A charity determined to create a rehabilitation and adoption center for disabled dogs

In North Wales, a charity tasked with finding new homes for disabled dogs is raising funds to build a rehabilitation and adoption center. An ambitious project that the volunteers hope to achieve for the well-being of our four-legged companions .

Gillian Daghistani , founder of Wolfie’s Legacy in Holywell, is used to saving animals with disabilities. Since starting her association, she has helped over 500 dogs from all over the world find a new home.

© Gillian Daghistani

© Gillian Daghistani

A larger center to treat disabled dogs

Today, Gillian Daghistani is looking to expand its premises. “ We really need our own vet clinic ,” she explained.

© Gillian Daghistani

The latter should include a rehabilitation center with hydrotherapy, a grooming salon and other facilities for the well-being of residents.

© Gillian Daghistani

New life for disabled dogs

When the organization takes in a disabled dog, it provides care and accommodation before offering them for adoption. His goal ? Demonstrating that owning an “imperfect” animal can bring a lot of joy.

© Gillian Daghistani

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Thanks to the devotion of Gillian Daghistani , handicapped dogs generally doomed to euthanasia live happy lives with their new owners. A magnificent chance that she would like to offer to as many people as possible.

© Gillian Daghistani


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