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Memorable Dogs

Over the years we have had many dogs that have arrived at JFD in desperate need of our help – far too many to mention on one page. Here we highlight just a handful.

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Old Joe

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Old Joe

Sadly Joe arrived at JFD to late to be helped, a large tumour in his groin had been left for to long. JFD immediately had the tumour removed but tests proved it to be of the ‘very aggressive kind’.

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Nicky

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Nicky

Found at the side of the road outside Bemrose in Derby, the result of a hit and run accident, he arrived at the vets with horrific facial injuries.

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Jess

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Jess

My name is Jess. I was out with my owner, being ‘worked’ one weekend, when I badly injured my back leg.

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Ellie-May

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Ellie-May

As her picture shows, on arrival at the Centre, Ellie-May required extensive medical attention.

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Long John Baldy

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Long John Baldy

This beautiful, gentle but lively dog was found “living rough” in a garage.

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Jazz

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Jazz

This beautiful Lurcher was taken to Scarsdale Veterinary Hospital by the Derby City Dog Warden to be destroyed.

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Arthur

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Arthur

Arthur came to JFD after being discovered in a hedge bottom on a very dark, cold and wet rainy night.

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