Rescue dogs ready to pose for the camera.
On Saturday from 11am-4pm, the charity's Foxrush Farm sanctuary on Kirkleatham Lane, Redcar, will host an emotional reunion of dogs who found new owners thanks to SA RA's intervention.
The birthday event, marking six years at Foxrush, which will feature stalls, refreshments and games for children and dogs, will also offer the chance to view cats and dogs needing new homes.
A photocall will be held for the dog reunion at noon, followed by a cattery viewing at 12.30pm. Dogs for re-homing may be viewed between 1.30pm-2pm.
Ample parking is also available on the Foxrush field.
Meanwhile, enthusiastic canines are being sought to join Cleveland Police's dog section.
The hounds are being sniffed out to assist in the war against drugs.
The team is looking for Labradors, flat coated Retrievers, Pointers, Springers or Cocker spaniels, and they must be aged over 12 months.
In a course, starting in September they will be trained to trace drugs.
If members of the public think they may have a dog which is suitable, contact Cleveland Police on the 101 number and leave a message for Sergeant Shelli Gordon or Sergeant Al Turley.
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|Publication:||Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)|
|Date:||Jul 31, 2013|
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