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Could you give this loveable dog a home?

Caolan Maguire with Mille

Could you give this loveable dog a home?

The dog, now named Millie, was found last week in the Cavanaleck area of Enniskillen and is now looking to be placed with a loving family. The dog is described as a black terrier and is very friendly, and it is expected that she was previously a much loved family pet.
The original owner of the dog has been found, and Caolan Maguire from Pets Lost and Found Fermanagh has been given ownership of Millie in the hope of finding her a home.
The dog was rehomed over the weekend, but unfortunately she struggled to get along with other dogs at the foster home, and has since been returned to Caolan.
Speaking to the Herald, Caolan said “We do not usually act as a rehoming centre, as we do not have the resources needed for home checks, but she found her way to me personally so I made it my mission to get her somewhere safe to stay. She has now returned to my care seeing as she didn’t get on with another dog in the foster home.”
The search is now on to find a new owner for the very loveable Millie. The Pets Lost and Found Facebook page has been inundated with animals that are lost throughout the county. The page issues appeals to find the owners of the animals, and have reunited many lost pets with their owners.
If you are interested in rehoming Millie, contact Pets Lost and Found Fermanagh.


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