Buckley Gallery

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Look at Buckley now!

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Buckley is comforted by Jodie, 16 July 2009

Buckley is comforted by Jodie, 16 July 2009

Not even a year later but Buckley is barely recognisable, may 2010

Not even a year later but Buckley is barely recognisable, may 2010

Buckley pre-plastic surgery on his ears & tail, 17 July 2009

Buckley pre-plastic surgery on his ears & tail, 17 July 2009

Buckley cuts a fine figure as he poses for the camera, may 2010

Buckley cuts a fine figure as he poses for the camera, may 2010

Just a few weeks ago Buckley made a visit to Jodie, his foster carer who took him under her wing for over four months whilst he recovered from his injuries and undertook basic training.

Jodie hadn’t seen him since Christmas. “The change in him is remarkable – I almost didn’t recognise him!” she commented at the time. “He’s still got the gangly legs but he’s filled out and his coat shines with health. Certainly a big change from the pup who came to us in incredible pain and who, understandably, feared people.”

Buckley was happy to pose for photos (a regular event as people recognise him when walking with Madeline) and very kindly shared some of the spotlight with Jodie.

Our Autumn supporter newsletter featured an update from Buckley’s owner Madeline as to his new life.

Watch Buckley on the 7pm Project TV show…

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Check out Buckley’s Christmas message…

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Welcome to the Little Buckley Club

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Buckley the eight-week-old puppy was the victim of a cruel attack. Someone who was very mean to animals cut off his ears and tail with a pair of scissors. Poor Buckley was found alone in a schoolyard in a lot of pain. His ears and tail were bleeding. Luckily, Buckley was rescued by The Lost Dogs’ Home where he was cared for in the Home’s Hospital. He was given treatment to help his pain and lots of love and hugs.

After some weeks, Buckley was strong enough to have an operation to mend his ear and tail wounds. He then went to puppy pre-school to learn how to be a well-mannered dog and even had play dates with other dogs. Buckley was eventually adopted by a loving family where he is living a secure, happy life.

The Lost Dogs’ Home cares for thousands of cruelly treated animals like Buckley every year. His story reminds us of why we must all treat animals with kindness, compassion and respect.