Can you help these six adorable Nidderdale pups find a forever home?

A Nidderdale dog rescue, which has helped find forever homes for almost 1,000 pups since it first opened its doors in 2009, has received secured a grant of £12,000.

Friday, 22nd February 2019, 1:53 pm
Updated Friday, 22nd February 2019, 2:22 pm
Moorview Rescue

Thanks to the exceptional support of Support Adoption for Pets, Moorview Rescue will be able to cover some of their costs, such as vet bills and kennel fees, caring for dogs like Ben and Norma as they attempt to find them a new home.

Two year-old Nya is the latest edition to Moorview, who has found herself at the rescue through no fault of her own. Moorview say she has a wonderful temperament,relaxed and settled from the go.
Snoopy is an 11 month old puppy, whos breed is a bit of a mixture. The rescue say he's energetic, loves to run around, but is a clever pup that learns quickly.

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Princess is 3 years old and arrived at Moorview over two months ago. The rescue said it didn't take long for Princess to come out of her shell and start enjoying life and can barely contain her excitement when she know its time for a walk.
Daisy was rescued as a stray and brought to Moorview, who say she adores people, 'and not a moment goes by where Daisy isnt wagging her tail, or showing you her smiley little face.'
Six year old Norma has recently returned back to the rescue after nearly two years of being in a loving home.
One of the older pups at the rescue, Ben has a very calm nature and will happily walk alongside another dog, as long as they give him space. He would be more suited to a pet free home, and with children over the age of 10. To adopt Ben or any of the other dogs at the rescue visit