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Divorce the most common reason for surrendering dogs to breed rescues

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A SURVEY of Kennel Club Breed Rescue organisations has suggested that 21,000 dogs are helped by such organisations every year. The survey of 297 breed rescue organisations, which are dedicated to specific breeds of dog, also found that divorce was the most common reason for dogs being surrendered.

According to the Kennel Club, January is the second busiest month for breed rescue organisations, only slightly less busy than December. However, it says, only 1.5 …

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