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Category: Dog Trainers Los Angeles | Author: admin 11.08.2014
The new ITV show Give a Pet a Home has recruited celebrity animal lovers to help re-home pets in Birmingham Led by Amanda Holden Julian Clary, Peter Andre, Chris Kamara, Coleen Nolan, Kimberly Wyatt and Denise Lewis have joined Amanda on the TV show, which is broadcast from Newbrook Farm Animal Centre in Frankley Green. Amanda Holden hosts new ITV series Give A Pet A Home, which is coming from Newbrook Farm Animal Centre in Birmingham. Old English Bulldog, Zeus, who will star on new ITV series Give a Pet a Home, which is being filmed at RSPCA run Newbrook Farm Animal Centre in Frankley Green. TILLY, the one year old short haired tabby cat, had a difficult start in life but is now making excellent progress and would suit a home with primary school age children. Tilly the tabby cat who will star on new ITV series Give a Pet a Home, which is being filmed at RSPCA run Newbrook Farm Animal Centre in Frankley Green. BILLY the two year old white Terrier Crossbreed is looking for a caring new owner “Billy is a very busy character with lots of energy. White Terrier Crossbreed Billy who will star on new ITV series Give a Pet a Home, which is being filmed at RSPCA run Newbrook Farm Animal Centre in Frankley Green.


CARLO AND MARMALADE are short-haired ginger and white cats, aged three and two, who are a loving couple looking for a new home together.
Ginger and white cats Carlo and Marmalade, who will star on new ITV series Give a Pet a Home, which is being filmed at RSPCA run Newbrook Farm Animal Centre in Frankley Green.
Staffordshire Bull Terrier Smoo who will star on new ITV series Give a Pet a Home, which is being filmed at RSPCA run Newbrook Farm Animal Centre in Frankley Green. Guinea Pigs Bentley and Daimler, who will star on new ITV series Give a Pet a Home, which is being filmed at RSPCA run Newbrook Farm Animal Centre in Frankley Green. Amanda Holden is a self-confessed sap when it comes to our furry friends, so this heartwarming show, which helps to find homes for pets, is right up her street. The celebrity volunteers have been helping the RSPCA staff care for, rescue and rehabilitate the animals. Amanda Holden says: “Hopefully we’ll be able to find some much needed new homes for the pets featured on the show.


Billy would prefer to be the only pet in his new home and would benefit from a stable routine.” He does require further training and encourage so staff at Newbrook believe his new owner should have experience with rescue dogs and will need to be with him for the majority of the day. She enjoys treats and should make positive progress with ongoing training.” Not suitable for a first dog family or for homes with other animals, Smoo will need careful monitoring of her diet to ensure weight gain. Play is still a new idea to Tilly and she’s learning how to have fun.” Tilly would prefer a quiet home where she can settle in and adapt at her own pace but could be rehomed with another calm cat, subject to a successful introduction. The pets looking for forever homes Old English Bulldog ZEUS is two years old and loves to play tug of war – a game he usually wins!



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