NEW DOGS TRUST CENTRE to open in Denton

dogs trust visitAndrew Gwynne MP joined local dignitaries and Dogs Trust staff to visit a new Dogs Trust Centre in Denton which will provide rehoming facilities for the whole of Greater Manchester.

The new centre will feature new kennels, including the puppy facilities; exercise areas, which include rooftop facilities for the dogs to play on and explore; a vet suite, and a viewing gallery.

Andrew Gwynne MP said:

“The new Dogs Home facilities in Denton truly have the bow-wow factor. At £7m the centre is incredibly advanced and even has water fountains for the guests to play in.

“It will be opening in October, and will provide a stunning rehoming centre for the whole of Greater Manchester.

“When the Dogs Trust asked me to visit the new centre, I couldn’t say no – the Gwynne household would have been disappointed!”

Dawn Bishop, Dogs Trust Manchester Rehoming Centre Manager, said:

“We were delighted to be able to give Andrew and his wife, Allison, a behind the scenes tour of Dogs Trust Manchester.

“From the state of the art rehoming kennels to rooftop exercise areas Dogs Trust Manchester is shaping up to be an amazing home for homeless hounds whilst they wait to meet their new families.

“There are just two months left until the grand opening on Thursday 23rd October and we can’t wait to show off the rescue dogs of all shapes and sizes that will be in our care.”

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2 thoughts on “NEW DOGS TRUST CENTRE to open in Denton

  1. This is absolutely fabulous news and I can’t wait to go and visit it as I live 5minutes away and I love everything about dogs and would love to get a job there as I am currently unemployed. This news has made my day.

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