Quite a few people forwarded information about “Norman” to Glen Services. He was advertised on the Dogs Trust (Shrewsbury) website as a Glen of Imaal Terrier and, unlike many, his photograph showed that he was. Services have been in touch with the Trust and, “once his issues with other dogs have been sorted”, they have a home for him so help is not needed. Norman came from a dog pound in Ireland and was shipped over here to be found a home and they are so pleased that they now have……once his issues etc.

An offer was made to send a representative with experience in Glens to assess him but the Trust felt there was no need as everything is hopefully sorted. They have said though that they would welcome the Green Book (Introduction to Glen of Imaal Terriers) to pass onto the new owner and the information for Irish Glen Rescue has also been sent to them so the Trust people in Ireland have a contact if any more come in.

6 thoughts on ““Norman”

  1. Well done, have let the british vulnerable breeds group on ye olde facebookthat contacted me about himnow the news.hope he has a great new home

  2. Great news that he has a home and that contact has been established with the dogs Trust. Information also being passed to the new owner so they know were they can turn for advice in the future.
    It was me who emailed and put it on Vulnerable breed group.

  3. Well Done Folks!
    A lovely looking Glen, i’m sure he will be very happy in his new home. Once again Well Done !

  4. I hope after the contacts made with the ops director of the DT giving details of Glen rescues in Eire and the UK dogs it will help foster good communication between the Glen community and the DT.

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