A WOMAN working at Hula has spoken of her joy after she helped to re-home an unwanted dog.
Karina Collins spent the best part of four years helping to train Kaiser at the Hula Animal Rescue despite him having a fear of people and sensitivity around other dogs.
Karina said: “It was incredibly difficult but I took him to training school after agreeing it with Hula and he came on leaps and bounds.
During his training Kaiser earned a Kennel Club Silver Good Citizen award for his behaviour.
Karina added: “Winning the award then seeing him leave was one of my proudest moments, but was sad at the same time. I am very lucky as I still get to see him quite a lot.”
Hula was heavily supported by the Pedigree Adoption Drive which donated £5,000 to the charity.
Now Karina is urging people to support the drive by visiting www.pedigreeadoptiondrive.com where people can learn about how they can help abandoned dogs across the country and the rescue homes that provide for them.