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Mystery Pembrokeshire Bequest Helps Rehome Working Dogs


A BEQUEST by a mysterious benefactor is helping a charity rehome sheepdogs on farms in Pembrokeshire.

Rosemary Vaughan established a border collie rescue service in 1974, matching the dogs with farmers in need of a working dog.

There are currently 40 dogs that need homes but, because it is a voluntary body, it can be a financial challenge to raise public awareness among farmers of what the service can offer them.

That has now changed because the charity has been named in the will of a benefactor who had been living in Pembrokeshire.

A stipulation of the legacy was that the money should be used specifically to pay for adverts in local newspapers to spread the word about the charity’s work.



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