Rescue dogs with bleak future as home faces closure

The rescue organisation 'Beds for Bullies' is trying to find a new home. Credit: ITV News Anglia

Rescue dogs that have been abused or abandoned now face being made homeless.

A woman who dedicated her life to rescuing and re-homing thousands of dogs is appealing for help to be re-homed herself.

Liz Haslam set up 'Beds for Bullies' in Barnham near Thetford where she currently cares for 16 English Bull Terriers.

But after finding out her landlord wants to redevelop the property, Liz is now desperately searching for a new home for herself and the dogs.

'Beds for Bullies' has been running since 2012 finding new homes in this country for hundreds of dogs from here and abroad.

Liz works closely with police forces and animal rescue groups.

New premises need to be in the eastern region, reasonably remote and have land for these purpose built kennels.

'Beds for Bullies' is looking for a new home somewhere in the East of England. Credit: ITV News Anglia