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Scampers leads the way with Canine First Aid training course
Pet industry faces 'brain drain' as talented staff look for higher paid jobs, says recruitment expert
New kennels for Manchester dogs left homeless after fire
National Pet Month (April 1-May 2) is almost here!
British pet buyers urged to visit Global Pet Expo
Italian pet product buyers added to ‘Meet the Buyers’ event
Sneyd’s launches super premium Wonderdog Elite
Keep your cool at the ADAPTIL fun fair stand at Crufts
Pooch & Mutt joins forces with sports event planning firm
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Beaphar UK appoints Marketing Communications Executive
Perth pet shop owners reunited with animals stolen in raid
Benyfit Natural set to expand retail operations
Animal charities warn of potential cat-astrophe
DogBuddy aims to solidify its position as Europe’s best dog sitting service
PDSA issues booster reminder after confirmed case of leptospirosis
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New kennels for Manchester dogs left homeless after fire

Manchester Dogs Home has re-opened more than a year after a big fire destroyed its buildings.

More than 150 dogs had to be rescued in 2014, when an adoption centre was destroyed in a big blaze.

Since then, people have donated more than a million pounds to help the adoption centre rebuild, and it's finally ready to open.

The new centre is better than ever, with glass windows and doors on each kennel, and even underfloor heating!

The dogs seem pretty happy with their new pad.

Watch dog's adorable reaction at becoming first pooch to find new home after rescue centre reopens. Click the image above to watch the video on YouTube.

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