In July 2016 our rescue dog was found abandoned outside the Nowzad charity in Kabul, Afghanistan. They christened him Darakht which means ‘tree’ in Dari.
Brin – a dog from Afghanistan comes home…
Brin came home on March 15th 2011 having spent 6 months in quarantine.
He has settled down well with his new friends Ruby, Jacob and Dennis and loves long walks!
It has been a true joy to see him explore his surroundings and grow in confidence..even enjoying sleeping on the sofa!
Thankyou to everyone who has made his journey possible.
Captain Mark who looked after him in Afghanistan, Kevin who first put up Brin’s story that captivated my heart, the people of Sussex and worldwide who dug deep to support his journey, the girls at the quarantine who made Brin so welcome and my days there so much fun…and NOWZAD who are the amazing charity who do so much for so many animals who would not have a chance.
Please, please help by donating and sharing Brin’s journey and together we can help make a difference.
Music by Steve Donnelly curtesy of Made Up Music.
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Brin – a dog from Afghanistan – update
Since coming home from quarantine Brin has been very busy! He received the PDSA Commendation award for Loyalty to the British Forces whilst in Afghanistan and is now a care dog for Canine Concern. Brin has been featured in many magazines to help promote the work of Nowzad the charity who helped to get him home. He continues to thrive and enjoys long walks in the forest, snacks and fluffy toys!
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