Suffolk ‘dog nanny’ in search for new home

Liz Haslam, who runs Beds for Bullies in Barnham, with English bull terrier Milly
Liz Haslam, who runs Beds for Bullies in Barnham, with English bull terrier Milly
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A ‘dog nanny’ who rescues and rehomes bull terriers is looking for a new place, nearby, to call home.

Liz Haslam runs Beds for Bullies, in Barnham, and provides long-term care for 14 abused and disabled bull terriers.

But the 48-year-old’s landlord has told her he wants to develop the property she is living in and has given her until September 2019 to find a suitable place to relocate to.

The problem is that she needs to be ‘fairly remote’ while also being close enough to visit the Animal Health Trust in Kentford several times a week and staying within a short drive of her vets in Bury St Edmunds.

She said: “The property we’re in doesn’t share a post code with any other properties, I need to be that remote.”

To be suitable, the new property will also need to be on about an acre plot so that Liz, who lives with her 22-year-old son, can continue to run a small dog boarding business from home.

Anyone with a property meeting this criteria should call 07817 501012 or email bedsforbullies@aol.co.uk.

“It’s going to be a huge move and it’s quite a daunting prospect – it will have to be done over a week or 10 days,” said Liz.