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Puppy love brings joy to Arnold residential home


Residents at an Arnold residential home has welcomed a new visitor– a four-legged one.

Sid, who is a 14-week-old Labrador and Retriever cross breed, has made his first visit to The Beeches care home this week to cheer up residents.

Sid managed to put a huge smile on all of the faces of the homes colleagues and residents. There are plenty of dog lovers at the home so it was a real treat to see such a gorgeous puppy.

One of the Residents commented “Sid is lovely, he’s so soft and gentle for a puppy. It’s made me think about the dogs me and my husband had.”

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The home manager said “it’s great to see Sid socialising with the Residents. He’s only 14 weeks old so loves to play. Lots of our Residents were chatting about their pets too.”

“It’s great to see how much a puppy visiting the home can stir up memories for the Residents of their own pets they have had. Everybody’s faces just lit up when Sid came bundling into the room.”

Sid is hoping to return to the home soon and the Residents can’t wait to see him again and watch him grow.

Founded in 2011, HC-One is ‘The Kind Care Company’ who work with Colleagues, Residents and Relatives as they strive to provide the kindest care. They promote positive wellbeing, creating individual plans for Residents that support the mind, body and soul.

HC-One’s The Beeches is a purpose-built home offering residential and nursing care, in the town of Arnold, Nottingham.

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For more information, or to view the home, visit or call 0333 999 8428

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