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Welcome to Springer Rescue for Scotland

 

LockDown Update 1st June 2020

We know LockDown is difficult for everyone and for our pets.

 

With the recent loosening on lockdown restrictions, SRS will be introducing a phased return to limited activities under defined conditions. 

 

  • The health and wellbeing of our dogs and our volunteers is at the heart of our organisation.
  • PLEASE NOTE: the guidelines may change without notice to keep in step with government policy, so do please keep checking back to our website.

EFFECTIVE JUNE 1st

  1. Rehoming dogs currently in foster will restart.
  2. Dog transport and rehoming activities will adhere to SRS guidelines to minimise risk to SRS volunteers and new forever home families. 

COMING SOON

  1. The charity will be open to new applications but processing may be slower due to current lockdown guidelines. People may also be asked for more information and even home videos where required.
  2. Assessment and intake of new dogs will restart. Dogs will be taken in by the charity on a case by case basis within the current restrictions. New SRS guidelines for virtual dog assessment and virtual homechecks will be applied.


The lockdown also means we are keeping dogs for longer in foster or in some cases kennels, which is adding to our costs. And of course, we are unable to do our usual fundraising at fairs and dog events.

 

You can help us by making a donation. Click the button below to see how you can help

 

 

 

 

A little happy during the Lock Down:

 

And to make you smile during this lockdown – please enjoy the pictures of our dogs on the rehoming page and of course, the lovely stories below about some of our dogs who have found their forever homes:

 

If you have an adoption story you would like to share please email details and photos to SRSColette@gmail.com.

 

Lady’s Story


Lady – a slightly older spaniel won the hearts of her foster parents in 2019. They had successfully fostered eight other dogs, but Lady’s gentle spirit and timid nature made her impossible to give up to anyone else. They have seen her grow in confidence over the last year and she has firmly planted her paws under the table and in their hearts. What a wonderful result for this gentle Lady.
 

 

 

Zivas Story

 

Ziva was adopted in 2018, into a house with 2 rescue cats, grandchildren and many ‘dog cousins’. She has made firm friends with Sofia one of the cats, where they share their bed and like to snuggle, play and clean each other. Her mum says Ziva is small for a springer, but what she lacks in height she makes up for in spring, speed and enthusiasm. She goes to work every day, where she is a hit with colleagues, other office dogs and visitors. Her mum says her brown eyes pull you in and there you are, in love with the sweetest, kindest soul of a little dog with a big heart. How beautiful.
 

 

 

Buddy’s Story

 

The beautiful 9 year old Buddy had a bit of a tough life before he found his forever home in 2019.  He now lives next to a long sandy beach, just perfect for his favourite game - ball chasing.  He still tears about on the beach every day like a youngster and no-one believes his mum and dad then they tell them he’s around 10 years old!

 

Buddy is exceptionally loving and, despite his alleged age, tremendously playful and fun to be with.  He brings absolute joy to his new family. Happy ball chasing Buddy !
 

 

 

 

 

Meet Millie & Ziggy

 

Another great adoption story. Millie was adopted just before the lockdown and she has found a great new friend in her forever home - Ziggy.

She loves her walks and cuddles:

 

 

And even though she was told this wouldn't work as a coronavirus mask.....would she listen ?? 

 


 

 

 

 

Herbie and Paddy

 

To bring a smile to your face. Everyone wondered if Herbie who is 14 years old would welcome the young Paddy into his home. Paddy is estimated to be 14 months and arrived in his forever home a few weeks ago. His mum and dad say it is like they’ve been together for years……… and they have become instant best friends.

 

 

 

 

One more success story for SRS

Here are best pals Rosie & Molly - Rosie is 3 years old and Molly is 9 months and is at her forever home for just 3 weeks…..

 

 

 

Bella IN THE SPOTLIGHT

Hello my name is Bella and I'm a very sweet and loving girl who lover her humans and lots of cuddles.

 

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To bring a smile to your face. Everyone wondered if Herbie who is 14 years old would welcome the young Paddy into his home. Paddy is estimated to be 14 months and arrived in his forever home a few weeks ago. His mum and dad say it is like they’ve been together for years………...

 

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