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Welcome to Springer Rescue for Scotland

 

16th JUNE to 30th JUNE  - 14 days of non-stop fund-raising

JUST FOR US!

 

You probably have not heard of Spaniel4Life, but it's basically a UK-based charity that helps other Spaniel rescues (just like us!) to raise much-needed funds.

 

To find the Spaniel4Life Facebook page and see how you can help us - CLICK HERE.

 

For 2 weeks, Spaniel4Life are holding a plethora of raffles, auctions, items for sale and games.

 

ONLINE SAFETY FIRST

If you want to check Spaniel4Life's status as a bonafide charity, their Charity Number is 1183258. To find them on the Register of Charities - CLICK HERE. you can see their accounts here and confirm that 100% of the funds they raise go to their chosen charities.

 

You can also check out their website - HERE.

 

PREFER TO SUPPORT US DIRECTLY?

That's even easier! To see our own donation page - CLICK HERE.

 

THANK YOU!

 

COVID-19 Lock-Down Update 1st May 2021

 

1. Rehoming has already restarted and is going well!

 

We’re delighted to share that SIX dogs have already been rehomed since we lifted the restriction on rehoming on the 1st June.

 

2. We currently closed for applications

 

  • Please bear with us, we will be back as soon as we can be.

3. We will also restart the assessment and intake of new dogs

 

  • 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 home checks will be applied.

 

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.

 

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

 

 

 

 

Since 2017 SRS has been working with Pets at Home in Scotland to raise money for charities. 

Through this partnership, we have received thousands of pounds in support from Pets at Home. Usually in the summer, we fundraise in some of their shops with them. This year, we can’t.

 

So we are promoting their great work and the fact that they share their fundraising proceeds with charities like SRS. So, if you are out shopping in Pets at Home this June and you have any money to spare, please support Pets at Homes ‘Save our Rescue Centre’ campaign.

And know – by donating to Pets at Home at the till, you are also helping SRS.

THANK YOU!

SPANIELS IN THE SPOTLIGHT

 

 Hey, I’m Joe a 9 year old Golden Working Cocker. Until last month I lived on the remote West Coast. I miss the peace & quiet so thats why I am looking for a forever rural/and or quiet home.

 

I have good house manners, I love a cuddle, and I love my walkies.

I am an anxious wee boy and do not like loud noises after living in such a quiet place all my life. But my Foster Mom is working with our SRS Behaviourist to help me with this. Our SRS Behaviourist will also continue to work with me and my new family when we find our forever home.

 

TO SEE MORE ABOUT JO, CLICK HERE...

 

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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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