Here are just a few examples of how you can get involved and raise money for the Trust to help make a difference for ALL dogs. Run a Companion Dog Show They are fun and all about people and their dogs. If you are thinking about organising a Companion Dog Show then why not donate the proceeds to the Kennel Club Charitable Trust? Open to both crossbreed and pedigree dogs alike, it is a great way to become part of the dog community and raise much needed funds for our dog charity…. Read More
We need your help to ‘make a difference for dogs’. There are lots of ways to make a donation to the Kennel Club Charitable Trust. By giving £2 a month (or whatever you can afford) you will help ‘make a difference for dogs’. One-off donations You can make a donation online buy clicking the ‘Donate Now’ button at the top of the page, by telephoning 020 7518 6874, or by cheque made payable to The Kennel Club Charitable Trust. Please send cheques to: The Kennel Club Charitable Trust, Clarges Street, London W1J… Read More
A special ‘Flood Fund’ has been set up by the Kennel Club Charitable Trust (KCCT), for those dogs that are in need as a result of the recent floods that have beset the country. The flooding has meant that some people and their dogs have had to leave their homes, whilst others are left marooned and the dogs may be going without food supplies, access to critical veterinary care or medicines. The debris underfoot and ever rising water levels may also be causing dogs injury and damage. The Kennel Club Charitable Trust… Read More
We all love our four legged friends and the latest news that dogs are changing the face of education in a bid to boost literacy comes as popular children’s authors, Anna Wilson, Andrew Cope and Viviane Schwarz have pledged their support for children reading to dogs in a bid to boost literacy and improve children’s self-confidence. The authors have pledged their support to the Kennel Club’s Bark and Read Foundation to coincide with National Storytelling Week, taking place this week. Organised by the Society for Storytelling, National Storytelling Week (Saturday February 1st… Read More
It’s one for the youngsters – 13 year old Jon-Paul Church from Dyfed in Wales will be taking centre stage with his dog, Miley, a Boxer, at the finals of the Welsh Junior Handler of the Year next month, despite being born with only one hand. The title of Welsh Junior Handler of The Year, which is awarded by the Cardiff Canine Society, is given annually to a young person who has shown considerable promise and dedication to dog handling (which Jon-Paul obviously has!) in the show ring. Jon-Paul is a member of the… Read More
In July 2010 this was Olly. He was taken in by a rescue with six other puppies and his mum and dad who were in a dreadful state. He was eight weeks old but looked more like four weeks as he was so thin. All the puppies were all smelly, emaciated, riddled with worms and covered in fleas so bathing, worming and flea treatments all round was a must. At this stage it really was touch and go with Olly and one of his sisters whether they would make it or not… Read More
Millie, a 13 year old deaf Springer Spaniel who went missing recently, was reunited almost instantly with her loving owners, Sonja and Stephen Williams from Beyton, Suffolk, thanks to her microchip.
The AMCUK Rescue Fun Day really was just that…lots of dogs and owners and non-dog owners having lots of FUN!
Tickets for Crufts 2014 are now on sale! Buy in advance and save: http://www.crufts.org.uk/ticket-office
Two great forces, dogs and the RAF, have come together to make some money for charity!