Meet Oscar – a lovely German Shorthaired Pointer. Oscar was found sitting in a car and refusing to move. He was eventually taken to the council kennels by a local dog warden and was given a seven day window until he would have been put to sleep.
Dog welfare crisis looms as lifestyle changes, a lack of training and time are revealed to be the main reasons dogs are rehomed
The Winter Olympics in Sochi have raised awareness of the terrible plight of stray dogs in Russia?. After local officials hired an exterminator to kill stray dogs in the run up to the Olympics, businessman, Oleg Deripaska, set up a dog rescue centre called Povodog. The shelter, which sits half an hour from central Sochi, perched at the base of a mountain, quickly filled with dogs and was upgraded to house 250 strays in late February and is working at full capacity. Just some of the dogs that Povodog has rescued and… Read More
The AMCUK Rescue Fun Day really was just that…lots of dogs and owners and non-dog owners having lots of FUN!
Zack, a three year old crossbreed from Cleckheaton, West Yorkshire has turned his life around, from being a bossy alpha male to a happy, energetic, enthusiastic dog, thanks to his loving owner,
After the busiest year in K9 Crusaders’ history, we have awarded the dog welfare charity based in Bissoe, Truro, a much needed grant of £3,000. The grant from the Kennel Club Charitable Trust has already been put to work and has helped aid rescue dog Amber in her unconventional recovery.
At the Kennel Club Charitable Trust we are proud to support breed rescue charities, such as German Shepherd Rescue Scotland. We run Kennel Club Breed Rescue, to help people rehome pedigree dogs in need.
At the Kennel Club Charitable Trust we are delighted to announce that we have provided a £5,000 grant to Dorset-based dog charity Waggy Tails.
Gillian Cowe from German Shepherd Rescue Scotland What is your job title? Website Designer. What does your job involve? Deigning and maintaining websites for clients.
The best calendar for 2014 has arrived, not only is it full of lovely rescue dogs, but it also raises money for dog charities. Make sure you do not miss out and buy one now from our shop, all proceeds will go towards the rescue and rehoming of pedigree dogs in the UK through breed rescue. If we haven’t convinced you, I think Jasmine will. Here she is, the cover star, posing during the launch at Discover Dogs!