This might not be the most exciting club to join but it's an extremely important club! To coincide with the purchase of our super shiny new washing machine thanks to your kind donations, we are launching Laundry Club.
As we enter a period of ambitious fundraising and development, we have an exciting opportunity for an experienced, passionate, and committed Finance Trustee to join our Board of Directors and Trustees.
We've got an exciting opportunity for the newly created role of Adoption and Fostering Manager. We're looking for an experienced, hard-working and passionate animal welfare professional to manage our fostering and adoption services, providing an efficient, friendly and customer-focused service to our foster homes and adopters.
We're on Channel 4 tonight at 8 p.m. talking to Professor Noel Fitzpatrick on Animal Rescue Live: Supervet Special about the impact of puppy farming and backyard breeding. The interview features little Bluebell who was taken to the vets to be put to sleep by her breeder as she was allegedly blind. In fact she isn't blind, and was sufferring form aspirated pneumonia. She's now in foster care with one of the vet nurses who were caring for - and they will be adopting her! Don't forget to tune in!
You can read more about funding in Wales and the Welsh European Funding Office (WEFO) here.
Poorly Enzo is suffering from a cleft palate which makes it difficult and dangerous for him to eat normally. We expect this birth defect is the reason he was given away at just 3 days old by the breeder.
This lovely Shar pei girl was found in Penygraig earlier covered in blood. It seems she escaped and got in to a scrap with another dog. We traced her owners who weren't able to pay for her vet care and she has now been signed over to us. We have named her Sian. The poor girl was in shock with over 30 puncture wounds, lacerations and a nasty degloving injury on her leg and neck. Her blood pressure was low from the blood loss.
Beautiful Lola was picked up in Pontypool by the police who took her straight to the vets. She was very flat and showing clinical signs of pyometra, an infection of the womb that can prove fatal if not caught early enough.
She needed emergency surgery to save her life so the dog warden asked us if we would meet the costs of treating her. Of course we didn’t hesitate to say yes.