Darcy is a cute little 6 month old Yorkie pup that has come into our care from our vets. Sadly she had been involved in a road traffic accident with significant injuries to both of her back legs. We were extremely concerned that her legs could not be saved and she would have to be euthanised. But we never give up on a dog without at least trying to help, so we referred her to a specialist orthopaedic vet at Alphavets. Her X-ray results and assessment show that her one leg can be mended with a plate and pins.
This month is another busy time for our fundraising. Please come along and support us as we raise much-needed funds for the Hope Rescue dogs.
If you are interested in helping out at any of the events, we would really love to see you. Please get in touch on email@example.com
Please come along to support the Rudry Village Riding Club Family Dog Show on Saturday, 23rd July. The show starts at 1pm and the proceeds will be shared between Hope Rescue and Guide Dogs Cymru.
You can also visit the Hope Rescue stall, with some lovely items on sale, including our famous doggy deli - always a firm favourite with our four legged friends - and some cakes for us humans too. There will also be Handmade by Hope items and dog toys for sale. You can also find out about our work and how you can get involved to support us.
We are delighted to be chosen by Cwmbran Pets at Home as the charity for their Support Adoption for Pets Summer Fundraising Drive, especially as we are newly partnered with this branch.
Come along and meet the Hope team there between 11am - 3pm.
If you are interested in volunteering, we need help with the collection outside the store. Anyone new to Hope is always welcome and there will be some lovely Hope dogs there too.
The Trustees and Rescue Manager from Hope Rescue are taking a busman's holiday and are flying out to Sri Lanka on June 18th to volunteer for their friends at Dogstar Foundation.
There is little or no animal welfare protection in Sri Lanka with over a million stray dogs at risk from poisoning and relocation from tourist areas. Rabies is also endemic which has a significant impact on human health and well-being. Owned dogs do not fare much better and are often permanently chained or kennelled.
June is a very busy month for fundraising events and the hardworking Hope Rescue volunteers would be extremely grateful for any extra help. Whether that is holding a collecting tin, baking doggy deli, showcasing our foster dogs, all will help to raise much needed funds and awareness.
If you can help at any of these events, before or on the day, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Could you support a well- established local charity by becoming a Trustee? This is a fantastic opportunity to really make a difference to the welfare and lives of dogs in need in the South Wales area.
Hope Rescue will be running the Fun Dog Show at this event tomorrow, the first Country Fair for Aneurin Leisure Trust at Bryn Bach Park near Tredegar. The fair is open from 10am to 6pm.
Entries from 11am, judging will start at 12 noon.
Budget Vets will also be attending and can provide microchipping, nail clipping, flea and worm treatment and general advice on animal care.
We look forward to seeing you there, rain or shine!
We are very fortunate to have some great support from local businesses who believe in what we do and help us in so many ways. Safestore is one of those companies and we have been very fortunate over the past five years to have a storage unit at their Cardiff Newport Road site at a very heavily discounted rate.
Have you ever considered fostering a dog? Do you have space in your heart and home for a dog to stay for a while until the right forever home is found?
We rely on our foster homes to provide a place where dogs can take their first steps towards a happy future. All of our dogs are assessed in kennels but really need a foster home so more detailed assessments can take place. Foster homes allow us to assess the dogs in a home environment which will then help us to match them with the right forever families.