Stunning Madge Needs A Home

Please meet Madge, an elegant beauty who is still looking for a home. After a very unsettled start in life, she needs a calm and experienced home preferably as the only dog but could possibly live with another relaxed and friendly dog. She cannot live with cats or other small animals.

Annual Petplan and ADCH Awards

The finalists at this year’s Petplan and Association of Dogs and Cats Homes (ADCH) Awards include none other than Hope Rescue’s very own Rescue Manager, Alison Ling.

Ali has been shortlisted as one of three finalists in the Animal Charity Employee of the Year category.

As one of a very small staff team, and the only paid member of operational rescue staff, Ali’s role is incredibly difficult. Having an open intake policy for the pounds means that the number of dogs coming into Hope’s care varies each week, and some of them present challenges that are hard to anticipate.  

Inner Child Day

Simba, a nine month old blind Toy Poodle, became the centre of attention at an event organised by the Students Union at Cardiff University. Part of their “Student Minds” programme, this is the second year that Hope Rescue has supported them by taking along dogs to meet some of their students.

Hannah's Story

A very sad story to tell - sometimes the positive outcomes are just out of reach!

Recently as gentle soul came into the care of Hope Rescue but it was too late to help her. She was given the name Hannah and her plight touched the hearts of everyone. As a result, our Chair of Trustees penned an open letter to her owner on Facebook, which was subsequently picked up by some sections of the media, from the Daily Express to the Examiner in the USA. 

Compulsory Microchipping - From 6 April 2016

Despite lots of publicity in the press and on social media, there are still dogs coming through the pounds that are not microchipped.

Time is running out to comply with the new legislation which comes in to force in England, Scotland and Wales on April 6th 2016. From this date every dog will need to be microchipped and the keeper's contact details registered on a database.

Failure to comply could result in a £500 fine.