We have added several dates in 2019 for our popular Canine First Aid Course, including some at our Charity Shop in Pontypridd.
We believe that the best way to help a rescue dog is to welcome them into your family. It's a truly rewarding experience and you will get so much more out of it than you may think,
We are looking to start upgrading and refurbishing the rescue centre to improve the lives of our rescue dogs. Thanks to grant funding from Battersea we are looking for an experienced Project Officer to work with the operational team develop a 3-year Capital Projects Programme for minor capital and refurbishment projects. The Project Officer will take responsibility for projects from initial proposal, through to feasibility and business case, and manage funded projects though all subsequent project stages to completion.
** UPDATE **
This is now reaching the media and a number of articles are appearing in national and regional press.
You can read more here in the Express newspaper.
It’s a real-life horror story when you receive a heart-breaking call at 0130 to let you know that a very poorly pup, Noel (pic left), didn't make it.
Hope Rescue featured on BBC One Programme ‘A Matter of Life and Debt’
This is a BBC documentary series about credit unions and responsible lenders across the country, telling the stories of people whose lives have been transformed by an ethical loan.
Help us to keep the Hope Rescue dogs calm and happy during bonfire night by buying a gift or two from our Firework Survival Kit.
You can find our list of items online here.
We have a network of amazing foster homes that make a real difference to the lives of our dogs. Some dogs just don't do well in the kennel environment but thrive in a home, some need extra help to recover from illness or surgery, and for the very young or the golden oldies, a foster home is just what they need to help them find their forever family.
Fostering is hugely rewarding and can be life-changing, both for the foster dog and foster carers.
Local people came to the aid of a dog that was thrown from a car in Torfaen. The young dog, thought to be a Saluki Lurcher cross, was caught and then kept safe until the dog warden could take him to a local vet. When examined, he was found to be suffering from osteoarthritis and serious problems in one hip with severe muscle wastage. On top of that he was skinny, covered in fleas and riddled with worms.
** UPDATE **
The lovely Wispa has gone to start her new life in a great home with another Hope Rescue dog to be her buddy. Well done Wispa, we wish you many happy years ahead!