Evesham greyhound and lurcher rescue

Evesham greyhound and lurcher rescue


“The Evesham Greyhound and Lurcher Rescue was set up in 1989 by Pip Singleton who started bringing Greyhounds and Lurchers into her home in an attempt to stop them being destroyed. The rescue grew and is now run by about 10 volunteers and has foster homes that look after and raise funds for the 70+ dogs being cared for at any one time.”LINK

Greyhound Gap

Greyhound Gap


“There are many rescues the length and breadth of the country looking for homes. There are also many potential adopters looking for the right dog to join their family. There is a “gap” between these two parties in terms of distance, the need for homechecking, transporting the dog or quite simply even knowing that each other exists! This is where Greyhound Gap comes in. The whole aim of this site is to fill that gap by assisting rescues and new potential adopters in their quest to find the perfect home for the perfect dog. The more the rescues can home, the more lucky ones they can make way for.” LINK

Rugby RGT

Rugby RGT

We are a branch of the Retired Greyhound Trust, a registered charity who for the last 25 years has found over 25,000 homes for ex racing greyhounds. LINK

Shropshire and Borders Greyhound Rescue

Shropshire and Borders Greyhound Rescue (RGT)

“Our aims are to rehome as many greyhounds and lurchers as possible and to raise people’s awareness of the plight and true nature of these gentle and affectionate dogs. Our kennels are situated in Condover, just outside Shrewsbury. This is a commercial boarding kennels, but Sue Tipton, the energetic owner, is devoted to the welfare of the greyhounds and spends many hours not just caring for and rehabilitating them but homing and fundraising.” LINK

Birmingham Afghan Rescue

Birmingham Afghan Rescue


The club was founded in the early seventies by a group of enthusiastic and dedicated group of affie owners who wanted to provide something more than just show training for its members.” LINK

Western Afghan Rescue

Western Afghan Rescue

“These are just a few of the afghans we have had rehomed through the rescue scheme. Please view our rescue page from time to time to see if you can help. If you are able to provide a loving and secure home please contact us.” LINK

Teckels

Teckels


“Teckels is a charitable animal welfare centre, which was established in 2003 as a merger between two long established animal rescue centres. We take in cats and dogs for rehoming from Gloucestershire and further a field.
As long as we have the room, we will always take in any cats or dogs looking for a home. We do not discriminate against old or sick animals and we have a non-destruction policy, hence we have animals that can end up staying for quite a long time whilst waiting for the right home. ” LINK

Hereford and Worcester Animal Rescue

Hereford and Worcester Animal Rescue


We are a small independent voluntary organisation dedicated to helping dogs in need. Each year, in Herefordshire alone there are around 350 dogs who find their way into the stray pound. Some go back home, sadly many are never reclaimed by their owners. These are the dogs we take care of, we provide them with shelter, either in our kennels or in a foster home, they receive any veterinary treatment they may need and they stay with us until a new home is found for them.” LINK


Forest Dog Rescue

Forest Dog Rescue

Established in 1997, Forest Dog Rescue are an independent registered charity based in the Wyre Forest, and we save the lives of over 200 stray and unwanted dogs each year that without us would face a very uncertain future. We operate a very simple non destruction policy and believe that all dogs, no matter what their age should get a second chance of a new life.” LINK

ROCHDALE DOG RESCUE

“Rochdale Dog Rescue works every week to find responsible rescue places for dogs in a Northern Pound in the UK that are due to be put to sleep if not claimed after 7 days.” LINK

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