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THINKING OF ADOPTING A SPRINGER SPANIEL?
WAYS YOU CAN VOLUNTEER WITH SRS
ENSURING HAPPY LIVES FOR OUR DOGS
WORRIED ABOUT GIVING UP YOUR DOG?

Welcome to Springer Rescue for Scotland

 

Our WORLD-FAMOUS Christmas Cards and Calendars

are here again

YES! Despite the lockdown and all the recent political turmoil, our wonderful volunteers have been at it again! Snapping a selection of our beautiful Spaniels just for you. Christmas cards to share the joy with your friends. 2023 calendars to enjoy our dogs all year round!

 

Calendars are £6 each, discounted to £5 for orders of more than one

 

 

Christmas Cards are £3.50 for a pack of 10 (5 each of 2 designs)

 

POSTAGE & PACKAGING COSTS
Calendars

  • 1     £2.20
  • 2-3  £2.80
  • 4-5  £4.50
  • 6+   POA

Cards

  • 1-2   £4.50
  • 3-6   £6.00
  • 7+  POA

If you would like a combined or overseas postage price, please email  calendar@springerrescuescotland.org

 

 

HOW TO ORDER


BY PAYPAL

  1. CLICK HERE to go to our Donation page - then follow these instructions - Click the blue Donate any Amount button bottom-right and enter the total amount for your order, including postage and packaging. NOTE: please make sure you send your payment as a friends and family payment, or the Government will take some of your cash as tax.
  2. When you have made your payment, please email your order details along with your name and address to calendar@springerrescuescotland.orgPLEASE send us proof of your payment (Paypal reference number, screenshot of your payment). This will help us speed up your order.

 

BY CHEQUE

If you would rather pay by cheque:
Please make cheques payable to Springer Rescue For Scotland then send your cheque along with your order details to:
Springer Rescue Scotland
c/o S.Crofts
9 Dundurn Walk
St Fillans
Perthshire
PH6 2NA

Every penny of your donation goes to supporting our dogs

THANK YOU!

 

 

=== 15th April Happy New Birthday Max! ===

 

Max was adopted by his wonderful family a year ago today, and here's a personal message to you all...

 

 

Hello, my name is Max & 1 year ago on 15th April 2021 I adopted my new family. I still miss my original family & my foster mother was lovely & kind to me.

 

I love my new family, they feed me, play with me, take me for lovely walks, provide me with lots of balls and toys and in return I give them lots of licks & cuddles and sometimes I join them in bed. My dad says I don't have a nasty bone in my body & my only real vice is that I pull on the lead but I am so excited because I know I'll be chasing a ball round the field, running through any mud I find and jumping in the river.

 

I have loads of toys but my favourite thing in the world is a ball, I love chasing them, trying to catch them & picking them up and running off before my dad has a chance to pick it up. Sometimes when I am running around I pretend to do normal Springer stuff like following a scent but I soon get fed up with that although I do like to chase any birds, cats and squirrels that think my garden is for them too.

 

I would like to thank the lovely people at Springer Rescue Scotland for helping me find my perfect forever home.

 

Lots of love
Max

 

Reply from Springer Rescue Scotland - Max we love you too, so pleased to hear you're doing so well!

 

SPRING RESCUE - LIVING IN THE NEW COVID-19 WORLD

 

Snoods and Masks

 

COMING SOON - our very own designer masks and snoods. 

 

 

The health and wellbeing of our dogs and our volunteers is at the heart of our organisation.

 

PLEASE NOTE: our COVID policies and  guidelines may change without notice to keep in step with government policy, so do please keep checking back to our website.

 

The lockdown also means we are keeping dogs for longer in foster or in some cases kennels, which is adding to our costs. And of course, we are unable to do our usual fundraising at fairs and dog events.
 

You can help us by making a donation. Click the button below to see how you can help

 

 

 

 

Since 2017 SRS has been working with Pets at Home in Scotland to raise money for charities. 

Through this partnership, we have received thousands of pounds in support from Pets at Home. Usually in the summer, we fundraise in some of their shops with them. This year, we can’t.

 

So we are promoting their great work and the fact that they share their fundraising proceeds with charities like SRS. So, if you are out shopping in Pets at Home this June and you have any money to spare, please support Pets at Homes ‘Save our Rescue Centre’ campaign.

And know – by donating to Pets at Home at the till, you are also helping SRS.

THANK YOU!

SPANIELS IN THE SPOTLIGHT

 

Hello, my name is Clover and I’m a lively 7 year old English Springer Spaniel.

 

At the moment I share my foster home with two older kids and a furry sister who I do get on with, although I have very occasionally snapped at my furry sister when I’m tired and she comes near my bed or my tennis ball. I am working on this with my foster parents. I do like to carry a tennis ball around the house with me, but when it’s left outside, I’ll find something else to carry around.

 

I am not a particularly cuddly girl but i do enjoy being near-by you and am happy to lie at your feet or on the sofa beside you if I am allowed.

 

I have been left by myself for a few hours, which I tolerated, but I don’t know how I would feel if I was left for longer, so I would prefer someone to be home the majority of the day.

 

I love being outside and walk nicely on a long lead until I see something move under a bush or a bird, then I’m off like a shot. I haven’t been walked near livestock, so I don’t know how I would feel about that. I don’t notice or bother with other dogs when I am out on a walk, unless they sneak up on me, which can give me a fright.

 

I am happy to have a wee trim and a shower without any issue and I like a rub down with a towel to dry me off when I come in from a wet walk. I travel nicely in a car, especially when secured in the boot with another dog to keep me company.

 

At night time, I am happy to sleep in my own bed wherever you put it, and would be okay being in a busy home with older kids, who are experienced with dogs. I am content to share my home with another dog but equally happy to be an only dog.

 

TO SEE MORE ABOUT ME, CLICK HERE...

 

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