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Wednesday, 24 May 2017

 

 

2016 greyhound calendars

2016 Greyhound
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Greyhound mug
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Retired Racing Greyhounds for dummies book

Greyhound
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Greyhound rescue in Cornwall

Greyhound
rescue

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Animal rescue and rehoming
organisations in Cornwall

Our greyhounds

Casey our greyhoundOur greyhound Casey, and our previous greyhound Blue were both rescue dogs.

I often speak to people who think that greyhounds need a lot of exercise – nothing could really be further from the truth.

They are sprinters and spend most of their time 'resting', often in the dead cockroach position (on their backs, with their legs in the air).

I've created some more pages about greyhounds for those of you who are also besotted by these wonderful dogs or just want to find out more ...

Our greyhound also features on my 2017 greyhound calendarsand free computer wallpaper pages.

 


Retired Greyhound Trust (Cornwall)

Find out more about what the Retired Greyhound Trust is up to in Cornwall.

Greyhound Rescue West of England

Retired greyhoundGreyhound Rescue West of England (GRWE) is the leading organisation in England and Wales independent of the greyhound racing industry working specifically to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome abandoned or abused greyhounds and lurchers.

The Charity has no employees and the Board of Trustees is responsible for the management of the Charity and for ensuring that the Charity works in pursuit of its stated charitable objectives - the rescue and rehabilitation of abused and abandoned greyhounds and lurchers.

National Animal Welfare Trust

nawtThe National Animal Welfare Trust (NAWT) is a national organization, operating rescue centres for unwanted, ill-treated and abandoned animals and birds. Although its Headquarters is in London they have centres in North London, Berkshire, Somerset, S.E. Essex and Cornwall.

The Cornish branch can be found in Hayle in the west of the county.

The Flicka Foundation

The Flicka FoundationThe Flicka Foundation in Penryn, in Cornwall provides permanent sanctuary for horses and ponies who are elderly, ailing or traumatised from cruelty. We also have some pigs, sheep and many small animals – all unwanted and ‘surplus to requirement’.

They stay here for the rest of their days and no animal is ever put to sleep unless there is no other avenue to explore for their well-being. Many come here in the ‘twilight’ years of their lives.

Cinnamon Trust

Cinnamon TrustThe Cinnamon Trust is a specialist national charity for elderly or terminally ill people and their companion animals. They provide help with day to day care of pets, fostering when owners are hospitalised and long term care of bereaved pets where necessary. The Cornish Branch do not have their own web site, but always welcome volunteers.

Rainbow Little Cat Rescue

Rainbow Little Cat Rescue, in Gwinear, is a local, non-profit making organisation which provides temporary, loving care,shelter and veterinary care for unwanted and abandoned cats,ultimately seeking suitable and permanent homes.

White River Cat Rescue

White River Cat Rescue, based in St Austell, Cornwall are constantly rescuing stray, unwanted and abandoned cats, arranging for veterinary treatment where necessary, and finding them loving, responsible homes.

RSPCA Cornwall Branch Animal Centre

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) is a charity in England and Wales that promotes animal welfare and prosecutes over 1000 people per annum for alleged animal cruelty. It is the oldest and largest animal welfare organisation in the world and is one of the largest charities in the UK.

The Cornish branch of the RSPCA is based in St Columb, Cornwall

Canine Crusaders

Canine Crusaders is an organisation working with, and for the dogs in Cornwall.

St Francis Home for Animals

St Francis Home for Animals, is a rescue and rehoming Centre in Newquay, looking after and rehome homeless and lost dogs of all ages and types.

All the dogs receive basic training under the guidance of the manager who is qualified at grade 1 with the British Institute of Professional dog trainers. Everyone at St Francis uses gentle training methods.

Bully Befrienders

Bully Befrienders, in Helston, rescue Bull Terrier type dogs. All dogs are given plenty of love, walks and stimulation and kept in a homely environment. Rehoming is to responsible forever homes only on a contractual basis. Donations for the dogs are not excessive and only aim to cover costs of neutering, inoculations and transportation.

Cats Protection

Cats Protection, Cornwall Branch, take in and rehome stray, abandoned and unwanted cats and kittens, which are cared for by volunteer foster carers who have specially built cat pens in their gardens, supplied by Callington Cats Protection. Unfortunately, there are always more cats needing our help than we have facilities to take in, so we have to operate a waiting system.