Kennel Club Breed Rescue

Women More Likely To Abandon Their Dogs Than Their Male Counterparts
Dog owners’ lack of research before buying is resulting in tens of thousands of dogs being rehomed each year the Kennel Club warns, as new research revealed women aged between 35-44 are more likely to give their dogs away to be rehomed than their male counterparts, with some 17% of dogs being rehomed by male owners.
Happy Ending As Pregnant Abandoned Greyhound And Puppies Are Rehomed
Gracie, an abandoned ex-racing Greyhound, found herself in need of a loving home but it wasn’t long before she and her puppies were successfully rehomed thanks to Greyhound Rescue West of England (GRWE).
Support Dogs Needing A Home With The 2015 Breed Rescue Calendar
Dog lovers can support rescue dogs by ordering the 2015 Kennel Club Breed Rescue calendar, which is now available and stars dogs from breeds that have been helped by Kennel Club Breed Rescue (KCBR) organisations.
Rescue Dogs Given Chance To Shine At London’s Biggest Dog Event
The plight of rescue dogs will be highlighted at London’s biggest dog event, Discover Dogs, held at Earls Court on 8-9 November, as Kennel Club Breed Rescue (KCBR) organisations promote the benefits of rescuing a dog in need on the Find a Rescue Dog stand and the Eukanuba stand.
Appeal Launched To Fund Life-Changing Operation For Young Rescue Dog
An appeal has been launched to raise money for a one year-old rescue dog that needs an expensive life-changing operation to help him lead a normal life.
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Free veterinary treatment for breed rescues for trial period
Free veterinary treatment for breed rescues for trial period
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