We wish them all the very best for a future which is looking bright.
A year ago we rehomed Harris so thought we should get in touch with an update.
What a difference a year makes! When we adopted Harris he had been half starved, had little or no training and some clear emotional issues. However with time, patience and a lot of love he has turned into an awesome bundle of joy. He’s not perfect (who is?!?!) but we adore him. He now loves nothing more than heading onto the fells for a run around or playing with his ball, followed by treats and lots of cuddles.
He is a wonderful addition to the family & we’re glad every day that we found him
He is doing really well with his house training and now his vaccinations are complete he is finding out all about the big wide world and meeting new dogs in his foster home.
Meet at 11 am in the Cafe at Arnfield Fly Fishery and come along to enjoy the scenery and fresh air. Drinks and other refreshments after your walk are available from the cafe and parking is available at the fishery car park or on the lane leading up to the reservoir.
Poster and map can be downloaded
Just a small selection of photos from the show in Manor park on 1st July 2017
We raised £166.44 which will be spent directly on caring for our dogs and cats who are waiting to be adopted by their forever families.
Other photos by Rodger Holden Pet Photographer
Please come along to our latest fundraising event.
We are holding a Fun Dog Show at Glossop Carnival in Manor Park, Glossop. All dogs, big or small, young or old, pure breed or mongrel are welcome to bring their families along for a fun day out.
For more information about the classes and prizes download a poster with a list of classes here
A huge thank you to everyone who came along to our Fun Dog Show in Hollingworth on Sunday 7th May. £237.91 was raised in entrance fees, donations and sale of logoed pens, pencils etc.
Here are photos of the 1st placed owners and their dogs. Sincere apologies if anyone is missing and/or the names of the classes have been mixed up. Please let us know and we will correct this.
The wait is finally over for RSPCA Bury and Oldham Branch. Their new animal centre opens to the public on Sunday 14th May 2017 and they are inviting everyone to join in the celebration on the day between 12-4pm.
You will be able to view their new facilities first hand, browse their shop, meet the animals in their care who are looking for new families. You will learn about their tremendous fund raising effort and be able to support their cause. Cake and drinks will be available on the day.
The centre is in beautiful surroundings, on the fringe of Strinesdale Country Park, Map
Come along and help us to raise much needed funds. We are offering microchipping at this event or we can check your dog’s chip for you too. Registration from 12:30 pm and first class will commence at 1:30 pm. All dogs and their families are welcome.
Help the branch to raise much needed funds and have a “bella serata” with wonderful Italian food and music for all tastes. To book your tickets ring Angela on 07940 872 776.
Evening dress is optional.
“Just a quick email to let you know Fudge is settling in well. He’s well loved, cuddled and spoilt!! We adore him!! He had his second vaccination at Salford on Monday and is settling into crate training at night. We are working on toilet training and it’s still hit and miss… But know he’s only a puppy and it’s early days!! He has taken to a collar and lead well. My boys are made up with him!!
Thank you, thank you… And Thank you!!!”
One of her adopters uses a disability scooter and Millie often enjoys going for a ride when she gets tired or bored of walking alongside and recently she scared off a thief who tried to take her owner’s handbag….
what a little heroine!