We have been working with The Veterinary Centre for the past 3 years as our primary vet for any daycare procedures. They have continued to work exceptionally hard in keeping Dog Days a priority for health checks and in the unusual event of a medical emergency. The Veterinary Centre have been caring for Pets for over 60 years making them one of the longest standing vets in Glasgow. www.vetcentre.co.uk
Stirling’s Premier Doggy Day Care Safe Paws. Licensed Dog Day Care by Scottish Industry, Doggy Day Care Pioner Shirley MacMillan. Safe Paws has been open for 4+ years, with super reports from all that visit. www.safepaws.co.uk
The SPCA is a Scottish based charity which encourages kindness to animals. This wonderful charity’s aim is to is to find mistreated and abandoned animals a new safe and loving home. They work to prevent cruelty to animals and make the public aware of signs of distress and possible neglect. The SPCA receive no government or lottery funding and rely on public donations.
Please visit www.scottishspca.org to register and donate.Any amount you can offer will go a long way to help them continue their vital work rescuing and rehoming abused, abandoned and injured animals in Scotland.
Please note although the SPCA and RSPCA are similar charities they are two separate charities and the RSPCA are unable to help animals in Scotland.
The Dogs Trust was founded in 1891. Being the largest welfare charity in the UK their mission is to provide dogs with a safe and secure ‘forever’ home. With a huge amount of love and determination the Dogs Trust had a record breaking year in 2013 caring for 16,879 dogs across their 19 rehoming centres. It is our job to support this wonderful charity and give these dogs a safe and secure home.
Visit www.dogstrust.org.uk for further information or to donate. All donations are welcome and go a long way to helping give these dogs their forever homes.
There are some truly amazing statistics from the Dogs Trust website which just goes to show what a fantastic job they do there: 123 years since formed, 20 centres nationwide, 15,239 Dogs admitted last year and 14,895 Dogs rehomed last year. Please continue to show your support.