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Welcome to NWESSR
Registered Charity No. 1076924

NWESSR are seeking loving homes for some very special Springers. If you have experience of Springers or a similar breed and you feel that you could adopt and care for one of our dogs or wish to learn more about NWESSR then please read on.

NWESSR 2015 Calendar ..... still some available

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Calendars are priced at just £9.50 each, which includes P&P, and contain photos of gorgeous Springers on every month of the year with a further selection on the front cover. All dogs featured were selected from the competition held earlier in the year.

View the gallery containing the calendar photos  

http://www.englishspringerrescue.org.uk/index.php?option=com_ice&Itemid=113&catid=53#IceGallery

You can find the order form here:

2015 Calendar Cards Order Form

 

 

Last Updated on Thursday, 08 January 2015 22:28
 

DONATIONS.... THANK YOU

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We have received many generous donations recently, which NWESSR and its dogs are extremely grateful to receive.

Thank you also to those people who have ordered calendars and cards and 'rounded up' the amount they have sent 

NWESSR are also delighted to say that the Grand Xmas Facebook Auction organised by Vicki, our webmaster, raised a WHOPPING £1451.00... there were some amazing donations and we would like to thank everyone who donated and bid on the items.

Thank you once again to everyone who has donated in whichever way.


Last Updated on Thursday, 08 January 2015 22:22
 

ARCHIE... lost dog in CW12

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We have been contacted by a member of the public in a bid to find their lost Springer Spaniel. Although not a NWESSR dog, we are happy to publicise.

• ARCHIE

• MALE, NEUTERED

• 2 YEARS OLD...

• MICROCHIPPED

• BLACK AND WHITE SPRINGER SPANIEL

• MISSING SINCE 22 OCTOBER 2014 in Congleton, CW12

  OWNER WILL PAY A SUBSTANTIAL REWARD FOR HIS SAFE RETURN

If sighted please contact Sylvia on 07733-032136

  You can view the doglost poster with more info here:

http://www.doglost.co.uk/poster.php?dogId=77082#.VFiVpWwqXIU


Last Updated on Thursday, 08 January 2015 22:26
 

NWESSR needs volunteers...

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NWESSR are always looking for Volunteers to help with successfully finding the right homes for our much beloved breed. It doesn’t matter how little or how much time you can give, this will always be appreciated by the dogs that are in need.

For new owners or previous NWESSR owners who are unsure if they would like to take on another rescue? ……. Short term fostering might be for you, fostering can be an overnight stay to staying until they have found their forever home; the choice is down to the individual and all Vets treatment and medical needs are taken care for by NWESSR. All we ask in return is that you can give us a fortnightly or weekly report on how the dog is doing and if you have any concerns - this can be done via email or with a computer friendly report which will be available on the website.

Research has suggested that dogs who are surrendered into rescue and go into a home environment adjust far better than dogs placed in a kennel environment. The home environment reduces the stress and regular exercise, interaction with people and showing the dog structure, love and give a cuddle can only be a positive experience for the dog.

This is what some of the NWESSR foster carers have said about fostering;

“What I like about short term fostering is the different dogs I welcome into my home, sometimes it is anxious, fretful and distressed, but after a few days they settle down and then their personalities start to come out and their individuality starts to shine through.

The best of all is when the new owners meets the dog and both go away very happy for a bright future”. James Roscoe short term fosters

“We chose to do short-term fostering to provide a temporary home whist the dog is waiting for their forever home. All our foster dogs have been very different and every single one make you laugh at some point during their stay. But when they go off to their new homes for us that’s the most rewarding part”. Vicki and Pete short term fosters.

“Fostering is a very rewarding experience to watch a springer that lacks confidence, to become a happy confident dog, going to their forever home”. Rachel and Stephen Wannell

NWESSR are also looking for volunteers in other areas, including pre-adoption checks, dog taxis and assisting with surrendering. All of these roles are invaluable to the everyday running of NWESSR.

Do you have any ideas on how to raise funds or to promote NWESSR, or would like to volunteer? If you feel you can only spare a few hours why not come along to next year’s major event … our Fun day which is being held on June 28th 2015 and you could help us in the smooth running of this NWESSR major fundraising event.

If you would like know more please contact the Volunteer coordinator via email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or by phone on 01597 860350.

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 14 January 2015 16:43
 

Jo's home-made dog treats ........ RESULT!!

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 Jo, of the 'fantastic home-made cakes fame' had a stall at the Christmas craft fair on Saturday 6th December at Doncaster Deaf Trust on Ledger Way in Doncaster, selling natural and wholesome hand-made dog treats.

We would like to say a HUGE thank you to Jo and Paul  who made a whopping £120 for NWESSR...

Last Updated on Tuesday, 09 December 2014 15:38
 
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Newsflash

There have been reports of Parvovirus in area's of the North West and East Lancashire. Please be aware if your dogs show any signs of being unwell. Seek your vets advice if your dog has diarrhoea (often containing blood), as well as vomiting and dehydration. Please check that your dogs vaccinations are up to date.

This disease can be fatal and prevention is the best way.