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Evesham
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Evesham Greyhound & Lurcher Rescue
The EGLR Dog Show is back

Sunday 25th May 2014 will see the renewal of the EGLR Fun Dog Show. The event is being held at Ellenden Farm Shop, Evesham Rd, Harvington, Nr Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 8LU & is open to all breeds of dogs.

Show opens at 10.30 a.m. with judging commencing at 11.30 a.m. There will be 16 classes, being held in 2 rings, with a £1 entrance fee per class. Rosettes for 1st to 5th place, with goodie bag & trophy in addition for 1st place.

In the Child Handler (16 years old & under) class, a rosette will be awarded to every entrant. There will be an agility demonstration by Just4Dogs & some EGLR dogs.

There will also be: Have-a-go Agility, Dog Dash, Charity and Trade stalls, Refreshments & a Show Photographer.

There will be ample parking at the event & admission on the day is free. A fun day for all the family!  There will also be a food bin & a bedding bin, so any contributions you could bring along with you would be very gratefully received.

For further information, please have a look at our facebook events page Click Here or download our Event Poster or give us a ring on

01454 600764 or 07735 961260; email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it For details of our Schedule of Classes please. Click here

We gratefully acknowledge donations from:

Fish4dogs;   Harringtons;   Arden Grange;   Milgi Coats;   Dog-Games Shop;   Beautiful Dogs;   Nellie Doodles;   Just4Dogs;  Roz Greening  Deltapoint Services Naturediet Pet Foods Ltd

Jan & André Auger; Bridge House (Residential Home)

Please note: Ellenden Farm Shop is on the B4088 – from experience we are aware that some satnav's do have a problem with the postcode & can take you off course & so we would suggest that you have a quick look at an online map just to check.

 
Wilma's Story

WilmaWilma was so pitiful to see and heartbreaking. This little female lurcher was so emaciated and in a terrible state. She has pressure sores protruding from her bones and scabs all over her body and ears.

No words can I find to say yet again how I feel about the abhorrent treatment of such a precious little soul, Wilma your life starts now and we promise you will never go hungry be in pain or be without warmth or love every again.

Wilma has been with the rescue for several weeks now and is doing really well. She is still a bit underweight but is now full of life and enjoys running and playing with the other dogs in her foster home. She stands around 22 inches to the shoulder and has the most amazing eyes. This special little girl deserves a wonderful new forever home.

Have a look at her full profile photos on her dogs to adopt page.

 
Squirrel's Story

SquirrelSquirrel is one of those dogs that really shouldn't be with us, as just a few weeks ago he was found after being hit by a lorry at the side of the road. By some miracle he had only suffered superficial wounds that, after a week in the vets, he was making a good recovery from.

Just then when things were looking up for him, he was struck down by the deadly Parvo Virus. This already bruise and battered lad had to fight for his life again. He spent another 2 weeks in the vets and things were very touch and go at times and we thought that he might not have the strength to make it though but once again by some miracle this amazing boy found the will to survive.

After 2 weeks of fighting Parvo, the disease left him completely depleted and not a ounce of fat left on his body, he would need a huge amount of love and dedication from his foster mum to get him back on his paws and feeling better.

Squirrel is slowly gaining weight and we hope that he will soon be ready for re-homing, this very special boy will be looking for a extra special home so please for more information please call Pip or Linda.

 
Update on Jamilah

Jamilah Well from the terrible state she came to us in look at her now! Jamilah as you can see from her picture below is now looking fantastic and is looking for her forever home so please do have a look on our dogs to adopt page to see her full profile and if you think you could give her a forever home please do give Pip or Linda a call.

 
HELP PLEASE

Big ask for help from all of you, could you choose one of our dogs looking for there forever home and post anywhere you can to all your friends and family and ask them to share as well, I am sorry to say we have three dogs going into kennels because we have no foster homes free and two lurchers were put to sleep because we couldn't take them in.

Thank You

Pip xxxxx

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