Springer Rescue for Scotland is a Registered Scottish Charity which helps rescue and rehome Springer Spaniels across Scotland and provides support and education for owners and families. You can find out more about what we do and meet some of our dogs at our website http://springerrescuescotland.org/ .
Dogs Day Out, Glamis Castle, Sunday 7th August 2016, 10:00-16:00
SRS has a stall at this event.
Drop by and say hello!
SRS Fun Day, Vogrie Park, Midlothian, Sunday 24 July 2016, 12 noon – 4pm
Lots of events, demos and stalls.
All breeds welcome.
Come and join the fun!
Hi, my name is Harvey and I am a 5 year old liver and white springer boy. I am
looking for an experienced, quiet home with no children. I can be a bit nervous
meeting new people so I need someone who will continue the work to build up my
confidence. I have lived with another dog in foster care and we got on fine but
I am happier when I am on my own as I don’t have to share the cuddles.
Unfortunately I will chase farm livestock and also cats. I travel nicely in the
car as this usually means that we are going walking in nice places. I pull a bit
on the lead when I get excited but my foster Mum is working on this. I have good
recall and don’t like you out of my sight. I would prefer to have someone at
home most of the time but I can be left on my own for a couple of hours. Could
you be that special someone I am looking for, I hope so?
For more details contact: email@example.com
Hi, my name is Lennon and I’m approximately nine years of age. I’m looking for a forever home where I can relax and enjoy comfort in my later years. I have been staying with my humans for a few months now and as much as I love spending time with my carers, I would be much happier sharing a couch with a new family. I would be best suited with someone who has experience of owning dogs as I have a few issues that need worked on. Read more…
Gypsy and Oscar
Gypsy and Oscar are a bonded pair of almost 8-year-old Springers, more Mr and Mrs than brother and sister, who have been together since the age of 4 months and are to be re-homed together.
Gypsy is full of life and a determined little lady despite losing her front left leg at the age of 4 months after an unfortunate accident. She doesn’t want any pity just to be treated the same as any other dog, although she may tire quicker on 25% less running power. She is fully house trained, and walks close to heel, stay and has good recall. Although excited in a new environment initially pulls but soon settles down. Read more…
Hi my name is Luke and I am 10 years young! Ever since my owner passed away a few yeas ago – I have found life to be quite difficult and I have never quite settled into family life as a result. I have therefore needed a prolonged period to adjust to my new family life. My foster mum says I do not look my age and I try not to act it however my body is beginning to tell me different – I have arthritis in my back legs that causes me to limp however do not be fooled – I do not let this get in the way of me enjoying the smells of the great outdoors and enjoying my walks. It certainly does not deter me from running up and down the stairs or jumping up to get lots of cuddles. I walk very well on a slip lead – which my foster mum says is very impressive for a spaniel! Read more…
SRS will have a stall at this popular event:
Glasgow Vet School Rodeo, 12 April 2104, 11am – 5pm, Vet School, Bearsden Road, Glasgow
Lots of activities for all the family. Drop by and say hello!
This is Mac, a very lively 8 year old who just loves the water. When Mac came to us he had never been given any boundaries and as a result he had no patience and growled if he didn’t get his own way immediately. Mac has made great progress in foster care and is learning to sit and wait for his food and to get his lead on for walks, but he needs a very special home who will continue his training and be consistent in setting boundaries so that he develop his full potential. Mac is very interested in any sort of livestock so he would be better in an urban home Read more…