ECDTC CLUB NEWS FEBRUARY 2018









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ECDTC CLUB NEWS FEBRUARY 2018

Charity Donations

Dogs For Good: Michael and his Assistance Dog, Oscar received a cheque for £1,500

The Christmas Raffle raised £210.00 which was donated to Jade from StreetVet

The Bottle Tombola raised £132.00 which will start the Donations for our 2018 Charity, StreetVet

Thank you

Christmas Gifts were awarded to the following valued Volunteers who give their time to help make the club so popular and successful.

Carole Finlay, Tim Stevens, Ria Kollar, Susan Mullins, Christine Seddon, Chris Hack, Sue Aspinall, Barbara Knight, Sarah Mence, Jenny Knight, Anne & Andy Higgins and Lucy Hall

Up and coming events

45th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Tuesday, 27 February, 2018 at 7.30pm
St. Stephen’s Church Hall (Small Hall)

All members are welcome to attend (sorry, no dogs allowed) 

Refreshments will be served from 7.30pm – the meeting will start at 8.00pm

Crufts 2018 will be held on 8th – 11th March 2018. Tickets are now on sale. 

Buy Tickets Here

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING DOGS & HANDLERS ON ACHIEVING GOOD CITIZEN AWARDS

Our Charity for 2018: StreetVet

ABOUT THE CHARITY

Homelessness is a growing problem in the UK and an increasing number of homeless people have dogs. The bond between many homeless people and their dogs is profound and the health and wellbeing of their canine companions is often a major priority for their owners.

Life on the streets makes it difficult to the access fundamental vet care required to ensure the health and vitality these dogs deserve. StreetVet is a registered practice with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and has been established by a dedicated team of professional vets and veterinary nurses to bring that essential care to homeless people and their dogs across the capital. Together the StreetVet team take their experience out onto the streets of London, seeking out people and their dogs living rough, and delivering care and support required to ensure their combined wellbeing.

Combined with the critical support of a host of renowned organisations backing our team of qualified professionals, StreetVet is changing the future for homeless dogs who may otherwise have to go without the care they need and deserve.

http://www.streetvet.co.uk/

 

Very sad to report that the following wonderful dogs have gone over The Rainbow Bridge

 


 

Christine Lismore’s Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Max


Nancye Piper’s Greyhound Rosie

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