October 2017 - Save our Staffies
We have a great new staffie boy in this week from the dog warden- Hector- he is 5 years old and very sociable. Hector joins Mike and Poppy who have both been with us since earlier this year. All three have different personalities but all three would make great pets with the right owners. Hatchi is coming up to nearly 2 years in the rescue- he really would benefit from a new home so if anyone who is used to the breed (Akita) and has time to spend with him comes along we would be so grateful - he is a lovely chap and deserves his own home. Thanks - please call Bob for any further information 01947 810787.
Nat has been at the rescue for a few years now and has made great friends with some of Bobs own dogs. Nat much prefers dog company to human company so we have decided to keep Nat permanently - so he will remain part of the furniture so to speak and is no longer avaiable for adoption but can still be seen guarding his territory with his pals at the rescue!
SOS - Save our Staffies
We currently have a number of gorgeous staffies and staffie crosses that need new homes and they are all fabulous dogs - very sociable and very endearing. Our most senior chap is Keeneye who has been with us for over 2 years - he desperately needs a forever home to settle into in his twilight years. Just recently we have welcomed 5 young staffies - Poppy who is around 2-3, Kacie who is 2, Wilson who is 3-4, Titch who is a liovely little chap and Mike who is a typical big lad staffie.Wilson and Titch have now found new homes but we have just had 6 more dogs arrive on Bank Holiday weekend including 2 more staffies- Colin who is a tint black and white staffie and Ray who is a big red staffie cross. The four other new additions are Bruno the Rotty, Dandy the Bedlington, Raffie and terrier cross and Trek a brindle lurcher. These are all lovely dogs and they all deserve special homes. If you can help, please call Bob on 01947 810787 - Thank you
Coast 2 Coast and Total Warrior
Tom and Claire Coates raised funds for Whitby and Scarborough Dog rescue.
We are very grateful to Claire and Tom Coates for raising money on behalf of Whitby & Scarborough Dog Rescue and thank them for facing these gruelling challenges……..
Tom did the coast to coast in a day. A 150 mile road ride from the mountainous Western Lake District, through the Yorkshire Dales, across the flat Vale of York and finally the Northern Valleys of the North York Moors, finishing by the sea in Whitby with over 4500 metres (11400 ft) of climbing.
Claire did the Total Warrior course which is 12k in distance but with obstacles including the Human BBQ, The Shocker, The Plunge, You Tube, Worm Muncher and Hang Tough (to name a few).
- wall climb
For enquiries regarding fundraising, donations, events or other general information email us at email@example.com or write to us at our office (Postal address only) Church House, Flowergate, Whitby, YO21 3BA Office tel: 01947 600190
Unfortunately we are not legally allowed to take in stray dogs off the street.
If you find a stray dog you should...
Dogs are taken in from the Dog Wardens throughout the area when
they are due to be destroyed. We also take dogs from private homes which cannot care for them any longer.
We cover the Whitby-Scarborough-Bridlington-Pickering-Malton area.
If you are interested in adopting a dog or would like more details about any of the dogs currently available for rehoming please contact Christine at Animal Crackers on 01947 810787
Or write to us at our office (N.B. Postal address only)
Church House, Flowergate, Whitby, YO21 3BA
Office tel: 01947 600190
Whitby & Scarborough Dog Rescue, Church House
Telephone: 01947 600190