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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.

JOLLEY GOOD CAKES FOR SALE......

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Saturday  27th September from 9.30am

at

Jollyes Pet Store, Wheatly Hall Road, Doncaster

Our volunteer and cakemaker extraordinaire Jo, will be waiting for you in the foyer, with her homebaked exceedingly good cakes.

An opportunity too good to miss, with all the proceeds going to NWESSR.

 

Jollyes is one of the largest chains of pet food superstores across the UK and Northern Ireland, providing a wide variety of branded pet foods, and accessories at the best prices.

So why not make the trip complete, friendly and knowledgeable Jolley staff, are always on hand, to help with anything from product advice, to picking the perfect accessories.

Many thanks to Jollyes Doncaster for providing this venue.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 September 2014 21:16
 

Volunteers required for the Charity Shop in WALLASEY in September

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NWESSR have secured the Charity shop again for September...

It is on Seaview Road in Wallasey, Merseyside and will be stocking up on Saturday 13th Septembner and open from Monday 15th to Friday 19th September.

We are looking for volunteers to help stock the shop on the Saturday and also to serve in the shop during the week as we require 4 people to serve in the shop at any one time - could you spend a day or half day to help NWESSR??

Please contact Gill Bamber on 0151 606 0454 who is organising a rota.

Dont forget ..... we also need goods to sell in the shop. If you have saleable items, please contact Gill on the telephone humber above.

 
Last Updated on Saturday, 02 August 2014 17:04
 

Morecambe Bay Walk - 2014

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The sun shone and it was warm, hooray......  What a great walk we had, 23 intrepid walkers and their assorted dogs, including Serge, a NWESSR dog who lives in France, made strides across the bay in aid of NWESSR. There were over 200 walkers in total, and we were in very safe hands, as one of the other charities taking part was Bay Rescue.

Our Guide Cedric Robinson, led us on a different route between his carefully planned out laurel branches. Our dogs were bounding around thoroughly enjoying the freedom of the sands, whilst walkers could drink in the beautiful scenery all around. We were even treated to a rainbow, but without any rain.

The River Kent was somewhere between knee and thigh deep depending how tall you were, it is great fun wading across en-masse. Most dogs swam, some got a lift from their owners. The walk this year required us to cross the river twice more, before emerging on to lovely springy grass, to lead us to the end of the walk at Kents Bank Station.

Our thanks go to Cedric Robinson for being our Guide, Eric Taylor for marshalling our NWESSR walkers, Rachel and Stephen Wannell and their dogs Billy and Cleo, who met us all at the end with a certificate. And of course, to all the people and their dogs who took part, and donated money to our charity, raising £183 on the day

You can view the pictures in our photo gallery here

Last Updated on Saturday, 30 August 2014 14:47
 

Monty Python completes Morecambe Bay Walk 2014

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Hi folks,

A huge thank you to those kind people who sponsored me, I raised £100 for my fellow Springers.

I had a brilliant day starting with that 10 minute train journey, my kind mum lifts me on, as I don't like that gap between train and platform, but otherwise its great.

It was exciting running on the beach, as we neared the River Kent, mum could see I was going to do a runner to it. She reminded me of the etiquette (Cedric, gets in first) and I was promptly put on my lead. Grrrrr.

Monty

Not to worry, it was deep enough to swim across, and I love swimming more than walking, so result.

Back at the station I got a certificate and dog biscuits from Rachel. Then it was off to the pub in Arnside, they always say it’s me that insists on going but it isn't.

Love and licks

Monty aka Python x

PS... you can see all of the photos from the walk in our photo gallery here

Last Updated on Saturday, 30 August 2014 15:03
 

Addison's Disease in Dogs

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Cleo, is a gorgeous Springer Spaniel who is looking for her forever home - she has Addison's Disease.

Addison’s is when the body does not produce enough steroid which is produced by the Adrenal glands

Some breeds are predispostioned to the disease, Standards Poodles, Great Danes and Rottweiler’s to name but a few, it is rare in English Springer Spaniels such as Cleo, who is looking for her forever home.

The signs of Addison’s can be hard to diagnose as the signs can be mistaken for many other illness’s, however, if Addison’s is not detected or comes on suddenly, the dog may go into “Addison’s Crisis. The dog will collapse and will need emergency veterinary treatment, as if left it can be fatal.

In Cleo’s (Dogs needing homes) case, Addison’s is regulated by daily oral medication. The good news is this condition does not stop Cleo enjoying life and she needs her forever home now. For more information, please read Cleo’s profile here or contact her foster Mum on 01597 860350.

You can read more about Addison's Disease in dogs and how medication helps them lead a totally normal and typical springer life here: icon Addison's Disease

 
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A request to all NWESSR dog owners. If you have moved since taking your dog from NWESSR, or are in the process of moving, please could you keep us up to date with any new contact details. You can do this by by e.mailing our Homing Officer in the contacts page.  We would like to keep in touch with all owners of NWESSR dogs and also be able to send our newsletters to you.  Thanks.