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Hand made wooden hounds

Wooden hounds 2Our very talented supporters, Helen and Simon, have come up with some lovely littleWooden hounds wooden hounds in 3 different sizes that can be ordered from them. You can send them photos of your hound and they will paint the hound in their general colours. Or just ask for a selection of colours. They will make super presents at all times of the year as well as great Christmas presents. The smaller ones are perfect as tree decorations.

Prices are: £5 for the large size, £4.00 for the medium size and £3.50 for the small size. You can buy a set of 6 small ones for £15.00. All prices are plus postage and packaging of £4. (A single hound may be cheaper to post. Please contact Helen & Simon direct for postage prices).  Click on pictures to enlarge.

Contact Helen and Simon on wampy1@hotmail.co.uk for more details.

Trailhound Welfare Calendar 2015

Calendar 2015Lakeland Trailhound Welfare Calendar 2015.

Available for £11 plus £1 postage.  Full colour, featuring photographs of many of the trailhounds that we have rehomed.  Order yours today –  why not order an extra one for a Christmas gift? If you would like to place an order, please email Caroline at cce.allen@googlemail.com

We will have calendars for sale at our meet up on 6th December. ALL CALENDARS NOW SOLD

Donations – thank-you

The Borders Hound Trailing Association very kindly put on a trail for Lakeland Trailhound Welfare on 19th October 2014 at Sandale and raised £150. Many thanks for your support. Border HTA

October 2013. Many thanks for the BHTA for their donation of £210.

November 2012. Many thanks to the Borders Hound Trailing Association for a £155 donation.

Cabby Luxford wall plaques

Cabby Luxford plaques

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Wall plaqueIf you are looking for an unusual present, have a look at these beautiful wall plaques by Cabby Luxford. They are individually crafted and can be made to your specifications and painted in your hound colours. You can choose your own wording and even have more than one dog on the plaque (prices may vary if you opt for more than one dog per plaque). Please contact Cabby for more details.

The full on face ones are £21 and the side view ones are £18. Plus postage. Ones ordered with trailhounds on will result in a £5 donation to Trailhound Welfare.

For more details, please contact Cabby via her website HERE

 

Fundraising & volunteers – we need your help!

HELPERS NEEDED IN CUMBRIA  Do you live in Cumbria and would you be willing to help out with our fundraising? We do street collections, market stalls and car boot sales and always need helpers. Please contact Sue.

COLLECTION BOXES If you know anywhere that will take one of our collection boxes, please let us know. All money we raise goes directly to helping hounds into good retirement homes.

VOLUNTEERS  We are looking for volunteers for home checking, transport runs and fundraising events. If you would like to be added to our database please contact Sue.

DONATING ITEMS FOR US TO SELL  We do regular car boot sales and tombolas to help raise funds. We are in desperate need of: books, bric-a-brac, soft toys, dog toys and dog related items. We can collect from Worcestershire and Cumbria (or anywhere in between!). Please let us know if you have anything you would like to donate. Feel free to drop off any donations at shows where we have a stall. Thank-you. If you are able to offer any help please email Sue at trailhoundwelfare@hotmail.co.uk or call: 01697 478383 or 07773 252350 Adding your name will not put you under any obligation to do anything if it is not convenient to you.

Running for dogs on 19th October 2014

Please support trailie owner, Jane Craven, who once again is raising money for Worcestershire Animals Rescue Shelter and Trailhound Welfare.  She is running at the Bupa Great Birmingham Run 2014 on the 19th October 2014. In October 2013 Jane did a half marathon to raise funds for  WARS and Trailie Welfare. If you click on the link below, it will take you to the Just Giving page. Although it only mentions WARS, Jane has made an arrangement with them that half the money raised will sponsor the next Trailhounds that we send there (as we always make a donation per hound towards the cost of neutering etc). Jane & Richard have 2 trailhounds, Ben and Zak, that give them immense pleasure.

Please support Jane by donation via the Just Giving page. CLICK HERE TO DONATE

We are very pleased to announce that Jane completed her run and raised a total of £161 for Trailhound Welfare and WARS. Well done, and thank you so much for your support.

Thank you to Alan Wills

Alan Wills from Cumbria has been a supporter and made regular donations to Trailhound Welfare for a number of years. His donations have helped us to get many hounds into retirement homes. Alan has enjoys watching trails from vantage points on the fells. However, he has a confession to make –  he has admitted that he has usually walked straight up onto the fells from the nearest bus stop, and not paid his entrance fee to the trail field! Alan hopes that his “debt” of over 20 years to trailing has been covered by his donations to Trailhound Welfare.  He has been very generous and his latest donation of £200 has already been put to very good use with essential vet bills and rehoming costs this weekend.

Cold Fell Hound Show July 2014

Our supporters turned out in force for a hound show put on at the Cold Fell Hound Trailing Festival. The event raised over £700 for Trailhound Welfare.

MORE DETAILS HERE

Microchipping and dog tags

Microchipping

Did you know that from April 2016 in England (& March 2015 in Wales) it will be a legal obligation for your dog to be microchipped. Dogs Trust are doing FREE chipping events and are offering FREE chipping at participating vets all over the country. You will also be required legally to keep the chip details up to date.  For more details, visit www.chipmydog.org.uk

Pet tags

Did you also know that legally, you are required to have a tag on your dog in a public place with your name and address on? There are certain working dog exceptions but it applies to pet owners. Most dogs that end up in a council pound, requiring a fee to release it, have been picked up by a member of the public who rings the dog warden because they don’t know who else to return the dog to because it is not wearing a tag. An ID tag on your dog will probably ensure that it is returned to you without it going to council kennels. Click picture to enlarge.

Pandy & Zach do the South Downs

Hi Folks. Pandy, and her partner in crime, Zach here. With our begging bowl. Trying to raise some cash for Trailhound Welfare. Thanks to all you lovely humans and hounds who have already donated. In June we are running and jogging South Downs Way. Seven days of romping over the hills – it’s a hard life!  100 miles in total! We have sincerely promised our humans to be well behaved. All our walks are scored on a Pandymonium scale, 0 being angelic and 10 being the opposite. Never had a 10, but I’ve had a few eights! We’re aiming for a PandyMonium score no more than 3 per day. And that’s the real challenge! Heh heh. If you would like to donate to our cause, please visit You Caring.

Pandy and Zach raised an amazing £250 for Trailhound Welfare. Thanks guys, go and put your paws up before starting your next adventure!