I hate this time of year, not for the lovely dark nights or signs of Autumn and hopefully the forthcoming winter snow, yeah i wish!! But for the bloody fireworks. Don't get me wrong i love fireworks and bonfires but i don't like what it does to the animals. I don't...
UPDATE.....Leah has found a foster home.... We're looking to help Leah, a 12-year old greyhound who through no fault of her own is looking for a new home. We really don't want her to go into kennels. Please see her story below and if you can offer her a home please...
Just over 3 years ago, three little colts were rescued from a field in Doncaster. One had already died and these poor little mites were in such a state that we literally picked them up and put them in the trailer. They were in a shocking state..Athos, Porthos and...
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DOGS FOR REHOMING
Adopting a greyhound or lurcher from Tia is the beginning of a long friendship with one of the kindest, gentlest, and quietest dog breeds you will ever find. (They are smart too: which one of you has to go to work to feed the dog….?) Greyhounds and lurchers make...
Access Rio 2.6.19 We starting to seeing younger dogs coming into the kennels and Mr Bear is the latest example. Not only young but also spectacularly short of talent. Just turned two, Mr Bear was born in Ireland and raced on only four occasions. He managed to win on...
Ballymac Tower 24.6.19 Raced down at Henlow. Artie’s final form figures read 6,6,6. Artie may have got fed up with being bumped in the race. He is here now and perking up a little bit. To Rehome me... Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tia Rescue is home to up to 100 Greyhounds and lots of Shire horses.
Tia Rescue is a Greyhound rescue centre that was set up by Deb in 1996, and became a registered charity in 2004. In recent years the rescue has extended to include endangered heavy horses
Tia receives no money from the racing industry. Despite being in existance for 25 years, the need is still ongoing so if you can hekp in any way, please do. Thank you.