The beach walk on Sunday

If anyone needs anything bringing please let me know.

Waterproof dog coats, Tia hoodies, rubber leads, muzzles, poo bags…

Thanks Deb

Miss Butterfingers fund raises for Tia

Miss Butterfingers fund raises for Tia

What a weekend we have had! On Friday we hosted our first Bistro evening to raise money for Tia Greyhound Rescue and we had an amazing night! Lovely homemade food, perfect company and fun games ❤️ I would like to thank everyone for all the tombola and raffle prizes that were lovingly donated, everyone who entered them and to everyone who came on the night!
A special thank you to Lindsay Wright for making us the gorgeous Snowy dog to help us raise more money 🐶
💕I would also like to thank Helen and Debbie for all your help preparing and hosting for the evening I couldn’t have done it without you and you have done Miss B’s proud 💕
Finally the big total!……together we raised an amazing amount of £470.00 for Tia Greyhound Rescue! ⭐️
Thank you so much everyone!

Gemma doing so well in her new home

Gemma doing so well in her new home

Gemma returning to Tia House of Hounds with her new best friend Betsy.
They shared a doggy broth, Gemma did a meet and greet then her Mum and dad had a big breakfast, a hound walk around the orchard followed by farm-made apple pie and custard. A great place to visit any day of the week.
Gemma is weighing 22.5 kg, fantastic dedication and 3 hourly feeding have almost doubled her weight, since the bleak days when she first arrived at Tia Rescue.
Today the sun is shining and so is Gemma with her new life.
Tia rescue works please continue to support and share

Ava recovering

Ava recovering

Please share and donate if you can towards Ava and her care
Text DOGS42 to 70070 and enter £10
Ava is a beautiful blond lurcher with big paws, a waggy tail, and deep dark eyes.
She came so very close to dying and thanks to the endeavors, love, and determination of Tia Rescue she has a future. Further details of her plight and fight for life
When Ava came from the stray kennel 2 weeks ago it was clear that she wasn’t well. Two days later she was rushed up to Donaldson’s vets in Maple Street, it was coming out of both ends. They have a look parvo dogs… I have seen it all too often. After tests, it was confirmed that she has in fact contracted the dreaded parvovirus. It was Friday morning and the drug we needed couldn’t be got until Monday. It is very expensive and not generally stocked in many practices. I started ringing around. There was one shot at Friendly Animal Clinic and thanks to Zoe who got it into a taxi and off to the vets at Maple Street. There were 2 shots at Calder Vets in Dewsbury and thanks to Martin who collected them and got them to Maple Street. It took her a week and a whole lot of care, and a massive amount of money, but she is back home at Tia.
Thanks to everyone involved. Without the Tia family, it could have been a very different outcome….Deb

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