If you missed it the first time round, or would just like to come again, the next Dog First Aid Course will be held on Thursday 18th July, in the café at Tia Rescue, 11am – 1.30pm approx. Cost per person is £20, to include refreshments. To book please contact Tia on 01302 772935. Payment required at time of booking.
A blast from the past
Prior to moving to Mill Race farm
Tia Rescue lived in the remote Yorkshire Hills
Cragg Vale, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire
They had a proper snow
The beginning of the week brought us Lenny, Harvey and Faith. 3 beautiful greyhounds from the track at Doncaster.
Wednesday we had to take Patsy and Reggie to the Oakham equine hospital. Patsy came to us last year after being dumped as a baby and had two tumors that had to be removed. Reggie has recently come to us, a yearling colt, and he has problems with his waterworks. Basically, he can’t stop peeing. They couldn’t find anything really wrong so we are trying him on medication to see if it helps. We can always hope that it is something that he will grow out of, but who knows.
Wednesday also brought us Mini Monty, a 4-week old colt. They said he had been abandoned….mmm. We took him to a lovely foster home on Friday.
Saturday 2 greyhounds came in that had been dumped locally with a trainer, welcome to Tia, George and Astrid.
Sunday brought us Lola, a lovely black greyhound girl advertised on Preloved, oh yes the people that collected her gave you false details by the way. Thankfully they are Tia supporters and fetched her here.
Sunday evening on our way back home after the curry/wine run I saw a dead foal in the field at the bottom of the road. It was the same foal we caught a few weeks ago as she needed treatment for a sore bottom.
Oh, and the RSPCA have asked someone to stop watering the ponies as “they are hampering their investigation.” The same ponies that we have been looking after since February. Well at least they stuck a bit of paper on the gate….ffs
VINYASA FLOW YOGA*
Monday’s 6 pm – 7 pm at Tia Rescue. Starting Monday 15th July 2019 – Monday 19th August 2019, £5.00 per class (£30 for the whole course) – all proceeds to Tia Rescue
Ease yourself into the week and join us for a soothing Vinyasa Flow yoga practice. Starting with a short, guided meditation, to rebalance your mind ready for the week ahead, we will then flow slowly and gently through our Yoga practice, connecting our movement with our breath. We will finish with a period of calming relaxation leaving both your body and mind relaxed and recharged!
The class is perfect for everyone, including complete beginners. So, if you have ever wanted to give yoga a try but have never found the time or the confidence, please do come and join us and help raise money for the animals in Tia’s care. Places are limited so booking is essential. To book, please contact Christy at Tia on 01302 772935. Payment required at time of booking.
* Injuries & Pre-existing conditions – all participants are responsible for themselves during the class and should only move as feels comfortable for their body. If you are concerned about the suitability of yoga for any pre-existing conditions or injuries, please seek the advice of your GP or medical professional before attending.
There are still a few places left on the Adult Shire Horse Experience on Sat 22nd June, 11am to 4pm. Open to anyone over the age of 16. Cost per person £35, to include lunch and refreshments. Contact Tia Rescue on 01302 772935 to book your place (payment required at time of booking).
Also, we will be Tin Rattling at the Co-op, Kirk Sandall, Doncaster this Sat, June 8th, 10:30 am – 3:30 pm. Anyone able to join us would be most welcome especially in the morning. Your greyhound would be welcome too.
Stanton has a heart condition and will be on medication for the rest of his life.
He really needs to find a sofa.
Tia Rescue will meet his vet bills, contact Deb if you can help.
Please share, let’s get Stanton a home