We can't believe just how quickly the last year has gone and what a year it's been and we can't thank each and every one of our supporters and volunteers enough as without you none of this just wouldn't be possible.
We had always intended to do a website but it took a little while longer than anticipated but how important it's turned out to be. It's fair to say that we wouldn't have the interest, support, following or help without the website and social media.
The last 12 months since we launched the website (5th June 2016) we have seen the Rescue move at a staggering pace and continually evolve. The Facebook page has seen it's followers more than double to nearly 500, the instagram page now has over 200 followers and we've received over 30,000 hits on the website with over 60,000 page views.
We are really proud of how far the Rescue has come and how much of a difference it's made to the lives of Kerrys (and their families) in need of help and support.
Whilst we'd had some successful rehomings prior to the website going live it was only once we had launched the site that the interest in the rescue really took off. Sadly as a result so did the amount of Kerrys that needed rehoming, however at least with the rescue we can ensure that they are rehomed appropriately with love, understanding and care.
To find out more about the last 12 months and the Kerrys we've helped then please read on.......
Our Rehoming Process
We take our role in rehoming any Kerry who comes through the Rescue with the upmost respect, care and seriousness. We aim to match all of the Kerrys to be rehomed to the lifestyles and circumstances of any potential new families and pride ourselves on finding the right loving forever home for each and every dog. Our main priority is that the dog is the perfect match for any potential family to minimise the need to a dog to have to make any unnecessary adjustments.
We get a lot of interest via social media for our dogs but then sometimes we struggle to get further information from that party. We also respect that giving a Kerry up for rehoming is sometimes a heartbreaking decision for their families and so we will require any potential new family be subject to numerous checks.
We hope you understand the need for the above to ensure that any of the Kerrys who come through this Rescue have the very best chance as it will always be about the Kerry.
Please click on "Read more" (to the right) for the Kerrys the Rescue is currently rehoming.
Helping find Kerry blue terriers find loving forever homes and sharing their stories.