News at RSDR UK
Due to changes in the law, the requirement for dogs entering the UK from January 2012 to remain in quarantine for 6 months will no longer apply. Dogs will still have to have their rabies injection, but in line with much of Europe, this means that they will be able to travel under the PET passport scheme after 3 weeks. This is great news for RSDR as it will mean that some of our lovely dogs will be able to adopted here in the UK!
In preparation for these changes, we have appointed a new Adoptions Coordinator, Mandy Spicer. Mandy will be dealing with all enquiries from those wishing to adopt a dog, including arranging home checks and ongoing support. We are also looking for people who can offer temporary foster homes; this helps to increase the chances of the dogs being adopted as they get used to family life, learn basic manners and house training and can be visited by prospective new owners.
If you are interested in adopting or fostering one of our dogs, please contact Mandy on RSDRadoptUK@yahoo.co.uk
New drop off point
As well as heading up the UK adoption team, Mandy has kindly offered to receive donated items for RSDR at her home. These items will then be transported down to the south coast where they will be collected by our pet transport company and taken over to Bulgaria.
We already have another collection point on the south coast for smaller items, however if you have heavy or bulky items to donate and live in or can deliver them to Norfolk, then Mandy will be willing to accept them for you.
Please email Julie on firstname.lastname@example.org for either address.
Accounts now available
RSDR UK audited accounts for year ending March 2011 are now available. If you are interested in that kind of stuff, please email Julie on email@example.com for a copy.
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