• Resources

    The internet is a wealth of information – so much so that sometimes locating quality websites can be challenging. That’s why our staff has taken the time to find a few links to share with you that we think you’ll find helpful:

    Dog Trust

    Dogs Trust is Ireland’s largest dog welfare charity. In order to stop unwanted puppies and prevent straying each year they financially help over 12,500 people in need to get their dogs neutered. Through a network of over 350 vets nationwide, Dogs Trust continue to neuter over 12,000 dogs every year. Learn more about the program and how you can support the important work they do by visiting the Dogs Trust website.

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    Cats Aid

    The mission of Cats Aid is to rescue, rehabilitate and find good homes for unwanted cats on the explicit understanding that no health-recoverable cat taken in will be destroyed. They accomplish this through the establishment of a permanent shelter/sanctuary for cats. Cats Aid is also committed to the education of the general public in the care of cats with particular emphasis on the importance of spaying and neutering. Get information about the program, view lost and found animals, learn how to adopt or foster a cat in need or donate to support the cause by visiting the website.

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    The Irish Blue Cross

    For more than 50 years, the Irish Blue Cross has been treating, vaccinating and arranging surgeries for well over 600,000 small animals in the Dublin area through its mobile clinic service and subsidised welfare schemes run in co-operation with veterinary practices. Additionally, their horse ambulance service is on stand-by at all Irish race meetings. Visit the Irish Blue Cross website to learn more about this excellent program and how you can help to support it.

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    Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind

    Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind is Ireland’s national charity dedicated to helping persons who are blind or vision impaired and families of children with autism to achieve improved mobility and independence. The organization envisions a future where persons who are blind, vision impaired and disabled are able to achieve independence and dignity through world-class dog and ancillary services. The Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind website contains detailed information about their services, stories, videos, and even a retail shop.

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    Pets Behave

    The Pet Behaviour Centre specialises in solving behavioural issues with your pet, whatever the species. Their pet behaviour counselor, Jim Stephens BAHons Msc.CABC, has been awarded a Master of Science degree in Companion Animal Behaviour Conselling from Southampton University having undertaken research in canine-human relationships and the law. Visit the Pet Behaviour Centre website to learn more about their services, access helpful articles and FAQs, get up to date on news and events and even shop their retail store.

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    Tag N Rye Dog Services

    Tag N Rye Dog Services is dedicated to giving expert tuition on how to train dogs. You will be provided with an insight into your dog’s thinking and behaviour. Many behavioural problems may be eliminated or modified with the right approach. Tag N Rye Dog Services can help you with training your dog to perform all the basic exercises, general behavior, and problem solving as well as the many other problems faced with dog ownership today, such as: aggression, travelling in the car, chewing, separation anxiety problems and destructive behaviour to name but a few. Visit the Tag N Rye to learn more.

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