Friends of Airedale Rescue
Here is Lynda’s own useful selection of links to Airedale-friendly websites
In the list below you will find:
Registered Charity No 1173196.
Tel: 01291 690590
Mob: 07967 140862
Planet Airedale has been providing advice, support and friendship to Airedale owners since 2003. Share your stories, ask advice, make friends, find Airedale Terrier Breeders, help rescue Airedale Terriers, enter competitions with The Global Airedale Terrier Club… all at Planet Airedale.
Terrier S.O.S. helps Terriers in need in Europe. Their aim is to highlight and help Terriers that are in Rescues or Pounds/Perreras. Terrier SOS has a network of volunteers across Europe to help give these dogs homes and in some cases they bring dogs to the UK to find loving homes. Find out more about Terrier S.O.S.
Southwest Airedale Terrier Rescue (USA) is an all-volunteer, non-profit coalition of Airedale lovers living in Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah, all dedicated to rescuing displaced Airedale Terriers in those states. Read ‘Is an Airedale the right breed for your family’ – published online by Southwest Airedale Terrier Rescue.
Airenet Australia is a welcoming worldwide community connecting thousands of Airedale Terrier lovers through stories of love, joyfulness, adventure; providing support in times of loss and sharing the excitement of new life, through discussion of health concerns, nutrition, behaviour and education. Airenet Australia has a network of communication that enables them to support initiatives that result in rescues and adoptions – no matter in what corner of the world they find an Airedale in need. Find out more about Airenet Australia at: airedalerescue.org
Starting Over Airedale Rescue, Inc. (SOAR) was incorporated as a non-profit organization in the state of Michigan on July 2, 2009. They are an all-volunteer organization doing the work of Airedale rescue in the states of Indiana, Michigan and Ohio, USA. Find out more about SOAR by visiting their website: soar-airedale-rescue.com
Can you imagine your life without Airedales? The answer must be “No” or “ Never”. Airedale Terrier Club Of Japan is just for you, Airedale lovers.
Airedale Terrier club of Japan keeps in touch with all members through Airedale bulletins, email, E-mail news and HP.
Abbey Vets in Monmouth provide the very best clinical care for your pets, whilst not forgetting their importance in our lives as companions, family members or work colleagues. Our vets know how much your animal means to you, and choosing the right vet for both you and your pet’s needs is very important. Our motto ‘compassion, care and commitment’ is at the very heart of our work, and we think it shows. Visit Abbey Vets’ website: http://www.abbeyvets.co.uk/monmouth-surgery
Usk Vets has been part of the local community for over fifty years now. They pride themselves on being a friendly practice, with a wide range of services, committed to providing a high standard of care for your animals.
Visit Usk Vets website: uskvets.co.uk
Products, accessories and food
VetUK is an online supplier of pet food, accessories and medications. Their aim is to increase the availability and reduce the cost of pet ownership whilst maintaining the highest standards of veterinary care for both you and your pet.
Visit the VETUK website: vetuk.co.uk
Dorwest Veterinary is a leading authority on veterinary herbal medicine which they have been producing for over 60 years. They are passionate about keeping dogs and cats healthy and happy by using pharmaceutical quality herbal supplements and licensed herbal medicines. If you need advice from their friendly, knowledgeable, staff who have personal and practical experience of using their herbal products with their own animals please contact them via their website: dorwest.com
Specialist Airedale artists
Ann Curran is an artist and owner of four Airedales. She is the designer who created Lynda’s wonderful logos for Airedale Rescue. More of Ann’s work can be viewed on her website: ragtail.co.uk
Dog friendly holiday accommodation
Blaenglanhanog is a four star dog friendly self catering holiday cottage in the Cambrian Mountains. Set in mid Wales near the “Laura Ashley” village of Carno, Jeremy, Liz and Connie (the Airedale) look forward to welcoming you to Blaenglanhanog to live the ‘good-life’ in their rural cottage but stay in touch with the real world (Wi Fi available). Owned by an Airedale
Paddocks Cottages offer dog friendly self catering holiday cottage accommodation in Symonds Yat – the perfect base to explore the Wye Valley (AONB), the Herefordshire countryside and the Forest of Dean. The 5 individual cottages are located just a stone’s throw from the banks of the river Wye, separated by their own private garden and a small sparsely wooded field. A perfect holiday for you and your dog(s).
The Inn at Penallt offers dog friendly B and B accommodation. Bring your dog and come and stay in the beautiful Wye Valley. The Inn at Penallt is located between Monmouth and Chepstow and the glorious Forest of Dean is just a couple of miles away. Enjoy walking the southern end of the Wye Valley knowing that when you return in the evening, both you and your dog will be warmly welcomed.
Sentry Mead is a relaxed and friendly 5 star guesthouse offering good quality bed and breakfast accommodation in the tranquil surroundings of Totland Bay on the Isle of Wight. Sentry Mead is also perfect for those wishing to bring their dog on holiday with an all-year dog-friendly section of beach and Turf Walk right opposite for a quick walk.
The Beechwood Hotel and Restaurant provides a friendly and informal holiday atmosphere. With seventeen comfortable and well-appointed bedrooms and a creative head chef sourcing produce from local farms and Cromer fishermen, Beechwood makes an ideal touring base for the North Norfolk coast, Norwich and the Broads. Owned by two Airedales !
The Headland is a family (and Airedale) owned hotel in Cornwall offering outstanding service in a stunning coastal location. Dogs are welcome – even wet and sandy ones, as long as they are well-behaved! Dog bowls, a blanket, food and some yummy treats are provided. There’s a small charge of £15 per dog, per night. But with miles of sandy beach for them to run along it’s well worth it.