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RHU Rescues>Evesham Greyhound and Lurcher Rescue
blue2you 17:46 1st September 2009
Name Of Rescue:Evesham Greyhound and Lurcher Rescue
Website of rescue:www.lurcher.org.uk
Where rescue is based:nationwide but based out of evesham
Where rescue rehome to:All over the country
Is Rescue breed specific? if so and if not please explain?:All greyhounds & Lurcher
Do you neuter all animals before leaving for forever homes where applicable? please explain either way:almost all are done apart from youngster aggreements have to be completed if not spayed when they leave the rescue
If applicable do you always vaccinate?:yes
If applicable do you always worm/flea treat:yes
If applicable do you microchip?:where possible
Do you provide insurance when rehoming to new owners?:no
Will you always take the animal back no matter what?if not please explain under what circumstances etc: All dogs are contracted to us for the rest of the dogs life
Rough 'donation' guide per animal please also explain what this involves:minimum donation of 65
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Shele2012 23:28 6th March 2012
Blue2you is from EGLR who used to post on here, but below are the full details

Name Of Rescue:Evesham Greyhound and Lurcher Rescue

Website of rescue:www.lurcher.org.uk/.

Where rescue is based (Town, County):Nationwide

Where rescue rehome to:Nationwide

Type of animal(s) Rescue deals with: Dogs

Is Rescue breed specific? Please explain either way:Lurchers and Greyhound

Do you neuter all animals before leaving for forever homes where
applicable? Please explain either way:yes where possible if pups we request
owners to provide evidence of when this done when the dogs are old enough

Do you always home check?:yes

If applicable do you always vaccinate?:yes

If applicable do you always worm/flea treat?:yes

If applicable do you microchip?:yes

Do you provide insurance when rehoming to new owners?:no

Will you always take the animal back no matter what? If not please
explain under what circumstances etc:yes

Rough 'donation' guide per animal, please also explain what this
involves: 75.00 covers the above
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Fireflycottage 19:45 10th March 2012
Erm....there seem to be some mistakes in the update here!

The EGLR website is www.lurcher.org.uk.

www.lurcher.org will take you to lurcherlink.

(note from admin - updated in post above, thanks )

And the rescue is based near Evesham, Worcestershire, although dogs are fostered all over.

It's a great rescue. I've fostered and rehomed with them for years. A great team and a great attitude.
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Shele2012 15:00 16th March 2012
All details are correct in the top form
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rachelparnell 17:04 4th August 2012
Hi I am new to RHU & just trying to find my way around!

I adopted my carrie from EGLR 3 1/2 years ago & started fostering for EGLR in April last year (2011) & the current foster dog on the sofa is the 16th injust under 16 months & I am loving every minute of it.

In May this year I became the transport & home-check co-ordinator for EGLR & blue2you suggested that I register on this site in order to help other rescue's & when needed to possibly seek help for our rescue.

Therefore I am kindly requesting Rescue Staff or helper status on this site. As I am unsure of the difference between 'staff' & 'helper' I will leave it to you to decide on which & hope that what I have written above gives you enough information.

Many thanks,
Rachel

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Jod 18:13 5th August 2012
Hi Rachel Welcome to RHU. I've now switched you to Rescue Staff for EGLR. If you have any queries feel free to ask, also our 'useful information' page should answer any basic questions: http://forum.rescuehelpersunite.co.u...hread.php?t=30

Thanks
Jo
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Dusty dog 21:05 30th January 2013
Name Of Rescue: Evesham Greyhound and Lurcher rescue

Website and/or contact details of rescue: www.lurcher.org.uk/

Where rescue is based (Town, County): Evesham

Where rescue rehome to: country wide

Type of animal(s) Rescue deals with dogs

Is Rescue breed specific? Please explain either way: predominately lurchers and greyhounds but occasionally other dogs in need

Do you neuter all animals before leaving for forever homes where applicable? Please explain either way: yes

Do you always home check?: yes

If applicable do you always vaccinate?: yes

If applicable do you always worm/flea treat?: yes

If applicable do you microchip?: yes

Do you provide insurance when rehoming to new owners?: no

Will you always take the animal back no matter what? If not please explain under what circumstances etc: yes

Rough 'donation' guide per animal, please also explain what this involves:

Can RHU staff/volunteers contact you about animals needing rescue backup that have been posted in our 'backup needed' section?:

Other information (optional):
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