The Cairn Terrier Relief fund is administered by these Trustees who all work as volunteers for the charity. Each Trustee is a member of at least one of the recognised Cairn Terrier breed clubs, and all have considerable experience with and knowledge of the breed. There are 6 UK Cairn Terrier Breed Clubs, and all of them whole-heartedly support the Cairn Terrier Relief Fund. Each Club is allowed to have a maximum of three Trustees representing them and the Club Committee nominates them to become a Trustee. It is then the CTRF Board of Trustees’ decision to elect them. The election takes place at the Trustees’ Meeting, which is usually held in late spring each year.
The Cairn Terrier Relief Fund is a charity registered in the UK which rescues Cairn Terriers that have been abandoned, ill treated or neglected, or assists Cairns whose owners have become unable to look after them due to misfortune or disability. Being totally voluntary we rely on your donations and bequests. Please help us to continue our work.
Here is the schedule & rosettes/prizes for the dog show to be held at our Fun Day next month 😀 Some fun categories there for you and your dog to enjoy <3 Click on each photo below to see the full page. ... See MoreSee Less
14th Aug - 14 year old Archie is with the Pineapple Pet Sanctuary in the West Midlands. He is in need of a new home. click on the link below for more informationFOR ADOPTION 😍
Archie, 14yr old cairn type terrier, has now been back for nearly 2wks and as of yet not put a foot wrong!! He's mixing with 10 other dogs, varying size, age and breed, inhouse crazy children and just pootles around!! We have non of the behaviour he did in home with Tess or with Jill, all we've had is typical terrier ankles on way out by a stranger 😅 our old girl Trixie was a demon for that!!! He is on skullcap and valerian which may or may not be helping, so inclined to think it's not dementia it's attention jealousy in home? First few nights he had his own room just incase but last week he's slept in lounge with the others and me, and I've been up and down at all hours not seen an ounce of aggression, attention is obviously shared not on him alone he's part of a pack. If back as a solo dog it may reassert itself so must be prepared incase to have a seperate bedtime room. He is a lovely old boy and actually no real bother, likes to wander. sunbathe and siesta xx ... See MoreSee Less