Christmas plants to keep away from your pets (28th November 2018)

CTRF secretary Chris Roberts would like to remind us pet owners that there are some Christmas items that are unsafe for our pets.? Some of these are as follows:

Paws A while Newsletter Autumn 2018

Paws A while Autumn Newsletter from Clan Cairn (Scotland) Clan Cairn (CTRF Scotland) has produced their brand new Newsletter which has been compiled and designed by Corra and Richard. They have have done a wonderful job giving it a new look, presentation, style and title. Click here for the Paws A while Autumn Newsletter Future: The Spring

Parvovirus in the North East (16th October 2018)

A reminder about the importance of vaccination for Parvovirus: Vets are reporting an outbreak of Parvovirus in Darlington/Bishop Auckland and Redcar. Further information can be found here: Outbreak of deadly dog disease parvovirus in Darlington, Bishop Auckland and Redcar.   * Posted 16th October 2018.

Eastenders star puts up her paws in care home (14th October 2018)

Eastenders fans may remember Betty, Pauline Fowlers Cairn Terrier. She was by her side in the programme for four years until Pauline’s fictional death in 2006. Betty is now 15 years old and her 85 year old owner, Gwen Davies feared that she would have to give her up following a move into a retirement

A date for your diary – CTRF Fun Day 2019

Cairn Terrier Relief Fund Fun Day 2019 Next year the Cairn Terrier Relief Fund Fun Day will be a very special one. It will be fifty years since the CTRF came into being. The event will be held at the same venue but will be on Saturday instead of the usual Sunday. Here are the

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