By now we are probably all aware that supermarket plastic bags will no longer be free. Happily, CTRF have a great way of helping you to carry your shopping home at minimal cost and which will also help our funds.
Hop over to our eBay shop, using the logo at the bottom of this page and you will see some lovely colourful shopping bags complete with the CTRF logo.
Hurry while stocks last!! Thank you everyone who has already purchased calendars, your support is appreciated. They make excellent Christmas presents for anyone who loves the breed <3 www.ebay.co.uk/itm/224668559867... See MoreSee Less
CAIRN TERRIER RESCUE CALENDAR. The CTRF very much relies on donations to fund the cost to rescue & care for Cairn Terriers in need. These funds are crucial to the rescue work & make our actions possib...
UPDATE - Lady a 5 year old Cairn Terrier was with Many Tears Rescue. She was in Carmarthenshire . She wasn’t with our rescue, we shared her here on our page to widen her audience..Denise saw her and the rest is history!! Thank you Denise for the update . She travelled 4 hours to meet Lady with her hubby, Bree and Bertie. Hoping they would all get on together. Well they did all get along and Jaydee ( was Lady ) is settling in very well. Lady is now called Jaydee and we all hope she gets better withouot the need for an operation, fingers and paws crossed <3 ""Little Jaydee out in her pushchair today having to only walk for ten minutes each day until we go back to vets about crucial ligament on back knee . Hopefully it will correct itself if not I think it will be an opp, she’s such a sweet heart So hoping and praying it won’t need that. She so enjoyed her walk today, not so much in the pushchair she wants to get out and walk with Bree and Bertie xx "" ... See MoreSee Less
26th November - In need of a new home - 9 year old Ronnie is with the Dogs Trust Liverpool. For more info or to apply please click on his photo below to take you to their website.This is what they say about him <3 Little Ronnie has been through the mill recently having lost his owner of whom he was very protective. He's tolerating kennels but would sooner by back in a home where he can be someone's best buddy again. He enjoys a potter about the centre but doesn't go so far, even though he's only 9, and he also likes a fuss on a cuddle but on his own terms. He'll walk away without a care when he's had enough of you! Ron would make a wonderful companion for an older person or someone with limited mobility who still enjoys getting outside. ... See MoreSee Less