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Weʼre raising £1,000 to Jack Russell Terrier Rescue

United Kingdom
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As a Jack Russell owner, the Jack Russell Terrier Rescue (JRTR) lies close to my heart. Unlike most charities and Not-for-profit organisations, everyone at the JRTR are volunteers and do everything the do for the dogs out of the kindness of their hearts. They don't have dedicated admin teams or fundraising teams, everyone gets involved with everything. The JRTR also offer every one of their dogs lifetime backup. You can read more and/or give directly at JRTR's Home Page.

Jack Russell Terrier Rescue's mission

Find and rehabilitate every discarded, broken little doggy soul we can. If a dog is sick, we’ll treat it, and if it’s scared, we’ll show it how to love. There is no such thing as a “lost cause”, we’ll never put a dog down.

Search for them on facebook - Jack Russell Terrier Rescue UK - or visit their website to read some of the heartwarming stories and meet some or our JRT friends.

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      Speaking for those who don't have a voice JRTR were experiencing tough times just before Christmas, running low on food, toys and warm beds. I purchased over £150 worth of goods and got it delivered to them. This small gesture made a big difference in supporting the volunteers.

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