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INtake – ex racing Greyhounds

The first in a series of blogs by Kerry Sands, looks at the three key areas of helping greyhounds who come into rescue from the greyhound racing industry.

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Self-care for the real world

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Hayley reviews the book "Self-Care for the Real World"
by Nadia Narain and Katia Narain- Phillips

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Tina Buckle – Mental Health Support Team

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We are delighted to welcome Tina Buckle to the INTORescue Team

Tina will be joining the team to help support other members by sharing her experience and expertise. Depending on demand, Tina will also be offering

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We Can’t save them all

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If we could save them all, we would. Tony talks about his very personal journey of working in rescue and a side that is often never spoken about.

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Hayley talks Mental Health

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In this video, Hayley talks about mental health in Rescue Workers and shares her own experiences.

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Shelter Life: Humans and Animals Learning Together

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by Danielle Perry  As rescue worker’s one of our aims is to educate members of the public on animal care, communication, and responsibility. This ultimately…… Read More »Shelter Life: Humans and Animals Learning Together...

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Presenting Signs of Trauma in Animals

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Animals that have experienced trauma either as a consequence of abuse, early and abrupt weaning or some other traumatic event may show the following signs….… Read More »Presenting Signs of Trauma in Animals...

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Useful Support Links

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This post contains really useful links where you can get help, support and resources from external organisations

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Three ways you can help rescues, whilst increasing your business

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Building a relationship with your local rescue can not only be a way of improving the welfare and rehomeability of many dogs but can also help with expanding your client base and business. Time is a hugely important and often stretched resource and therefore the idea of working for free can be daunting and difficult to justify. However, creating a positive working relationship with a local rescue ...

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