Sorry we’ve not updated the Blog in a while, but we’ve been really busy getting ready for K9Active’s first stall at a dog show.
It’s only a little show but it might as well be crufts with the amount of work and organising required, hopefully everything will go well on the day.
This is the 2nd greyhound rescue Fife dog show that will take place indoors on Sunday the 26th April at Caldwell’s farm near Collessie in Fife. The organisers hope that this family friendly event well help raise awareness of the plight of greyhounds in a relaxed atmosphere and allow people not only the opportunity to talk about their dogs but show them as well. Although the show will have a predominantly greyhound slant to it, some classes will be open to other breeds as well. If you do not have a dog then this is the ideal opportunity to come along and see these majestic dogs “strut” their stuff and learn more about them and expel many of the myths.
Doors open at 11:00 with the first class starting at 11:30.
The address for the show is Caldwell’s farm, Collessie, By Ladybank, Fife, KY15 7UY
Find a map here.
If you are in the area or going to the show, pop along and have a word we’ll be there all day ready to have a chat about all things Doggy and K9Active.
Celia Fernie and her husband Jimmy set up Celia’s Greyhound Rescue in 2005. This was in response to the sheer number of unwanted Greyhounds reaching the end of their racing careers in the area.
We have a small sanctuary and have at least 5 dogs available for re-homing at any one time, plus an endless list of dogs waiting to come to us. Our dogs mostly come from the racing track in Thornton, Fife. All are fully vaccinated, wormed, treated for fleas and mostly neutered. We are situated near Kinghorn and Kirkcaldy in Fife, Scotland and we re-home dogs throughout Fife and sometimes further afield.
Thay are always looking for donations to help run the rescue centre, why not check out thier website and sponsor a kennel. GRF Website.