Sadly Spanish Water Dog Rescue are not able to hold Di's Weekend this year. Unfortunately the ground has not recovered from the waterworks undertaken this year and also-
with the number of dogs currently in rescue means it is not possible for the event to go ahead.
Whitfun Activity 2016
The Whitfun Weekend was a great success. See report for details
Caroline Saxton has generously donated this beautiful hand painted slate to be auctioned to raise funds for SWD Rescue.
See report for pictures and details
We were incredibly lucky that Andy Biggar, 'The Dog Photographer', held a photography masterclass for SWD Rescue on the 25th May.
This raised over £500 for rescue...read full article.
A big thank you to Joan Law who raised £32.50 for rescue by arranging a raw feeding talk and making and selling some Spanish snugglebug jumpers.
A fantastic range of dried dog treats available at Rescue events. Flavours include - Turkey, Sausage,
Lamb, Lamb's Liver and Sweet Potato with all profits going towards Rescue - thanks Kylee
Spanish Water Dog Rescue is organised and run by five people with extensive knowledge and understanding
of the Spanish Water Dog as a breed. We are funded entirely through voluntary donations for which we all
work tirelessly! Read More
How to Adopt a dog
If you think this is the type of dog you are looking for the first thing you should do is go and meet some.
All of us in Rescue are happy to invite you into our homes to meet our own dogs as well as any that are looking
for homes.Read More
Why do SWDs come into rescue?
Sometimes Spanish Water Dogs come into Rescue simply because their owners' circumstances have changed,
and occasionally due to illness or bereavement in the family. The main reason...
Is a SWD right for you?
Take a look to see if a Spanish Water Dog is the right dog for you with 12
simple questions. Check List
About the breed
Although it is classified as a Gundog the Spanish Water Dog, known in its home country as the Perro de Agua
Español, is an all-purpose working breed, used in Spain for hundreds of years for herding, hunting, fishing
and guarding.Read More