Blue Cross pet charity and Jerry Green Dog Rescue are celebrating a landmark in their partnership to help homeless dogs.
The charities joined forces last summer to make sure homeless dogs at Jerry Green were all neutered before going to new homes, 100 dogs have now been treated as part of the scheme. Vets from the Blue Cross animal hospital in Grimsby pay weekly visits to Jerry Green Dog Rescue in Broughton, North Lincolnshire to carry out the neutering procedure and also vaccinate dogs against dangerous diseases. The partnership also means dogs don’t have to travel long distances to a vet practice because all the treatment takes place at the centre’s own clinic. For more information about the work of Blue Cross and their animal hospital in Grimsby please visit www.bluecross.org.uk. To find out more about Jerry Green Dog rescue and the homeless dogs in their care currently looking for homes please visit www.jerrygreendogs.org.uk.