IMPORTANT NOTICE CORONAVIRUS

If you need help with your Scottie during the Coronavirus crisis STECS will do all that we possibly can. If anyone feels isolated with no family close by please get in touch with any of the officers listed on the back page of the Newsletter.  However please remember that our officers and volunteers may themselves be self-isolating or may have succumbed to the virus.

In the event that you may become poorly we suggest that you write down your dogs’ routine especially if any dogs are on medication, and identify each dog if there are multiple dogs in the household. For example, Sally Brindle Bitch, red collar, age 10, 2 meals a day at 8 am 6 pm of mixer and wet food. List the medication for each dog and your vet’s contact details. List the emergency numbers of your friends, family and of STECS – 07891 203 212 (Welfare Officer).

Rest assured that we will do all that we can to keep your dogs safe if you are taken poorly over the coming months. Thank you for your understanding.

The Trustees
Scottish Terrier Emergency Care Scheme

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We are Scottish Terrier Emergency Care Scheme for the UK, our aim is to provide new homes for all Scottie dogs (Scottish Terriers) in need.

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