Friends of the British Manchester Terrier logo

This is the name of our breed welfare, it is there to support those dogs that fall on genuine hard times.  

Please contact  Beverley O’Neill or the club secretary for more information

Great news

No dogs in need of our help at the moment

 

If you would like to register an interest in helping a dog in need of a new home in the future

Beverley and Martin  have the details

Updated – 4th May 2014

In the first instance please contact

Mrs Bev O`Neill - Telephone - 01993 868601

or

Martin Kirkbride – Telephone -  0161 2840987 - mobile 07855554824 for messages which will be returned

All enquiries are welcome

All potential homes will be screened for suitability 

2012 – If you remain interested in taking on a rescue/rehomed Manchester Terrier then please inform Bev  

(Please call Bev back rather than leave a message if her answer phone is on)

When dogs are available then any new potential home

 will of course be screened for suitability.

All enquiries are welcome

 

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Jig-e , is nearly 9 years old.  Now owned by David in Wakefield
"We are so happy with him, he has become a much loved member of the family."

 

 

Some of the MT's  that have previously been rehomed.

This is Ross, he is now loved by the Hyndman Family, He was rehomed as his owner was unable to take him into the care home.

This is 8 year old Tyson.  He is settling in with his new family  
 Ricky Miller, his partner Lesley and their young son Ben

April 2008
Alfie at 20 months old
Rehomed recently by Bev O'Neill

He is now proudly owned by Rachael and Laura Palin and will be trained to do agility.

Picture Copyright of Gordon Ralphs

Izzy 2006

Picture courtesy of Val Hart

Kurtis came up for rehoming in 2004, he was nine years old 

He was temporarily rehomed with a BMTC member.

The temporary home became permanent

Hayleigh 

Rehomed by a BMTC member in 1991

Lady

Rehomed by the BMTC

Lance

Rehomed to a BMTC member

Nipper

Rehomed by the BMTC

Ruby

Rehomed by the BMTC

Minnie 

Rehomed by the BMTC in 1990

With support from Bellmead (Battersea)

 

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