Dog show raising cash for greyhound charity
An Alsager vet surgery is hosting a dog show to raise money for a charity that has spent four years helping a lurcher recover from abuse that caused him to shut down.
Orphaned Lester arrived at canine rehabilitation charity Greyhound Gap in 2014 as a distressed and anxious stray, but thanks to staff at Alsager Vet Centre, he is at last ready for a new start and the chance to find his forever home.
As keen supporters of the work undertaken by the charity — which takes in greyhounds and lurchers who may ordinarily be put to sleep — the vet centre, part of Willows Veterinary Group, is hosting a dog show to raise funds to enable it to continue helping troubled dogs like Lester.
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