Adoption Information Family Dog Walk

Come join us at Callendar Park on Sunday 19th May for our Adoption Information Dog Walk!

If you are interested in adopting and want to find out more then come and join us as we get together at Callendar Park in Falkirk on Sunday 19th of May. We shall meet ready to start our walk at 10:30am.  Bring your dogs and join us for a wee walk to find out about the adoption process from our Senior Practitioners as well as hearing from our experienced adopters. It will be a great chance to get together with other dog loving prospective adopters and have all your questions answered. Do come along even if you don’t have a dog, but still want to hear more about the process while we walk around a lovely park.

We will be walking what ever the weather so please dress appropriately and we will be providing tea, coffee and bacon rolls after the walk.

If you wish to attend our dog walk please sign up here http://bit.ly/DogWalkCallendarPark and if you have any questions please do email david@scottishadoption.org

Adoption Information Dog Walk

Second Adoption Information Dog Wallk hailed a huge success.

After the snow made us postpone our Adoption Information Dog Walk as part of LGBT Adoption week, we had rescheduled and on a beautiful, sunny and clear Sunday morning we finally met up at Beecraig’s Country Park. These dog walks are organised for prospective adopters who are interested in finding out more about the adoption process from our experienced adopters all while walking their dogs and with more adoptive families, prospective adopters and dogs turning up than in previous dog walks, the morning was off to a great start!

After introductions were made and bags of doggy treats handed out, lovingly baked by the Bad Tempered Baker, we headed off down the hill from the visitor centre and headed into the woods where the dogs were free to be let off their leads. Sticks and balls were thrown and muddy puddles were found where most dogs enjoyed a roll about in the mud much to the annoyance of some dog owners. Once we were back at the visitor centre everyone was able to chat and share stories about their adoption journey while we got warmed up with cups of tea and coffee and tasty bacon rolls provided by Paul and his helpful team.

One attendee mentioned to us that this dog walk ticked lots of boxes for them, as an LGBT prospective adopter who owns two dogs, that they couldn’t not come along and meet everyone. This was great to hear and made us more committed to continue to be the innovative and creative Adoption Agency that we are.