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IRR was founded on the principle of WELFARE FIRST.  Our approach to rescue is one
of quality over quantity; it’s about the individual dog, not its number. No dog is too
old, too sick, or too expensive, if it’s ethical to treat, then we do, no matter the cost.
We believe that providing a secure future for our dogs does not end with adoption
and unlike most rescues, we take financial responsibility for ANY pre-existing
medical condition at the point of adoption for LIFE.

As I’m sure you can imagine, this doesn’t come cheap but at IRR we believe that
providing financial security for both dog and adopter is essential to ensure an
adoptive home, remains a FOREVER home.

We have introduced Hugo’s Wishes scheme to celebrate and fundraise for those dogs
that IRR have committed to funding for their lifetimes, below you will see their names
and their total costs to date, these are moving targets and will be updated periodically. 
If you click on their photos, you will see their story and some words from their adopters.

Donations to Hugo's Wishes can be made in the following ways
please mark your donations "Hugo's Wishes" :

Direct to our bank: Account Name: Irish Retriever Rescue, Sort Code: 30 99 29
Account No: 27769160
Paypal: irr.donate@yahoo.co.uk (please choose family and friends option to avoid charges)
Cheque: Please email irr.belinda@yahoo.co.uk for an address to send it to
Justgiving: https://www.justgiving.com/irishretriever-rescue

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So why HUGO’S wishes? Meet our inspiration and muse, Hugo…….

Hugo's Story

Lola
Ectopic Ureta £3,315

Lottie
Spondylomyelopathy
£5,9450

Joseph
Allergies
£2,175

Oreo
Cancer
£5,520

Bramley
Arthritis
£1,220

Star
Various
£1,950

Hugo
SIBO
£690

Honour
Thyroid
£1,077

George
Thyroid and Cancer
£1,015


Barnie
Cerebellar cortical degeneration
£1,593

 

Kevin
Parvo Virus £450

Louis Various
£780


Riley
Cancer
£3,180

Ted (was Major)
£3,265
 

 

 





2016 Irish Retriever Rescue