Airedale Rescue 

Sometimes Airedales can find themselves in need of a loving new home, through no fault of their own.  This may be due to a change in family circumstances such as moving, divorce etc , for medical reasons or simply because people have not realised the time and commitment involved with owning an Airedale Terrier. 

Whatever the reason, unfortunately sometimes Airedales do need to be rehomed - and thanks to the rescue schemes run on a voluntary basis by the various Airedale clubs around the UK, the majority of them are successfully placed in new homes.

MCATC's Rescue Service has been run since 1998 by Alaine Lockett - with five Airedales in 2005 alone being successfully found new homes. If you live within the Midlands area and feel you could offer a permanent and loving home to a rescue Airedale, then please get in touch with Alaine as follows:

Telephone:   02476 350618           

Email:  jaideld.airedale@ntlworld.com

Other rescue contacts for the various Airedale clubs around the UK are as follows (please note

  • South of England ATC - Pauline McLynn  Tel: 0208 693 9598 (10am - 8.30pm)
  • North of England ATC - Heidi Salkeld  Tel: 01254 889172            E mail: heidi.salkeld@ntlworld.com
  • West of England & South Wales ATC - Mrs Diane Hunter           Tel: 07730 342934                                  Email: rescue@airedaleclub.org.uk
  • Yorkshire & Eastern Counties ATC - Kevin & Wendy Windle     Tel: 01274 608046
  • Airedale Terrier Club of Scotland - Margaret Tomson                  Tel: 0141 884 8178
  • National Airedale Terrier Association - Susan Seabridge              Tel: 01526 345374      (between 10 am and 7 pm only)    

Details of all the above rescue co-ordinators can also be found on the Airedale Terrier Breed Council's official Airedale Rescue website at www.airedalerescue.co.uk  along with information on the other Airedale clubs around the UK.

 Puppy Enquiries

If you are looking for an Airedale puppy, we would advise you to enquire with the Kennel Club via their Assured Breeder Scheme, which promotes responsible breeding practices.  Please click here to visit the Kennel Club's own website for more details.

    

Midland Counties Airedale Terrier Club 2014