2018 Christmas Fete

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Thank you to everyone who came to support the Society at the Christmas Fete which was help on the Saturday 1st December. We had an exceptional turnout of supporters and thanks to you all we raised a m...

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Trustee vacancy

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Dog Aid Society of Scotland is a small Edinburgh based Charity established in 1956. It re-homes dogs, undertakes a variety of dog welfare matters and, through various schemes, offers veterinary suppor...

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SCIO

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Dog Aid Society of Scotland has successfully applied to the Office of the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) to convert from a Company limited by Guarantee to a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organis...

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Christmas Brochure

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Our Christmas Brochure is also now available! This year the brochure is packed with even more gifts your four-legged friend as well as great gift ideas for the dog lover in your life. Our 2019 calendars feature chosen photographs of … Continued


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2019 Calendars

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The Society’s new 2019 Calendars have now arrived. They will make great gifts or stocking fillers for Christmas. The calendars are only £5 (excluding p&p). Why not call the office on 0131 6...

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Easy Fundraising

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Since joining Easy Fundraising in March 2016 we have raised an amazing £881.16 at no extra cost to the supporter! Thank you to everyone who has signed up for Easy Fundraising and have chosen Dog Aid ...

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2017 Christmas Raffle

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The Society’s 2017 Christmas Raffle was drawn on Friday 8th December. Congratulations to all our lucky winners!! The total is still rising however we are currently at £1,700! The raffle proceeds support the Society’s Food and Veterinary Treatment Fund. This … Continued


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DASS Events

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We are delighted to announce the dates for the year ahead. The Society staff attends many shows throughout the summer months with our tent. We sell a great range of dog toys, treats, collars & leads and accessories. All of … Continued


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Christmas Fete

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The Society’s Christmas Fete took place on Saturday 3rd December at the Reid Memorial Hall, Edinburgh. We had a great turnout of people coming along to enjoy a morning of festivities, buy Chris...

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DASS Events

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During the summer the Dog Aid Society attends many events. Please come along to see us, these events make a great family day out!! Saturday 9th July- Dalkeith Agricultural Show, Dalkeith Country Park...

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Online Re-homing

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The internet is a wonderful thing, or at least it can be. With the popularity of the internet, many rescue centres have also seen a rise in the number of unwanted dogs and cruelty cases. It is now pos...

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Sponsored Walk 2016

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The staff and staff dogs completed the 2016 Sponsored Walk at Gullane Beach on Saturday 7th May,  We have raised a massive £2563. Thank you so much to everyone who kindly sponsored the Staff and the...

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DASS Christmas Fete

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The DASS Christmas Fete was held on Saturday 28th November in the Reid Memorial Hall opposite the DASS Office. Despite a cold wet morning we were lucky enough to welcome lots of visitors and managed t...

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Photo Competition

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  Well after a lot of humming and hawing… the Directors had a hard time choosing the winners of our Photo Competition as we had so many fantastic photos! We are delighted to announce the wi...

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DASS Summer Fete

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The DASS Summer Fete was held on Sunday 26th July in the office at Blackford Avenue. A total of £247.72 was raised from the event. The money raised will support dogs in need of veterinary care such as our old dogs over 8 … Continued


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DASS Sponsored Walk

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The Society staff and dogs, Jen and Bella embarked on the Sponsored Walk on Saturday 23rd May 2015. The walk was planned for Glentress, Peebles. Unbeknown to us, Glentress was hosting a huge downhill mountain bike event on the very same … Continued


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Scorpion!

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The staff were shocked to find a scorpion in the office on Thursday morning. The little creature was happily sitting by a filing cabinet when discovered. We put a glass over him to trap him and immedi...

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