We have split the role in two and we now seek someone special to do the admin side.
(we meet at the BVA headquarters in London)?
In 1930, The Tailwaggers Club was able to offer financial support to the newly-formed Guide Dogs for the Blind. During the mid-30’s, the Club had almost a million dog members, many of them belonging to the Royal family and famous celebrities.
The Club continued on a reduced scale after the Second World War and in 1960, Spillers petfood company bought the club assets. The Club received a number of substantial legacies, and Spillers registered a charitable trust in 1972 to administer these funds - the Tailwaggers Club Trust
Today, Tailwaggers operates as an extremely small organisation, but it does make a real difference to pet owners, struggling to pay vet bills. Anything you can give will make a huge difference to needy pet owners who might otherwise be left with nowhere to turn.