In exchange for a $25 donation to National Airedale Rescue, Inc., your favorite picture of a rehomed purebred Airedale Terrier will be featured on the front page of the website for one week and then will become part of the permanent archives. Click here to make a PayPal donation.

After you have made your donation, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your story and photograph.

The photo must be reasonably clear, it should not include any humans except as an incidental, unidentifiable part of the scene (other animals, toys, props are fine) and you should send along a brief paragraph or two about the dog ... name, age, circumstances of rescue & adoption, etc. Only photos of rehomed Airedales please ... none currently looking for homes.

At the bottom of your story, include as much of your personal information as you want listed, remembering that this is a public website. If you include your email address, then people will be able to contact you to tell you how much they enjoy the story. We will do our best to obscure your email address from robots, but "spammers" could pick up your email address. Examples of information:
Jane Doe
Tacoma, Washington
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Jane Doe
Tacoma, Washington
The Doe Family
Washington
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If you would prefer to mail a check for $25.00, click here for a printable form and note that it is for a CoverDale donation. Mailing instructions are on the form.

We cannot return original photographs. The web manager reserves the right to reject any photo for any reason without explanation (your donation will be refunded).

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Airedale Information

The ATCA Rescue & Adoption Committee maintains and updates a network of contacts across the country to aid in the re-homing of purebred Airedale Terriers who are lost or abandoned. These contacts are volunteers located in several states, as well as Canada, working to help Airedales in need, adopting them to permanent loving homes.
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