Posts from: Shelagh Gormley

Queens University Belfast

Hi everyone. One of our Volunteers is doing a thesis project at Queens to find out if videos help increase the rate of adoption of dogs. Below is a link to a few short questions. Anyone can answer them,...

Does audio-visual format help increase the rate of adoption of dogs?

Hey folks! A super short survey is linked below on behalf of one of our University placements. If anyone has a spare minute could you please click on the link and answer 3 short questions based on choosing...

Volunteering as of May 2018

Thank you for your interest in volunteering at the Mid Antrim Animal Sanctuary.  Volunteers play a crucial role in the work of the Sanctuary.  Please visit our Website to download a Volunteer Form. Once...



We wish to recruit a part time Receptionist/Administrator to provide efficient and effective administrative support within the Sanctuary. Full details for the post and selection criteria are set out in...

Spring Fayre 2018

Saturday 14th April is our Spring Fayre! Come along from 11am-2pm for Stalls, fun Canine Enrichment Activities and a Dog Show from 12pm. There will be 4 categories to enter your Dog into; Waggiest Tail,...

Give as you live


HO HO HO! #Christmas is on its way so get shopping, booking or ordering online @GiveasyouLive and start piling up those free funds for us  

Help us to help little Luka


This is little Luka Luka came to us in the way many dogs do, unwanted and unloved, the product of unconscionable neglect.  When Luka was first found he was in a terrible state as you can see from the...

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Since we opened in April 1996 we have found caring homes for an average of 20 animals each week (over 7000 to date). They come from many sources; some are abandoned, others come to us because their owners have to go into care, some due to marital breakups, moving abroad, and others are unclaimed animals from pounds throughout Northern Ireland.

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