We are very pleased to present the Society’s 2021 Annual Report. It explains our Schemes and Rehoming service, shares some dog stories and advice plus we celebrate 65 years of DASS by looking through the archive of 64 previous annual reports. We hope you enjoy reading it.
Also in the report, the Society’s new Chief Executive Ross MacFadyen introduces himself and shares his hopes for the future. Here is an excerpt:
“It is my privilege to have been appointed the first Chief Executive of the Dog Aid Society of Scotland. I took up post in the middle of May 2022 and in a short space of time learned the undeniable passion which exists for this fantastic charity… My ambition is to grow that passion and genuinely make DASS much better known across Scotland for the brilliant work it does every day… I’m incredibly excited about what we can all do to achieve greater results and take enormous pride in leading the charity into what will certainly be a challenging but achievable strategic period. I aim to publish the strategic plan for the Society in the coming months and set out precisely what our key objectives will be for the coming period of time. As someone reading our Annual Report, I hope I can rely on your support to achieve great results for dogs across Scotland.”
You can read the full introduction in the report as well as more about Ross’ background in our previous News post.
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