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Stage 2: Donkey health care day

Event date: 
Friday, 8 July, 2016 - 10:00 to 15:30
Location: 
Knockardbane Farm, Liscarroll, Mallow, Co Cork
Event status: 
Places available

This one day course follows on from the Donkey Care Induction Day (Stage 1) and covers how to manage your donkey to avoid the most common problems and illnesses.

This course will cover:

Stage 2: Donkey health care day

Stage 2: Donkey health care day

Event date: 
Saturday, 9 April, 2016 - 10:00 to 15:30
Location: 
Rosie Polden, Screen, Co Wexford
Event status: 
Places available

This one day course follows on from the Donkey Care Induction Day (Stage 1) and covers how to manage your donkey to avoid the most common problems and illnesses.

This course will cover:

Stage 2: Donkey Health Care

Stage 1: Donkey Care Induction day

Event date: 
Friday, 8 April, 2016 - 10:00 to 15:30
Location: 
Rosie Polden, Screen, Co Wexford
Event status: 
Places available

This one day course combines the latest knowledge about caring for donkeys with practical hands on experience.

The day will help you decide if donkeys are suitable for your home and what to expect when they arrive and to feel more confident about looking after and handling your donkeys.

Donkeys are not small horses with big ears so even if you have owned horses for 20 years there is so much to learn about the differences between caring for donkeys and horses that attending a course is always an eye-opener.

Stage 1: Donkey Care Induction day

Stage 2: Donkey health care day

Event date: 
Friday, 24 June, 2016 - 10:00 to 15:30
Location: 
Brooklodge Nursery, The Old Monastery, Ballyguinin, Co Galway
Event status: 
Places available

This one day course follows on from the Donkey Care Induction Day (Stage 1) and covers how to manage your donkey to avoid the most common problems and illnesses.

This course will cover:

Stage 2: Donkey health care day

Stage 1: Donkey care induction day

Event date: 
Saturday, 18 June, 2016 - 10:00 to 16:00
Location: 
Victoria bridge, Co Tyrone
Event status: 
Places available

This one day course combines the latest knowledge about caring for donkeys with practical hands on experience.

The day will help you decide if donkeys are suitable for your home and what to expect when they arrive and to feel more confident about looking after and handling your donkeys.

Donkeys are not small horses with big ears so even if you have owned horses for 20 years there is so much to learn about the differences between caring for donkeys and horses that attending a course is always an eye-opener.

Stage 1: Donkey care induction day

Farms Manager, Ireland

Are you passionate about improving the lives of animals?

Would you like to work for one of Irelands leading animal welfare charities?

The Donkey Sanctuary is one of the largest animal charities in the world and the largest equine charity working internationally.

The Sanctuary is home to over 1,800 donkeys rescued from all over Ireland. Since opening our doors in Ireland in 1987 we have reached almost 5,000 donkeys, and we are continually growing and expanding each year.

HR Administration Assistant

We are looking to recruit an experienced HR Administration Assistant to support the Operations Support Manager at The Donkey Sanctuary (Ireland) Limited.

The main duties will include responding to HR enquiries with timely and accurate advice, in line with best practice. Providing support and facilitating the recruitment and new starter processes and assisting with the updating and maintenance of personnel records and other employment related documentation.

Adopt a donkey for your Valentine

Don’t forget ladies and gents that Valentines is only around the corner. Why not be adventurous and extra thoughtful this year by adopting a donkey for a loved one or for yourself.

How does adopting a donkey help?

Your adoption of €20 will last 1 year. By adopting one of these six donkeys, you will be helping us in our work of improving the lives of countless donkeys throughout Ireland.

For this you will receive:

Adopt a donkey for Valentines

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