Because the show deals with the rehoming of pets, the production is being staged in partnership with the Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home.
What does EDCH stand for?
EDCH stands for Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home (Edinburgh, Scotland)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home manager Dave Ewing said it was important people who wanted a dog thought long and hard about what they were undertaking.
But just when they had almost given up hope of seeing her again they got a call from the Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home saying she had been found.
Caldwell was sacked from her job at Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home.
I also want to thank the people that helped us find Hamish, so we're going to give some of the prize money to Lothian Cat Rescue and the Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home.
The Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home took in 70 new dogs this week while a home in Inverness had 30 abandoned pets.
Raymond said: "I took him along to Edinburgh Dog and Cat home at Seafield.