THE National Canine Defence League (NCDL) is bringing its name right up to date, and from this week will be known as the Dogs Trust.
What does NCDL stand for?
NCDL stands for National Canine Defence League
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- Nicaraguan Community Development Loan Fund (est. 1991)
- North Carolina Division of Land Resources (NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources; Raleigh, NC)
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The afternoon also featured an agility display which saw dogs tackle an assault course and stalls from the Saltburn Animal Rescue Association and National Canine Defence League (NCDL).
There were almost 100 entries at the event at Balsall Common, Solihull, which is run by the National Canine Defence League.
He will go to a National Canine Defence League home.
THE National Canine Defence League will be offering free microchipping to all Liverpool dog owners who recieve benefits or a pension.
The National Canine Defence League, which has a shelter in Huyton, said its kennels were already nearly full at a time when the traditional New Year influx was not even under way.
Staff at the National Canine Defence League centre in the town had seen an abandoned dog they later named Yogi skulking near the centre but were at a loss to know how to coax him in.
But yesterday Susan Tonner, of the National Canine Defence League, said she hoped the dog could be saved.