Our reputable dog rescue centre finds loving homes for stray dogs taken off the streets of Hull, East Yorkshire, by the council’s dog wardens.
We at Pine Ridge are a well established Dog Sanctuary. We have rehomed several thousands of unwanted dogs into responsible loving homes, where they have spent the rest of the lives happy and content.
We are stockists of quality Animal First Aid Kits plus we provide First Aid Courses for dogs, cats & horses.
The Lord Whisky Sanctuary Fund cares for horses, pigs, cats, dogs and other small animals and looks for responsible, loving homes.
Profile: Charity No: 1020630A small self funded animal rescue, Covering Brigend and valleys in south wales. Run by volunteers so all funds are used on the animals that need our help. Can you offer a home for a cat contact Jan 01656 721496 or Nicola 01656 769855 or for dogs Mike 01656 871760For text giving, MAWS11 to 70070. For standing order payment please visit our website. Website: www.maesteganimalrescue.co.uk
Border Collie Trust GBWe at the Border Collie Trust GB are a registered charity who rescues and rehomes Border Collies and Collie crosses throughout the UK. Our rescue centre with purpose built kennels is situated in the heart of Staffordshire, in Rugeley. We always have many dogs available that are in need of a loving home, both male & female, young & mature. They are a very friendly breed with amazing characters. We are more than sure they will fit in lovely within any home. We are constantly updating our website with available dogs and relevant information. There is also a wealth of information on the adoption process. We must say however that if you are interested in a particular dog, we are more than happy to reserve them for you so you can meet them, but we can only reserve them for 24 hours. Of course the first part of the adoption process is to visit the centre. When you arrive, we will need to know a little about your personal circumstances and experience with our canine companions so that we can help you identfy the most suitable candidates for you and your family. Dont worry though, most of […]
Promoting chinchilla welfare. CHINformative provides education, support, advice, and general discussion about all aspects of chinchilla keeping. A free online resource offering correct information, support, & advice on all aspects of keeping chinchillas as pets.
Animals In Distress SanctuaryFounded in 1967, we at Animals in Distress try to alleviate the suffering of sick and injured animals. This is our main goal! We achieve this by using a number of methods such as: a 24-hour rescue service, veterinary treatment, neutering and a micro-chipping scheme. We also aim to educate the public through advice programmes and work experience placements. Our charity aims to help strays, abandoned animals, cruelty cases and road traffic accidents and with our new Retirement Home we are able to offer long term care to older animals. We take in any animal from cats, dogs, rabbits, birds & horses to pigs, sheep, goats & reptiles. We never turn anyone away – every creature deserves to be treated with respect and be loved. But we cannot survive without your help – IT ALL COSTS! We rely heavily on the generosity of the public through donations, helpers and fundraisers. Our services cost, so any help would be gratefully recieved. Take our 24hr emergency work – if an animal is injured in some way, the treatment required can sometimes create a hefty bill at the end, for example: a broken leg can cost over GBP250 and an […]
We opened in April 2001 with two kennels to help out a local organisation, because they had nowhere to place a dog with attitude. From that moment on we started to grow, funded entirely by our own finances and a lot of hard work, my husband and I built another six kennels, we have now 36 all with lighting and heating for the winter months.We recently became a registered charity in our own right, number 1116170, we are very proud of the rescue and the facilities provided but we could not have managed without the help of a very dedicated handful of volunteers.Our ever expanding rescue now provides care for dogs / cats / birds / hens / ducks / geese / birds of prey and ponies. If we can’t provide a space for a pet we know a man who can, so call on us.
Greyhound Trust Croftview KennelsWe at Croftview Kennels are a trusted organisation that rehomes retired and unwanted greyhounds, giving them a loving home where they can spend the rest of their days in a warm and safe place. We are situated just outside the Kent village of Harvel seven miles from the Gravesend A2 Tolgate Junction or three miles from Junction 3 of the M20 (Wrotham). Croftview Kennels is run by dog lover Cheryl Miller and her professional and friendly team. We strive to rehome every dog that arrives at the kennel. We are able to give you a complete background history on all our dogs, as well as details such as their temperament, and likes & dislikes, just so that you pick the right dog for you. Our aim is to place these fantastic dogs in a safe environment where they can live life to the full, away from the confines of a kennel environment. If needed, we are able to provide a full backup support service whilst your new dog is settling into its new home, and once it is settled, we would love to hear about their progress and publish their story and pictures on our website. We […]
We make animals’ lives better.We exist to fight disease and injury in animals. Thanks to our work improving diagnosis, treatment and prevention, horses, dogs and cats are living healthier, happier lives – in the UK and across the world. Waht we do :- Small Animal Veterinary Referrals * DNA Testing * Inherited disease research * Infectious disease research * Equine Veterinary Referrals * Disease surveillance * Diagnostic Services * Diagnostic Services Price List * Scientific services * Education * Clinical research.
Canine Hilton CommunicationOver the years, founder of Canine Hilton, Dr Mercia Nitzsche practices with a new and fresh holistic approach towards providing balanced care and welfare services to both cats and dogs. **We are home to the PWCP method** The Real Family Dynamics of the Cat5* Holistic Care at Canine Communication By understanding how animals relate to each other and to human beings. The Sixth Sense and Beyond!Every sentient being is connected through the power of the mind and the unseen magnetic morphing fields. Evolution starts not on the physical plane, but like stardust from deep space, energy is all around us, sustaining life at every level. A number of factors impact on an animal’s well-being and behaviour to which each and every companion animal is subjected to. When providing balanced care and welfare services it is essential, that we use an holistic approach! Dr Mercia observed the existence of an entirely new and fresh approach towards the way dogs think in today’s structured society. ‘My work with animals is based on a natural passion and instinct. I have a gift to grasp the nature of the emotional and spiritual energy when out of balance, to harmonise! My goal is […]
The Lord Whisky Sanctuary Fund cares for horses, pigs, cats, dogs and other small animals and looks for responsible, loving homes. Any animal that cannot be rehomed is given permanent sanctuary. No animal is ever destroyed. Lord Whisky also runs veterinary clinics for people on low income and relies entirely on legacies and donations to continue our valuable work. The charity was named after a little Jack Russell who lived with Margaret and her family and was put to sleep at the grand old age of 22 years. Lord Whisky was a bit of a character and needed careful understanding and this led us to realise that a sanctuary was needed that could provide the time and expertise to cope with animals like Lord Whisky and hopefully turn them around for re-homing.
We area a UK based registered charity, home to over 250 unwanted, abandoned or neglected exotic animals and rescued British wildlife.The Exotic Pet Refuge can only survive from help from the public – we receive no government funding, and need over GBP65,000 a year to survive as we are now! We are also always looking to expand so that we can care for more and more animals.If you feel that you would like to help the Refuge, then there are many ways in which you can do so:- Making a donation of money, food or building materials- Holding a fund raising event or a birthday party at the Refuge- Having an animal or photographic experience at the Refuge- Working for the Refuge as a volunteer- Coming to our Open DaysOur next open day is on 1st April 2018.All remaining open days:– 1st April 2018– 20th May 2018– 24th June 2018– 15th July 2018– 16th September 2018– 14th October 2018Open days run from 10.00am to 5.00pm. Entry costs just GBP6 for Adults, and GBP3 for children.Check out our website for details on other ways you can help and our Sponsorship scheme.Thank you for your support
The Destitute Animal Shelter is an animal rescue centre in Bolton, Manchester. We are a registered local charity (No. 222935). Our services include: care and advice for your pet, how the adoption process works, we have a vet’s clinic and on our website we have photos of all the loving animals waiting for their new forever home. We have a dedicated staff and are dependent on the efforts of our volunteers, fund-raisers and their gifts, donations and legacies.
The aim of Animal Samaritans is to rescue,provide care and shelter for unwanted,abandoned, neglected or ill-treated animals and to provide new homes for them wherever possible.
Labrador Lifeline Trust, registered charity 1076061 rescue and rehomes unwanted, ill-treated or abandoned Labradors. We cover the areas of Surrey, Berks, Beds, Hants, East Dorset, Bucks, Notts, Herts. We know and understand the breed and can help with advice if necessary. We are always looking for good homes and also foster homes. We have a sponsorship package available for long term foster Labradors in our care. If you need to rehome your Labrador or you are looking to adopt a Labrador then look no further we can help you. Follow us on Facebook. www.labrador-lifeline.co.uk for further details or call 01256 884027.
Does your DOG have Epilepsy ? Do you feel alone and helpless ? Talk to us about it. The Canine Epilepsy Support Groupwas founded in 1991 by people like you,to help people like you. There is so much more than drugs which can help. Based in West Sussex, working for animals and owners worldwide.
Our aims are to:- Aid dogs and other animals in distress through injury or any other cause, and to arrange veterinary treatment where necessary – Find good and suitable new homes for dogs in our care or that come to our attention – Provide assistance to members of the public by means of information, education or in any way whatsoever that will enable them to directly aid animals needing treatment or help.