Why re-home a rescue?

When you re-home a rescue animal you’re not only giving a loving home to an abandoned and unwanted animal, but you are also giving them the promise of a happy future and joining a tight knit rescue family.

But that’s not all… there are a number of other benefits that you might not have thought of!

The Right Fit

By adopting one of our rescue pets you’ll find a pet which has had a chance to express it’s full character. Where ever we possibly can we try to place animals in foster homes with families and other animals, rather than kennels. Whilst in foster care we have the chance to really get a feel for the personality of the animal in a home environment. Our foster carers can then recommend what they feel will be the best home for the animal – for example they might be suited to a quiet home as a companion, or they might be full of beans and need an action packed family. This helps us really match the animals with a family which suits them, and the family with an animal which fits them too. Our adoption form helps us gauge your requirements to really get an idea about what kind of animal will suit you.

Although each dog is different, many of our foster carers are animal lovers which work to socialise the animals with other animals and people – so you know that we working the best we can to balance an animal before re-homing it.

A full MOT

When we rescue an animal it’s first port of call is the vets where it will receive a thorough check up and any necessary treatment. In addition, over it’s time in a foster home we’ll have the opportunity to keep a close eye on it for anything that might concern us.

  1. Basic vaccinations, worming and defleaing
  2. Microchipped
  3. European passport
  4. Rabies vaccination
  5. Neutered (If old enough whilst in foster care)

Help & Advice

We are a group of animal lovers and all of the volunteers which work in this charity have years experience of rescuing and re-homing animals both within the UK and abroad. Between us all we have a considerable amount of knowledge and will readily offer advice and help as best we can, or at the very least will be able to point you in the right direction we are only too happy to help.

An Extended Family

You’ll join our extended family, the rescue community is tight knit and we really encourage you to keep in touch with us on Facebook and Twitter – and perhaps come along to some of the social walks we have. We’re a really friendly group and enjoy watching the animals we save blossom and flourish in their new homes.