Animal Helpline Dog Rescue

 

 

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why not give the gift of life & love to a rescue dog?

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Registered charity number 1151287  Wansford Cambridgeshire

We rescue unwanted dogs and puppies, and rehome to new

loving homes.

Thousands of unwanted dogs, strays and pound dogs have found their way through our kennels during the 30 years we have

been rescuing dogs.

You are very welcome to visit our kennels by appointment 

Registered Charity  Number 1151287

AMAZON WISH LIST

 

A lot of people are not able to adopt or volunteer but you can still make a dog's wish come true by sending a gift via our

 

 Amazon wish list

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Come and join us on our Facebook page and keep up with all the new happenings at the rescue

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*** UPDATE ***

 

 

 

We are pleased to announce that we are able to restart rehoming activities in a limited way.

DEFRA have approved the Canine and Feline Sector Group (CFSG)  guidelines for rehoming during the COVID-19 lockdown, which we will adhere to. Please contact the rescue in the normal way, but please bear with us as we work through this new process for rehoming.

 

 

                             Please follow the link to read about DEFRA guidelines -

 

 

Thank you for your support, stay safe and well.

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*** NEWSPAPER APPEAL ***

 

 

 We urgently need newspapers for the dogs. If you have any spare please pop down during our opening hours.  

 

Thank you! xxx Woof Woof.

 

 

 

 

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**** IMPORTANT INFORMATION ****

 

It has come to our attention that Pet Log have been unable to process any change of microchip chip details which have been sent to them in letter format. We understand this is due to changes in working patterns due to COVID-19.

 

We would urge anyone who has adopted from us from the beginning of 2020 to please check their microchip details on line to see if your pet is registered with Petlog. If so you should be able to amend by accessing the Petlog website. Alternatively your vet may be able to help or advise.