Dog Rescue Organisations - South East England
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The Friends Of Animals League (Biggin Hill, Kent) is a registered charity, having as its aims to take in as many sick, distressed and unwanted animals as possible; to restore them to health and happiness, and to place them in good (vetted) homes.
LAST CHANCE ANIMAL RESCUE CENTRE was foundin 1986 (Edenbridge-Kent) its aim being to rescue and rehome unwanted and abandoned animals. We take in all creatures, from cats and dogs to equines, livestock and wildlife.
ANIMAL RESCUE AND CARE (ARC) are based in the Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames, although they operate in the general areas of Surrey, Middlesex and SW London. Priority is to rescue, foster, re-home and assist all types of animals, whilst offering advice.
The aims of Animal Samaritans are to rescue, provide care and shelter for unwanted, abandoned, neglected or ill-treated animals and to provide new homes for them wherever possible.
Anim-Mates rescue, care for, and re-home unwanted animals. All the animals are in the homes of foster carers who treat them as their own pets until they can be re-homed.
The Mayhew Animal Home was established in 1886 for the benefit of ?the lost and starving dogs and cats of London so that they should have sanctuary from the cold inhumanity they are being dealt outside?. Today, it is one the busiest sanctuaries in London.
The Clymping Dog Sanctuary is based in West Sussex. The aim of the sanctuary is to find homes for any waifs and strays or otherwise unwanted dogs, making sure they are properly cared for.
Mid Sussex Happy Breed Dog Rescue Society has survived for 50 years. During those times many hundreds of abandoned and unwanted dogs have been offered a 'second chance'.
Raystede Centre was founded to prevent and relieve cruelty to animals and to protect them from unnecessary suffering. Dogs, cats and other small companion animals are found new caring homes while others remain in Raystede's care for the rest of their days
Sussex Pet Rescue is run by unpaid volunteers working to re-home dogs and small animals. They transport animals to vets, answer enquiries on the 'phone, inspect prospective adopters, making follow-up visits to dogs in their new homes etc.
Dogs In Need - Our kennels, where we care for dogs awaiting new homes, are in Surrey and West Sussex. All prospective homes are vetted. Advice offered, and links to other Groups.
Rescue Remedies is based the London area and aims to provide a safe and warm foster home for dogs, who have lost their homes, whilst they are waiting for their forever owners. It also helps kennel dogs develop skills to enable them to find their pet homes
Blue Cross - Northiam (Sussex) - The Blue Cross is a charity for companion animals and their owners. Last year (2005) our eleven adoption centres re-homed over 5,000 animals and our four animal hospitals carried out over 80,000 veterinary treatments.
Airedales in Distress - Dogs are normally rehomed from home to home. People ring to be put on a list and depending on their experience with dogs, especially Airedales, whether they have other pets, children, working hours, details of garden etc.
PRO DOGS DIRECT - vision: whenever possible to home dogs DIRECTLY from home to home. Where not possible to use foster homes & occasionally kennels to get dogs to safety; aim: place each dog in best possible home, not a first come first served basis.