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FOSTER A DOG

If you are unable to offer a permanent home to a dog, why not consider short term or long term fostering?

We ask that you foster older dogs or dogs that have been in kennels the longest as they are most in need of some love and affection.

CASE STUDIES

  • Lynne used to call for Max every Friday night and bring him back on a Monday morning because she works and can't take a dog full time. Max has been here in Rescue since last August. Eventually Lynne was able to take Max permanently.

  • Janet often takes the little characters to see how the behave in a home environment with her children and other little dogs and give us a report back.

  • Geoff has taken many dogs on foster for the weekend and gives us a great report and photos. He also provides some video footage of them playing and loving the break from the kennel environment.

 

 

   
 
OPENING HOURS
23 March 2019 to 23 October 2019
Monday to Saturday 9.00am - 5.00pm
Sunday 11.30am - 1.30pm
24 October 2019 to 22 March 2020
Monday to Saturday 9.00am - 4.00pm
Sunday 11.30am - 1.30pm
 
If you are able, please support our work in helping SAD dogs by making a donation via Paypal.
 
 
 

RE-HOMING A DOG

Homeless through no fault of their own, these dogs are desperate for a new, loving home. See our Galllery for details of dogs currently with us.

FOSTERING

 If you are unable to offer a permanent home to a dog for any reason, why not consider short term or long term fostering?

DEERNESS KENNELS & CATTERY

We would like to invite your pets to spend their holiday with us. All our rooms have comfy beds, dry vet bed and fresh water with outside runs.

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