Blea Tarn Road
- Open every day of the year 10-3pm
- Friendly staff always happy to help
- Tea rooms and charity shop
- We work along side the RSPCA
- large safe paddocks for dogs to run free
- wildlife area and hen rescue
By way of introduction, we are a local animal rescue charity called 'AnimalCare'. We take unwanted and abandoned animals in the area and keep themuntil we can find them loving new homes. We save predominantly dogs, cats,rabbits, guinea pigs, rodents and birds. We rehome over 1000 animals everyyear. We also rehome ex battery hens, and have two resident goats which wesaved from slaughter.
In addition to this we have a wild life rehabilitation centre, where wetake in injured wild life which we care for and release into the wild afterrecovery.
We also provide an education service to local schools and groups such asbrownies, where they can come up and tour the site and have a talk in oureducation room, where we teach them about responsible pet ownership andtreating animals with respect.
We take on students from local schools and colleges for work experience - such as Lancaster and Morecambe College and Myerscough - and we also offerplacements to special needs students from Beaumont College who benefit fromworking with the animals.
We are entirely self funding, and receive no aid from government or anyoneelse. We raise all our own money with fundraising events, charity shops andthe tea rooms up at the sanctuary.
We have 2 large paddocks which the dogs love to run free in and play in packs. We have an indoor play room for training. We are always happy to talk to any family wanting to adopt and help them find a suitable match.
We work along side the RSPCA, vets and dog pounds.