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us on The Good Dog Guide
- Dependant on goodwill & volunteers
- Donations are always appreciated
- 100+ dogs on our books at any one time
- Registered Charity No 1139407
As a small rescue we are dependant on goodwill & volunteer fosterer's, donation of dog food or items, admin support; spreading the word in search for good homes and above all, offer a homeless dog their home for life.
We aim to give a truthful description of the dog to the best of our knowledge and assessment. We neuter the dogs in our care prior to adoption (exception puppies or if medically advised against). Our dogs have received at least one vaccination; are microchipped: flea and worm treated. Any health issues are investigated and treated prior to adoption where obvious eg most older dogs have dental work offered them. We do not discriminate against a dog on age or health. We try to help a varied representative mix of dogs but do have a terrier bias to our overall numbers.
We usually have approx 100+ dogs on our books at any one time and home approx. 350 dogs per annum.
Our phone bills, transport costs and running costs are paid for by our volunteers. Contributions we received pay our vet & kennel bills. We are always grateful for any contribution made to our dogs.
We require a complete questionnaire with all enquiries & carry out home checks vet references to ensure the home meets the dogs needs. For homechecking purposes we do prefer that prospective adopters live within London and the Counties. If we have a dog with very specific needs; we may be prepared to travel further afield for the right home.
Our enquiries line 0208 549 649424 hour /7 days a week- leave a landline contact no. if our line is busy. Better still complete our questionnaire via our website www.rescueremedies.co.uk
Donations are always appreciated as they help us to continue our work - there is a PayPal link on our main website.
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“Found this Staffie Rescue site very interesting and pleased that Staffies are now being recognised as the dog to be seen with, lovable playful fun and safe. My Staffie died last Christmas aged 17 years old, I do intend sometime to have another Staffie. Good work all those are doing for these fantastic dogs.”
- jo andrews