Surrendering an Animal


Surrendering your animal to Animal Care


If your pet needs to find a new home, please contact us as early as possible after a decision is made. You will need to contact the centre directly via email:


When you email us please make sure you include the following information:

Breed/ age/ sex/ date of last vaccination/ date of neutering/ likes & dislikes/ the reason you can no longer keep your animal and a up to date photo of your animal.


Please be aware that our centre is ALWAYS at full capacity. We might not be able to take your animal immediately and your details may be placed on a waiting list. We do treat each case individually, but please be aware that we may not be able to take your animal in immediately. Emergency's and RSPCA cases may take priority.


We will endeavour to help every animal that we can; however there might be times when we are unable to accept an animal for rehoming.


A good temperament is important as we want dogs to share kennels wherever possible. This helps to maximise the numbers of dogs that can be saved. Dog's with temperament problems will also need to spend longer at our centre whilst they receive training. The longer they stay, the fewer dogs we are able to save.

We do however have contacts that we would be happy to pass your details to if we are unable to help.