Animals Needing Homes
If you have an animal to re-home we will always try to help where we can but we would prefer not to have to take it into care ourselves, unless it is absolutely necessary, as it’s much less stressful for the animal to remain in a home for as long as possible. We can feature your cat, dog or rabbit on our website pages (please send us a digital photo), and forward on details of any enquiries we receive.
We are not prepared to take responsibility for dangerous animals and we may ask you to come to Ferry Farm for an assessment before we before make any commitment. Only non-aggressive dogs will be considered for adoption. If your dog is aggressive towards other dogs try a muzzle, it can make all the difference.
Whenever possible, dogs will be re-homed from your home rather than the kennels. There is limited space at the private boarding kennels the charity uses and in holiday periods additional space simply is not available.. The charity normally only has kennels for six dogs. Dogs take a great deal of time looking after, walking, vet trips, etc.
The charity will assess the possible suitability of applicants for your dog and will act (with your permission) as a go between in the re-homing process. Your number would not be given out without your permission.
All animals which come into our care must be fully up to date with their vaccinations and preferably neutered/spayed. We do ask for a donation of £20 to take an animal into kennels.