You are here >> Contacts >>> Border Collie Rescue - Rescue Organisation Links and Contacts
|Border Collie Rescue - On-Line - Rescue Organisation Links and Contacts|
|Border Collie Rescue - Rescue Organisation Links and Contacts in the UK|
|Here are some links to the Websites of Animal Rescue Organisations that may be of general interest to browsers - these are not necessarily Border Collie (or for that matter - dog) orientated.|
Website with links to various breed rescue groups throughout the
http://www.giveusahome.co.uk/breedrescue (some may not be charitable)
|Worried about the impact that smoking may have on your pets - www.QuitDay.org has more information|
|B.A.R.K. short for Berwick Animal Rescue Kennels, is a registered charity - no. 1083038 whose aim is to provide a rescue and re-homing service for stray and unwanted domestic animals in need throughout north Northumberland and Berwickshire.|
The League Against Cruel Sports - Registered charity campaigning to stop cruelty to animals in sport.
|The Border Collie Trust is a Registered Charity (1053585) rescueing and re-homing Border Collies in the UK.|
|German Shepherd Rescue UK is a organisation dedicated to the rescue, short term fostering and long-term re-homing of German Shepherd Dogs.||http://www.germanshepherdrescue.co.uk|
Joan's ARC is a sanctuary in Ireland, set in an isolated mountain location well away from any roads, run by Joan Emin. Joan's ARC is a safe haven for cats and the wild animals they rescue and return to the wild.
Their sanctuary is primarily concerned with cats and wild animals. They have limited spaces for dogs and can only take them on an emergency basis. Most of the dogs they take in are collies.
Joan's ARC operates a strict no kill policy, a healthy or healable animal stays alive if its continued quality of life justifies it. Their rehoming policy involves a home check and a rehoming contract. All animals that leave their care are neutered, vaccinated and wormed.
If any other sanctuary is interested they will happily trade cats, domestic or feral, if you can take a dog, or dogs, off our hands.
Arc has no website, but can be contacted by email or phone -
Eire - 071 96 43307
|Last Chance is a Kent based Animal Rescue Centre. They rescue and re-home dogs, cats, rabbits and guinea pigs of all ages. They are permanently looking for loving homes for their animals. They carry out home checks and operate a non destruction policy.|
aim of Cavy Rescue is not only to rescue, rehabilitate and
rehome small animals, but to educate individuals and organisations on
small animal healthcare and welfare and they regularly run successful
campaigns to this effect
Their website has two purposes – the first to provide details of unwanted, abandoned and abused small furries (such as degus, rabbits, hamsters, rats and guinea pigs) that need loving homes not just at this rescue but nationwide.
|Battersea Dogs Home's aims are to Rescue, Reunite, Rehabilitate and Rehome the lost and abandoned dogs and cats that come into their care.|
This link will take you to the Website of the Galway Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Ireland.
|The Irish SPCA - Irelands biggest animal rescue organisation.||www.ispca.ie|
|The Blue Cross - National animal rescue organisation for England.||www.bluecross.org.uk|
|The SSPCA - Scotland's biggest animal rescue organisation.||www.scottishspca.org|
|The USPCA - Northern Irelands biggest animal rescue organisation.||www.uspca.co.uk|
|The mission of Monkey World is to assist governments to stop the smuggling of primates from the wild. At their Centre the refugees of this barbaric trade are rehabilitated into natural living groups.|
Rough Collie Rescue is a U.K. Registered Charity (No. 1001703) founded in 1983. The society handles around 200 dogs a year through sixteen committee members and officers and dozens of outworkers who check homes, transport dogs and perform any other tasks that need doing. All our volunteers work from home.
|The RSPCA - The UK's biggest animal rescue organisation.||www.rspca.org.uk|
|The Dogs Trust - Formerly NCDL - The UK's biggest dog rescue organisation||www.dogstrust.org.uk|
|'Bunny Burrows', rescue and small animal rehoming centre for rabbits and guinea pigs, is run by Gwen and John Butler from their home in Richmond, North Yorkshire. Their service and website includes information on how to care for these popular pets.||Bunny Burrows|
|The National Animal Sanctuaries Support League is a charity dedicated to the welfare of domestic animals. In addition to rescuing and rehoming domestic pets they also rescue and pay for veterinary treatment to injured wildlife. As the term 'Support League' implies, they aid other Sanctuaries or individuals involved in animal welfare.||National
Animal Sanctuaries Support League
Progress Through Persistence
|Eurogroup works to reduce animal suffering throughout Europe by promoting animal welfare as a core element of sustainable development. In today's EU of 25 Member States, animal welfare, consumer concerns and economic factors are increasingly interrelated. Eurogroup strives to ensure that animal welfare is taken into account in all relevant EU policy areas and that European Laws designed to protect animals are adopted and enforced.|
|You are here >> Contacts >>> Border Collie Rescue - Rescue Organisation Links and Contacts|
Copyright - Border Collie Rescue - 3037504
Border Collie Rescue is a UK based charity, working Internationally to Rescue and Re-home Border Collies and Working Sheepdogs and promote a better understanding of the breed and its Welfare.
border collie rescue, border collie, border, collie, rescue, dog, puppy, canine, sheepdog, sheep, organisation, contacts, animal testing, animal welfare, animal abuse, cruelty, welfare, society, charity, trust