Due to the current restrictions imposed on the Centre during the Coronavirus pandemic there will be change in the reservation and rehoming of all animals. This will include completing all paperwork and discussions online and by telephone.
For more information regarding our current rehoming procedure please click here.
There are six easy steps when it comes to adoption
Take a look around our Centre at your leisure. If you see an animal you would like to have a closer look at then our team will be happy to assist you. We are open daily for animal viewings, 12.00pm-4.00pm (except on a Wednesday).
We will go through a quick questionnaire to make sure you and your chosen animal are a good match for each other. We will tell you all the information we know about the animal and you will have a chance to meet him/her.
We will ask for all family members to meet your chosen animal (existing dogs will also need to come and meet our dog to be sure they can be friends).
We will come out and visit you at home . This is nothing to worry about it is just a routine check to ensure your house is suitable for the animal you are adopting.
You can then come and fill in your adoption paperwork and take your new best friend home.
With every adoption of a dog, cat or rabbit we issue the adopter a 4 week free Pet Plan Cover for Life policy.
If you are living in rented accommodation, we will need to see a copy of your tenancy agreement or a permission letter from your landlord BEFORE a reserve can be taken.
Please note: we are happy to re home suitable dogs into a working household environment, providing provisions are put in place for their care.
Please be advised we do ask for a NON-REFUNDABLE deposit when reserving an animal.
Adoption Fees apply
What does 'Reserved' mean?
The animal has been chosen by an adopter as is waiting for a home visit or to be collected
What does 'On Foster' mean?
The animal has been placed in to a foster home to receive one to one care but is still available to be adopted
As a rehoming centre we want all our animals to have the best care that they can possibly have once they have left us for their new home. So with every adoption of a dog, cat or rabbit we issue the adopter a 4 week free Pet Plan Cover for Life policy
It can take weeks and sometimes months to rehabilitate animals. Our staff and volunteers work hard to ensure every animal that comes through our doors will find their 'perfect match'.