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Animal Wardens

We work with Government agencies and enforcement bodies to keep dogs safe.

Stray Dogs

Any dog unattended in a public place is a stray dog.​ Stray dogs are a big danger to themselves and can also be a risk or cause nuisance to members of the public.

Animal Warden services collect and kennel stray dogs within our contracted areas, preventing harm coming to them, keeping them safe, the public safe and re-uniting them with their families.

The stray dog above is Kenny, you can read his story here.

Dog Handlers

We can also offer help, advice and other services to Bailiff’s, Housing Associations, Utility Companies, Landlords and anyone else needing help with dogs. The safe restraint and removal of dogs and abandoned pets from properties, transporting them to an agreed destination.

 

 

Action Plan for Animal Welfare

Action Plan for Animal Welfare

The new legislation on Animal Welfare named the “Kept Animals: bill had its second reading in the house of commons on the 25th October 2021 and hopefully is making good progress to becoming law. The new Law would cover For farmed animals, the Bill prohibits the export...

Overlooked by 2,000 people

Overlooked by 2,000 people

All rescue centres are now operating similar procedures: 1 - Only accepting Visitors by appointment. 2 - No open viewing of dogs. 3 - Online Applications. 4 - Circulating available dogs to suited applicants. But on occasions, some dogs struggle to find homes under...

Two million more pets during the Pandemic

Two million more pets during the Pandemic

UK supermarkets have warned of a shortage of some dog and cat food products following an "unprecedented" rise in pet ownership during lockdown. Story by: Jonathan Josephs, business reporter, BBC News Sainsbury's has apologised after running out of dog and cat food...