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PLEASE NOTE THAT WHITEHALL DOG RESCUE RESERVES ITS KENNELS FOR THE DOGS FROM DEATH ROW AT THE DOG COMPOUND.
WE ARE CURRENTLY UNABLE TO TAKE IN ANY MORE DOGS FROM THE PUBLIC!
Dogs come to us for all sorts of reasons. There are the obvious cruelty cases and death row pound dogs but there are also less obvious reasons such as financial difficulties or marriage breakdowns.
We often get people applying to adopt dogs who provide us with a detailed description of what they are looking for in a dog. These are very often unrealistic demands. We DO NOT have tailor made dogs, just vulnerable little souls that are in need of a loving home!
We work hard with the dogs to rehabiliate and train them, however this takes time and some will need further training and socialising in their new homes. Help and support is always on hand to help new owners and their new companions adjust and settle into their new lives together.
All our dogs are neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and deflead. They have all been seen and treated by our vet for any medical conditions they may have had.
We do not sell dogs, but we do ask for a donation for adoption. This is usually between £100-£200 depending on the dog. This money goes towards the upkeep of our kennels and helping more dogs in need.
All adoptions are subject to a successful homevisit.
Great care is taken to match the right dog to the right home.
If you are looking to adopt one of our Rescue Dogs please call Sarah on 07889 090459to discuss your application and arrange an appointment to view the dogs. Alternatively, you can register your interest via the form on our 'Contact' page.
PLEASE NOTE - ALL VIEWINGS ARE STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT. These appointments are available daily between the hours of 10 am-12 noon but must be arranged.
WE DO NOT NORMALLY REHOME TO THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS
- where a dog is going to be left longer than 3-4 hours on a daily basis, as this is very unfair to the dogs.
- where there are children under 7 years of age
- to applicants living in flats.
- where dogs will be housed outside and not in the house
- where a dog is going to be used for guarding purposes.
- where other animals in the house are not neutered and vaccinated.
- we do not re-home where there is no secure garden area for the dog to go into (a minimum of 4ft/5ft fencing is required and higher for some dogs)
Following adoption we ask that all new owners insure their new dog as soon as possible - Vet fees can be very expensive!