Due to staff shortages we are running to keep up at the moment. If you contact us, please be patient. We will get back to you as soon as we can.
Charlotte Amon with her two Swiss friends Silvia Horta and Silvia Witschi, also Donna Wootton and her son Joshua successfully completed their sky dives from 15,000 feet to raise funds for Sussex Pet Rescue and other local charities. Thank you all for your courage and support!
If you would like to support them, please donate direct to Sussex Pet Rescue using our donation page at https://sussexpetrescue.org/donate/
Once you have clicked the Donate with Paypal button, you will have the option to add a message so please indicate that your donation is for the Sky Dive.
Thank you to everyone who came along on Sunday and helped to make the show a great success.
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At Sussex Pet Rescue, we appreciate that some owners of companion animals find it hard to cope with the increasing cost of Veterinary treatment.
Although it is a very good idea to take out Insurance for your companion animal, not all medical conditions are covered, especially if the condition is pre-existing. If you are finding it difficult to cover the cost of Veterinary treatment and would like to speak to us about receiving financial help towards the costs then please call Jan on 01403 864742 or Marcia on 01273 551815. We do appreciate that every case and every circumstance is different and for that reason we assess everyone on an individual basis.
Mylo went missing on 18th January in Sidcup. His owner is desperate, as you can imagine. Please keep an eye out for this little one, even out of area. He is on DogLost, please click the following link for his details:
Please note: the dog disease ‘Alabama Rot’ has been recently reported in the area (please see below).
As you may know, the cause of the disease is still unknown and it’s caught predominantly during the winter months. This is a very serious issue as the fatality rate upon contracting it is around 80% for dogs. The positive is that it is still very rare but with cases in 2017 over doubling compared to the previous year, dog owners need to be made aware of the precautions, signs and available treatments.
Vet Ashley Gray from Vetsure has recently put together a complete 2018 guide with the latest statistics, aimed at informing the public of the disease. The guide is below (along with a section on Lyme Disease, too) should you wish to view it.
Great news! We were selected to be one of the charities supported by John Lewis in the latest “Community Matters” 3 month scheme. Customers use tokens to choose which of the charities they prefer, and we’re thrilled to report that Sussex Pet Rescue has been given a cheque for £1,103. A heartfelt thank you to all the customers who chose us. This is Jan receiving a lovely big cheque!
“Dr Les” and Chris delivered a fascinating workshop for Sussex Pet Rescue on Sunday. Dog rescuers, fosterers, board members and our founder, Marcia Harris attended with dogs of all ages and breeds. The training was very much “hands on” and Les had put together a special home massage routine for Sussex Pet Rescue comprising 13 massage techniques. The workshop finished with some Canine Pilates stretching the dogs out before their trips home.
AchyPaws is based in Saltdean near Brighton. This is how they describe their work:
“Dr Les Ellam and I use specialised knowledge and training from both canine and human massage skills and experience to detect and target troublesome areas in your dog. This will benefit both function and range of movement of their limbs while easing any associated pain. Regular massage for your dog offers a drug free form of pain relief that can help to prevent recurrence of the conditions that caused the pain, keep your pet in top condition, help to maintain their health and comfort and improve their quality of life.”
For more information about AchyPaws see their website https://achypaw.com/ or Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/AchyPaw/
Some pictures from the day:
We are a small registered charity working in Sussex. Our aim is to relieve the suffering of sick and abandoned animals and to re-home companion animals.
Oakdell, Fryern Road,
Storrington, West Sussex,