Sorry, owing to high volumes, help with vet fees is not currently available.

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Due to a very high volume of enquiries, applications for help with veterinary costs cannot be processed at present.  If it’s urgent we suggest you try elsewhere.  We are open for assistance in re-homing dogs.  Please ring Helen on 01444 400371 or Paula on 01372 274484 if you need help with this.

Thanks for your understanding.

 

 

 

 

Thanks for attending driveway sale in Hove on Saturday

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Thank you to those people who called in and bought something at the driveway sale on Saturday.

 

 

 

Foster homes now available for re-homing dogs. Please note, this dog is not for re-homing.

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We are delighted to report that now lockdown measures are easing, we have been able to re-home the dogs from foster homes in which people showed an interest before lockdown.  This leaves us with space in foster homes to accommodate dogs looking for a new home. We have had numerous enquiries about accepting dogs for re-homing during the last few weeks but sadly had to turn them away.

When we have dogs available for re-homing they will appear on the website and Facebook page as soon as they have been assessed.  Please keep an eye out and ring the number given if you think you can offer the dog a forever home.

Thank you for continuing to follow Sussex Pet Rescue and although we haven’t been re-homing for the last few weeks, we have been very busy helping applicants with veterinary costs throughout this time.

If you are in the unfortunate position of looking for a new home for your dog, please ring Jan on 01403 864742 or Helen on 01444 400371.  Thank you.

 

 

 

 

Fundraising sale made £152. Thanks to all contributors.

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The forecourt sale in Hove on Saturday went very well and £152 was raised for Sussex Pet Rescue. Thanks to all contributors and to Keren for holding it.

 

 

 

Happy Easing! Please note, these dogs are not for re-homing.

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Here’s hoping that easing of the Covid advice has allowed many of our followers the chance to reunite with family and pets who have been missing each other for so long, and maybe to start thinking about summer holidays.

We’re sorry we haven’t been able to offer any dogs for re-homing for so long, however we have to take the health of our helpers and prospective new owners very seriously and we’re working on ways to begin carrying out home checks safely.

Thank you for continuing to support us during this extraordinary time, and please keep on checking our website because dogs will start appearing again soon.

 

 

 

Alison Ridley of Dog Delights: prize draw raised £300 for Sussex Pet Rescue!

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A huge thank you to Alison of Dog Delights for running her prize raffle on Sunday. The response was terrific and £300 was raised for Sussex Pet Rescue. Thank you also to Claire of the Big Barn who gave second prize, and to all the people who bought raffle tickets.

 

Bertie is missing, have you seen him?

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Bertie has been missing from his home in Peacehaven since Wednesday 22nd April. His collar had just been taken off, so he has no tag on but he is microchipped. He is very timid and wary of people, so is unlikely to come when called by a stranger. Please make a note of the number 07915 063272 and if you see him, please can you ring. Thanks.

Sussex Pet Rescue Helper Dogs to brighten up your day!

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Lola

Nellie

Benji and Amber

 

Kay and Bailey

Kenny

Poppy

Sid and Nellie

Mango Poppy and Frodo

 

Benji

Frodo

Loki (Please note, not for re-homing)

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Sue says: the two years that we have had our little boy Loki have gone so fast, he is very much loved and part of our family. Yes, such an amazing character being deaf has not held him back, he can now do recall and supervised closely he has off the lead walks and swims in the sea. He’s just an amazing person we are so blessed to have him in my life thank you Sussex pet rescue

Thanks Sue, for sharing him with us.

 

Eddie and Ron: (Please note, not for re-homing)

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Carey says: Eddie’s an SPR ‘ol boy, and almost 16 years with sweet old SPR rescue Ron, who could be bossy!

Thanks Carey, for sharing them with us.

Eddie

Ron