Owing to staff illness, no vet help at present. Carol at Happy Breed Rescue on 01444 239005 may be able to help.

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Would your dog like to meet Santa Paws!

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Save the date please! Saturday 30th November & Sunday 1st December 2019 12-4pm at Benwick Kennels, Maple Road, Peacehaven BN10 8UT.

All proceeds to Sussex Pet Rescue: tea tent, cakes, Santa Paws for doggies, paddock open to play and Charlotte from #Styledtopawfection will be on hand for advice and nail clipping Sunday 🐶🐾🐶💕

Ruby & Beetle are still missing. Have you seen them?

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Border terriers Ruby and Beetle were stolen from the Scottish Borders on 28th December 2018.  They are still missing and their owners are hoping that someone, somewhere may come across them, see this and get in touch.  Please ring 07885 712165 or 07989 513946 if you have any information.

Huge thanks to everyone who donated to Sussex Pet Rescue for Ali’s birthday!

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Ali asked for donations to SPR instead of presents.  The response was amazing.  Thank you very much.

No more books for now please!

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Thanks to your great generosity, we now have no more space for books, so please stop ringing for the moment.  Many thanks.

Benefits of pets for kids

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This article might be of interest if you have children and are thinking about a rescue dog:
 
Sam Benedict Parker is a freelance writer who has helped to put this article together. Thanks for drawing our attention to it, Sam. Please note Sussex Pet Rescue has no connection to Direct Line and this is not a recommendation of their products. Please also note that it is Sussex Pet Rescue’s policy not to rehome a dog with children younger than 5 years old living at the property.

 

Please be patient …………….

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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.

Many thanks.

 

Successful Sky Dives

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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.

Many thanks!

 

 

Mylo lost

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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:
http://www.doglost.co.uk/poster.php?dogId=124576#.Wn9PBOjFLcs

Dog disease Alabama Rot discovered in Sussex!

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Please note: the dog disease ‘Alabama Rot’ has been recently reported in the area (please see below).
https://www.chichester.co.uk/news/cases-of-alabama-rot-confirmed-in-sussex-1-8332337
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.
http://www.vetsure.com/pet-information/latest-pet-news/alabama-rot-and-lyme-disease/