To report a mistreated, neglected, injured or distressed
animal please call the RSPCA 24 hour cruelty line on
0300 1234 999
See the RSPCA’s guidance on how to report cruelty to animals
On Wednesday 17th October 8 dogs were dumped near Redmile in the Vale of Belvoir, four Newfoundland dogs, two cockapoos and two Lhasa-apsos.The dogs, believed to have been used for breeding, were in such a state that they required immediate veterinary treatment, which they received here at the RSPCA Radcliffe Animal Centre.
If you have any information about these dogs or their circumstances then please call the National RSPCA Cruelty Line on 0300 1234999
It took 2 days to dematt these poor dogs and Kennelgate Pet Superstores in Gamston helped by offering their professional grooming services . The dogs’ recovery and rehabilitation are in the very early stages but we will keep you posted as often as we possibly can on their recovery.
Our resident vet Jo Henstock commented “The transformation was incredible” and you can read Jo’s full story below.
Jo Blogs:The Redmile Dogs
We also thought this was an ideal time to share with you how our hard working and dedicated staff look after our dogs every single day.
All our animals are under a full rehabilitation programme involving behavioural assessments and monitoring. We make sure you can find the best match for you.
Find your perfect pet
With the focus firmly on animal welfare, the new centre will see better facilities for those interested in animal adoption, supported by an education suite where young people and other community groups can come and learn about the valuable work of the RSPCA and this animal centre.
We are an independent charity and receive no financial backing from the national lottery or government and are separately registered from the national RSPCA.
Donate to the new Rehoming and Education Centre
Alternatively, we still welcome donations via cash and cheque in our centre.
Find out more about our centre rebuild