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Hike for Hounds 2018 – A walk in the rain

Around 30 hikers assembled in the pouring rain on Saturday 6th October to take part in our annual Hike for Hounds sponsored walk. A big shout out to Bexon’s Munch Box for supplying the tasty breakfast cobs and opening on a Saturday especially for us. Each and every hiker sends you their profound thanks. We… Read more »

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Meet Jo – Our new vet

We are very pleased to announce that Joanne Henstock has joined our team here at the centre as our new permanent veterinary surgeon. Jo will be working with and teaching the Nottingham University vet students as they gain experience of shelter medicine. Having Jo on site full time means we will be able to carry… Read more »

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Lolly flying high as the building arrives on site

The first part of our new Rehoming and Education centre has arrived on site and is being prepared for use. The sections are pre-fabricated in the factory and are then transported to site. We had a massive crane to unload the lorries and move the sections into place.  We are now looking forward to the… Read more »

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The First Dig and “Hello” to Lolly

Lots of excitement here at the centre as work begins on our brand new Rehoming and Education centre.  We thought this was a good time to introduce you to our new mascot Lolly, who has been adopted by a member of staff here at the centre.  Lolly will be on hand during the construction of… Read more »

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Three Peaks Challenge Raises £600 for the Centre!

A big-hearted member of staff at a Nottingham animal sanctuary has gone the extra mile to help change the lives of the animals in the centre’s care. Rachel Mccombie, an animal care assistant at RSPCA Radcliffe, took on the notorious Three Peaks Challenge to help the hundreds of dogs, cats and rabbits that the centre… Read more »

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10 Benefits of Rehoming an Older Pet

      When considering adopting an animal it is more often than not that people tend to be steered towards the younger animals, and in turn this means that our more senior pets spend longer looking for their forever home. It seems the main worries people have when adopting an older pet is the… Read more »

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10 Things to Keep Away from Your Pets!

From the 18th – 22nd March it is National Poison Prevention Week and we thought it was important to make pet owners aware of the things that can cause their animals to become unwell. The most common one we are all aware of is chocolate but there are other things that you may have in… Read more »

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Pets At Home helps give our animals a ‘second chance’

  By Evie Holmes Kind-hearted shoppers at a Nottingham store have helped ensure pets get a ‘second chance of happiness’ after raising £1,000 for an animal sanctuary.   Caring customers at Pets at Home in Grantham have raised more than £3,000 during the store’s annual Santa Paws appeal – with animals at RSPCA Radcliffe set… Read more »

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