When it comes to the warmer months, our animals can need even more attention. Whilst we might enjoy the sunshine on summer days, the hotter weather can mean disaster for our rabbits and guinea pigs if they aren’t properly checked. One major problem in this time is flystrike, but we wanted to give some general… Read more »
StaffiClub members Chris & Marie Cummins hosted the annual Right Royal Fun Day event on our behalf last year in 2018 and this year will be their 5th one! Please come along and join in the fun on the 13th July 2019…… We would really love to spread to word and try and… Read more »
Hike for Hounds 2018 – A walk in the rain…. Around 30 hikers assembled in the pouring rain on Saturday 6th October 2018 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… Read more »
Jenni organised a Sunrise to Sunset Swim & Bike Run event with her club mates and in the process raised funds for our animals here at Radcliffe Animal Centre. Following recovery from an injury in 2017, having to re-learn to walk again after rupturing her achilles tendon and to celebrate a significant birthday. So on Saturday 4th… Read more »
We have received some amazing poems from our very creative and talented readers. Thank you to everyone who entered our ✍️ Poetry competition ✍️ Congratulation to Julie, we felt your poem captured our hearts and told Radcliffe Animal Centre’s story. Well done Julie and thank you. We hope you all enjoy how we have brought Julie’s poem to… Read more »
Hedgehogs are nocturnal and only come out at night. Generally any hedgehog out during the day is probably in trouble and should be taken to a wild life centre or your local vets, who will be able to advise and assist you. However, during the summer months female hedgehogs may come out in late afternoons… Read more »
We wanted to highlight the hurdles animals also face in a silent world……. Badger and Bodger are both completely deaf. Below our training video explains with positive training, patience and dedication, just how rewarding and clever our 4 legged friends are ❤️
Here is our second training video with crucial tips on recommended do’s and don’ts on training your dog. First a recap of last week, the ‘sit’ command and this week we are focusing on the ‘down’ command.