SPRING RESCUE - LIVING IN THE NEW COVID-19 WORLD
We have restarted the assessment and intake of new dogs
- Dogs will be taken in by the charity on a case by case basis - we will only take dogs that we believe we can help.
- New SRS guidelines for virtual dog assessment and virtual home checks will be applied.
The health and wellbeing of our dogs and our volunteers is at the heart of our organisation.
PLEASE NOTE: the guidelines may change without notice to keep in step with government policy, so do please keep checking back to our website.
The lockdown also means we are keeping dogs for longer in foster or in some cases kennels, which is adding to our costs. And of course, we are unable to do our usual fundraising at fairs and dog events.
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Anyone, in any circumstances, can feel safe to approach us to help a Springer Spaniel. We understand that the decision to give up a dog can be a difficult one.
We will arrange for one of our volunteers to come to meet you and assess the dog in its own environment, to let us know as much as possible about the dog. Once they have been assessed, they will be put on a waiting list until a suitable foster home becomes available. The dog will be further assessed in foster care, and we will then match them with a suitable new home and family.
If the situation is urgent, we will either arrange emergency fostering, or if that is not possible they will go into one of our assessed 'home from home' boarding kennels for a short time until a foster place becomes available.
If you would find this difficult, then we are happy for a friend or relative to contact us on your behalf, provided they have your permission to do so. You can also contact your nearest area coordinator.
If you wish to discuss re-homing your dog, please get in touch on 07739 552213 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you find this difficult, then we are happy for a friend or relative to contact us on your behalf, provided they have your permission to do so. You can also contact your nearest Area Coordinator.