Registered charity number 1151287 Wansford Cambridgeshire
We rescue unwanted dogs and puppies, and rehome to new
Thousands of unwanted dogs, strays and pound dogs have found their way through our kennels during the 30 years we have
been rescuing dogs.
You are very welcome to visit our kennels by appointment
Registered Charity Number 1151287
Have you ever considered offering a Staffordshire Bull terrier a forever home. The answer maybe "no" it maybe "yes" but before you decide please see our
and reasons you may be surprised by for considering a Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Welcome to our website and we hope you find the perfect companion for youself. Before you start your search please do take a minute to read about our appeal to find loving new homes for some of our overlooked residents. At Animal Helpline we try to help any breed who needs our help space permitting, for this reason a majority of the dogs we do take into our care are the ones who may wait longer for a new home.
A large percentage of people looking to help a rescue dog will want a Spaniel a Labrador a small dog or a Collie type. The plain crossbreed the Staffordshire Bull terrier the large dog will all be bottom of most peoples list or not even make that list.
This appeal is a push for that dog, the one people will pass and not even give a second glance to, the one who if you saw a picture of you would quickly pass over, the one who may not have the looks but the nature that would just be perfect for you.
Would you take A PEEK at some of these dogs waiting patiently
PETS AT HOME.
Do you shop at Pets at home?
Do you have a VIP card?
Do you know you can help the rescue raise funds by registering your card to Animal Helpline?
If you enjoy walking and have a passion for dogs come and join our dog walking club and get fit in the process.
We are looking for volunteers to walk our dogs, especially our large dogs during the week. Please ring 07849 637862 or 01780783331
Fun Agility/ obedience training and socializing held at the rescue. These are FUN Sessions –
AMAZON WISH LIST
Alot of people are not able to adopt or volunteer but you can still make a dog's wish come true by sending a gift via our
Blankets & bedding - especially blankets/ throws/ bedspreads (prefably no pillows)
Thank you to all the wonderful items already donated.
Please meet our Baz who is our Star Dog. Baz is a sunny happy boy who has been waiting far to long for his own forever home. For more information on Baz and what he is looking for in a new home please do SEE HERE
Thank you to Pets at Home and Pedigree for all their support and donations.
Do you have some spare time? Do you enjoy driving? Do you want to help dogs? We need volunteer drivers to ferry our dogs to and from vets appointments and to collect donations for us. Fuel will be covered. If you can offer your time and vehicle please ring and speak to Roz on 07849 637862 or 01780783331
Animal Helpline want to thank Chris Faddy, Lino Giordano and all involved for the amazing amount of £3000 they raised recently at the Filthy Mutts fancy dress ball.
GUINESS BOOK OF RECORDS CHALLENGE
A Guinness Book of records challenge will be taking place at our Animal Helpline dog show on Saturday 29th August at The Haycock, Wansford, Peterborough, PE8 6JA . Our very own volunteer Lee Stewart will be attempting to beat the world record for 'the most t-shirts worn at once' which is currently 274. Lee is attempting this all in aid of Animal Helpline and our bid to raise funds to build a new playpen for our dogs.
The new playpen will be a valuable asset to our dogs and allow them to run free and enjoy some time out from a kennel environment, please support us in Lee's attempt.
Everyone is welcome to come along and support on the day at the Animal Helpline dog show in Wansford. Along with the World Record attempt there will be lots of other activities for children and dogs alike, including Face painting, Rescue dog parade, Dog show, Stalls, Have a go Agility, Refreshment tent , Horticultural show and lots more.
Please watch the video below to see our plans for the Playpen project and why we do what we do.
Rosie has come to us with a fractured leg; she has had initial surgery, but has more to undergo.Woodward Veterinary Practice have very kindly donated some of the costs towards repairing the fracture but we need to raise more.
This young puppy is a fun loving sweetheart. If you can please help in donating towards her vet bill we would be most grateful. Thank You
For all our events this year please do check out our