FinD out all about our work in this documentary by our new patron, TV Vet Dr Scott

Animal Rescue Centres in the UK are in crisis | Rescue Vet with Dr Scott Miller: Dr Scott learns the shocking truth about the Rescue Centre crisis in the UK in this documentary about the essential role of NCAR in helping animals in need.

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We can help you find the best new home for your pet

Rehoming your pet is never an easy decision

giving up your dog

NCAR is here to help

Whatever the reason, NCAR is here to support you without judgement.

We understand that giving up a pet can be a difficult decision and can come with a lot of emotional stress.

Life can be challenging

At times, circumstances can make it challenging for pet owners to continue to provide the care and attention their pets require, and rehoming may be the best solution.

We recognise that there may be various reasons why you need to rehome your pet, such as changes in circumstances, relationship breakdowns, financial struggles, or health issues.

Our experts are here to advise

Our team is available to provide advice and guidance over the phone, and we will do everything we can to assist you in finding a suitable solution.

However, please note that we may not be able to take in every dog due to our capacity or other limitations. We also do have a long waiting list of animals waiting to come into our care. If this is the case, we will be honest with you about the reasons why and offer alternative arrangements whenever possible.

We can help but it may take time

We are committed to ensuring the best possible outcome for both you and your pet, and we will work with you to make this transition as smooth and stress-free as possible.

Our highly experienced staff will carefully match your animal with the most suitable loving home and you can be confident that you have done the best for your pet.

Struggling with Vet bills?

If you’re facing high veterinary costs or ongoing health issues with your pet and can’t afford to keep them, you can seek help via the links below:
PDSA
RSPCA Mobile clinic
Animal Trust, Rhyl
Dogs Trust
Cats Protection
Regrettably, we are unable to provide medical care for animals that are not under our care due to constraints in financial resources and time.

Behavioural problems?

If you’re experiencing behavioural issues with your pet or need help with rehoming, we encourage you to contact our team directly. We can provide advice and contacts for behavioural experts who can help you address the problems you’re facing.

While we aim to assist, given the number of animals under our care, we ask pet owners to have realistic expectations regarding the behavioural problems we can address. We recommend seeking external support from a behaviourist at your own expense.

Don’t rehome via facebook

Advertising on any form of social media to rehome your pet is not recommended as it’s hard to know if potential adopters are capable of providing the best care. Additionally, some individuals have malicious intentions and may seek animals for illegal activities like fighting.

To ensure your pet’s safety and well-being, contact a reputable animal rescue organisation like ours for assistance in finding a loving home that meets their specific needs.

Fill in this form and find out how we can help

We don’t receive any government funding, so we rely on donations and support from people like you to cover the costs of caring for homeless animals. and to help us care for them by volunteering. We want to assure you that we take your help and contributions seriously and spend the money responsibly.

Thank you for considering supporting our cause!

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