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> Hope Rescue, South Wales based rescue rehoming throughout the UKH
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post 28th Jul 2007, 7:31 am
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Hope Rescue is not a rescue in the conventional sense. We are primarily a co-ordinating rescue. Most of our work involves moving dogs from put to sleep or emergency situations. We secure rescue spaces for these dogs with reputable rescues and we will also transport them to the rescue.

The majority of the dogs we deal with are strays from Local Authority pounds which would otherwise be euthanised once they have completed their statutory 7 days.

We also take in dogs for rehoming ourselves via a network of fantastic and dedicated foster homes which enable us to fully assess the dogs in our care prior to rehoming. Details of our current dogs for rehoming can be found below or please visit our website Hope Rescue Website.

Rehoming procedure

All of our dogs are neutered (if over 6 months), vaccinated, flea treated, wormed and micro-chipped prior to adoption.

We ask for a minimum donation as follows:

160 , all dogs if old enough are neutered , if not old enough neutering is the new families responsibility.

We have a thorough rehoming process at Hope Rescue:

Completion of our initial Interest Form
Informal telephone chat
Home Check
Meet the Dog
Guardianship Agreement
Follow-up visit (if necessary)

We also have some basic rehoming criteria. Occasionally we can be flexible and this will be detailed on the individual dogs rehoming information:

We do not rehome to homes with children under 5 years unless specified on the individual dogs rehoming information

We do not rehome to homes with existing dogs that are not neutered (unless for medical or exceptional circumstances)

We will rehome certain dogs to full-time workers where specified in the rehoming information, however you must make arrangements for someone to visit during the day e.g. a dog sitter

Prior to rehoming you will be required to visit the dog either in our kennels or foster home together with any other dogs in your family

If you are interested in one of our dogs then you can down load the paperwork from the website Rehoming Paperwork or please ring 07834 525753 (no calls after 9 p.m. please) or email her at dogs@hoperescue.org.uk


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