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post 2nd Sep 2002, 9:46 pm
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RSPCA Tameside and Glossop Branch

There are approximately 160 Branches of the RSPCA and every Branch is slightly different from its neighbours. Branches operate their own animal welfare programmes, which run "in tandem" with the National Society. Each branch raises its own funds and manages its own affairs. The Tameside and Glossop Branch doesn't employ paid staff but raises money to fund the private boarding of animals brought in by RSPCA Inspectors until they can be rehomed and to help people living in our area and in financial need to access emergency veterinary treatment and neutering for their animals.


We cover a small corner of Derbyshire in addition to Greater Manchester and are able to rehome outside our area, although priority is given to those living in and around Greater Manchester. RSPCA Branches will home check for one another. However, anyone interested in adopting one of our animals must meet their new dog before taking them home.

We only accept dogs and other animals from RSPCA Inspectors and as a result many have been subjected to cruelty or neglect by their previous owners.

Our Branch Policies can be found HERE These in no way obviate the RSPCA National Society's rehoming policies which can be found HERE, along with advice on Rehoming a Rescued Dog

Although our branch has a non-destruction policy for dogs and other animals in our care, every year 1000s of dogs in this country are needlessly killed. In the US its estimated that for every human seven cats and dogs are born, its a very similar situation in this country, work it out for yourself there are just not enough homes. If more people neutered their dogs this national tragedy could be prevented.


Nationally, in one year - Over 1.4m phone calls, 183,000 rescues, 82,000 new homes. Only 328 inspectors.

To arrange to meet one of our dogs

Tel: 0795 412 2481 (24 hr ansaphone - calls are usually collected after 6pm and before 8am). To make an appointment to view leave your name and a contact phone number, or email us at office@rspca-tameside-glossop.org.uk

Please note that our dogs are in private boarding and/or foster homes you need to ring to make an appointment to meet the dog you are interested in.


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post 9th Apr 2014, 8:19 am
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Boysie is a 5 year old crossbreed. This lovely boy has come into our care through no fault of his own. He loves people has grown up with children and is good with other dogs. His only fault he does pull on the lead. He is looking for a family that wants to take him on long walks and then give him a cuddle.


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post 21st May 2014, 8:25 am
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Maisie is a 5 year old Staffie cross, who was taken in by an RSPCA inspector and had her all clear from the RSPCA's Greater Manchester Animal Hospital. She has not received the care she needed in her previous family and is now looking for that very special person who will give her the wonderful life she has missed out on so far. Despite her previous bad experiences she is still great with people and walks well with other dogs as long as they are not "in her face".

Maisie is looking for a family with or without older children - over 10s please as she is quite a bouncy girl. Maisie needs to be an only dog, so that she can get all her family's love and care without having to share.


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post 16th Jul 2014, 7:42 am
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Millie is a 5 year old crossbreed who is very friendly, boisterous and gets on well with bigger dogs. She will be well suited to someone who can give her lots of attention and walks as she loves this. She is well behaved on a lead but please be aware if she finds a cat or something she likes the smell of when off the lead she will run after them.

She loves to play and she will entertain you rolling over with her legs up in the air. She is a lovely dog and will become your best friend, she will be missed by her old family.

For further enquiries please ring Pat on 01625 520693 or 07811 404346


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Colin is a very smart, small, black greyhound with a white shirt front. He is 5 years of age and a discarded victim of the racing and betting industry. Colin walks well on the lead and will be fine with other dogs once he has met a few who are a bit smaller and fluffier than he is used to.

Just like most greyhounds who have spent their lives in a trainerís kennels Colin will need to find a family who will understand that he will need a bit of patience to become accustomed to the sights and sounds of daily family life, such as a vacuum cleaner, a washing machine and of course the stairs!

If you would like to meet Colin please donít hesitate to phone or email the branch, leaving a contact phone number on our answerphone so that our dog rehoming people can ring you to arrange a convenient time for you and your family to meet him.


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Spot
is approximately 10 years old and came to the branch to find a caring home when his owner sadly passed away. He is a lovely, lively Jack Russell type terrier who loves people and gets on well with other dogs. However, he doesnít like cats so needs a cat free home. Spot currently lives in a foster home where he has quickly made himself at home, he loves a cup of tea in the morning, he is training his fosterers well. He loves his cuddles and is house trained. His foster family have described him as a lovely loyal companion.

Spot has had a full health check, a fatty lump removed and a full dental, so his teeth are sparkling clean but with a few gaps. He is now a very lively little dog who is loving his life without toothache and that lump, so he is all ready to go.

If you could offer this charming little dog a forever home where he will get plenty of walks and be taken to see new places and meet new people he will soon find his way into your heart.


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Max
is an eleven year old Black and White Staffy, who due to his ownersí change in circumstances we have been asked to find a retirement home for him. Max has been looking for a new home since July 2014. He has been neutered and is fully vaccinated. He is a lovely dog, very loving and affectionate and he has been around children since was puppy.

He like lots of attention and plenty of walks. He is fun to be around. He may be older in years but not in himself.


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Harley is approx 6 years old. He is a crossbreed but does seem to have some German Shepherd in him, he a larger sized dog. He has come into our care from another RSPCA centre where he had been with them since February. He is a lovely boy who is good with people and other dogs.


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Lilli is a twelve month old American Bulldog. Lilli came into our care through one of our Inspectors in a very underweight condition. She has now been with a foster family for quite a few weeks and has blossomed into a lovely, lively puppy. Her foster family have been teaching her how to walk nicely on a lead and she is doing really well.

The other week Lilliís foster mum fell and broke her foot, and is ok. At the time she fell, Lilly tried to pull her inside by her arm and tried to get the attention of another family member who was in the house. Lilli now wonít leave her foster motherís side and tries to help her up the stairs and makes sure no one goes near her leg. Sheís been really good since her fosterer came home from hospital and looks after her when other members of the family are out.

Lilli is house trained and is now ready for her forever home which she definitely deserves, but she has asked that there are lots of cuddles and walks.


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