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Tower Farm, Oxford Road, Stokenchurch, Bucks, HP14 3TD
01494 482 695
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Stokenchurch Dog Rescue and Welfare Society
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Stokenchurch Dog Rescue is an entirely independent and self-supporting registered charity (No. 274589) and currently has kenneling facilities for 60 dogs. It is managed by a Board of (voluntary) Trustees and supported by a band of loyal and hard-working volunteers.
We receive no official funding of any kind and are totally reliant on donations and the fundraising efforts of our volunteers.
We are proud of our non-destruction policy, believing that somewhere there is a kind and permanent home for every dog. And unlike the larger national dog rescue centres, we also take in and care for the sick, the old and the traumatised. If we have room, we offer them all a home and do everything within our power to rehabilitate them whenever possible, both physically and psychologically.
Our aspirations are high: It is our aim to rehome all the dogs that come to us.
Unfortunately, due to negative and distressing experiences in their past, some dogs are very difficult to re-home and will probably have to remain with us for life. Of course, if circumstances for any of our re-homed dogs should change, they will always find a welcome back with us until we can find a home for them once again.
Our honorary Veterinary surgeon is a frequent visitor to our kennels, and no dog goes without the medical treatment that it may require. We also keep in contact with other welfare organisations and breed rescue centres to ensure we find the most suitable homes for our dogs as quickly as possible.
For those dogs that have been particularly traumatised we employ an animal behaviourist who visits regularly to assess their needs. Once assessed, suitable training - or re-training - programmes are set up to ensure that they can be re-homed safely.
We ask all prospective adopters to register at the Kennels prior to choosing a dog and, should we not have a suitable dog at the time of your visit, your name and address will be kept on our register until the right dog for you becomes available.
We are situated on the A40 just West of Stokenchurch Village and within 250 yards of Junction 5 of the M40.
Kennel Opening Times:
10.00am-12.30pm (viewing area closed) and 2.00pm-4.00pm every day except Thursday.
VIEWING TIMES - PLEASE NOTE - Once you have registered with us, you can view the dogs ready for rehoming between the hours of 2.00 p.m. and 3.45 pm everyday except Thursday.
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