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Mickey, Minnie, Fievel, Jerry & Mr Jangles

By | Small Animals

Mickey, Minnie, Fievel, Jerry and Mr Jangles (Animal Numbers 1828 to 1832) are 9 week old brothers from the same litter.

We are 5 curious young boys, who love to explore their surroundings. Our favourite things to do are running through tunnels, getting cosy in our house and treats!

We are currently separated into two and a three however, we can be rehomed as a group.

 

If you are interested in rehoming Mickey, Minnie, Fievel, Jerry and Mr Jangles , please fill out the application form below.

Please note: due to limited resources we are unable to get back to everyone. If you do not hear from us you have been unsuccessful on this occasion. 

 

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Shadow

By | Dogs

Shadow – Dog Number 1583 – Age (approx) 1 years old – SBT – Arrival Date – September 2021.

Shadow needs an adult only foster home and he needs to be the only animal in the home.

Shadow is a super bouncy, fun and bright 1 year old boy who has sadly missed out on some key socialisation, having been born during a lockdown and not having the best start in life. While on foster, he’s been excelling with his training, and is slowly being socialised with the world around him. However, he’s currently in a relatively busy area that is sometimes too much for him.

With people he knows, Shadow is incredibly friendly and cuddly — excellent with all handling, around resources, and loves training and playing with his toys, as well as snoozing on the couch. With people he doesn’t know, he can be worried and reactive at first, and can growl and lunge if he feels trapped. If introduced appropriately, he quickly relaxes in their presence. He can be similarly worried around dogs but has met a few calm dogs nicely on lead. Due to his reactivity, Shadow has been muzzled associated and is happy to wear it on walks.  While on foster, he’s shown signs of separation-related behaviours (whining, pacing and toileting if left alone), and his foster parents are diligently working to build up his time left alone.

Shadow has responded excellently to consistent training and has huge potential for further improvements. He’s clicker trained and has been working on his impulse control and responses to scary stimuli, as well as learning a few tricks along the way! He will need experienced owners willing to continue his training and exposure to his triggers at his pace. 

If you are interested in fostering Shadow, please fill out the application form below.

Please note: due to limited resources we are unable to get back to everyone. If you do not hear from us you have been unsuccessful on this occasion. 

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Volunteer Stores keeper

By | Uncategorised

Purpose of the role:

To help with the organisation of our storage areas, including food, bedding and overflow storage areas. Assist in moving any donations into the correct storage areas, and sort any donations to ensure they are usable. Rotate food stock to ensure all food is usable and within date. Help keep site clean and tidy and animal blocks stocked to appropriate levels with food, bedding and consumables. This role will include a lot of heavy lifting, moving and handling so will require a good level of physical fitness

Responsible to:

Animal welfare manager

Site supervisor

Main Duties:

  • Sort donations received to ensure donations are of good quality and usable
  • Organise stores to ensure food is usable and in date
  • Arrange storage areas for bedding and locks to make sure the bedding is usable and organised for ease of use and access.
  • Help in moving and donations or stock to the relevant areas ensuring they are stored to meet health and safety standards
  • Assist in general cleaning and tidying of communal site areas

Time commitment:

We have volunteer positions available 7 days per week form 9am to 6pm

Skills and qualifications:

  • We do not need you to have qualifications for this position, you must be willing to complete a Manual Handling Awareness course upon accepting this volunteer position.
  • An understanding of health and safety guidelines would be beneficial
  • A willingness to work outside in all weather conditions is essential

Please note you must be aged 18 or over to volunteer.

Only successful applicants will be contacted

If you are interested in this volunteer position please fill out the form below

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Volunteer Dog walker – Claremont road

By | Uncategorised

Purpose of the role:

To provide additional exercise to dogs in our care looking this will be in the form of Dog walking and some off lead play time. working with the behaviour team to provide exercise for dogs in our care, you will work closely with the arrivals team to ensure each dogs individual needs are met.

Responsible to:

Arrivals Manager

Assistant Arrival’s manager

Main Duties:

  • Take dogs on walks around site, with the potential to take some dogs off site once confident
  • Play with dogs in our designated enclosed areas – both indoor and outdoor
  • Ensure each dogs individual needs are met when walking
  • Cleaning up after each dog you walk
  • Reporting any concerns – behaviour or medical- as soon as possible to the appropriate people
  • Some dogs have behaviour issues and require you to follow instructions when handling and working with them, you must be willing to follow training instructions and guidance provided by our arrivals team

Time commitment:

We have volunteer positions available daily in the afternoons, between 12 and 5

Skills and qualifications:

  • We do not need you to have qualifications for this position but do ask you have experience of walking dogs, either personal or professional
  • A willingness to work outside in all weather conditions
  • An understanding that each dogs individual needs must be met, and any walking instructions should be followed

Please note you must be aged 18 or over to volunteer.

Only successful applicants will be contacted

If you are interested in this volunteer position please fill out the form below

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Cruise

By | Dogs

Cruise – Dog Number 1673- Age (approx) 2 year – Shar-Pei cross- Arrival Date – October 2021.

Cruise can go home with children 16+ but no other animals in the home

Cruise is quite a whirlwind of energy, he approaches life like a bull in a china shop and he often doesn’t stop to think about what he is doing before he does it. Cruise is an absolute clown and is forever making us laugh with his character, and his goofy antics.

However, Cruise can be incredibly stubborn and for the most part chooses not to listen to a word you have to say to him! He can get far too overwhelmed when around other dogs and he just switches off from the rest of the world altogether. This can be intimidating for most dogs and he does get some negative reactions back.

Cruise sadly doesn’t appear to have had much training and can be a bit of a challenge, an experienced home is a must for Cruise alongside a home with patience and time to commit to him. His larger than life goofy personality makes him a lovable rogue, and in the right home he will thrive. The pleasure of seeing how far he has come will be the most satisfying reward for any proud committed owner.

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Foster carer

By | Uncategorised

Purpose of the role:

  • To provide a safe place in your home to care for an animal who may be struggling in the shelter environment.

Animals needing foster carers are usually receiving veterinary treatment, recovering from operations, or really struggling with the shelter environment, these cats may not be comfortable with your attention initially and need space and reassurance to allow them to settle into a home environment whilst we find the perfect home for them.

Responsible to:

  • Animal welfare manager
  • Designated Key worker

Main duties:

  • Providing warm safe space within your home – if fostering a cat we would ask you have a spare room specifically for your foster cat which can be used as a sanctuary room for the cat, although this may not apply to all of our cats an explanation of space available for a foster cat would be beneficial.
  • Monitoring your foster animal for signs of stress or illness and reporting any concerns directly to us.
  • Administering medication when needed, and updating us on any concerns or development with medical conditions
  • Keeping in regular contact with your appointed key worker
  • Transporting our animal to any veterinary appointments or back to shelter to meet any potential adopters, or when the foster period ends

Hand rearing kittens – this will be specialist foster carers not an option for all foster carers

Time commitment:

Depending on your foster animals individual needs we ask you have some spare time to allow your animal to settle into their new environment, and you have flexibility to transport animals when needed.

Hand rear kittens need full time commitment as they often require feeding every 2 to 4 hours, 24hours per day.

What’s included:

We provide all food, cat litter, walking aides, bedding, toys and anything else we feel may be needed to help your foster animal settle.

We also provide all medication where needed.

You will receive training where necessary and be given a detailed background on any medical issues or behavioural concerns. You will have a key worker who will be available for regular updates about your animals rehome status, or medical needs. They will also be on hand to offer reassurance to you and answer any concerns.

Skills and qualification:

No skills or qualifications are needed, however being an experienced animal owner would be a benefit. Certain dogs, cats or kittens will only be matched to foster carers with specific experience, so please provide as much detail as possible when completing your application form.

All we ask is:

  • You  must be 18 years or older
  • You must hold a full driving license (necessary to ensure the animal can receive urgent veterinary treatment)
  • You must be a homeowner or be able to provide written landlord permission that you are able to have a pet in the home
  • You must live within a 20-mile radius of our Rehoming Centre, Benton Lane, NE12 8EH

All applications will be reviewed, and a telephone meeting arranged to discuss the finer details.  If you are chosen as a foster carer, we will invite you down to site to meet the team, and some of our wonderful animals, to give you a clearer understanding of how the process will work.

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  • Please note: volunteers have to be over 18 years of age.
    This does not have to be a bedroom, but it must be a quiet room dedicated to your foster animal.
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Volunteer Dog Walker – Benton North Farm

By | Uncategorised

Purpose of the role:

To provide additional exercise to dogs in our care looking this will be in the form of Dog walking and some off lead play time. Working with the animal care team to provide exercise for dogs in our care, you will work with the rehoming team to ensure each dogs individual needs are met.

Responsible to:

Assistant animal welfare manager

Animal welfare supervisor

Main Duties:

  • Take dogs on walks around site, with the potential to take some dogs off site once confident
  • Play with dogs in our designated enclosed areas – both indoor and outdoor
  • Ensure each dogs individual needs are met when walking
  • Cleaning up after each dog you walk
  • Reporting any concerns – behaviour or medical- as soon as possible to the appropriate people
  • Basic grooming such as brushing may be done with the dogs, only with dogs this has been deemed possible to do so.
  • Some dogs have behaviour issues and require you to follow instructions when handling and working with them, you must be willing to follow training instructions and guidance provided by our arrivals team

Time commitment:

We have volunteer positions available on weekday afternoons, between 12 and 5

Skills and qualifications:

  • We do not need you to have qualifications for this position but do ask you have experience of walking dogs, either personal or professional
  • A willingness to work outside in all weather conditions
  • An understanding that each dogs individual needs must be met, and any walking instructions should be followed

Please note you must be aged 18 or over to volunteer.

Only successful applicants will be contacted

If you are interested in this volunteer position please fill out the form below

Volunteer Application Form
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