We are very much hands on with all the dogs we take in and able to give an honest character description of each dog. We become emotionally attached to every dog and its always hard letting them go, but the knowledge they go forward to a fabulous life is reward in it self.
Last year our Vet fees combined with medication. physio/Hydrotherapy came to just over £18,500
We have worked with some interesting cases, 2 x leg Amputees, Tumours, Neospora, 2 x Tail Amputees, Adder Bite, Entropion, Emaciated dog with 62 Grass seeds in his Paws, Toxic poisoning, IOHC on both legs of a Spaniel, Overbred Bitches, Neglect, Abandonment, These are things we can work through and we can see the physical improvements of each dog.. The hardest ones are the dogs that have lived their lives in fear and its these dogs that need the time to adjust and move forward!
Our adoption fee is £325.00. Each dog leaves with 5 weeks free Insurance with Agria Pet Insurance, Vaccinations, worm/flea treatment to date & Microchip Transfer. (we do not neuter any dog under the age of 18 months unless there is a medical reason to do so)
Any KC Reg dog that comes in with papers leaves with their papers. Home checks take place with the dog themselves, we look at suitability for that particular dog and the dog chooses their new home. We do stipulate any dog adopted through us can never be sold or re-homed, should circumstances ever change the dog must come back to us.
HOW TO APPLY
If you are interested in any of the dogs placed up for adoption please use the Contact form on this site telling us a bit about your lifestyle, family, work hours, Children, Other pets and your contact details.
Please do not apply if the dog is marked Under Assessment as that dog could be assessed for a while.
Please understand we do not hold a register of your requirements and we do not get dogs to order as we would never be able to fulfil everyone's expectations... The dogs up for adoption will appear on this page and also our FB page.
We receive a high volume of interest for each dog and we do the best we can finding the right home.
What started off as a small local rescue in 2016 has expanded far bigger than I ever thought possible.
Buddy's name has gone forward to help so many dogs and I am so proud he is my dog. (A three legged terrier who thinks he is a spaniel)!
We were honoured to be mentioned in 'The Field' Magazine August 2018 edition featuring Olive, Fizz & Star centrefold and a photo of Buddy himself.
We are proud to have 10 Police Dogs with Avon & Somerset Police and also Two Labradors that have gone forward to be trained as Assistance Dogs.
On the 18th March 2020 Buddy's Rural Animal Rescue BRAR became a Registered Charity, Reg No:- 1188618. A status we have worked hard to achieve and so very proud. We now have a board of trustees committed to expanding the Rescue moving forward to something bigger.
Buddy's Rural Animal Rescue