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The welfare of animals is our main priority and drives every decision we make. A large part of our work with animals is supporting people who are looking to rehome a rescue pet or who have already rehomed an animal and need some additional support.

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The month of May is 'Lyme Disease Awareness Month'.We have created a useful infographic that contains symptoms, prevention, and more.  See below:To download the infographic, please click here. For more advice, please visit 

Stray cat
Cats do not have the same legal status as dogs do, meaning that they have very little protection in the eyes of the law. This means that local councils and authorities do not have a responsibility to deal with lost or stray cats. 

Staying safe around cattle
Walking with your dog through a field of cows can be an intimidating and nerve-wracking experience, so here are some tips to help keep you and your dog safe:

Discovering your dog is lost or has been stolen and not knowing what happened to them has to be an owner’s worst nightmare.As part of Pet Theft Awareness Week, we have put together a downloadable pet theft pack, to help you avoid finding yourself in this awful position, and also to help any owner...

National Animal Welfare Trust believes that no responsible dog owner wants their pet to harm or kill livestock and yet seemingly innocent family pets are capable of chasing, injuring or killing livestock as news reports reveal.  This guide offers you an overview of the law as well as some practical...

Please make sure you're as prepped as you can be ahead of Halloween. This holiday can be extremely scary for our pets (and us!). Here are our top tips:  1. Walk your dog before it gets dark, so you’re not taking them out in the evening, where a lot of loud noises and bright lights might startle...

In a recent survey NAWT ran with Dogs Today magazine, 68% of people told us they let their dogs off lead on most walks, and being able to walk your dog offlead was one of the biggest considerations is where dog owners decided to walk their dogs. Off lead exercise not only gives your dog physical...