ADOPT A DOG
in conjunction with:
Carr House Rescue,
East Carr Rd.,
Off Saltshouse Road, Hull
01482 701738 01482 701738
Hull Animal Welfare Trust
01430 423986 01430 423986
Jerry Green Dog Rescue
Tel: 01430 449112
SOME FIRST-POINT CONTACTS SHOULD YOUR DOG GET LOST
Carr House (dogs found in Hull often taken here): as above.
Dog-Warden (Hull City Council):
(from April 2008):
08457 887700 08457 887700
or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Law states that every dog must be identichipped, and all details up to date.
Please be advised: if you find a lost dog, the warden will allegedly, collect it within 12 hours. Should you lose patience and release said dog back into the wild, you will be committing a criminal offence!! Well done ERYC for encouraging public spirited citizens to come forward!!!
Jarrett Hill Kennels
(for some dogs picked up by the warden):
01430 423685 / 01430 423685
Arram Road, Leconfield, HU17 7NP
01964-551351 / 01964-551351
Hull Animal Welfare Trust: (as above)
Peel Veterinary, Hornsea
(dogs sometimes taken here):
01964 532770 / 01964 532770
OWNING A DOG IS NOT A RIGHT, BUT A PRIVILEGE!
Every dog deserves a good life, pack-membership and consistent leadership. It's a happy dog that knows its place, and a wise owner who reinforces it .Just like small children, dogs need rules and boundaries because nobody likes an ill-mannered brat!
Obedience-training aims to teach the owner basic Dog-Speak, and the dog Human body-language, so that both understand each other. The canine/human partnership is an enduring and very precious one. We wish you and your dog many years of fun together.
Welcome to our webpage, running in partnership with Carr House Rescue. Our aim is to help in finding new homes for the many deserving dogs which, through no fault of their own, have ended up in rescue. Some have been brought in by the Dog-Warden, some are strays, and others dumped without a thought for their well-being.
Through the hyperlinks above, you will be able to access photo-galleries and short biographies of the current inmates. Owing the sheer volume of rescued animals, direct links provide the easiest route to obtaining the most up-to-date information as dog are brought in to Carr House and Hull Animal Welfare Trust, or, hopefully, re-homed.
If you are looking for a dog to join your pack, this online information provides a starting-point...but please, think carefully, and don't choose on a whim or on the basis of looks alone. Think about your family, your accommodation, your lifestyle, research your chosen breed (or crossbreed) and make sure your choice is the right one.
Go along to the Rescue-Centres, meet the residents, and make sure that you're acting in the dog's best interests, and not yours.....and then, when your new pack-member has settled in, why not bring him or her along to Obedience training?
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL PROSPECTIVE OWNERS ARE CAREFULLY VETTED!!