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Emergency animal rescue.
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If you see an animal in distress, the quickest way to help is to please try and confine it, if safe to do so and get it to us in Queensbury or take it to a local vet and give them our details and please ask them to call us.
If it is trapped or you can't get to it contact us, we will go out and attempt to rescue the distressed animal.
  • Looking to Adopt

    So you fancy adopting a Dog

    Click here for more information

  • Care advice

    Care and welfare advice from Y.A.W.S

  • Canine News

    What is happening in the  canine world

  • Looking to Rehome

    Are looking to rehome a Dog

    Click here for further information

  • Lost & Found

    Lost or found a Dog and unsure what you should do?

  • Welfare

    Concerned about an animal & not in other situations listed

  • Dogs and the law

    Do you own a dog? then visit here to stay legal.  find out what to do?

Looking to rehome a Dog Information

Looking to rehome a dog

The Yorkshire Animal Welfare Society currently has no access to Kennel space, and can not routinely take in cats.

In order for us to help Dogs, we rely on dedicated foster homes to house, care for on our behalf and if we have any available at the time of rescue then we will assist where we can.

 

Please see the information below on rehoming your Dog, please fill in the form below and choose the option that best helps you and depending on the information you provided we can assess and support and assist you in rehoming of your dog.

 

Would you like help re-homing your pet

Representatives from the Yorkshire Animal Welfare Society will be in touch with you on the details you provided  Please click THE PICTURE for further details

 

Looking to rehome a Dog Information

Looking to rehome a dog

The Yorkshire Animal Welfare Society currently has no access to Kennel space, and can not routinely take in cats.

In order for us to help Dogs, we rely on dedicated foster homes to house, care for on our behalf and if we have any available at the time of rescue then we will assist where we can.

 

Please see the information below on rehoming your Dog, please fill in the form below and choose the option that best helps you and depending on the information you provided we can assess and support and assist you in rehoming of your dog.

 

Looking to rehome a Dog must read Information

Remember, please never leave antifreeze lying about its poisonous, if you ever see any red or blue liquid lying about do take photos, make it safe and report it.

 

Dog welfare Information

Dog sick and injured Information

Stray and injured dogs need to be reported to the dog warden, they have their own vets they take council dogs to.

Dogs and emergency situations:

 

 

First, ensure the safety of yourself and others. Keep calm and assess the situation before acting. Injured animals are frightened and in pain and may try to bite anyone who touches them.
Contact the vet. Keep your vet's phone number to hand and know the name of the practice.

 

  • Always phone first, whatever the situation, as there may not always be a vet available but staff may be able to suggest immediate action you can take

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    Have a pen handy in case another number is given. Treatment can usually be provided more quickly if the dog is brought to the surgery, rather than if the vet is called out.


  • If there is a risk of biting, put a muzzle on the dog, or wrap tape around the nose and tie behind the ears, unless the dog has difficulty breathing. Small dogs may be restrained by putting a thick towel over their heads.


  • Never give human medicines to a dog – many will do more harm than good. Do not offer food or drink in case anesthetic is needed.

  • If you do get bitten, see your doctor

 
Do you know about your legal responsibilities that come with dog ownership?

 

Owning a dog is a big, time-consuming commitment, and part of responsible dog ownership, together with routine veterinary care, training and the day to day care they require to stay healthy.

But part of dog ownership you need to be aware of is your legal responsibilities surrounding the ownership of a dog, dealing with issues from duties in public, minimum care responsibilities of the Five freedoms enclosed within the Animal Welfare Act 2006 legislation.

Want to see if you're staying within the law? 

 

Read on

 

 

 Dog ownership legal Information

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