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We are located along Wild Country Lane in Barrow Gurney, just outside of Bristol. Please see our Contact Us page to find a map and directions.
We are passionate about happy pets and happy owners! Whether you have rehomed a pet from us and are experiencing behavioural difficulties, or are thinking about giving your pet up due to behavioural problems we can help with advice and ideas, as well as putting you in contact with experienced and professional experts in your local area.
If you have made the very hard decision that you need to rehome your pet, then you will need to call our Rehoming team. They will go through a rehoming your pet questionnaire form with you, and explain the process. Please note we have waiting lists for both cats and dogs needing to be rehomed.
Please contact our Rehoming team on 01275 474719 to discuss this in further detail. Or you can fill in the appropriate online form “Rehoming Your Cat/Dog Questionnaire” by visiting our Contact Us page.
We keep details of all pets reported missing to us, you can contact us on 01275 474719 to see if your pet has been handed in. It is also advisable to contact local vets/council dog wardens and local rescues to see if your pet has been handed in. You could also put leaflets/posters through people’s doors in case your pet is locked or hiding in a garage/shed.
If you find a stray dog you should take him/her to your local vet who will be able to scan them to see if they are micro-chipped and also phone your local dog warden.
If you find a stray cat you should take him/her to your local vet who will be able to scan them to see if they are micro-chipped. If no chip is found we can place them on our waiting list, call us on 01275 474719.
If you have found an injured wild animal we recommend contacting Secret World Wildlife Rescue on 01278 783250.
Yes! We welcome help with all aspects of running the Sanctuary, from dog walking and cat cuddling to helping out in reception. Please see our Volunteer with us page for further information.
Visit Reuben’s Pet Care Centre section to find details about toxic house items/plants and a whole host of other information to help you care for your pet.
Unfortunately we are unable to offer boarding spaces for pets.
We do often have puppies looking for new homes at the Sanctuary, please view the Our Animals section of the website, we try to keep this as up to date as possible.