How much does it cost to get a dog from Battersea dogs Home?
How much does it cost to rehome a Battersea dog? Our rehoming fee is £175 for dogs (over six months), £320 for a pair of dogs, or £250 for puppies (under six months). We accept debit/credit card as payment (we are unable to accept cheques).
Can you just turn up to Battersea dogs Home?
IMPORTANT: Battersea’s centres are closed to the public except for pre-booked appointments to rehome or give up a dog or cat. Customers who wish to rehome a dog or cat are advised to fill out an online rehoming application.
How much does a rescue dog cost UK?
Adoption fees for rescue dogs typically range between £135 and £200, with the fee usually covering microchipping, neutering/spaying and vaccinations. Costs can balloon into the thousands if you choose to buy a puppy from a responsible breeder instead.
Can you visit Battersea Dogs?
Nestled by Battersea Power Station, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home is open daily for visitors to meet furry friends looking for families. There are hundreds of animals onsite and, if you’re not rehoming an animal, sniff out the cafe and gift shop, or find out about the charity’s history and future.
Can you visit Battersea Power Station?
You can also visit Battersea Power Station to take part in one of the many events, fitness classes and masterclasses on a weekly basis. Alternatively, head to Battersea Park nearby for a leisurely stroll, or find more iconic architecture in London.
Do you need an appointment to visit Battersea dogs Home?
IMPORTANT: Battersea’s centres are closed to the public except for pre-booked appointments. Customers who wish to rehome a dog or cat are advised to fill out an online rehoming application.
How many dogs do Battersea put down?
The Battersea Dogs and Cats Home put down 2,815 dogs last year – a third of the total number it took in. The home said 1,931 of the dogs killed had been healthy. The charity’s director of operations, Scott Craddock, said animal rescue centres were being left to “mop up” stray aggressive dogs.
What does Battersea at Old Windsor do for pets?
Battersea at Old Windsor is involved with pet welfare and is always looking for people who are interested in adopting and giving new homes to pets that need rehoming. If you want to get in touch, please remember that organisations like this typically only work during office hours and may take a little time to answer emailed enquiries.
Is there a home for dogs in Battersea?
WE as a nation adore our four-legged friends and there are always so many that need rehoming. Berkshire’s only Battersea Old Windsor is a temporary home to so many dogs who need to find their forever homes. READ MORE: ‘I am worried it may close’ — Bracknell MP backs campaign to save ice rink and ski slope
Is it possible to rehome a Battersea rescue dog?
Rehoming a dog Rehoming a Battersea rescue dog is such a rewarding experience and it gives our dogs the second chance of the loving home they deserve. We do everything we can to match you with the right dog for you – so when you register your details, we’ll ask lots of questions about your life, home and preferences.
Is the Old Windsor centre open to the public?
Our Old Windsor centre has been open since 1979. It operates in exactly the same way as the flagship London centre but on a slightly smaller scale. IMPORTANT: Battersea’s centres are closed to the public except for pre-booked appointments to rehome or give up a dog or cat.