English mastiff Barry was first brought into our South Godstone Animal Centre in January 2012 after being abused as a young puppy.
He was rehomed in June that year but unfortunately his new owners’ circumstances changed. So this January he found himself back at the centre.
He has since had a cruciate ligament operation and was just waiting to find the right person.
We were determined not to give up on brave Barry and launched a national appeal to … Continue reading…
After his appearance on ITV’s This Morning today (March 14) we hope Barry can win over the public and find a new home to recuperate after his operation.
Bull mastiff Barry was first brought into our animal centre in South Godstone, Surrey in January 2012 after being abused as a young puppy.
He was rehomed in June that year but unfortunately his new owners’ circumstances changed and this January he found himself back at the centre.
A Staffie with a big heart is looking for long-term love and a forever home this Valentine’s Day.
Two-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier, Connor, arrived at our South Godstone Animal Centre in July (2013).
Staff at the centre have fallen head over heels for the cuddly canine and cannot understand why he has yet to find a new home.
RSPCA animal care assistant Joanna Davis said:
“We can’t understand why he hasn’t been snapped up. He is such a beautiful
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A survey we conducted has revealed that animal lovers are expected to spend about £300 million pampering their pets this Christmas.
Nine out of ten owners (91 per cent) are buying their pet a present this year, with almost a fifth (18 per cent), admitting they will be spending more on their pet than their mother-in-law.
Our poll of almost 900 pet owners revealed most (54 per cent), will be spending up to £10 on their pet’s present. … Continue reading…
RSPCA South Godstone urgently needs a new home for Charlie their ‘depressed’ one year old cockerel who has lost his hens.
Charlie came to the centre, with another cockerel and two hens, after his owner decided he could no longer look after him. His feathered brother and sisters have been rehomed so Charlie is now left on his own.
South Godstone deputy manager, Tony Shaw, said: “We are not sure what kind of cockerel Charlie is because he … Continue reading…