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St Vincents Veterinary Surgery

9 Crescent Road, Wokingham. Tel 0118 979 3200

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Kim Potter
Dog Training

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NEED SOMETHING TO DO?
Take a dog for a walk! We have a bridle path close to the rescue but it does get muddy and some of the dogs can jump up so wear old clothes and boots. We are open for walking from 9am - 3:30pm. We do not walk the dogs if it is raining. Phone first to make sure it is OK to walk the dogs then go along and choose your dog. The kennel staff will then put it on a lead for you and give you directions. Click here for directions to the rescue

TAKE A DOG HOME
Come along and visit the dogs. No appointment required during normal opening hours. You can take a dog for a walk, as they much prefer to be out exploring than sitting in a kennel. If you like one enough to take it home with you, we ask you to complete an adoption form and pay the donation that we set depending on the age and the breed of the dog. We recognise that a kennel is not a good environment for a dog, so we will usually release a dog to its new carer immediately subject to conditions required for its welfare. We will require from you documentation to prove that you are who you say you are e.g. a passport, and to prove where you live e.g. a recent gas/electricity/phone bill. Bring this with you in case you see a dog you like!

BEFORE RE-HOMING A DOG READ THIS

Dogs Requiring New Homes
This list is updated several times a week, sometimes more than once a day. To make sure you see the latest list click on the Reload or Refresh button on your browser several times. If in doubt check our other website.

List updated: 23rd July 2014 16:30

HOLD means we are waiting for confirmation that a prospective adopter will take this dog. NOTE: Dogs will only be held if the prospective adopter has met the dog and the owner of the rescue has agreed to hold the dog for them and the prospective adopter has paid a deposit. Dogs will not normally be kept 'on hold' for more than 24 hours.

Phone 01344 421490 (9am-4.30pm) for more information about these dogs.

Click on the LINK for more information and photo (if available).

Dogs arrive and are homed everyday so this may not be a complete list. Phone the rescue on 01344 421490 (9am-4.30pm) for the latest information.

NOTE: Breed type indicated for the dog may not be accurate.

NORMAL OPENING HOURS:
Monday - Friday 1pm - 4:30pm
Saturday 9am - 4:30pm
Sunday 9am - 4pm

If you want to see a particular dog phone to make an appointment. Viewing and collection of specific dogs outside these hours may be made at the discretion on the manager (phone 01344 421490 9am-4.30pm).

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Disclaimer: Although every effort is made to ensure these details are accurate, Binfield Dog Rescue and its staff cannot be held responsible for any problems arising from the information displayed here.

Missed the Dog You Wanted?
If you would like to be informed via e-mail when new dogs arrive in the rescue click here to join our e-mail list. Unfortunately we cannot telephone you when new dogs arrive.

St Vincents Veterinary Surgery

9 Crescent Road, Wokingham, RG40 2DB. Tel 0118 979 3200

Full medical, surgical, X-ray and diagnostic facilities

Qualified veterinary nurses to advise on all aspects of your
pet's healthcare, including diets, flea control, worming, skin care,
dental examinations, etc.

Personal caring service

Pet Passports and Health Certification for international travel

Vaccination, flea control and worming protocols tailored to
you individual animal

Small animals/exotics also welcome (rabbits, guinea pigs,
hamsters, rats, tortoises, birds, etc) please call to discuss

Microchipping - conventional as well as 'thermoscan' with
temperature reading.

Quality oilskin dog coats in stock - try for size
Keep your dog warm this winter with DRIZABONE dog coats

Click here for St Vincents Veterinary Surgery location map

Please mention Binfield Dog Rescue when making enquiries

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Kim Potter Dog Training?

Ever had the feeling that your precious dog is doing just as
it wants rather than what you want it to do?

Let me show you how to be the pack leader so that you will be
confident with the knowledge that you can both control and
protect your dog.

Your dog needs to fit in with your lifestyle. This starts with his
good behaviour in your home, in preparation for good behaviour
outside. The first introduction to young children and household cats
requires advance planning and patience!

I can guarantee that you and your dog will both become
more relaxed and gain more enjoyment from your time together.

Please just phone me to discuss your concerns. If I can help you
over the phone, I will.

For more information phone Kim Potter on 07941 392 521
or see the website www.kimpotterdogtraining.co.uk

Please mention Binfield Dog Rescue when making enquiries

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