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Binfield Dog Rescue has been finding homes for unwanted, abandoned and stray dogs since 1966. We take in dogs from people that can no longer look after them, and unclaimed dogs from council pounds located anywhere in the UK. Many of these are Staffordshire Bull Terrier type dogs and Rottweilers because the rescues local to the pounds will not find homes for this breed of dog. The dogs are kept in our kennels in Billingbear, just outside Binfield village. The dog on the right is looking for a new home. You can see more information about this dog by clicking on its photo. To see our current list of dogs needing homes click on DOGS at the top of the page. We do not import dogs from Ireland or other countries outside the UK.
Binfield Dog Rescue
NOTE: we clean kennels 9am-11am so we will not be have anyone to answer the phone between 9am and 11am except on Saturdays. E-Mail address: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
WARNING: Some company and .gov addresses reject our messages E.g. bracknell-forest.gov.uk so you may not receive our reply to your message. NORMAL OPENING HOURS:
Monday - Friday 1pm - 4:30pm
Saturday 9am - 4:30pm
Sunday 9am - 4pm
We are open for walking up to 1 hour before we close i.e. from 9am - 3:30pm except Sundays when you have to be at the rescue by 3pm. DIRECTIONS TO BINFIELD DOG RESCUE
Binfield Dog Rescue survives on donations of food for the dogs and money to pay vet fees. If you would like to help a dog during it's stay with us please send a cheque or postal order for any amount or bring your food/money donation to the above address.Wanted - Plastic sacks
We require large plastic or paper sacks i.e refuse sacks, charity sacks, empty animal food sacks, Etc.
Of course, any old dog items that you may no longer require such as beds, bowls, leads, toys, tennis balls, Etc are always welcome since some of dogs destroy these!
No Squeeky Toys Please
Toys that make a noise when you squeeze them can encourage some dogs to be aggressive towards young children because they squeek too. The device that makes the noise is usually small and can be harmful if swallowed. Some toys of this type contain a small battery which is poisonous if the dog eats it. The best toys are tuggers, tennis balls and hard chew toys that cannot be ripped apart.