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Old 12th July 2012   #1
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Name Of Rescue: south wales fish rescue.

Website of rescue: http://southwalesfishrescue.webs.com/ adption forum.http://southwalesfishrescue.forumotion.co.uk/

Where rescue is based (Town, County): barry south wales

Where rescue rehome to: all fish we rescue are given a home for life with us, all fish we are unable to rescue uk wide we have a free uk wide fish adoption forum.

Type of animal(s) Rescue deals with: fish, fresh water, tropical, marine. and fresh water animals.

Is Rescue breed specific? Please explain either way:

Do you neuter all animals before leaving for forever homes where applicable? Please explain either way:

Do you always home check?: all our fish on the adoption site are vetted buy there owners so they have full controll of where there fish goes. we donot adopt out any fish we rescue,

If applicable do you always vaccinate?:

If applicable do you always worm/flea treat?:

If applicable do you microchip?:

Do you provide insurance when rehoming to new owners?:

Will you always take the animal back no matter what? If not please explain under what circumstances etc: we will always accept unwanted fish under any circumstance.

Rough 'donation' guide per animal, please also explain what this involves: totaly free.
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Old 12th July 2012   #2
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welcome to rhu andrew


off to have a look at your site andrew

ive got 7 tanks here and when i bought the tanks got some prety amazing fish which i had to rehome cause of there size

am into my fantails orandos lion heads

got a oscar called vinny

a tank of guppies and neons

tropical tank has platys swords plec gouramis angels

there the wifes and am the water changer lol

involved in a few face book fish groups

kind regards

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Old 12th July 2012   #3
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hi 2 fawndanes. i had two danes years ago both lived a long life with us, we got them from the great danes society, would like another but untill i get a larger peice of land and home it would be unfair to him.
hope you like our site and forum,its the oposit way with me my wife loves doing the water changes.

also i am looking for a few mods to help on our forum where would i put an ad for that. see the link for the add. http://southwalesfishrescue.forumoti...-full-time-mod or would this add break rules in your forum.
cheers andy.

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hi andy am enjoying reading through your forum m8

dont think admin and mods will mind you asking for a full time mod here on rhu for your fish forum

ill follow the link m8 and see if theres any thing i can do

id place the link asking in animal chat am shure theres members here that might have a love of fish and fancy helping out on the sw fish forum

ive had a life long love affair of great danes starting when i was old anuff to go to my mums friends kennels just over the fields from our house

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hi andrew just joined your forum

kind reagards

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Hi Andrew and welcome to RHU

Fish can NOT be neutered so I will just add you as a rescue I think. Only for fish though
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I have recently changed up to a larger tank and am just waiting for it to settle down and find its balance properly with the water - then it will be ready to take some new tropicals so I will watch your site with interest in case any come up for adoption near me.
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thank you for your welcomes, great site you have here
and thank you for the phone call redditchlady, nice to speak to you and have a giggle about nutering fish, lol.
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I am thrilled to see there is a fish rescue. We have had the occasional need for rescue fish in the past, and nowhere to direct them. I have always felt really strongly that fish have as much right to care and nurture as any other animal, but unfortunately that sentiment does not seem to be echoed by a lot of people, who see them as disposable

I will keep your details - I sometimes see fish on Freecycle so may suggest they can contact you.
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thats what we are about northwind, fish welfare and finding foreva homes, we have an uk wide adoption forum as well as the main rescue,
you can offer a home to a fish, in our adoption forum spike.
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Name Of Rescue: south wales fish rescue.

Website of rescue: http://www.southwalesfishrescue.org.uk.
our new adoption forum. http://www.southwalesfishrescue.org.uk/forum/
our email is admin@southwalesfishrescue.org.uk.

Where rescue is based (Town, County): barry south wales

Where rescue rehome to: all fish we rescue are given a home for life with us, all fish we are unable to rescue uk wide we have a free uk wide fish adoption forum.

Type of animal(s) Rescue deals with: fish, fresh water, tropical, marine. and fresh water animals.

Is Rescue breed specific? Please explain either way:

Do you neuter all animals before leaving for forever homes where applicable? Please explain either way:

Do you always home check?: all our fish on the adoption site are vetted buy there owners so they have full controll of where there fish goes. we donot adopt out any fish we rescue,

If applicable do you always vaccinate?:

If applicable do you always worm/flea treat?:

If applicable do you microchip?:

Do you provide insurance when rehoming to new owners?:

Will you always take the animal back no matter what? If not please explain under what circumstances etc: we will always accept unwanted fish under any circumstance.

Rough 'donation' guide per animal, please also explain what this involves: totaly free.
check out our new forum at http://www.southwalesfishrescue.org.uk/forum/
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