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Old 26th July 2013   #1
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Name Of Rescue: Adopt A Boxer Scotland

Website and/or contact details of rescue: Web: http://www.adoptaboxer.co.uk/ Phone: 01324 430047 Email: info@adoptaboxer.co.uk

Rescue Facebook URL (optional): http://www.facebook.com/AABScot
Rescue Twitter URL (optional): https://twitter.com/AABScot

Where rescue is based (Town, County): Scotland

Where rescue rehome to: Scotland

Type of animal(s) Rescue deals with: Dogs

Is Rescue breed specific? Please explain either way: We rescue and rehome boxer dogs.

Do you neuter all animals before leaving for forever homes where applicable? Please explain either way: If the dogs are not neutered before rehoming, we arrange for this to be done when they are in the new home. Unless the age or health of the dog is a factor the dog will be neutered approx 6 weeks after adoption. This gives the dog time to settle into the home. We arrange with the adopters vet to have the dog neutered and pay for the procedure.
(*If any animals are not neutered before rehoming due to age/health etc. please provide specific details on your policies, timescales for neutering by the new home, how this is checked by the rescue etc.)

Do you always home check?: Yes

If applicable do you always vaccinate?: Yes

If applicable do you always worm/flea treat?: Yes

If applicable do you microchip?: Yes

Do you provide insurance when rehoming to new owners?: Yes, we have just registered with Petplan to offer 4 weeks free insurance to adopters.

Will you always take the animal back no matter what? If not please explain under what circumstances etc: Yes. We follow up regularly on all dogs we rehome this includes phone calls and a physical visit after 5 weeks.

Rough 'donation' guide per animal, please also explain what this involves: 100

Can RHU staff/volunteers contact you about animals needing rescue backup that have been posted in our 'backup needed' section?: Yes

Other information (optional): We visit all dogs in their own homes before we take them into our care, this includes a behavioural assessment allowing us to gather as much information as possible about the dog. We gather vet history and all dogs are vet checked before being rehomed.
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Do you follow up and ensure that neutering has been done?
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Do you follow up and ensure that neutering has been done?
Definitely, all dogs we rehome unless there is a medical reason and the vet advises otherwise, will be neutered. We pay for all neutering procedures and have a team who follow up on all dogs rehomed and book appointments with the vet to have this done. We speak directly with the vets and have invoices sent to us. It is in our signed agreement to remove the dog and bring back into our care, if the dog is not neutered during a certain time. Neutering is something we encourage all dog owners to do, certainly don't need more unwanted puppies.
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The registered office is Central Scotland in Falkirk area
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If gdws can be of assistance let me know am based in east kilbride
Many thanks, we are willing to help GDWS and other rescues in any way we can
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