Name Of Rescue: Animal Allsorts (charity 1092175)
Website of rescue: http://www.animalallsorts.org.uk
Where rescue is based: Sheldon, Birmingham
Where rescue rehome to: 20 miles radius approx. (at discretion of rescue)
Is Rescue breed specific? if so and if not please explain?:
Not breed specific, it is an all-breed rescue which has a lot of crossbreeds
Do you neuter all animals before leaving for forever homes where applicable? please explain either way: Yes, all animals are neutered as long as they're old enough, otherwise followup checks will ensure it gets done at the appropriate time.
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?: No
Will you always take the animal back no matter what?if not please explain under what circumstances etc:
Yes, the animal can come back under any circumstances. It is a condition of the adoptive policy that an animal must be returned to the rescue if it cannot be cared for anymore, adoptive ownership cannot be transferred without written permission from the rescue.
Rough 'donation' guide per animal please also explain what this involves:
£100 suggested donation to the rescue for dogs. This does not pay for the actual dog, but a donation to all the animals at the rescue, which will be looked after for the rest of their lives if a suitable home cannot be found. All animals are assessed as suitable for rehoming, are upto date with veterinary treatment, fully vaccinated, flea & worm treated, microchipped and neutered to try to prevent the numbers of unwanted litters and stray dogs in pounds. Home checks are made by the rescue before rehoming any dog.
Questions answered by Mark, webmaster for www.animalallsorts.org.uk