WELCOME TO PNH RESCUE
To apply to adopt:
If you would like to contact us by telephone please call Cheryl Russ on 07522 105832. Please note this number is for messages only as we are just too busy and we often don't have time to call people back. If you wish for a quick response please complete an application or email us as we do pick these up throughout the day and this is a more efficient method for us being such a small team.
*WE ARE A HOME RUN RESCUE - WE ARE NOT A KENNELS. WE DO NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. APPOINTMENTS ARE MADE TO MEET INDIVIDUAL DOGS ONLY IN THEIR FOSTER HOME.*
Please donate here to help the dogs in our care
We urgently need items here at PNH. To donate please click our Amazon Wish List below:
Click here to donate- PNH Rescue WISH LIST
If you click on the link above for our wish list and select an item you would like to send the dogs - check it out and anything you purchase comes directly to us. Thanks in advance!.
Whilst we endeavour to say thank you to everyone who donates via the Wish List sometimes the parcels have no name or order address on them so we cannot always express our gratitude in person.
Thanks to Lynn for her kind donation to PNH - Lynn makes bespoke dog coats and the proceeds of which go to animal charities. To donate wool, buttons or jiffy bags, or to order a coat please click here http://www.lynnsbespokedogcoats.co.uk/
THANK YOU TO ALL!
WOULD YOU LIKE TO HELP US WITH HOMECHECKING?
We need willing volunteers in most areas of the South East - particularly East/West Sussex, Hampshire, Essex, Surrey, Kent and London. We offer full advice on how to homecheck with forms to help and full back up. To apply please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a non-profit small home-run rescue based in East Sussex. We provide shelter to abandoned dogs, and place them in foster homes whilst awaiting rehoming. We are dedicated to raising the awareness of the impact of legislation, neutering/spaying and in finding forever homes for our homeless dogs. Many of our dogs are rescued from Ireland. This means they have to go through a passport process and that means that sometimes the dogs on the website are not available immediately for adoption (but will be within 3 weeks).
To adopt a dog from PNH you will need to submit a the online application at the top of this page. If your application is suitable, a homecheck will be carried out and a standard rescue donation towards rescue funds will apply before adoption can take place.