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Dogs from Animal Rescue, Hertfordshire


Covers: Hertfordshire

The animal rescue charity was founded in 1990 by mother and daughter Jan Rose and Fiona Piggott after taking in strays from the local police dog pound. News travelled fast and soon waifs and strays where being left on their doorstep. Desperate funding and a more suitable home for these animals initiated the creation of the Charity, now affectionately known as “the small charity with a big heart” . Our aims and objectives are as follows:

To provide a safe haven (sanctuary) for neglected, unwanted and abandoned animals and wherever possible to treat and re-habilitate all animals including wildlife; sanctuary as we see it being a place of protection; a refuge.

Our aims are:
• To overcome the pain and suffering previously endured, with kindness and understanding.
• To treat animals with respect and compassion.
• To be aware that because animals cannot speak for themselves we must be their voice.
• To allow animals to live their life without fear or exploitation.
• To run a rehabilitation programme, which ensures that any animal leaving us will be well cared for and afforded the affection so desperately needed in order to thrive.

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Telephone: 01279 501547



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