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Blackberry Farm Animal Centre

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Here at Blackberry Farm most of our animals have been rescued from neglect and bad treatment by their previous owners. We look after dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, farm animals and many other types of small domestic animals - at any one time we could be caring for over 200 animals.

It can take weeks and sometimes months to rehabilitate animals. Our staff and volunteers work hard to ensure every animal that comes through our doors will find their 'perfect match'.

Like little Kassy! When Kassy came into our care she was just four months old. She had some horrendous injuries, including a broken leg and a large open wound, and it took weeks of veterinary treatment and lots of TLC to make her feel better. 

We successfully prosecuted the people responsible for her suffering, and they received a five-year-ban on keeping dogs.

Having spent over a year in our care while her case was decided in court, it was no surprise that Blackberry Farm staff member Bridget fell in love with Kassy and offered her a loving home.  As you can see from the photo, they really are a perfect match.

 

 
 

Our events

  • Sun 16 November

    Sponsored Mutt Strut
    AYLESBURY
    XSponsored Mutt StrutAYLESBURYJoin us for a sponsored 4.5 mile dog walk in the wonderful Quainton Hills. 16th November starting from the Windmill 10am - prior booking essentialSun 16 November from 10:00 AM to 01:00 PMRun by: Blackberry Farm Animal CentreLocation: 1, The Green AYLESBURY HP22 4ARMapMapContact: Blackberry Farmblackberryfarm@rspca.org.ukor 0300 123 0752Find out more
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    Sponsored Mutt Strut

    Sun 16 November from 10:00 AM to 01:00 PMLocation: 1, The Green AYLESBURY HP22 4ARMapMapContact: Blackberry Farmblackberryfarm@rspca.org.ukor 0300 123 07524.5 Mile Sponsored Mutt Strut - around the beautiful Quainton Hills with something hot to drink afterwards.

    Help us raise money towards projects at the centre and for the care of our animals.

    The walk sets off at 10am from the Windmill in Quainton, Bucks

    £10 entry fee plus sponsorship if you can. (Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times)

    1st and 2nd doggie prizes for the most money raised for RSPCA Blackberry Farm Animal Centre

    Sponsorship forms and more information can be obtained by popping into the centre or emailing us at blackberryfarm@rspca.org.uk

    Prior booking is essential so we know how many hot drinks to provide and how many dogs we are expecting.

    Dont worry if you dont have a dog, you can get yourself sponsored and walk with us anyway 

     

     

 

Contact details:

0300 123 0752

Email us at Blackberryfarm@rspca.org.uk

Social:

Address:

R S P C A

Blackberry Farm Animal Centre

Quainton

AYLESBURY

HP22 4RJ

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Opening hours:

10.30am-3.45pm Tue-Fri. 10.30am-3.30pm Sat & Sun. - we prioritise animals in need

Services offered:

Adopt an animal

Dog training

Education advice

General enquiries

Lost and found

Microchipping

Pet merchandise

Pet welfare advice

Blackberry Farm Animal Centre

Blackberry Farm Animal Centre image

Here at Blackberry Farm most of our animals have been rescued from neglect and bad treatment by their previous owners. We look after dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, farm animals and many other types of small domestic animals - at any one time we could be caring for over 200 animals.

It can take weeks and sometimes months to rehabilitate animals. Our staff and volunteers work hard to ensure every animal that comes through our doors will find their 'perfect match'.

Like little Kassy! When Kassy came into our care she was just four months old. She had some horrendous injuries, including a broken leg and a large open wound, and it took weeks of veterinary treatment and lots of TLC to make her feel better. 

We successfully prosecuted the people responsible for her suffering, and they received a five-year-ban on keeping dogs.

Having spent over a year in our care while her case was decided in court, it was no surprise that Blackberry Farm staff member Bridget fell in love with Kassy and offered her a loving home.  As you can see from the photo, they really are a perfect match.

 

 
 
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