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Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre

The Bryn-y-Maen centre provides specialist care for domestic and farm animals, and our staff often look after injured wildlife before it's released or transferred to one of the RSPCA's four dedicated wildlife centres.

In 2015 Bryn-y-Maen rehomed 132 dogs, 283 cats, 32 rabbits and 63 other animals.  That's 510 animals in just one year! 

 
 

Our events

  • Mon 1 February - Thu 31 March

    £8 Microchipping - February and March
    UPPER COLWYN BAY
    X£8 Microchipping - February and MarchUPPER COLWYN BAYFrom the 6th April 2016 it will be a legal requirement to have your dog microchipped in England and Wales.

    We are offering cheap microchipping throughout February and March for only £8!
    Mon 1 February - Thu 31 March Run by: Bryn-y-Maen Animal CentreLocation: Bryn-y-Maen UPPER COLWYN BAY LL28 5EJMapMapContact: brynymaen@rspca.org.ukor 0300 123 0745Find out more
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    £8 Microchipping - February and March

    Mon 1 February - Thu 31 March Location: Bryn-y-Maen UPPER COLWYN BAY LL28 5EJMapMapContact: brynymaen@rspca.org.ukor 0300 123 0745Microchipping Offer!

    From 6th April 2016 it will be a legal requirement to have your dog microchipped in England and Wales.

    Throughout February and March ONLY, we are offering to microchipping your dog or cat for only £8!

    Microchipping your pet gives them the best chance of being identified and returned to you if they become lost or stolen.


    Many pets can be microchipped including catsdogsrabbits and horses. Check with your vet for advice, as it will depend on the species, size and condition of your animal.


    How it works

    A tiny microchip is inserted under the animal’s skin, or in the neck for horses. This gives the pet their own unique code.


    The microchip can be scanned and matched to the owner’s contact details, which are kept on a database, such as the national PetLog database.


    Microchipping dogs

    From 6th April 2016 it will be a legal requirement to have your dog microchipped in England and Wales.


    Please make sure that you have your dog microchipped before this date, it will also help improve your chances of being reunited with your dog should they ever stray.

  • Sun 24 April

    Spring Mutt Strutt
    LLANDUDNO
    XSpring Mutt StruttLLANDUDNOFancy a challenge in 2016?

    Come and join us for our Spring Mutt Strutt where we take a 6 mile sponsored walk around the Orme in order to raise money for the animals at our centre.
    Sun 24 April from 11:00 AMRun by: Bryn-y-Maen Animal CentreLocation: Beach Cafe Dale Road LLANDUDNO LL30 2BGMapMapContact: Chrisbrynymaen@rspca.org.ukor 0300 123 0745Find out more
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    Spring Mutt Strutt

    Sun 24 April from 11:00 AMLocation: Beach Cafe Dale Road LLANDUDNO LL30 2BGMapMapContact: Chrisbrynymaen@rspca.org.ukor 0300 123 0745Fancy a challenge in 2016?

    Come and join us for our Spring Mutt Strutt where we take a 6 mile sponsored walk around the Orme in order to raise money for the animals at our centre.

    The 6 mile long route goes clockwise around the coastal road and gives you a chance to take in some breath taking views of North Wales.

    To register, please pop into the centre for a form or email us at brynymaen@rspca.org.uk.

 
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Contact details:

0300 123 0745

Email us at brynymaen@rspca.org.uk

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Address:

Bryn-y-Maen

UPPER COLWYN BAY

LL28 5EJ

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Opening hours:

11am-4pm every day except closed Wed - we prioritise animals in need

Services offered:

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Microchipping

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Bryn-y-Maen Animal Centre

The Bryn-y-Maen centre provides specialist care for domestic and farm animals, and our staff often look after injured wildlife before it's released or transferred to one of the RSPCA's four dedicated wildlife centres.

In 2015 Bryn-y-Maen rehomed 132 dogs, 283 cats, 32 rabbits and 63 other animals.  That's 510 animals in just one year! 

 
 
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