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Essex South West Branch

The main activity of the Branch is in rescuing and finding new homes for companion animals who, for a variety of reasons,  are either homeless or cannot stay with their present owner.   We cover an area ranging from Dagenham & Barking in the South to Epping & Nazeing in the North, Waltham Abbey to the West and Abridge to the East. (Our dogs and cats can be rehomed to anywhere in the UK though).

We are run entirely by volunteers and have to raise our own funds.  

Dogs:  For further details regarding adopting a dog from us or to see the dogs who are currently looking for a home, visit our webpage. 

Cats: Read our list for further details regarding adopting a cat from RSPCA Essex South West branch, or contact:  RSPCA Danaher Animal Home, Thorley Farm, Hedingham Road, Wethersfield, Essex CM7 4EQ 0300 111 4321

Due to circumstances beyond our control, we are temporarily no longer able to deal with enquiries from members of the public regarding cats. Please contact other local cat charities for help or assistance. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

Join us on Facebook  and Twitter  to keep up with the latest news and to see how some of our rehomed animals are getting on! 

Veterinary Assistance Including Assisted Neutering
Members of the public in our branch area and claiming certain social security benefits, may be able to use the low cost local branch veterinary clinics at RSPCA Havering branch, or RSPCA Stort Valley branch - please contact these branches directly before travelling. If they cannot help,our branch can offer a small contribution to owners on certain social security benefits or those on low incomes, proof is required in all circumstances. This is for a maximum of £50 only and is in the form of a voucher. Not all vets will accept these vouchers and they cannot be back dated. 
We also operate an assisted neutering scheme for owners on certain social security benefits or on low incomes, proof is required in all circumstances.
Please contact Trish.rspcaessexsw@aol.co.uk for more information.

 

 
 
 
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Essex South West Branch

The main activity of the Branch is in rescuing and finding new homes for companion animals who, for a variety of reasons,  are either homeless or cannot stay with their present owner.   We cover an area ranging from Dagenham & Barking in the South to Epping & Nazeing in the North, Waltham Abbey to the West and Abridge to the East. (Our dogs and cats can be rehomed to anywhere in the UK though).

We are run entirely by volunteers and have to raise our own funds.  

Dogs:  For further details regarding adopting a dog from us or to see the dogs who are currently looking for a home, visit our webpage. 

Cats: Read our list for further details regarding adopting a cat from RSPCA Essex South West branch, or contact:  RSPCA Danaher Animal Home, Thorley Farm, Hedingham Road, Wethersfield, Essex CM7 4EQ 0300 111 4321

Due to circumstances beyond our control, we are temporarily no longer able to deal with enquiries from members of the public regarding cats. Please contact other local cat charities for help or assistance. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

Join us on Facebook  and Twitter  to keep up with the latest news and to see how some of our rehomed animals are getting on! 

Veterinary Assistance Including Assisted Neutering
Members of the public in our branch area and claiming certain social security benefits, may be able to use the low cost local branch veterinary clinics at RSPCA Havering branch, or RSPCA Stort Valley branch - please contact these branches directly before travelling. If they cannot help,our branch can offer a small contribution to owners on certain social security benefits or those on low incomes, proof is required in all circumstances. This is for a maximum of £50 only and is in the form of a voucher. Not all vets will accept these vouchers and they cannot be back dated. 
We also operate an assisted neutering scheme for owners on certain social security benefits or on low incomes, proof is required in all circumstances.
Please contact Trish.rspcaessexsw@aol.co.uk for more information.

 

 
 
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