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Felledge Animal Centre

Each year Felledge Animal Centre becomes home to hundreds of animals that our inspectors rescue from cruelty, abandonment and neglect.

Our staff provide specialist treatment and rehabilitation for dogs and cats (and horses too at the Felledge Equine Centre) to give them a happy second chance in life. Together with the the help of our volunteers they work to meet the animals' physical and mental needs until they are ready to be adopted.

 

 
 

Our events

  • Sun 27 September

    Sunderland BIG Walkies
    HOUGHTON LE SPRING
    XSunderland BIG WalkiesHOUGHTON LE SPRINGWe will be descending on Herrington Country Park for an epic take over. This will be the best dog walk ever in Sunderland.

    On this day, dogs and their owners will unite to walk together. This walk will forget the everyday walk and embrace the outdoors like never before. All the money that you raise will help animals in need escape cruelty and neglect.
    Sun 27 September from 10:00 AMRun by: Felledge Animal CentreLocation: Herrington Country Park off Chester Road Penshaw HOUGHTON LE SPRING DH4 7ELMapMapFind out more
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    Sunderland BIG Walkies

    Sun 27 September from 10:00 AMLocation: Herrington Country Park off Chester Road Penshaw HOUGHTON LE SPRING DH4 7ELMapMap
 
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Contact details:

0300 123 0708

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Address:

R S P C A, Felledge Animal Centre

Waldridge Lane

Chester Moor

CHESTER LE STREET

DH2 3BF

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Opening hours:

11.30pm-3pm every day except closed Wed - we prioritise animals in need

Services offered:

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Felledge Animal Centre

Each year Felledge Animal Centre becomes home to hundreds of animals that our inspectors rescue from cruelty, abandonment and neglect.

Our staff provide specialist treatment and rehabilitation for dogs and cats (and horses too at the Felledge Equine Centre) to give them a happy second chance in life. Together with the the help of our volunteers they work to meet the animals' physical and mental needs until they are ready to be adopted.

 

 
 
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