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Great Ayton Animal Centre

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Great Ayton Animal Centre opened it's doors in 1990 and the first animal to enter it did so of it's own accord; a fox was being pursued by a local hunt and decided to take refuge in the kennel. The door was then shut so the fox was safe and the hunt was turned away. The fox remained  undisturbed and later that night the door was opened allowing it to return safely to the wild.  

Here at Great Ayton Animal Centre the animals that come in to our care are identified by our uniformed inspectors as those most in need. Often abandoned, abused and neglected they all receive care, attention and love from the team.

Veterinary care is provided and the staff work on training and behaviour ready for the day when we are able to place the animals in a new and loving home. This can take weeks, sometimes months, preparing them for a new life and a second chance.

 
 

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Contact details:

0300 123 0743

Email us at greatayton@rspca.org.uk

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Address:

Yarm Lane

Great Ayton

MIDDLESBROUGH

TS9 6QB

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Opening hours:

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

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Great Ayton Animal Centre

Great Ayton Animal Centre image

Great Ayton Animal Centre opened it's doors in 1990 and the first animal to enter it did so of it's own accord; a fox was being pursued by a local hunt and decided to take refuge in the kennel. The door was then shut so the fox was safe and the hunt was turned away. The fox remained  undisturbed and later that night the door was opened allowing it to return safely to the wild.  

Here at Great Ayton Animal Centre the animals that come in to our care are identified by our uniformed inspectors as those most in need. Often abandoned, abused and neglected they all receive care, attention and love from the team.

Veterinary care is provided and the staff work on training and behaviour ready for the day when we are able to place the animals in a new and loving home. This can take weeks, sometimes months, preparing them for a new life and a second chance.

 
 
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