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Hull & East Riding Branch

The RSPCA Hull and East Riding Branch is an independently registered charity that supports

the work of the RSPCA National Society and its inspectors.

"As an independent charity, our priority is to help local animals rescued by the inspectors, by raising money and support locally to provide them with a safe haven, rehabilitation and a loving home for life"

The branch is responsible for raising funds locally to aid animals in need from within our branch geographical area and beyond.

In order to help promote responsible pet ownership, we provide subsidised neutering through a voucher scheme to assist people on low incomes and offer a microchipping service. This works helps to control the population of unwanted local animals and to reunify missing pets with thier owners.

 

 
 

Our events

  • Fri 31 July

    In the Dog House
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    XIn the Dog HouseHULLSponsored EventFri 31 July from 08:00 PM to 11:30 PMRun by: Hull & East Riding BranchLocation: Hull & East Riding Animal Centre Clough Road HULL HU6 7PEMapMapContact: Alison Ripleyalison.rspcahull@yahoo.co.ukor 01482 341331Find out more
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    In the Dog House

    Fri 31 July from 08:00 PM to 11:30 PMLocation: Hull & East Riding Animal Centre Clough Road HULL HU6 7PEMapMapContact: Alison Ripleyalison.rspcahull@yahoo.co.ukor 01482 341331Why not place your Boss in the dog house for the night? 8pm - 8am

    We are looking for a minimum of 20 volunteers to join us in the Dog House for 1 night to experience life in an animal centre. Each person is set a minimum target of £100 to enable us to raise much needed funds for animal welfare within Hull & the East Riding. Volunteers will be placed in a kennel to personally experience the life of a dog within the kennel environment.

    If your not in a position to actually join us why not support one of our victims which are listed on Just Giving - Search RSPCA Hull & East Riding In the Dog House.

  • Sun 9 August

    Annual Dog Show & Open Day
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    XAnnual Dog Show & Open DayHULLCome & join us for this fabulous day out for all the family.Sun 9 August from 11:00 AM to 03:00 PMRun by: Hull & East Riding BranchLocation: Hull & East Riding Animal Centre Clough Road HULL HU6 7PEMapMapContact: Alison Ripleyalison.rspcahull@yahoo.co.ukor 01482 341331Find out more
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    Annual Dog Show & Open Day

    Sun 9 August from 11:00 AM to 03:00 PMLocation: Hull & East Riding Animal Centre Clough Road HULL HU6 7PEMapMapContact: Alison Ripleyalison.rspcahull@yahoo.co.ukor 01482 341331We have re-introduced our annual Fun Dog Show for 2015. We have lots of fun classes for you and your dog to enter and between classes stalls and entertainment to keep you and your family happy.

    If you would like a stall at this event please contact alison for further details.

    All dogs need to be microchipped by 2016 due to new laws being introduced and this is an ideal opportunity to get your dog microchipped for free!!

    (Please bring along your dog and your identification no appointment necessary)

 
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Services we offer:

Adopt an animal

Lost and found

Microchipping

Pet merchandise

Pet welfare advice

Wildlife welfare advice

We prioritise animals in need, which may mean we cannot take in unwanted pets.

Charity number:

232225

Contact us for more details

Hull & East Riding Branch

The RSPCA Hull and East Riding Branch is an independently registered charity that supports

the work of the RSPCA National Society and its inspectors.

"As an independent charity, our priority is to help local animals rescued by the inspectors, by raising money and support locally to provide them with a safe haven, rehabilitation and a loving home for life"

The branch is responsible for raising funds locally to aid animals in need from within our branch geographical area and beyond.

In order to help promote responsible pet ownership, we provide subsidised neutering through a voucher scheme to assist people on low incomes and offer a microchipping service. This works helps to control the population of unwanted local animals and to reunify missing pets with thier owners.

 

 
 
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