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Newport Animal Centre



Here at Newport most of the animals have been rescued from neglect and bad treatment 

by their previous owners. When they come to us they are often nervous of strangers. We spend weeks, sometimes months, looking after them and preparing them for a new life and a second chance.

We look after cats, dogs, rabbits and other domestic animals - at any one time we are caring for over 100 animals.

In 2015 we rehomed 107 dogs, 161 cats, 78 rabbits and 47 other animals.  That's 393 animals in one year! 

 
 
  • Sun 31 July

    Crazy Assault Course
    NEWPORT
    XCrazy Assault CourseNEWPORTA fun agility course for the dogs and handler.Sun 31 July from 12:00 AM to 04:00 PMRun by: Newport Animal CentreLocation: Hartridge Farm Road NEWPORT NP18 2LLMapMapContact: RSPCA Newport ACnewport@rspca.org.ukor 0300 123 0744Find out more
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    Crazy Assault Course

    Sun 31 July from 12:00 AM to 04:00 PMLocation: Hartridge Farm Road NEWPORT NP18 2LLMapMapContact: RSPCA Newport ACnewport@rspca.org.ukor 0300 123 0744Suitable for beginners so come along for some fun! £5 per team (dog and handler).

     

    Get in contact with the centre to register and book a place on our FUN agility course.

    Its suitable for any level and its about coming along and giving it ago. 

    All entrance will receive a certification and prize and we will also have prizes for the fastest female and male team(for those with a competative streak).

    The agility has obstacles for the dog to give a go as well has having some stands for the handler to interact on e.g. a first aid/quiz stand.

     

    Please support us and join in with the fun. We cant wait to see you all there!

 
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Contact details:

0300 123 0744

Email us at newport@rspca.org.uk

Social:

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Address:

Hartridge Farm Road

NEWPORT

NP18 2LL

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Opening hours:

11.30am-4pm every day except Thu (closed) - we prioritise animals we have rescued from cruelty and neglect, which means we cannot take in unwanted pets.

Services offered:

Adopt an animal

Dog training

Microchipping

Pet merchandise

Pet welfare advice

Newport Animal Centre



Here at Newport most of the animals have been rescued from neglect and bad treatment 

by their previous owners. When they come to us they are often nervous of strangers. We spend weeks, sometimes months, looking after them and preparing them for a new life and a second chance.

We look after cats, dogs, rabbits and other domestic animals - at any one time we are caring for over 100 animals.

In 2015 we rehomed 107 dogs, 161 cats, 78 rabbits and 47 other animals.  That's 393 animals in one year! 

 
 
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