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Welcome to the RSPCA Oxfordshire website!

Welcome to the RSPCA Oxfordshire website!  image

If you need to report an injured animal or one in distress please telephone the National Control Centre 24 Hour Cruelty Line on 0300 1234 999.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE PO BOX ADDRESS SHOWN ON THE CONTACT US PAGE IS FOR ADMINISTRATION ONLY, IF YOU ARE VISITING ANY ANIMALS PLEASE CHECK THE CORRECT LOCATION ADDRESS BEFORE TRAVELLING.

Here at RSPCA Oxfordshire most of our animals have been rescued from neglect and bad treatment by their previous owners. We look after dogs, cats, rabbits, and many other types of small domestic animals. Our Paws & Claws rabbit centre is a recent addition to the Branch and provides an idyllic location for some of our animals to enjoy life whilst waiting for their new homes.

It can take weeks and sometimes months to rehabilitate animals. Our staff and volunteers work hard to ensure every animal that comes through our doors will find their 'perfect match'.

The Branch is affiliated to the national RSPCA, but is a registered charity responsible for raising its own funds locally. All monies raised in Oxfordshire through fundraising, house-to-house collections, tin-rattles and sponsored events etc is spent on Oxfordshire animals.

 
 

Our events

  • Sat 6 February - Sat 12 March

    FREE MICROCHIPPING FOR YOUR DOG!!
    XFREE MICROCHIPPING FOR YOUR DOG!!The law is changing all dogs must be microchipped...Sat 6 February - Sat 12 March Run by: Oxfordshire BranchContact: G Larkingraeme.larkin@rspca-oxfordshire.org.ukor 07887 475401Find out more
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    FREE MICROCHIPPING FOR YOUR DOG!!

    Sat 6 February - Sat 12 March Contact: G Larkingraeme.larkin@rspca-oxfordshire.org.ukor 07887 475401From April 2016 your dog must be microchipped, if not you will be breaking the law and could face a £500 fine, WHY TAKE THE RISK!  

    RSPCA Oxfordshire is working with Midcounties Co-op Stores in an area near you and will be microchipping dogs free of charge at the following stores.  Just bring you dog along to any of the events below and we will microchip it FREE of CHARGE...

     

    10:00 am  to  1:00pm

    Sat 06th Feb - Midcounties Co-op. High Street, Kidlington, OX5 1DZ

    Sat 13th Feb - Midcounties Co-op. Ladder Hill Station Rd, Wheatley, OX33 1ST

    Sat 20th Feb - Midcounties Co-op. Chatsworth Drive, Cherwell Heights, Banbury, OX16 9YJ

    Sat 27th Feb - Midcounties Co-op. Queensway, Mewburn Road, Banbury, OX16 9PQ

    Sat 05th Mar - Midcounties Co-op. The Square, Botley, Oxford, OX2 9LH

    Sat 12th Mar - Midcounties Co-op. Besselsleigh Road, Wotton, Oxford, OX13 6DN

     

     

     

  • Sun 28 February - Sat 31 December

    PAWS - new for 2016
    WANTAGE
    XPAWS - new for 2016WANTAGEPAWS [Pets And Walkers Sunday] are a selection of monthly walks hosted throughout the year by your local RSPCA. Each walk will be approx 3 hours and will take in some of the best countryside and points of interest in the County.
    So whether you are a seasoned walker or newby, on your own or part of a group, with or without a four legged friend, you can be sure to receive a warm welcome!
    Sun 28 February - Sat 31 December Run by: Oxfordshire BranchLocation: Public Cark Park Mill Street WANTAGE OX12 9AQMapMapContact: Linda Oliverlinda.oliver@rspca-oxfordshire.org.ukor 07887 475401Find out more
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    PAWS - new for 2016

    Sun 28 February - Sat 31 December Location: Public Cark Park Mill Street WANTAGE OX12 9AQMapMapContact: Linda Oliverlinda.oliver@rspca-oxfordshire.org.ukor 07887 475401King Alfred [AD 849-99] is one of those heroic figures we may remember from the pages of school history books.  His victories in battle and his reputation for scholarship and justice rightly earned him the title Alfred the Great.  He is suitably commemorated in the Market Place of Wantage, the town of his birth.

    Following the recent television series it is the Battle of Ashdown, not far from Wantage, fought in AD 871, which most local people probably associate with Alfred.  While the Danes held Reading, it was Alfred’s intention to try to entice them away from the river, which they commanded, and confront them on the downs and near to the Ridgeway.

    The surrounding countryside is a great place to spend a few hours imagining how things have changed and the sacrifices that were made so long ago, that we might live and freely enjoy the areas of this County as we do now.

    So come and join us, this one is not to be missed!!

 
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Services we offer:

Adopt an animal

Lost and found

Microchipping

Neutering

Veterinary financial aid

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

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205156

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Welcome to the RSPCA Oxfordshire website!

Welcome to the RSPCA Oxfordshire website!  image

If you need to report an injured animal or one in distress please telephone the National Control Centre 24 Hour Cruelty Line on 0300 1234 999.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE PO BOX ADDRESS SHOWN ON THE CONTACT US PAGE IS FOR ADMINISTRATION ONLY, IF YOU ARE VISITING ANY ANIMALS PLEASE CHECK THE CORRECT LOCATION ADDRESS BEFORE TRAVELLING.

Here at RSPCA Oxfordshire most of our animals have been rescued from neglect and bad treatment by their previous owners. We look after dogs, cats, rabbits, and many other types of small domestic animals. Our Paws & Claws rabbit centre is a recent addition to the Branch and provides an idyllic location for some of our animals to enjoy life whilst waiting for their new homes.

It can take weeks and sometimes months to rehabilitate animals. Our staff and volunteers work hard to ensure every animal that comes through our doors will find their 'perfect match'.

The Branch is affiliated to the national RSPCA, but is a registered charity responsible for raising its own funds locally. All monies raised in Oxfordshire through fundraising, house-to-house collections, tin-rattles and sponsored events etc is spent on Oxfordshire animals.

 
 
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