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Southridge Animal Centre

We are an animal rehoming, fostering, rescue and adoption centre in Hertfordshire. 

Our facilities enable us to take in many different species of animal rescued by the RSPCA. At any one time we could be caring for over 250 animals, so you can imagine the amount of time, effort and expense involved.  

In 2013 we rehomed 313 dogs, 530 cats, 53 rabbits, one equine and 249 other animals. That's an amazing 1146 animals rehomed in one year

Our café is open at weekends, offering refreshments for our human visitors. The profits from the café all go back into funding the care of our animals.

We hold a variety of events throughout the year to fundraise, including our annual fun day and dog show, a one-day outdoor music festival and a Christmas Ball, among others.

We're always looking for more volunteers to join us and keep our very busy centre and activities running, but there are also many other ways people can support us apart from volunteering.

 

 
 

Our events

  • Sat 1 November

    Halloween Hoedown
    POTTERS BAR
    XHalloween Hoedown POTTERS BARA family night out with line dancing, bucking bronco and fancy dress prizes. Tickets £12 including a burger. Entry free for children under 12. Tickets available from Southridge reception or online at www.friendsofrspcasouthridge.org.ukSat 1 November from 07:30 PM to 10:00 PMRun by: Southridge Animal CentreLocation: Packhorse Lane Ridge POTTERS BAR EN6 3LZMapMapContact: 0300 123 0704Find out more
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    Halloween Hoedown

    Sat 1 November from 07:30 PM to 10:00 PMLocation: Packhorse Lane Ridge POTTERS BAR EN6 3LZMapMapContact: 0300 123 0704This is a great night out for all the family with line dancing and a bucking bronco. Come dressed in a hoedown or halloween costume (or try both and come as a scary cowboy/girl) and you could win a prize for the best fancy dress.

    Tickets cost £12 and include a burger. Entry for under 12s is free and there's a children's buffet.
    The tickets are available from Southridge reception or online.

  • Sat 8 November

    Dog Training & Socialisation Classes
    POTTERS BAR
    XDog Training & Socialisation ClassesPOTTERS BARDog Training & Socialisation ClassesSat 8 November from 09:00 AM to 11:00 AMRun by: Southridge Animal CentreLocation: Packhorse Lane Ridge POTTERS BAR EN6 3LZMapMapFind out more
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    Dog Training & Socialisation Classes

    Sat 8 November from 09:00 AM to 11:00 AMLocation: Packhorse Lane Ridge POTTERS BAR EN6 3LZMapMapFortnightly dog training classes every other Saturday . All sizes and ages welcome. 
    Classes start promptly at 9.00. £7.50 per session payable on the day.

    The classes are run by Mr Dima Yeremenko of the Good Boy Dog School.

 

Contact details:

0300 123 0704

Social:

Address:

Packhorse Lane Ridge

POTTERS BAR

EN6 3LZ

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Opening hours:

11am - 4.15pm Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri and Sat. Closed Wed. Sun open 1 pm - 4.15 pm. - we prioritise animals in need.

Services offered:

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General enquiries

Southridge Animal Centre

We are an animal rehoming, fostering, rescue and adoption centre in Hertfordshire. 

Our facilities enable us to take in many different species of animal rescued by the RSPCA. At any one time we could be caring for over 250 animals, so you can imagine the amount of time, effort and expense involved.  

In 2013 we rehomed 313 dogs, 530 cats, 53 rabbits, one equine and 249 other animals. That's an amazing 1146 animals rehomed in one year

Our café is open at weekends, offering refreshments for our human visitors. The profits from the café all go back into funding the care of our animals.

We hold a variety of events throughout the year to fundraise, including our annual fun day and dog show, a one-day outdoor music festival and a Christmas Ball, among others.

We're always looking for more volunteers to join us and keep our very busy centre and activities running, but there are also many other ways people can support us apart from volunteering.

 

 
 
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