South Wales: Newport rehoming, advice and behaviour unit
Our rehoming, advice and behaviour unit means we can help hundreds of unwanted and abandoned pets in the Newport area to find new homes every year. Pets can spend their days in comfortable home rooms onsite and return to foster homes overnight where these are available. We have the support of some wonderful foster carers who open their homes to needy pets and care for them until they are rehomed. Our employees and volunteers make sure our homeless pets get the training and veterinary treatment they need.
We also run our Home Direct Scheme from our Newport site, which means we can help people in the local area find new homes for dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, mice, hamsters, gerbils, chinchillas and degus without them having to come into the unfamiliar surroundings of kennels. We can also work with local veterinary practices to find new homes for pets who need them.
Our Newport unit offers advice about pet care and rehoming, and free microchipping for dogs, cats and rabbits. The unit features interactive rehoming screens where people can browse details of our pets needing homes as well.