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Welcome to our bright, lively and informative website where you can search for that special rescue pet, find your local vet, read animal care features, and animal charity news, research product information AND download our Rescue and Animal Care Magazine for FREE!

It only takes a minute to get your free copy of Rescue & Animal Care magazine - just click the link to enter your email address and create a password. Once registered, you will get access to the latest issue, and past editions, of Rescue & Animal Care.

Rescue and Animal Care has been established in
hard copy for many years and can still be picked up (for free) at selected veterinary surgeries and other animal related outlets throughout the UK, with 10 issues being published each year.

Our website and magazine also offers a perfect advertising vehicle for any pet business to promote their products and serviceaudience.

I have had enough of all the rain we have been having and fed up with my wet and muddy paws and knotted fur.
Getting your dog to jump a jump is quite a simple task
In October 2013 the Trust were asked to take in a young black Labrador

As pet owners go, John Burns knows a thing or two about animals

It might be hard to imagine, but back in 1958 when the charity International Cat Care (iCatCare) was founded, very little was known about cats
On June 1st , supporters, contractors, equine welfare charities and staff of the Mare and Foal Sanctuary came together to celebrate the official opening of Beech Trees
Kernel Kat cat litter has been developed in conjunction with catteries and rescue centres in the UK.
Peanut, a rescue dog from Wood Green, The Animals Charity joined the stars this week at the launch of Secret Life of Pets, the latest film from the humans behind Despicable Me.
When the temperature rises and the clouds disappear our thoughts turn to barbecues and beaches.
With over 500 visits last year and 75 volunteers and 50 dogs devoting their time, our TheraPaws visiting pet therapy programme is rapidly growing.
On introducing a Headcollar, some dogs can have a bit of a paddy
Why rescue? Two words, but such a long, long answer. For the animal lover, the answer is quick and simple – because it is right, and fair.
Training your pet to follow basic commands is a practical need
What does it take to have a career working with animals?

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