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IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ADOPTING AN ANIMAL PLEASE COMPLETE  THE

ONLINE HOME CHECK FORM

We do require this form to be completed before we can respond to any adoption query

Taylors is open STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT only

We will contact you following receipt of the form if the animal is still available and you may be able to provide a suitable home.

Due to the very large number of enquiries we receive, we are unable to reply if the animal is no longer available or not suited to your home.

If you have not heard from us within 10 days, your application has unfortunately been unsuccessful on this occasion.

THE REHOMING PROCESS / HOW TO ADOPT

For details of how we process you information, please refer to our Branch Privacy Policy

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Henry and Phyllis

HENRY is a sweet friendly boy who loves eating his greens and pecking away in the grass. He now has his new friend PHYLLIS; she is very inquisitive and loves to be nosey. They get on really well and Henry follows Phyllis everywhere.

Gareth

GARETH is an Indian Runner duck who loves to spend his time snoozing or resting in his pond, he can be skittish and not keen on being handled but puts himself to bed at night and is a fast boy. He would love to hang out with some other ducks.

Jubi

JUBI is an adult male gerbil who is currently living alone after coming to us on his own after fighting with the other male gerbil he was housed with. Jubi is an inquisitive boy who loves attention and will come and say hello. He will need someone who will be able to spend time with him and give him time out of his tank.

Lee

LEE is a shy sweet boy, he is slightly becoming braver now he has settled. Lee is a single adult male gerbil after coming to us on his own after fighting with the other male gerbil he was housed with. Lee will need someone who is able to give him time and let him come out on his own and build his confidence.

Small animals to follow

More small animals coming soon

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IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ADOPTING AN ANIMAL PLEASE COMPLETE  THE

ONLINE HOME CHECK FORM

We do require this form to be completed before we can respond to any adoption query

Taylors is open STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT only

We will contact you following receipt of the form if the animal is still available and you may be able to provide a suitable home.

Due to the very large number of enquiries we receive, we are unable to reply if the animal is no longer available or not suited to your home.

For details of how we process you information, please refer to our Branch Privacy Policy

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Small animal info - please read before contacting us

Rats require a cage floor area of 0.56 square metres / 6 square foot per rat with multiple levels for climbing.

Gerbils and mice require half the area of rats.    Adult rats do not generally mix well if introduced to others.

Adult gerbils should not be mixed and existing pairs should not be separated.

For more info refer to our hutch and cage sizes page


Contact information

RSPCA West Dorset Branch

PO Box 5460

Weymouth

DT3 6WH

T: 01305 259672

E: mail@westdorsetrspca.org

 

RSPCA West Dorset Branch is a separate charity affiliated to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA).  We cover the towns of Dorchester, Bridport, Weymouth, Portland, Lyme Regis, Charmouth, Sherborne and Axminster (Devon) and the surrounding villages.  Our priorities are the welfare and rehoming of local animals.  We raise our funds within the Branch boundaries and all money raised is spent within the area.  We are responsible for "Taylors Rehoming Centre" at Kingston Maurward, Dorchester.

If you wish to report an Animal Emergency or have concerns regarding the welfare of an animal please telephone 0300 1234 999.  Please also call this number if you need to have an unowned or wild animal collected.

PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL US REGARDING EMERGENCIES OR CRUELTY

CALL 0300 1234 999 AND REPORT THE MATTER TO THE RSPCA NATIONAL CALL CENTRE