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K9 Rehoming (Kent)

By tammy2005  |  Posted: April 30, 2013


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K9 Rehoming
Registered as not for profit at companies house
reg no - 08210783

Run by Amanda Mcquade and Julie Garner.

These two ladies first met on facebook through a mutual love of animals.
when seeing the plight of so many dogs needing so much help just to stay alive.
The two ladies first offered assistance with transport runs for desperate dogs in need of rescue spaces and also helped with essential home checks.
Suddenly they decided they work together and achieve so much more and this is where K9 rehoming was born, Amanda and Julie becoming dirctors of the rescue along with a dedicated team of fosterers and a strong fundraising team.
Everyone involved is voluntary, no one is paid and every single penny goes back in to help the dogs.
The rescue is juggled between their own jobs and family home life.
The dogs all come from local pounds or are surrendered to the rescue.
All dogs in the care of K9 rehoming are microchipped, vaccinated, wormed , flea treatment and also see the vet for a general health check.
All dogs are spayed/neutered before rehoming if old enough , otherwise rehomed on a neuter contract and follow up checks are done to ensure this has been done.
The foster team are in Medway, Swale and surrounding areas however the dogs are rehomed all over Kent.
The rescue provides lifetime back up and regular checkups and sometimes a spot check on all dogs.
Dog remain in foster for a minimum of one calendar month, so some hitory can be gained and any problems reported .
The dog i the main concern and home check are always done and dog rehomed to uitable familys or individuals'
A rehoming fee applies ranging from £150 - £200 depending on dog , for thoe on a neuter contract are rehomed for a fee of £65.

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  • tammy2005  |  April 30 2013, 6:23PM

    the email in the article is not correct, please use following email k9-rehoming@hotmail.co.uk