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Rehabilitation

Our highly trained staff team’s skills combined with the invaluable services of our animal behavioural consultants allow us to help animals in our care with a range of issues including nervousness, aggression, socialisation (with people and/or other animals) and separation anxiety.

We use a range of techniques to re-train behaviour and build trust to help our rescues become the happy souls they all long to be.
 
We plan to offer our adopters and their new pets post-adoption behavioural training in the near future to ensure they have the best chance of a long and happy life together.  Please visit this page again for more information shortly.

Thank you to Gallimore Trust for £200 donation.

We would like to say a BIG thank you to The Gallimore Trust for a recent donation of £200. The trust had heard about our rescue work and that we are a rescue centre that takes in and rehomes bull terrier and bull terrier crosses which sadly not all rescues will. The donation is to be used to assist us with the veterinary costs incurred in the neutering or veterinary treatment of our rescued staffies and we are very grateful.. 

UPDATE ON DORA

UPDATE   Dora previously featured on our page. Well she has now had her operation, has healed really well and is looking for her forever home.
**Please note that due to her limited vision she will need to be kept as an indoor cat. Any meetings will have to be pre arranged as Dora is currently in a foster home**

To read more about Dora visit her PROFILE PAGE

Georgie seeks special home

Sadly one of our beautiful ferrets, Georgie, has been diagnosed with some neurological issues. We noticed a short while ago that she was shaking quite a bit more than normal and was having coordination problems. Sadly not much more can be done for her than observing and keeping an eye out for any deterioration. Tests could be performed at a high expense however nothing in the way of treatment could really be offered on most outcomes. 
She is still a happy active girl who still lives relatively normally however there is no guarantee how long she has without any health deterioration. This is why the sanctuary are appealing for any ferret experienced owners that would be open to fostering our girl (vet and food expenses paid) with adopting our other 2 ferrets Lacey and Koda as all are bonded and we do not want to put any through the stress of being parted/being alone or having to mix with other ferrets at this stage. 
We welcome experienced owners that do already have neutered ferrets but would be willing to have our three as a separate group or spend the time needed to integrate them. 
Please call us for more information.

Just a couple of pounds a month will make all of the difference.

Opening Hours:

Animal visiting hours are:
Monday - Sunday 2.00pm – 4.00pm
Closed Tuesdays

The office telephone lines are open every day:
9.00am – 4.45pm
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Year's Day

Telephone:
01564 823288

Address:

Wythall Animal Rescue
Long View, Middle Lane, Kings Norton
Birmingham.
B38 0DU

Email:
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Thank you so much!
We would like to thank our Patron Tony Iommi for
supporting our charity, it means a lot to us.