Carr House Rescue Centre
East Carr Road
Hull, HU8 9LP
Tel: 01482 701738
You are always welcome at Carr House Rescue Centre. One of Hull's most respected Animal Welfare Societies
Carr House Rescue Centre in Hull are constantly in need of loving homes for the many rescue dogs they house, which come from all over East Yorkshire These dogs come in variety of shapes, sizes and ages but the one thing they all desperately need is someone to care for them and love them.
There were over 100,000 stray dogs found in the United Kingdom last year and Carr House Rescue Centre in Hull is one of the many dog rescue centres in Yorkshire who work tirelessly to find new homes for these lost and abandoned dogs.
If you are considering getting a dog to join your family, please give some thought to the dogs at Carr House Rescue Centre.
Many of the stray and abandoned dogs at Carr House Rescue Centre cannot be re-homed immediately and therefore receive lots of care and attention during their time at the animail welfare society, until they are ready to go to a new home in Hull or East Yorkshire.
Carr House Rescue Centre is a very well respected dog rescue centre in Hull and they do their absolute best to make sure you and the dog you choose are well-suited - perhaps the dog you end up with will have chosen you!
All the stray and unwanted dogs are given a complete health check, treated with flea treatment and wormed, then. In co-operation with The Dogs Trust, which is one of the UK's largest animal welfare societies, all our dogs are then identi-chipped. All new owners are given a voucher towards the cost of neutering their dog, should this be required.
Carr House Rescue Centre in Hull has a non-destruction policy and a such you can rest assured that all the stray and abandoned dogs at the rescue centre are healthy and capable of being rehomed.
If you can help re-home a stray or abandoned dog in Hull, please either call us now on Hull 701738 or visit our stray dog rescue centre on East Carr Road (off Saltshouse Road) in Hull.
Carr House Rescue Centre in Hull, and its many temporary residents, need and welcome your support. No appointment is necessary for viewing the dogs and they are open from 9am to 4pm 7 days a week.
When contacting Carr House Rescue Centre please mention that you found them on the East Yorkshire Web