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 Arthurshiel Rescue Centre, Scottish Borders

Arthurshiel Rescue Centre

ARTHURSHIEL RESCUE CENTRE
ST BOSWELLS
TD6 0DL

Tel 01835 822211
Mobile: 07050248936

Scottish Charity No: SC 029296

Arthurshiel Rescue Centre

e-mail: arthurshiel@btinternet.com

The centre aims to:
Alleviate the suffering and distress of animals in need of care and protection in St Boswells and the surrounding area by providing shelter and temporary care to both domestic animals and wildlife with a view to rehabilitation.
Advance the education of the public in the proper care and attention of domestic pets by promoting responsible ownership of domestic pets through advice and training.

In Practice
This means that the centre looks after animals which are strays, which owners can no longer look after or which need further training to allow them to be re-homed.
It means that owners or potential owners who need some help finding an animal that's right for them, who need an understanding of how to look after and socialise the animal and who may need support later with training of the animal can turn to the staff at the Centre for advice and information.

Over 250 dogs are re-homed each year, but caring for them costs money.

How can you support the centre?
You can join as a member details below.
You can support any fund-raising event - there are regular coffee mornings in St Boswells, and other well-advertised events throughout the year.
You can spread the word about the Centre and encourage others to support ARC.

Membership:
Life Member: 100
Individual Annual Membership - 10
Family Membership - 15
Senior Citizen/ Child - 5

Donations and Covenants are always very welcome.


Contact us for further details or information.

Arthurshiel Rescue Centre has been chosen as Maxton 21 "Charity of the Year 2005"

Arthurshiel Rescue Centre, Scotland