Our policies

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Best practice for Rescues

This guide sets a manageable Code of Practice that aims to strive for standards of care amongst small UK voluntary dog rescue organisations, thereby raising the profile and increase the respect accorded to our voluntary contributions. The Code sets guidelines for a minimum level of care for dogs kept by rescue organisations and to which supporters of …

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Dog Breeding

The number of dogs born each year in the UK far exceeds the number of loving homes that can be provided for them. That is why the Dog Rescue Federation vigorously advocates the introduction of compulsory spaying and neutering of dogs to: · deal with the problem of over-breeding; · tackle the resultant suffering and …

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Microchipping

 There is no such thing as an irresponsible dog, just irresponsible dog owners. The vast majority of dog owners are responsible. Sadly, there are still those who cruelly exploit or abuse dogs. The Dog Rescue Federation, along with the current UK government, as well as many dog rescue groups, organisations and individuals, support the microchipping …

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Spaying and Neutering

The number of dogs born each year in the UK far exceeds the number of loving homes that can be provided for them. The proof of this is the unacceptably high number of dogs abandoned or put to sleep every year. The principal cause of this problem is the over breeding of dogs. The Dog …

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