Keepsafe has proudly worked with major pet charities, The Blue Cross, Dogs Trust, Wood Green Animal Shelters, Battersea Cat & Dogs Home and the RSPCA, who have recommended our pet service.
Westie ReHoming was formed by Jacqui and Robert Ferris-Woods, who believe passionately that before a Westie is deemed to be unrehomeable all possible avenues for its rehabilitation should be explored.
Their understanding and qualification in canine behaviour is an important asset in rehoming, and they have done extensive studies in stress in dogs, and how it affects their health, behaviour, and integration into a new environment.
Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, famously renowned for it's pre war efforts in looking after stray dogs in London has been operating for over 140 years, and still to this day is based in its' original home in Battersea.
Battersea began working with Keepsafe in September 1996 and was the first pet charity to provide Keepsafe visible identification to its' adopters. Although Keepsafe is no longer provided by Battersea, Keepsafe continues to provide support to over 10,000 adopters of previously rehomed dogs.
To find out more about Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, please visit their website: www.dogshome.org
Woodgreen Animal Shelters
Louisa Snow founded Wood Green Animal Shelters in 1924 to help alleviate the problem of abandoned and injured animals on the streets of London after the first World War. Wood Green is formed of three animal shelters and cares for a variety animals including cats, dogs, small animals and field animals.
Keepsafe teamed up with Wood Green in May 2003 to provide a visible identifcation and service to pets being rehomed and has so far protected over 7,000 cats and dogs.
To contact Wood Green and understand more about their work, please visit their website: www.woodgreen.org.uk