Dogs needing homes
All of our dogs for rehoming have been neutered and had at least their first vaccination, as well as up to date worming and flea treatments, and are microchipped and fully vet-checked. We also strongly recommend that you look into pet insurance and can provide guidance on this.
The rehoming process
If you see a dog on the website that you would like to offer a home to, please fill out a pre-adoption form, or contact us on the branch telephone line 0207 272 2264 (electronic voicemail).
Before adopting one of our dogs, a member of the team will visit you to conduct a home visit. This gives us the opportunity to discuss any aspects of the environment and the rehoming process with you and an extra chance for you to ask any questions that you may have.
Here at the RSPCA Central and North East London branch, we understand that each dog has individual needs and like to use the home visit as a further means to ensure that dog and new owner are perfectly matched.
All of the dogs’ health and behaviour are fully assessed prior to rehoming to ensure that they are suitable pets. All of them will make loving additions to their new homes and make great ambassadors for rescue dogs.
For more information about meeting the welfare needs of dogs, please visit www.rspca.org.uk/dogs[Gallery not found]