Cliff Top Kennels Re-homing Centre

 Cliff Top Kennels Re-homing Centre is a Registered Charity dedicated to finding homes for unwanted, abandoned and stray dogs in the Scarborough area. At Cliff Top Kennels Re-homing Centre a healthy dog is never put to sleep. We look after them and show them the care and attention they deserve until we can find a new suitable and loving home.

DOGS AVAILABLE FOR RE-HOMING

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If you are interested in re-homing any of our dogs please contact Cliff Top Boarding Kennels on 01723 870456. Also see How do I adopt?

ONE OF OUR RESCUE DOGS HAS HAD PUPPIES!

Lakeland Terrier Crossbreed
(father unknown as mother is a rescue dog)

Viewing available from 28/06/2019
(viewing by appointment only)

1 x dog & 3 x bitches. Ready to leave 12/07/2019

  • Mother can be seen at viewing.
  • Home checks will be undertaken for all perspective adoptions.
  • Adoption donation is £300.00 (£100.00 deposit required).
  • Compulsory 9 week training package included (training package consists of assessment lesson at 10.00am on Saturday 06/07/19 followed by 8 weeks group training on Saturday mornings after the puppies have completed their vaccinations)
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Maisie
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Kay   

FOR YOUR DIARY

Please come along and support us in our fundraising endeavours.

  SPRING newsletter available to download here

COMING UP...

Saturday 13th July: Bag pack at Proudfoots Newby store.

Saturday 10th August: We will once again have a stall and tombola at Scarborough Rotary Community Fair in the town centre precinct - we would love to see you there.

CAN YOU HELP?

We are always on the lookout for willing volunteers! If you can help at any of the upcoming events, or any of our other fundraisers please contact the kennels by phone on 01723 870456 or by email jill@clifftopboardingkennels.com

If you have any fundraising ideas, we would love to hear them.

Find out more about helping here...

newsletter

 

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