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RSPCA West Dorset Branch is a separate charity affiliated to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA).  We cover the towns of Dorchester, Bridport, Weymouth, Portland, Lyme Regis, Charmouth, Sherborne and Axminster (Devon) as well as all the surrounding villages and hamlets.  Our main priorities are the welfare and rehoming of local animals.  We raise our funds within the Branch boundaries and all money raised is spent within the area.  We are responsible for "Taylors Animal Rehoming Centre" at Kingston Maurward, Dorchester.

 

If you wish to report an Animal Emergency or have concerns regarding the welfare of an animal please telephone 0300 1234 999.  Please also call this number if you need to have an unowned or wild animal collected by an RSPCA Animal Collection Officer. 

PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL US REGARDING EMERGENCIES OR CRUELTY AS THIS IS NOT THE MOST EFFICIENT WAY OF DEALING WITH SUCH MATTERS.  CALL 0300 1234 999 AND REPORT THE MATTER TO THE RSPCA NATIONAL CALL CENTRE.  THANK YOU.

 
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Lost and Found

If you have lost or found an animal in or near our Branch area (West Dorset and Axminster) please do email us with details and we will do our best to help. 

We keep records at the Centre and try out best to reunite pets with their owners.

You may also wish to consult Petslocated.com


Special Appeals for Local Animals Reported Lost and Found

Only animals lost for more than a few days can be added to our website (as they are often found quite quickly) but we do keep a database of all lost and found animals at Taylors.  Please email or phone if you have lost or found a pet and we will do our very best to reunite you.

LOST - TOFFEE

Toffee, a 5 year old long haired tabby with white socks. He is neutered and micro chipped but he is not wearing a collar.

He went missing on 22 July 2017 in Sherborne (DT9)

There is a reward for his safe return.

LOST - FRED

Has any one found this tortoise in the North Poulner Road, Ringwood area? We think she has escaped from our back garden within the last couple of days (July 6-7, 2017) . Much loved pet that has been in the family for 75 years, hate to think she might be permanently lost. Please, if anyone has seen her or heard of a tortoise being found, could you get in touch. Thank you.

Please contact us on mail@westdorsetrspca.org

LOST - PEPPER

Missing since Thursday 25 May 2017, from Stoke Abbot. Small dark brindle (whippet size) smooth-coated lurcher, with a bit of white on her chest and back paws.  3 years old.  Wearing collar with tag and phone number - collar name is "Lily" but phone number is correct.  Pepper is micro-chipped.

Please contact us on mail@westdorsetrspca.org

LOST - BENNY

Missing since  evening of 21st April 2017 is Benny, our beloved ginger and white neutered cat.

He is 3 years old and microchipped. He went missing from home in Telford Close, Preston, Weymouth and can easily get to Coombe Valley Road area from there.

He is a timid cat but loves to hunt.

Please contact us on mail@westdorsetrspca.org


Microchipping

The RSPCA recommends that you have your pets microchipped.  Microchipped pets which go astray stand a much better chance of being reunited with their owners.  It is quick and painless procedure whereby a small 'chip' is implanted under the skin of the animal - when an animal is found it is then 'scanned' for a chip which will provide a unique reference linking the pet with his or her owner's details.  Please ask your vet for details.  

It doesn't hurt a bit!

I'll soon be back home with my family....


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