Welcome to Second Chance Animal Rescue
Second Chance Animal Rescue is a small rescue that deals with dogs, cats, small animals, and wildlife. We have a dedicated team of volunteers that makes us able to help as many animals as possible. For over 25 years we have been helping animals find new homes that they can be happy in, but as always, there are more animals that need help than there are homes. Some of the many things we do here are: - to hand-raise orphaned animals, and in the case of wildlife, release them back into the wild when they are old enough; vaccinate and microchip all animals for rehoming, and treat any illness or injury of the animals in our care. On this website, you can find out more about which animals are in desperate need of loving homes.
If you are interested in one of our animals, please contact us first as viewing is by appointment. Call us on 02380559552, the best time to call is between 10am & 2pm, Monday to Friday.
We also work closely with Portsmouth Cats Second Chance Animal Rescue. If you want to rehome a cat in that area, please contact Janeen or Simon on 01329 311192
Our Patrons are TV presenter Fred Dinenage MBE, and Sir Richard and Lady Leigh.
A video of our Rescue premises (made 10 years ago) and some facts and figures can be found by clicking the following link. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mVYo-5VMxo&sns=fb
Second Chance New Year Dog Walk
We would love you to join us on our 'New Year Dog Walk' on Saturday 20th January 2018. It will be around Deerleap Enclosure, Ashurst.
Meeting behind ‘The Happy Cheese’, Lyndhurst Road (A35), SO40 7AR, at 11am.
The walk will commence at 11:15am and takes approx. 1hr 30mins, walking at a slow pace.
Anyone is welcome, with or without dogs. A £2 donation per adult is appreciated for Second Chance.
Afterwards, for those who wish, you can join us for drinks and lunch in ‘The Happy Cheese’.
Please do not park in the pub car park or you will be fined. You can park in the car parks to the right for Ashurst Hospital or station.
In the event of bad weather, please check our facebook page to find out if the walk is still going ahead.