...The donation or bequeath of around five acres of land commercial and/or private sponsorship in view to build a canine behaviour rehabilitation centre.
The centre will operate in conjunction with the existing busy and expanding animal behaviour practice, and will incorporate an affiliated dog training school. Its main aim will be to provide a safe space to treat some of the more problematic behaviours that cannot be fully resolved in the home environment of our clients, while also acting as a small-scale rescue and rehoming centre.
It is hoped the centre will subsequently act a research centre where canine behaviour students will be able to carry out projects into various aspects of rehabilitation.
The planned canine rehabilitation centre is a ground-breaking project and will be the first of its kind to be overseen and managed by a qualified animal behaviourist in this country. The OABC strongly feels that a centre of this kind is desperately needed and that this is a way forward for canine welfare.
Essentially, we hope to play our part in helping to reduce the number of dogs needlessly destroyed each year.
We are currently fundraising and will be registering with the Charity Commission shortly.
Please contact us if you are a potential donor and would like more information.
Sometimes owners turn to the OABC for help with rehoming their pets, occasionally others surrender them to us when they simply cannot cope.
Pets needing new loving homes will be advertised below when they become available.
There are currently no dogs available. Please check back soon.