working to find loving homes for abandoned animals
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If you are interested in adopting one of our dogs use the form provided or contact us by email. Please do not phone regarding adoption unless there is an emergency.
Registered Charity No - 1181456
Telephone No. 01403 248745
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Oscar – Age approx. 2-3 yrs old Dogs – To be homed as an only dog. Cats – Not cat tested Children – Older, dog respectful children Bobby – Age approximately 5-6 Dogs – To be homed with a gentle companion dog male or female Cats – Not cat tested Children – Older, dog respectful children
It's been a tough year for everyone including charities. We haven't been able hold our usual fundraising events but our expenses are on the increase. More dogs to rehome and increasing vets bills. Any help, however small, is welcomed.
Who We Are
We are a family-run charity based in Horsham, West Sussex.
Founded around 26 years ago, Holbrook Animal Rescue was set up to help abandoned dogs and cats. We take in many different types of animal from different backgrounds. Unlike many other rescues our dogs aren't kept in kennels. They sleep in the house and are free to run and play in our garden and fields.
Have a look at our new video to see some of the animals we're currently helping.
Sanctuary animals are those that were considered ‘last chance’ this could be due to medical or behavioural issues that deemed them not fit for rehoming.
Rehabilitation dogs are those that we work with to restore their health or address behavioural issues through therapy and training, to teach them to trust again and to become the best that they can.
Watch our video and find more about our appeal
After 26 years rescuing and rehoming animals, Holbrook Animal Rescue charity is in danger of closure.
A new housing development of 2750 new homes are due to be built on and around the site of the rescue. If we cannot find a new home we may not be able to continue. We have therefore launched a local appeal to raise enough money to enable us to move and build a brand new facility which will benefit the local community
Adopt a Dog
We have some lovely dogs at Holbrook, looking for a loving home. For further information about a particular dog please click on the dogs picture below (or Dog profiles button if on a mobile). This will take you to their profile page