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Please choose from the list of categories below to view related links.

Below is a list of links to related websites which you may find useful.


BIGGSD

A forum where dog rescues from all over the UK can list their dogs which are looking for homes.

Excellent forum and meeting place for people interested in dogs and dog rescue.


Battersea Dogs Home

Battersea Dogs Home is the largest and most famous dog's home in the UK.

Our aims are to Rescue, Reunite, Rehabilitate and Re-home the lost and abandoned dogs and cats.


International Animal Rescue

International Animal Rescue comes to the aid of wild and domestic animals with hands-on rescue and rehabilitation. Wherever possible we return rehabilitated animals to the wild but also provide sanctuary for those that can't fend for themselves.


Loris & Pottos Conservation Group

Website providing data for the conservation and care of lorises and pottos (prosimian primates) based in Germany at the Loris Conservation Project of Ruhr-University Bochum

Excellent advise and contact list for organisations worldwide who assist in the re-homing and conservation of these primates.


International Zoo Veterinary Group

The International Zoo Veterinary Group (IZVG) was founded in 1976, by the association of two veterinary practices which were involved in full-time freelance zoo animal medicine.

One associate practice, Dinnes Memorial Veterinary Hospital, is based in California and works mainly in the United States and the Far East; the other, Taylor, Greenwood, Lewis and Thornton is based in Britain and works mainly in the UK, Europe and the Middle East.

The group work with zoos, parks and marine lands around the world, treating wild, rare and endangered species.

Drs. Taylor, Greenwood and Lewis are recognised as Specialists in Zoo and Wildlife Medicine by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and Drs. Taylor, Greenwood, Lewis and Thornton are UK government-appointed Zoo Inspectors.

The link above to the website relates to the activities of the UK part of the organisation.

The website has 2 further links, 1 for Zoos and another for the practice in Bradford, which is open to the public.


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