We have compiled a collection of useful contacts below. If you cannot find what you are looking for here, please
This website is provided by NOAH (the National Office of Animal Health) and provides lots of good advice and information for pet owners in the UK.
The home of the Feline Advisory Bureau. Contains a wealth of information on feline health, welfare and medicine.
Information on the Pet Passport travel scheme, legislation for animal owners and the latest news on disease surveillance (including avian influenza preventive measures for bird owners).
The RCVS is the regulatory body for veterinary surgeons in the UK. In brief, its role is to safeguard the health and welfare of animals committed to veterinary care and to act as an impartial source of informed opinion on animal health and welfare issues.
The BVNA is the national representative body for veterinary nurses. Its aim is to promote animal health and welfare through the ongoing development of professional excellence in veterinary nursing.
An excellent source of information on buying dogs, owning dogs, breeding dogs and finding dog-related activities and events.
The UK's foremost animal welfare charity, dedicated to preventing cruelty, promoting kindness and alleviating suffering in animals.
Cats Protection has grown to become the UK's leading feline welfare charity, rehoming and reuniting 55,500 cats and kittens every year.
The UK's largest dog welfare charity - outreach programmes, education, information, rehoming, legislation and campaigning.
The UK's leading veterinary charity. Provides support for pet owners with financial difficulties and promotes responsible pet ownership.
Britain's largest organisation for rabbit lovers, working to improve the lives of domestic rabbits across the UK.
A charity in Eridge Green dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of injured, orphaned and distressed wild animals and birds throughout West Kent, East Sussex and the surrounding region.
The Trust runs an Animal Rescue Centre near Uckfield in East Sussex. In addition to rescue and re-homing work, the Trust has become increasingly involved in wildlife rehabilitation and operates a wildlife emergency help line.
A group of hard working volunteers in the Sevenoaks area. RAIN aims to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home animals, working mainly with cats and dogs.
Based in Edenbridge, Last Chance rescues dogs, cats and small furries of all ages for rehoming throughout the UK.
Rehabilitating and rehoming homeless and abandoned cats and kittens in West Kent and East Sussex.
Please note that, where we have provided links to other websites, these websites are not endorsed by us. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of the facts presented on these sites and any views expressed are not necessarily in agreement with those of Dacre House Veterinary Clinic.