to The Samoyed Association Rescue (UK) Homepage
Permanent, loving, homes are URGENTLY required for Rescue dogs
- Please only apply if you are prepared to put in the time and effort involved with
these dogs - as with all dogs this is a lifetime commitment - If you think you can
help please contact your nearest Samoyed Association
Rescue representative :
Preferred contact times :
Chief Rescue Officer
01442 877 027
Linda is available EVENINGS ONLY between 7.00 & 9.30 pm.
If in an Emergency then please leave name & telephone number and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
Please note that Linda will be unavailable from 14thApril till 14th May 2018, please ring Preston Haffenden during this period. Thank you.
Mr Preston Haffenden
01908 379 624
07984 383 862
07970 329 878
9am to 2pm Monday to Friday
Please ring telephone numbers in the order they are given here.
REMEMBER - these representatives give their
time voluntarily and are unpaid, please respect their personal time and
restrict calls to reasonable hours as detailed in this table. If it is a very urgent case or an emergency please ring at
ANY TIME ! - if there is no
answer please leave a message and someone will get back to you as soon as
But please, if it is a non-urgent matter, wait
and ring within the times specified - Thank you.
Please Note that ONLY the
people detailed in the table above are Samoyed
Association Rescue representatives and are authorised by the Samoyed
Association to deal with Rescue matters on behalf of the Association. No-one else can deal with Rescue matters on behalf
of the Association. If you wish
to rehome a Samoyed, geographical location (within the United Kingdom
mainland) should not be considered an issue, as arrangements can usually be
made to get the animal to wherever a suitable home is
A Date for your diary :
There will be a Samoyed Rescue Rally on Sunday 22nd July 2018 at Markfield in Leicestershire - more details to follow... .
Update : My thanks to everyone who called regarding re-homing Kobi. The lady who has been fostering him has decided to take him on permenantly. He still needs quite a lot of work and she feels moving him again will only upset all the work that is going into his training. He still has his bad days but is now starting to trust her.
Lets hope this will be his forever home.
Linda Brasier, Chief Rescue Officer.
BAILEY UPDATE - Thanks to everyone who applied to take Bailey on, but he will be going to his new home very soon.
Above : Bailey
Above : Bailey with children
Above : Handsome fella ;-)
Samoyed Rescue needs YOUR HELP
We are desperately seeking
volunteers to help us re-home Samoyeds across the UK. We are particularly
in need of volunteers who can help transport dogs from their old homes to
their new ones, we usually do this as a relay between volunteers to be as
fair to everyone as we can. If you can help us please take a moment to
fill in our online volunteering form (CLICK
HERE) so that we can add your name to the list and build up our
network of willing volunteers.
It is always advisable to contact a
reputable breeder before considering the purchase of a puppy. Please
go to the "Puppy" page on the main Samoyed Association site for
further information. Please click here.
BEWARE OF SCAMS
: We have recently been made aware of sellers
offering "free" Samoyed puppies on classified
advertisement sites such as Gumtree, but charging delivery fees of
£150 via COURIER !SCAM 2
: Samoyed pups are
advertised for sale on the internet. You have to call a number and
you are asked for your bank details, they say that they will deliver
your dog to you. PLEASE DO NOT DO THIS AS IT IS A
SCAM and your Bank details will be used.
these scams and only purchase puppies from reputable sources, or even
better, consider a Rescue dog from a recognised animal
How NOT to
place a Dog on Rescue :Recently a male Samoyed was tied up and
left (dumped) at one of our Foster homes, near Peterborough.
The lady came home to find the dog tied to her paddock gate with a note
attached to his collar, it read " My name
is Sammy and I am nice..."He
was taken to a groomer to get him cleaned up and make him look as
special as he deserves.
The people fostering him have decided that as he is such a special boy
that they will keep him and give him the loving home he needs. So we
have a happy end to this story, but the Samoyed Association Rescue
NEVER turn a Samoyed away and all
anyone needs to do is call one of the Rescue telephone numbers on our
need help in re-homing a Samoyed DO NOT DO IT
THIS WAY, just call and we will do
our best to help.
Linda and her team would like to take
this opportunity to thank all those who have called regarding rehoming
him.Linda Brasier, Chief Rescue
IRISH SAMOYEDS - HOMES
Lately we are getting more Samoyeds wanting homes in Ireland (North
& South), so if you are interersted in Re-homing
a Samoyed please contact either Preston or myself for an Application