There are various ways to contact us but please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page if you have a query about the rescue, our rehoming criteria and/or polices as you may find your answer there much more easily. If you have a question about adopting a dog please read our Adoption Proceedures to see if you query can be answered there.
You can call the rescue centre between 10am and 4pm on 01269 843 084. We are unable to return phone calls so please try again if your call is not answered. We DO NOT accept telephone calls before 10:00am or after 4:00pm. The lines are constantly busy and it can be difficult to get through so please be patient and keep redialing.
You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are emailing about adopting a dog or a cat please ensure you include the animal's name in your email and your landline telephone number needs to be included in case we need to contact you urgently.
You can write to us at:
Many Tears Animal Rescue
Visiting Many Tears or Adopting Your Dog from the Rescue
We are open to the public every day from 11:00am to 4:00pm. We have viewing slots every half an hour for people to be shown around. These will start at 11am and the last viewing is at 3:30pm. There is no need to book a time just turn up. This avoids people having to wait too long for a member of staff to show them around. If you are coming to the centre to collect the dog you are adopting please ensure you are at the centre between 11:00am to 4:00pm.
We always welcome volunteers at Many Tears. If you want to come and walk our dogs please come between 10am and 3:00pm.
If you are a volunteer who comes to help regularly and want to do more than walk and help with the kennels you will be given an orientation talk about the finding your way around rescue centre and its rules. Once this has been completed you can volunteer any time between 07:00am until 4:00pm.
If you are a regular volunteer who wants to do this please speak to the staff at the centre or email at email@example.com and arrange a suitable time to attend to have the orientation talk and then you will be able to help in all areas of the kennels.
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