The dogs need walkers. Must be 18yrs+ and able to drive to us.
We need people who are able to commit to at least 1 morning per week on a regular basis and/or be flexible to swap to another day if needed.
If you can help, you would need to be at the kennels in Stondon Massey between 9am-10am latest and be able to stay for a couple of hours (max). Please contact 01277 821032 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All of the dogs at the kennels are strays with histories unknown, so you would need to feel confident around dogs of all sizes.
Alabama Rot warning
Dog owners warned over Alabama Rot, the FATAL fungal infection spreading across the UK.
Vets have issued a new warning over Alabama Rot, a deadly fungal infection that has affected 14 dogs in the first four months of 2016, and 78 since 2012.
The disease first appeared in Greyhounds in USA in the 1980s but has now spread to 16 English counties, including Kent, London, Hampshire, Greater Manchester and Dorset.
Now you can get to know your fur-ever friend by browsing all of the photos contained within each slideshow. Just scroll further down their page.
Established as a family-run concern in the 1970s, Wallace Kennels Dog Rescue have been working hard to protect and care for vulnerable, abandoned or unfortunate dogs in the Essex area for over four decades.
With your help we continue to offer shelter to hundreds of dogs each year, matching them with loving homes willing to offer new and exciting lives, lived securely in safety and in comfort at last.
We are well-known for the outstanding care we take of our residents while they are with us, and while we hope their stay will be a short one, we do our very best to make sure their stay in kennels is the best it can be.
All the dogs are exercised and socialised regularly, and we take pride in making sure the right dog is matched with the right home.
We do hope you like our site and can spare a few minutes to browse some of our other pages, visit the Wallace Store, or perhaps even make a small donation to help with the work we do, every little helps and goes a long way.
Alternatively please visit our social media sites, where the newer dogs in are posted, or share our pages using the handy links provided.
Thank you for looking and hope to see you soon.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call us on 01277 821032.
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Now available to all our wonderful supporters!
Our desktop divas.
The dogs featured in the background visible on larger screens are residents we are looking after while we find new families for them.
Today’s background features Honey on the left, and Nancy on the right, who need to be homed together.
New feature for easy sharing
Now all the faces needing homes are together on one page, each optimised for sharing on social media.
Also, if you have a noticeboard at work, at school, local library, Citizen’s Advice centre, supermarket or club etc., now you can download our Quick List pdf.
Wallace Kennels is a family-run concern, making a difference to dogs in need in the Essex area.
All our time and limited resources are devoted to the daily care of our residents, and to help us continue in our work we rely entirely on donations and the generosity of our dedicated supporters.
If you would like to contribute to helping us find the right homes for the the right dogs, you can make a donation by using the PayPal link at the top of the page, and you can be sure that your support will go directly to their health and well-being and giving them the best of life while they stay with us.
If you would like to make a regular donation, no matter how small, please use the link at the top of the page, and follow the PayPal guidance for setting up a Standing Order.
Who’s paying for all these promotions?
All design, digital materials, promotions and development are volunteered.
None of your valuable donations are used on this site, allowing all of the funds to be spent on the welfare of our residents looking for new homes.
Three years ago the UK Government introduced plans to change the way we ‘register’ our pets. On April 6th, that new legislation came into practice. From this date forward, every dog in England, Scotland and Wales is required by law to be microchipped.