Chancepixies Animal Rescue

Chancepixies Animal Rescue

Charity information

Chancepixies Animal Rescue

Registered in 2008, Chancepixies has rehomed 1,000 dogs & reunited 800, but rather than merely deal with the symptoms, we are working on long term solutions to end irresponsible breeding & ownership.

Founded 2008

  • Mission statement

    As an organisation, Chancepixies has far reaching aims.
    Using our expertise and knowledge throughout the canine world from top level show and competition through to grass roots rescue and re-homing, we are committed to find solutions to the stray, abandoned and needlessly killed dogs in the UK today.
    We want to see an end to puppy farms and every other form of irresponsible breeding that ultimately leads to the abandonment and killing of thousands of healthy, companionable animals every year in this country.
    We believe that to truly make a difference in this country a change in legislation is needed to ensure that all breeding is done so responsibly - regardless of breed or crossbreed.
    We will also continue to rescue and re-home dogs and other animals in need and educate the general public on the need for responsible breeding and ownership.

  • Aims

    Chancepixies Animal Rescue aims to:

    • To continue to offer rescue spaces to dogs in need of care and attention through neglect or abandonment. To rehabilitate and re-home those animals with full support and back-up.
    • To campaign to end the needless suffering and destruction, in short to prevent dogs from needing rescue.
    • To educate the public on the need for responsible breeding and ownership.
  • Overview

    Established: May 2008

    Registered Charity Number: 1129742

    Board members: 4

    Part time staff: 2

    Volunteers: 15

    Phone number: 01304 203311

    Address: Chancepixies Gravel Lane West Hougham Kent CT15 7AG

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  • Chancepixies Needs a Home

    To purchase a property from which the charity can continue to rescue, rehabilitate and reh... More