If you are looking for a lost pet here are some useful numbers for you to try:
Local “Lost and Found” register (Barnsley area) – 01226 285662 or see website http://www.syorkspetslostnfound.co.uk/
The above is run on behalf of animal rescues in and around the Barnsley area and manned by volunteers. If no one is available please leave a message with a land line contact number.
“Dog Lost” register (national) contact number is 0844 8003220
For lost dogs in Barnsley ring Regulatory Services on 01226 772468 or 01226 772540. Out of hours service number – 07979 414483. If unavailable, try Cliffe Kennels at Hoylandswaine which is the local stray pound for Barnsley – 01226 762391 or have a look on their Lost Dogs Facebook page: Cliffe kennel strays
For lost dogs in Sheffield or Rotherham, ring 0114 2037415
For lost dogs in Dewsbury, ring 01484 226883
For lost dogs in Wakefield, try looking on the Wakefield Lost Dogs Facebook page, ring Wakefield Council on 03458 506506 or ring the Mount Pleasant kennels number below.
Mount Pleasant kennels in Hampole, Doncaster has the stray contracts for Doncaster, Wakefield and Leeds areas. Contact number is 01302 722748.
Sheffield pound always has a variety of lovely dogs desperately needing new homes through no fault of their own. Click on the “Adopt a dog” tab on the “I need a Home” website or alternatively, telephone the pound on 0114 2726758.
Website: I need a home
Good Life Dog Rescue is a small charity in Yorkshire. We are dedicated to helping stray and abandoned dogs. We work tirelessly with limited funds to help dogs in need at local stray kennels. We work closely with the stray kennels to help stray dogs that have served their seven days and move them into our care or to reputable rescues willing to help them find a new home.
Website: Good Life Dog Rescue
Rain Rescue is a Registered Charity established in 2002 and helping animals in South Yorkshire – “Helping pets in crisis situations, primarily dogs at risk of being needlessly destroyed in stray & lost kennels, plus cats and kittens abandoned on the street”.
West Yorkshire Dog Rescue is a Registered Charity managed by Committee on a totally voluntary basis. They work primarily in West Yorkshire but sometimes activities extend beyond. They take dogs from owners who are unable to keep them and unwanted strays from pounds.
Website: West Yorkshire Dog Rescue
The Little Dog Rescue was formed in 2009 and is a Registered Charity. The rescue uses a network of approved foster homes to assess dogs prior to rehoming. This gives them an opportunity to establish accurate knowledge of the dog in a variety of circumstances, for example with other dogs, children, cats, car travel, traning needs and much more.
Website: The Little Dog Rescue
We are a non-profit organisation and totally self funded. Our income is purely from donations and fundraising. RADAR are based in Kilnhurst, South Yorkshire, operating out of Netherlands Boarding Kennels and run totally by volunteers. The hardest part of this job is putting the dogs back in the kennels after their walks, but the greatest reward is when they find their their forever home. It’s the most addictive feeling we’ve ever known – especially when we know how things could have been.
Website: RADAR Dog Rescue
Helping Yorkshire Poundies (HYPS) was started in 2012 by Amanda Pollard Saville and it now has a team of volunteers working tirelessly to help dogs on death row. HYPS work closely with stray dog pounds in Yorkshire, visiting often, taking pictures of the strays and try to find rescue places throughout the country. Once a rescue space is secured, they then organise transportation. If rescue spaces cannot be obtained before time is up for dogs in pounds, they are taken into the care of HYPS, put into rented kennels or foster homes where they can be assessed, neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, flead and wormed before being rehomed.
Website: Helping Yorkshire Poundies
Greyhound Rescue South Yorkshire is a new non profit organisation to help rescue greyhounds and find them loving forever homes. We rely solely on fosterer families to take greyhounds into their homes and care for them until they are rehomed. Please support us in anyway you can to enable us to help as many greyhounds as possible. Whether that be offering to foster or adopt, helping financially or donating items or your time to help with fundraising and obviously by simply sharing posts and spreading the word on the work we do.
Website: Greyhound Rescue South Yorkshire
Julie is a dog trainer and behaviourist, based in South Yorkshire. Her business is called “Follow My Lead” and you can contact her on 07531 353561 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org She uses reward based training methods on a one to one basis, dealing with psychological and behavioural problems, including aggression.
Natalie at “Poppy’s Pet Services” offers dog walking, home visits, boarding, bathing, grooming & nail clipping for your pet. For more details visit her website below
Website : Poppys Pet Services
Pollydog’s Pantry was started with the aim of providing entirely natural products for dogs, using only the best ingredients and with no additives, chemicals or highly processed rubbish. I get so much joy and satisfaction from creating and baking my products and also from seeing happy dogs enjoying them.
Website: Pollydog’s Pantry
Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council Bereavement Services are offering a bespoke pet cremation service in the peaceful setting of Cannon Hall, Cawthorne, Barnsley, surrounded by beautiful gardens and parkland. Opening October 2018:
“We’ll provide a dignified cremation service for your adored dog, cat or small animal at our pet crematorium in the picturesque grounds of Cannon Hall. We know how distressing the loss of a pet can be and promise to treat your pet with care, compassion and respect.
We’ll provide every pet with an individual service; collecting them from your home or a vet if required, and returning the ashes to you following their cremation. Each pet will be carefully cremated on their own and their ashes prepared personally by our staff in accordance with your wishes.
Following the cremation, your pet’s ashes will be carefully placed into a casket or urn of your choice. Your pet’s cremation record will be with them at every stage, and you’ll receive a certificate of authenticity. You can choose to collect the ashes in person from Cannon Hall, or we can return them to you at home or to your vet.
The costs for our pet cremation service vary depending on the type of pet and the service that you choose.
It is important to us that you are reassured by our service. Please contact Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council bereavement services on 01226 206053 or email: email@example.com with any questions.
We’ll help you to plan the service as you wish and let you know about charges and payment options at that time. Many people make arrangements in advance of their pet passing to make sure their exact wishes are carried out. Please talk to us about keeping your details on file until our help is needed.” Further information is available from the website.
All Pets at Peace” is the place where you can say ‘goodbye’ to your beloved pet in the way that you would wish and in peaceful and beautiful surroundings. Please note, they only do individual pet cremations and they are based in Epworth, Doncaster. For full details, please visit their website at the link below
Website : All Pets At Peace