We're improving our dog rehoming facilities at Lincoln Farm
Now that the work on improving two of our Kennel blocks at Lincoln Farm is complete were are moving on to our dog rehoming facilities…
The recently refurbished kennel blocks mean that the rescue dogs in our care have a much better environment while they look for their forever homes, however, the areas where the rehoming journey starts has not been updated in over 30 years. This means that the environment is such that the dog could potentially become distressed, which is not good for their welfare or beneficial for initial meets with prospective rehomers.
The refurbished kennel blocks make for a much better environment for our rescue dogs.
The dog rehoming facilities and reception facilities at Lincoln are therefore in much need of a revamp, repair and refurbishment. Most of our sheds and facilities where rehoming takes place are leaking and falling down, making them unsafe and uncomfortable. So, the decision has been taken to build a new building.
Work has now started on the project and is expected to finish by the end of July 2019, which will mean a better experience for rescue dogs being rehomed and for potential rehomers coming in to discuss and meet their forever friend.
Geoff Wright, CEO commented “We are very excited to be improving our dog rehoming and reception building facilities at Lincoln Farm. Thank you for your patience and understanding while the work is taking place.”
Please note that during the work Lincoln Farm Rescue and Rehoming centre will be open as usual (12pm - 3.30pm, closed on Tuesdays). All visitors are asked to take note of any signs on site directing them so as to assure safety at all times.