RSPCA Essex South & Southend Branch

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Dogs Page

"Problem Dogs, Lost or Stray Dogs are the legal responsibility of your Local Authority. Please contact your local authority if you have a complaint or concern over a problem dog, stray dog or lost dog as dogs of this nature are entrusted by them to local dog pounds.  The dogs featured on this page have been rescued by the RSPCA for various other reasons ranging from animal cruelty/welfare to bereavement of theprevious owner. "

Welcome To our Dogs Sponsorship Page

We regularly have a number of rescue dogs awaiting a new home. New dogs come in to us all the time and we try to keep the website up to date to allow the dogs to be rehomed as soon as possible.

If you would like details of any of the dogs we have for rehoming please contact Bonnie on 07749 175023.

Thank you for taking the time to consider us.



Please Meet Max, a 18 month old large male crossbreed. A few weeks ago Max was literally at deaths door with his sister Lola (see dogs needing homes album), skeletal frames, severely underweight, locked away from human company and in desperate need. 

With lots of nourishing food and TLC Max and Lola have come on leaps and bounds putting on weight (12kg since he arrived!) and finding their fun side of life again. Max is great with people, he is a big loveable, wriggly, tail wagging, goofball who would really benefit from a suitable foster (no dogs at this moment or children) or forever home to continue his journey back to full health.

Max does however, have Hip Dyslpacia, not helped because of lack of muscle around his hindquarters. So we are going to be starting Max on some Hydrotherapy, Physiotherapy and TTouch to start building his strength up.

Max's progress will hopefully be steady and positive. If you'd like to donate to help us with funding his treatment we'd be immensely grateful.

His Hydrotherapy is being provided at a reduced rate and anyone who adopts Max will continue to receive this rate, courtesy of the provider 

We'll keep you up to date on Max's progress and if you feel you could offer Max a foster or forever home please get in touch, email call 07749 175023.

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