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Animal Welfare Advice

The Branch offers a low cost neutering scheme for members of the public who are on the means tested benefit criteria that we cover. Please ring the branch office or e-mail for more information.

The Branch also offers welfare assistance if you have a sick or injured pet and are on the means tested benefit criteria that we cover. Please ring the branch 0113 253 6952 or e-mail for further information.

The Branch holds action events in which we go out into the community to microchip your pets. Please look at our events page which will give you any events coming up in the near future.

From the 6th April 2008 new government Legalisation has come into force whereby the sole responsibility for managing stray dogs will rest with the local Authorities. From this date the Police will no longer be required to accept stray dogs.

If you have lost your dog or found one then please call the Dog Wardens on Leeds 0845 123 0113.

Dog Wardens Wakefield 0845 8506 506. online form for wakefield warden

Usefull website -  upload details of lost/found dogs.

If your animal is Microchipped and goes missing or is stolen please inform the Microchip company and they will flag your pet as missing on their system.

If your animal is stolen please also inform the police.

If you find a dog by law you MUST report it to the local dog warden

If you have lost your cat, please e-mail details and a photo to and if the cat is chipped please contact the microchip database. It's also worth phoning around vets in the area and emergency vets to see if your animal has been brought in injured. is also useful for lost & found.

For information on stray cats please go to the RSPCA website for advice on what you should do.

The featuring of advertisements is simply one way the RSPCA raises money for its vital animal welfare work and does not under any circumstances imply an endorsement of the goods/ services advertised nor any association between the RSPCA and the advertiser.


For questions regarding animal welfare please contact the ASK ANNIE service by clicking here




Animal training/ behaviour advice

All animals need to be taught how you want them to behave, they cannot work it out on their own. Dogs especially, need lots of socialisation early on and benefit from a routine with positive/ reward based training. Classes are a great way to get started, no matter what age your dog is NEVER too old.

The following site has some fantastic free dog training books available for download ( e.g After you get your dog, by Ian Dunbar), as well as a wealth of information - (link added by  kind permission of

Some handy training tips from the APDT

and more from the APBC

If you are having behavioural problems with your dog, please contact a member of one of the following organisations. They all require high standards from their members and only use kind, fair and effective training methods. Please don't give up, there is help out there.

Association of pet dog trainers -

Association of Pet behaviour counsellors -

United Kingdom Registry of canine behaviourists -

 if you own a deaf dog this is a great forum for getting info and tips on how to train and best care for your deaf dog



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