Name Of Rescue: Reading Guinea Pig Rescue
Website of rescue:www.readingguineapigrescue.co.uk
Where rescue is based: Reading
Where rescue rehome to: Reading and Oxon areas
Is Rescue breed specific? if so and if not please explain?: No, guinea pig specific.
Do you neuter all animals before leaving for forever homes where applicable? please explain either way: No, spaying is too invasive for guineas. Most boars are castrated, not always pairs of boars but we do where possible because it helps the adopter find a sowfriend when one of them dies as opposed to keeping a lone boar.
If applicable do you always vaccinate?: N/A
If applicable do you always worm/flea treat: Always bathed in Gorgeous Guineas and skin conditions are treated.
If applicable do you microchip?:N/A
Do you provide insurance when rehoming to new owners?:No
Will you always take the animal back no matter what?if not please explain under what circumstances etc:Yes, if we have the room. If there is no room and a waiting list is being operated past guests go to the top of the list. We will not take in more animals than we can cope with.
Rough ‘donation’ guide per animal please also explain what this involves: £20 donation per guinea pig. RSPCA Adoption certificate must also be signed.
- County: Berkshire
- Link to RHU policies thread: Rescue Policies Link (*login required)