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Wetnose Animal Aid

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Address:

2 wells terrace, bungay, Norfolk, nr34 0hr, united-kingdom

Phone: 01508518650
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Animal Type

Animals Treated
  • Bird
  • Cat
  • Dogs
  • Equine
  • Farm
  • Poultry
  • Small Animals
  • Wildlife

Location

Street Address
Apartment, Building, Floor
bungay road
Address
stockton
Town
County
Post Code
Country
United Kingdom

Wetnose Animal Aid

Wetnose raises funds to help the smaller Rescue Centres in need, for 20 years we have helped all animals from a hedgehog to a horse. Charities send us an Application form and we raise funds to help with vet or food bills, equipment, supplies or cattle feeders, incubators, whatever the centre urgently needs. 

www.wetnoseanimalaid.com 

I used to run a rescue centre for 13 years and then moved and set up Wetnose animal aid to help other centres, 20 years ago there was no social media and centres didn't get the help they get today.

Wetnose was unique 20 years ago as not many companies/people raise funds for Animal Rescue Centres, we like to think we helped promote and support many centres in the past and present. 

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