Lanarkshire animal rescue and rehoming centre
The animal rescue and rehoming centre in Lanarkshire came under the Scottish SPCA’s wing in 1988. Ten years later, the centre underwent a big rebuild to create an on-site vet clinic and has undergone more work to accommodate more dogs, reptiles and rabbits.
In 2018, the centre rehomed a fantastic 1085 animals to forever homes. It has:
- 80 kennels for dogs
- A cattery that can accommodate 30 and has a play area for kittens
- A small animal room with 16 spaces for the likes of rodents and Guinea pigs
- 18 spaces in a dedicated rabbitry
- A ferret room
- A veterinary clinic staffed by Scottish SPCA vets
- A wildlife shed to provide a safe space for wild animals in need until they can be moved to the National Wildlife Rescue Centre for treatment.
Rehome from our Lanarkshire centre
If you think you’ve got space for an extra family member, why not view the animals available for rehoming from the centre? We’re sure you’ll find your perfect pet.
How you can help our centre
Our centres will always welcome any generous donations of food, treats, or other items to help us care for animals.
You can view what our Lanarkshire centre most urgently needs on the centre’s Amazon Wishlist.
If you’re interested in volunteering at the centre, you can check out our latest vacancies.