Estabished July 2008
Originally set up in July 2008 to help owners of rescue dogs deal with their dog's behaviour, K-9 Rescue Remedy has come a very long way since it was established and from of the 25th June 2017 we will be a moving to be fully registered charity.
K-9RR is run entirely by volunteers and our main objective is to stop as many dogs from going back into rescue as we possibly can. We support our members by helping them to understand their dogs and channel their behaviour positively. All of our dogs train to pass the Bronze, Silver and Gold Kennel Club Good Citizens Award. The club meets on Sunday mornings at Sedlescombe Village Hall during school term times. Class times are:
Bronze Class: 9.15 - 10.30am
Bronze/Silver Class 10.30 - 11.30am
Silver/Gold Class 11.30 - 12.30pm
Platinum Class 12.30 - 1.30pm
Please see the dog training page for more information about training.
In addition to the training club K-9 RR also runs a small rescue to help as many destitute dogs as it can. The rescue mainly accommodates dogs in foster homes until their forever home can be found - so we are always looking for foster parents for dogs. Please contact us if you think you might be a special person that could foster for us. Likewise if you would like to donate to our cause that would be very much appreciated too. And you can be assured, every single penny donated goes directly towards food and veterinary bills for our foster dogs.
If you are having behaviour issues with your rescue dog and feel that you need help, you can contact us on 07446 231 015 to ask for help.
Suki, one of our rehomed dogs.