Central Coast Animal Care Facility
BIN or Source Number: R251000019
NSW, Erina 2250
Central Coast Animal Care Facility is located Erina NSW. We are no kill facility rescuing dogs from other facilities who are not able to operate under a no kill policy. We work with facilities all over NSW and ACT. We also accept surrenders from private citizens who are no longer able to care for their animals. We have a small, but dedicated staff who are committed to giving the best care possible to the animals, as well as providing important education to the public in regards to responsible pet ownership. We have many programs currently running including: Last Litter - whereby the facility pay the desexing costs for female dogs to ensure the breeding cycle stops. We also ensure that all pups are desexed, vaccinated, nicrochipped and registered before finding them their forever homes. Noahs Ark - a program that ensures bonded pairs always remain together to avoid the stress of being seperated. We have recently installed new kenneling into the facility. The kennels will be used exclusively for people escaping domestic violence and will ensure their pet have a safe place to stay (free of charge) while they get assistance. We have started our education program and are attending schools to teach our next generation about responsible ownership. We are a registered not for profit charity and are so proud of the programs we have in place and of all of the work we do to rescue animals at risk
Adoption Policy: ModerateIf you are interested in adopting one of our animals, please fill out our Expression of Interest Form here: https://form.jotform.co/92231142675857 This questionnaire is confidential and does not oblige you to adopt, or guarantee you the animal. The information you provide helps the facility to achieve the best match between the dog or cat and their new home. Alternatively, you are welcome to phone or email us to find out more information on our animals. You will be asked to fill in a questionnaire. Once the questionnaire and any questions you may have are approved and answered, its time to meet your potential new furbaby. This meet will be conducted at the facility unless prior arrangements are made by management. After the meet and greet, a yard check will be completed at your home to ensure that your home and yard is suitable for the kind of pet you are interested in. The final step (pending agreement by both parties) is the payment of the adoption fee and filling in of associated paperwork for your new furbaby. Congratulations, you have now saved a life!