Spaniels in Foster Care

Our spaniels in foster care are currently being assessed and in some cases undergoing treatment.   

When they are ready to find their forever home we will move their details to the adoption page.

Some dogs that are poorly are kept long term in foster and receive the veterinary care they require. 

Please Help Us Reach our Goal to continue to Rescue and Re-Home as many dogs as possible.

Your generous support is what makes the difference to the plight of some very vulnerable spaniels.  

Each of our foster dogs will be vaccinated, neutered/spayed and  micro-chipped. 

Often our vet bills are very high. Each of our foster dogs have a support button if you would like to make a donation. 


Unfortunately we cannot take any enquiries until they have been moved to our Adopt a Spaniel page.

This page is updated weekly.

Dog Of The Month - TROOPER

Since I formed Spaniel Assist Rescue & Re-homing (non-profit organisation) in July 2015, so many spaniels have been given hope and a new life. Each and everyone of them holds a very special place in my heart and always will. Every Forever Home is special and perfect for the dogs. The foster Carers are absolutely amazing and we couldn't do this without our fantastic volunteers

SARR Gives Hope, Love and Restores my Faith in the Human Race - Dawn Clough SARR Founder 



I’m sure a lot of you remember the gumtree add for the terrified 9 week old puppy . I was tagged in the post so many times and sent the link from concerned people regarding the puppy . I did make contact with the owner and arranged to have the puppy collected on Saturday .
It became apparent that he was extremely underweight and not really behaving as you would expect a puppy to do which made alarm bells ring . However he did settle and eat a little food yesterday . 
Then last night he took a turn for the worse and was rushed to the emergency vet hospital . After speaking with the vet twice today it seems that the poor baby suffered 5 epileptic seizures , had terrible diarrhoea and Lethargy and is a very poorly boy . 
Parvo has been ruled out and his blood sugar is normal . Some tests have already been carried out and the vet is thinking that this could be a Portosystemic shunt ( Liver Shunt ) . He is showing a lot of the symptoms of this . The vet has advised more tests and the next step would be specialist referral for treatment , which he has said will run into thousands of pounds . 
Obviously I want to do as much as possible for him acting on the vets advice , so I am asking for donations no matter how small towards the cost of medical Expenses so that he has a chance in life .

So if you can help at all then please donate via the website or PayPal ( please use the friends and family option so we won’t be charged a fee ) 
Bank donations are Spaniel Assist 54.30.64 

Or click on the support button below.

Thank you very much in advance .
I realise it’s very close to Christmas and donations might not be possible , so please keep this little one in your prayers . 
I will update as soon as I hear from the vet again .

Hi my name is pretty Pippa if you would like to support me while in foster to help with my vet fees please click the support button to make a donation,Thank you! Woofs Pippa xx

Pippa has been quite poorly while in Foster and her vet fees reflect this :( 

If you could make a donation we would be so grateful 

Thank You from Pippa xxx

Hello my name is Penny, I am a show type cocker  8 years young. If you would like to make a donation towards my care while I am in foster in Northumberland please click my support button. I would be very grateful and happy. Thank you from the bottom of my paws Penny xx

Hi my name is Max, I am 5 years old. If you would like to support me while in foster to help with my vet fees please click my support button thank you very much!  xx