Spaniels in Foster Care

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

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

Some dogs may stay in long term foster care to continue with the ongoing 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 - RONA

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.  Our 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 


Rona had her second ultra sound yesterday and they have found a mass inside her uterus .
The problem that we face is because there is no idea of her last season or when she last had puppies the vets haven’t ruled out that this could be after birth or even a puppy .
And they can’t go in and spay without knowing either of these .
So she is booked in for another scan on the 28 th April to check if the mass has increased or reduced in size .
If it has increased in size then it could be cancer so they would operate immediately .
Despite everything she has been through in her life she remains pleasant and waggy tailed 


Rona is booked in at the vets again this morning as they found something on the ultra sound scan yesterday which is between her Bladder and Colon.
They have another vet attending to do another ultra sound and give a second opinion before giving me any details .
Please keep Rona in your thoughts today for a positive outcome .

Rona was left at the vets this morning ( Monday 6th April ) and we are waiting in hope for good results for this special older lady 

It’s become apparent that she has spent many years shut in a small confined space from her behaviour of trying at every opportunity to squeeze into the smallest of places 
Her deep urine stains also prove that she didn’t have room to lay in a clean area and had to lay in her own mess .
But despite her previous life she really doesn’t bear grudges and has a smile 

Thank you , Thank you all so very much indeed for the generous donations and kind wishes for Rona.
The support and kindness has been overwhelming and very much appreciated 

If anyone would like to make a small donation towards this it would be very gratefully received .
Our PayPal account is and please remember to use the friends and family option .
Our bank details are Spaniel Assist .

Thank you in advance and could I ask that you Please put Rona as a reference