About Albury Wodonga Animal Rescue
Albury Wodonga Animal Rescue is a dedicated group of volunteers also known as Albury Dog Rescue, working to rehome unwanted dogs, pups, cats and kittens in the Albury Wodonga region of Australia and to educate the community about responsible dog ownership.
We take pride in the fact that we focus on our aim of finding good homes for dogs and cats that would otherwise be put to sleep. We are passionate about doing the very best we can for every animal we rescue.
Most of our dogs are unclaimed strays from the Albury City Pound or are surrendered by members of the public. At Albury Wodonga Animal Rescue we believe that all pet dogs and cats should be desexed to prevent the continuing cycle of unwanted dogs and cats in society. Because of this we only rehome desexed animals.
Each dog has passed a temperament test before it is placed into foster care.
All dogs are vet checked, microchipped, flead and wormed, then desexed before rehoming.
The adoption fee includes vaccinations against Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvovirus, Kennel Cough Bordetella. This is called a C5 vaccination.
The adoption fee we charge only just covers the costs of the essential vet work and we are always in need of funds to cover the shortfall.
We endeavour to carefully match dogs with their new owners so the owner has found the very best companion to suit their situation and the dog also is in the best environment for his future well being.
Albury Wodonga Animal Rescue Trust is a registered Australian not-for-profit charity.
54 Brockley Street
Wodonga VIC 3690