We have a beautiful family of kittens available for adoption with some of the prettiest colours we have even seen...
Welcome to our Animal Sanctuary and Wildlife Rescue Center
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Latest from St Bernards Animal Sanctuary & Wildlife Rescue
Thanks to Chesterfield Borough Council for organising an event at Revolution House in Old Whittington on Sunday the 12th August....
We are happy to say Fidlin has found a new home with his original owners from many years back. In...
It’s been a busy few weeks with incoming wildlife. The weather has been unusually warm and we have been dealing...
Our regular end of month yard sale will take place on Saturday 28th July. Tea and refreshments served all day....
It’s not often we have horses available for adoption. When they come to us it’s usually because they have problems...
About St Bernard’s Animal Sanctuary & Wildlife Rescue Center
Our center is home to abandoned, orphaned, injured and unwanted pets, dog, cats, horses, ponies, small animals and wildlife. We encourage Pet adoptions to find a loving home for them but if they are unable to be adopted, they stay with us for life.
Our wildlife rescue programs in Derbyshire operate throughout the year and help rehabilitate injured wildlife, birds and hedgehogs brought into the Animal Sanctuary.
Through campaigning, education and local communities, we promote animal rights, knowledge and care for the next generation of pet lovers.
We provide an emergency pet care service with lifetime care for pets whose owners are terminally ill and we give priority to pets who are bereaved or whose owners have had to go into hospital or a care home.
We operate all year round across the UK. Our visitor opening times are Wednesday – Sunday, 10am – 3.30pm.
No healthy pet is ever put to sleep. Many of our rescued animals are unsuitable for re-homing. Safe at Last, they stay with us for life.