Important notice: For advice regarding injured wildlife, please call our wildlife rescue helpline on 07872 421878 before bringing an animal to us.

Help our Swifts and find out more about what the Wildlife Angels are doing to support these miracles of the sky

We urgently need insect food supplies to feed all the swifts, swallows and house martins in our care. Currently over 2,000 insects a day!

Found alone in a field in Sheffield, extremely lethargic due to severe dehydration. The finders gave this little bunny some fluids until they could find a wildlife hospital to help. She's now in our care and perking up a bit more each day.

You can help wildlife during the heatwave by putting dishes of fresh water out.πŸ’¦πŸ’¦πŸ’¦ The animals will thank you.πŸ’›πŸ’™πŸ§‘


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Dorritt suffers from a condition called sweet itch, a severe allergic reaction to midges and flies. She is under a strict skincare routine which includes a regular scrub to help ease the symptoms. We sometimes wonder why we bother.πŸ€¦β€β™€οΈ

This year Dorritt is looking great. No sore patches and not too agitated. Our efforts are paying off.πŸ’™πŸ§‘πŸ’›

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Look who's eaten his vegetables this morning!πŸ₯³πŸ₯³πŸ₯³

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Odette the Signet is getting stronger each day. She is receiving specialist care from our team and we are pleased with her progress so far.

Our team relies on donations to keep open. If you would like to help towards our running costs we would be extremely grateful. We can't do it without you.πŸ’™πŸ§‘πŸ’›

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About our Animal Sanctuary & British Wildlife rescue

St Bernard’s Animal Sanctuarty and Wildlife Rescue centre is located in derbyshire. Our facilities are home to abandoned, orphaned, injured and unwanted pets, dog, cats, horses, ponies, small animals and wildlife. The centre provides a pet adoption service but if animals are not able to find a new home, they stay with us for life.

Our wildlife rescue service in runs throughout the year. Our mission is to help rehabilitate wildlife and hedgehogs before releasing them back into the wild. If you would like to support local wildlife in your area, you can help by becoming a Wildlife Angel.

Promoting animal welfare is a big part of animal sanctuary life. Through schools, home education groups and local communities, we promote animal knowledge, care and wildlife awareness.

We offer an emergency pet care service and lifetime care for pets when owners can no longer look after them. Many of our rescued animals are unsuitable for re-homing. Safe at Last, they stay with us for life.

Our Pet bereavement line on 07872 421878 is open everyday for owners who have lost a pet. It can be hard coming to terms with the loss of a friend and we are hear to help.

We operate all year round and accept wildlife admissions from across the UK. Please call first to make an appointment.