This Week at Top End Rehoming Group………


Want to speak to the team about adopting, fostering, volunteering or just to show your support? Just get in contact via out Facebook page: message us here or email us at
Did you know we also have animals that get to hang at the Petstock stores during the week? If you’re passing by either store stop in, you may just meet the love of your life.


Let’s talk about vaccinating and how important it is! Don’t take your pooch out if they are unwell. Vaccinations protect against all sorts of nasties, some that can be fatal and start when animals are young, usually 8 weeks and aren’t fully covered until they’ve had the full course. There’s lots of ranges of vaccinations. Vaccinating saves lives! Speak to your vet if you want to know more.

If your animal is unwell, don’t let them interact with other animals in case what they have is contagious and get them to a vet as soon as you can. There’s a bit of kennel cough around at the moment. Kennel cough is similar to your dog getting the flu, is highly contagious but can be very serious to some pets. If your dog shows any signs or you’re worried speak to your vet and keep them contained so they don’t spread it.



Vaccinations are just one of the costs associated with owning a pet. There are many costs involved, not just the cost of adopting a pet, they need veterinary care throughout their lives. It’s so important to consider these ongoing costs when you’re thinking about adding a furry family member. Expenses like food, medical costs, toys, training, should all come into consideration. The best part about adopting from a rescue is that the first biggest expense is covered, that being their desexing.


If you’re not sure you’re ready for those expenses or that lifelong commitment, fostering is a great way to get those furry cuddles but without being responsible for them for the rest of their lives.
When fostering with us, we cover all the expenses, cover the medical costs and toys, you just get to welcome the furry critter into your home and help us find their forever family.
We always are looking for new foster carers. The more available foster homes the more animals we can save, we don’t have a shelter, all our animals are living the good life in foster homes.

If you want to know more get in contact with us.