Pampered Pets Hotel

Green Acres,

Glevering Hacheston,

Woodbridge Suffolk IP13 0EX

​Telephone:   01728 747760

Fax :           01728 748422
Email :


Canine Welfare -

Telephone -07823772994

Email -

Proprietors and Licensee's -

Mr S & Mrs J Lee

Licence number -


Visiting Hours:



(drop-off & collection):


Monday to Friday:    9am to 5pm

Saturday:               9am to 3pm

Sunday:                 11am to 2pm


Our office hours are the same as above and below unless in an emergency.


Kennel Viewing & Rescue:


Monday to Sunday: 11am to 2pm    

By apointment only.          

      The Canine Welfare Rescue Centre


As well as our pet hotel for dogs who are already loved, we also rescue and re home dogs who need a lucky break and a loving home.   We will keep all the dogs until a new forever home is found, and therefore we have a non-destruction policy, which means that we have successfully re homed hundreds of dogs in over 30 years of running.

Most of our dogs come in from their previous homes and are given up by their owners for lots of different reasons.

We are self funded, meaning that we continuously  raise money throughout the year to cover the expenses.

We do ask for an adoption fee. This is so that we can continue to help the dogs that are in our care.  As nearly all the dogs that come to us have not been spayed or castrated this is generally done before the dog is re homed  However, if this has not been done at the time of the adoption (this may be for varying reasons) then the new adopter is asked to do this at the earliest time possible.


If you see a dog you like and want to come and meet them, please contact us by phone or email  We would also like you to email us some pictures of your house and garden, so have an idea of the type of home that you could offer to one of our dogs.

We do carry out home checks before and after an adoption takes place, and ask that new adopters keep in contact with us either via email or our facebook page ' Canine  welfare rescue centre'

We are happy to give advice and help with any training issues once the dog has been adopted from us.


We are open every day for viewing's between 11 am and 2pm.  Please call in advance.

The telephone number for Canine Welfare inquiries is 07823772994 and ask for Emma, or  Email -




Here are some of our current dogs who are in need of a new home:

Benson -

Beuceron x Rotty

6/7 year old


Castrated & Vaccinated.

Benson taking part in a training class.

This beautiful boy is Benson and he is looking for his new home.

Benson is a wonderful boy who needs a firm but fair owner who will continue his training.

Benson loves people but will sometimes love them too much and think he’s a smaller dog than he is!

Benson loves a leader and will do anything you say if he believes that you mean it ! : )

He requires a one to one home

Benson is good to be left for periods of time during the day and he is house trained.

Benson is very well trained, and he's good on and off the lead and he is also halti trained.

Benson would like a home by himself with socialising opportunities on walks.

Benson is well trained he knows all his basic commands and loves to play ball.

Benson needs an expierienced one to one home.

( If you can please see our Facebook page for more pictures and videos of Benson in action! The link is below.)

Benson posing for a picture with donated items


10 year old

Terrier Cross

Harry is looking for a new home.

Unfortunately his owner was no longer able to care for him.

Harry gets on well with other dogs and has been used to being around children.

He is house trained and likes going out in the car.

Colin (Long coat)


Lottie (short coat)

14 and 15 years old


Colin and Lottie are two dear little dogs who have sadly found themselves looking for a new home.

We would like them to go to a new home together.

Both still have lots of spring left in them. Colin loves his cuddles where as Lottie is happy off doing her own thing.

They do not require walks just a nice garden to potter in.


4 year old

Staffordshire Cross

Sasha is looking for a new home through no fault of her own.

Sasha is house trained , she is fine to be left for periods of time during the day - Also she is happy to go into her crate.

She seems fine with other dogs, and has been around children although not full time. 

Being a typical wiggly girl she would be best suited to a home with older childen.


Labrador Cross

11 months old

Major is a lovely boy who will soon be looking for a new home.

He is a fun loving boy who loves to play ball and he loves a good cuddle.

He will require an experienced home with someone who will continue his training.

He is getting used to other dogs and doesn't mind smaller ones but is still unsure about larger dogs.

He will be looking for a home with older children.

We have 5 beautiful puppies looking for their new forever homes.

Their Mother 'Heidi' who is an Apricot Toy poodle, was brought into us by a member of the public after she was found wandering near the A12 in an appalling condition.


She was dreadfully matted and both her and the puppies were covered in fleas!

Heidi has a new home to go to once her babies have found theirs.


3 boys and 2 girls

Because we have a non destruction policy it means we do also have dogs staying with us who are not available for re homing : (, Both the boys below where handed into us by their owners for being abit 'grumpy.'
They now have a perminant home with us to live out their days : )
Kara was brought into us in an appaling condition and had clearly never left her house and garden, so therefor not getting the socialisation she needed...
Kara (above ) is in a Foster home with one of our volunteers, so she will be safe and supported for life.

Can you help by making a monthly donation to our long term dogs?

our paypal account is -

Please call 07823772994 for Emma

(office hours are below),

or email

For more information or to arrange a visit.

Veiwing times Mon - Sun Between 11am - 2pm

by apointment only.

Thank you

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