The USPCA no longer operates kennels near Belfast at Carryduff for rehoming dogs and other animals.  If you are looking for the USPCA Carryduff you can now call the USPCA Animal Hospital in Newry on 028 3025 1000 or visit the USPCA Homing section of the website.  http://uspca.co.uk/animal-homing/

The USPCA provides kennelling services for Newry & Mourne District Council with the impounded animals being housed on our Carnbane Facility and rehomed through BARK Kennels in Ballymoney.

The Benvarden facility hosts Benvarden Kennels, a charity setup by former shelter manager Louise Neill, successfully re-homing hundreds of unwanted animals from the North Antrim site each year.

Prior to 2010 the USPCA rehomed animals from the kennelling facilities in the Carryduff Animal Shelter. As a consequence of the money motivated decision by Belfast City Council to amalgamate kennelling services with those of Carrickfergus Council the USPCA Carryduff facility remains vacant.

Animals are now rehomed from the USPCA Animal Hospital in Newry on 028 3025 1000 or visit the USPCA Homing section of the website.  http://uspca.co.uk/animal-homing/

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