Thankfully, Sussex are infrequently found in rescue situations, but when they are, Sussex have the same needs for immediate intervention and care as do their more popular canine counterparts.  These costly interventions include properly identifying a given dog as a Sussex; locating the owner if a Sussex was found as opposed to surrendered; addressing urgent medical needs; evaluating the individual dog’s socialization skills; and, rehabilitation and possible re-homing.  All of this is skillfully handled by our Rescue Coordinators, Diane Chase (860) 564-3043 and Virginia Wilder (617) 314-3868


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