We are always on the lookout for volunteers. In particular we need people to help us at our events and store collections.

Don’t forget to visit our Shop when you are in Hanley. We now take credit cards and offer a great range of stock.

Pet Portraits Appeal Shop Microchipping Calendar

Werrington Village Hall, 358 Ash Bank Road, Werrington, ST9 0JS

Sunday,March 29th  between 11.00am and 1.00pm

These are beautiful portraits

For future events.  Coming up, Quiz night.

We have a number of Staffie’s (and  Staffie Cross’s ) . They do make wonderful pets, just read about Layla or Bella to find out.

Tara desperately wants a home, she’s so unhappy at the moment.


Please note that we cannot take credit cards at the kennels

Telephone hours at the kennels are between 8am and 8pm

Please do do not call the kennels if you find  a stray dog/cat.

Whilst the kennels's look after our animals they are not able to deal with any calls not related to rehoming an animal. Please contact either our Office, Cruelty number or if stray dog, the dog warden. Thank you.

Rehoming Procedure

For cruelty please ring 0300 1234 999

We have recently had calls to our shop for cruelty. They are unable to help

You are now able to order items online from the national RSPCA shop. Every item you purchase will result in a commission payment to the Branch as well a getting some bargains you will be able to help our animals as well.  RSPCA Christmas cards, 2015 diaries and calendars, as well as other RSPCA branded gift items such as RSPCA branded collars and leads are available

For some of our happy stories please visit our rehoming tales page.

Cruelty is not always obvious. Read Charley's story

And if your dog suffers from arthritis, one way of taking him/her out for a walk.

Rehoming an older dog can be rewarding. Read about Rupert by clicking here

Think that a badly behaved dog or a staffy would be a handful? Click Layla to find the joy of both or click on Bella for the fun of a Staffy



Bella's Tale

Come and visit our new shop at 4 Fountains Square, Hanley.

Open from 17 November

Read our Newsletter Reasons to adopt a Staffie Lola's Tale

Please visit Waitrose in Leek as many times as you can during February and post your little green token into our box.

For those of you who are unfamiliar with the scheme, once a customer has been through the check out, they are given a green token and asked to place it in one of the three boxes, positioned by the doors. The customer then has the choice to support one of the three local charities.

At the end of February Waitrose will split £1,000 between the three charities, but it is not an equal split but rather it is proportion to the amount of votes received. The charity with the most votes gets the largest chunk of the money and so on...

Help us in February by visiting Waitrose in Leek

Coming soon, our brand new website

Staffordshire North Branch

Charity Number 225670

Cruelty Line

0300 1234 999

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