Please use the links on the left to navigate the site to find out more about Springer Spaniels and what NESSR does. You can also find out more information on adopting a dog. Also please visit our forum for a chat and look at our dogs looking for homes using the links at the top right of the page.

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You may be aware that as of April 6th microchipping of dogs will become compulsory throughout Great Britain.  We have been contacted by Petlog to say that they will be launching a new website when the legislation comes into force which will allow us to change the microchip details from NESSR to the owners details.  The other microchip databases as yet have not been in touch to let us know what procedure they want us to follow, however, the following will apply to all owners. We need you to email us at nessrmicrochipping@gmail.com with the following information:

  • Name of dog:
  • Microchip number of the dog:
  • Name of Owner:
  • Address of Owner:
  • Telephone Numbers of Owner:
  • Email address of Owner:
  • That you give your consent to NESSR to update the records of the dog to your details.

It would also be nice if you could update us on the dog you have adopted, and maybe include a picture?

Petlog’s new website will allow us to change this over for you free from 6th April, or you can change the details over yourself after 6th April 2016 and they will charge you £16.

As the dog’s owner it is your responsibility after 6th April to ensure the dog is registered to you, hopefully we can assist you as much as possible with this process.  The potential fine for not keeping your dogs details up to date is £500. If you have any questions please email us at nessrmicrochipping@gmail.com and we will try to assist you as much as possible, however we are still waiting on information from the other microchip databases.

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Most of the dogs in the photos you see in this website have been rehomed by NESSR. They have all been given another chance and have found new owners to love them through NESSR. Please help us so we can help other dogs that need us.

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