Caring for English Springers since 1990. Charity No. 1154632
English Springer Spaniel Welfare is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation,
formed in 1990 and recognised by the Kennel Club as a breed specific
welfare and rescue organisation.
ESSW is run by volunteers and although we do not profess to be experts we have many years experience within the breed, both in working and showing these wonderful dogs.
Working throughout the South of England with Area Coordinators covering the counties below the English Midlands and the Southern counties of Wales.
Our aims and objectives are to support the prevention of maltreatment and cruelty to English Springer Spaniels and in particular to encourage responsible ownership.
To find suitable homes for Springers whos owners are unable to re home them themselves. To give advice to ESS owners having problems coping with their dogs. To raise funds through donations, subscriptions and fund raising events to cover our costs. To encourage responsible practices in the breeding of the ESS.
We operate within Great Britain and our aims and objectives are:
To support the prevention of maltreatment and cruelty to English Springers and in particular encourage responsible ownership. To find suitable new forever homes for English Springers whose owners are unable to rehome them themselves.
To give advice to ESS owners having problems coping with their dogs. To raise funds through donations, subscriptions and fund-raising events to cover our costs.
To encourage responsible practices in the breeding of English Springers.
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Our area coordinators cover the South of England and parts of Wales below an imaginary line drawn across from Mid Wales to the Ipswich area.
We have the potential to operate throughout Great Britain but often our work is limited to areas we have helpers and Coordinators. A list of key personnel can be found on the Contact Us page. If you have a dog that you would like us to consider for rehoming please go to our downloads page and complete the applicable form, fill it in and return it to your local coordinator.