> January 2018

George and Molly are looking forward to a walk with friends on the 11th feb at warth park raundsWith more and more authorities restricting how and where we walk our dogs, social skills suffer. This in turn can lead to behaviour problems. Behaviour problems lead to an increase in the demand for rescue space. And so it goes on.

To help socialise your dog and support an independant rescue organisation at the same time, why not join us at this on lead, group dog walk, meeting at Warth Park Country Park,, Raunds (just off the A45) and walking to Stanwick Lakes and back. We meet at 10:00 for a 10:30 start, at the Warth Park Country Park car park. Please see comments in this event for further parking details and photographs. There is no set fee to join the walk, instead donations are invited with all funds raised going to Brook Farm Animal Sanctuary. There will also be a raffle on the day so please bring extra change to be in with a chance of winning.
Everyone welcome, please help spread the word. Thank you ????

The sheep have moved onto the area in front of the new field as theirs is very muddy.

They seem very happy.


Willow cannot wait for sundays, Helen is greeted by a very excited face when she arrives with sweet treats!

Molly is now home after her operation to remove her mammary gland lumps. Huge thanks to LakeView Veterinary Centre - Thrapston for looking after Molly.
Thank you to all that donated and showed support towards Molly,s operation. She is amazingly back to her normal self of hiding everyone’s shoes!


Its a hard life for George the fox hound and Tiggy cat here at the sanctuary cuddling all day!!