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Laura rehomes setters My husband and I were looking to adopt a dog to join us in our active lifestyle when we came across Sebpra. We came across Asha and Daya on the website. Potentially sisters and a cross between a pointer and a setter. They were extremely nervous rescues and it’s been a very long journey. However, I absolutely fell in love with helping these dogs coming over from Spain. Not long after adopting our girls, I started helping out the Sebpra team. We then adopted a third dog to help build Asha and Daya’s confidence so the beautiful Petra, an English Setter, joinedRead More →

Lucy rehomes Pointers I started my SeBPRA journey in March 2018 when I adopted Dani (sabueso), Dani was on the verge of going back to Spain after a failed adoption and since then I’ve been hooked on SeBPRA dogs. In August 2018 we adopted Luna (pointer) and that’s where my love of pointers started. In July 2020 i started helping SeBPRA with adoptions and it has been one of the most rewarding things I have done. After seeing Dani and Luna flourish i wanted to help more dogs like them get into their forever homes. I’ve been dog mad since I was a child soRead More →

Vikki rehomes Brittanys, or any of our other breeds that need help! I have always had a love of working/gun dog breeds but always preferred to adopt rather than buy a puppy. We usually have labs and Springers so when we lost our rescue Springer in 2020, we started looking at other working dog rescue groups and this is how we discovered SeBPRA. After conversations with Tessa, she suggested a little Brittany called Palma. We knew very little about Brittanys as they are quite rare in this country but once she arrived, our love affair with this beautiful breed began. Soon after adopting Palma IRead More →

Jo is one of our rehomers, primarily focussing on setters! I had always believed that spaniels were only breed for me until one day at a beer festival I met the most beautiful Irish setter who was going to show me that their might be another breed equally special to me. I then became fascinated by the breed and spent time researching and reading up on setters, which is where I came across SeBPRA. A year or so later I welcomed Leah home, my rescue setter from SeBPRA. She’s taught me so much about how rewarding dog rescue can be and the how special itRead More →

Dog training has developed greatly in recent years to promote a kinder approach to our dogs and only teach using a force free approach positive reinforcement.Read More →