If you can offer a new home to one of our animals then please come and visit us. Millbrook Animal Centre is open from 11:30am - 4:00pm (Tuesday - Sunday). Closed on Monday. Car parking is available onsite.
The centre will be shut for viewing and adoptions on Saturday 1st September to allow us to prepare for our annual Gala day.
There will not be any viewing of the dogs or adoptions on Sunday 2nd September
Sorry for any inconvenience.
Where to find the Millbrook Animal Centre
The RSPCA Millbrook Animal Centre is located on Guildford Road, Chobham, Surrey.
About the Millbrook Animal Centre
The RSPCA Millbrook Animal Centre was established in 1965, and left in trust by Mrs Barbour Paton as a sanctuary for stray, abandoned and unwanted animals.
The Millbrook Animal Centre is now managed by Mrs Sue Walters and her dedicated team of staff and volunteers. The centre has 56 kennels, a cattery and a small animal house, providing shelter to approximately 100 animals per day.
We have been lucky enough to have a brand new Small Animal House built for us, which has been brilliant for our smaller residents, we have been able to take in more small animals due to the added space - we are hoping to get an outdoor aviary and a ferret play pen next.
A couple of years ago we have undergone an ambitious redevelopment of one of our kennel blocks, so this now means that we have some much better facilities for our dogs - in the future we hope that enough money can be raised to redevelop all of our kennels.
Recently we have had a new stable block built for us. This enables us to look after up to 10 horses, which is much needed as there is an ever increasing number of unwanted and abandoned horses in the country.
The most recent build on site has been an outdoor play area for the cats; it is thanks to the kind and generous donations by the public that this has been made possible. The long stay cats really like a change of environment and the chance to explore a bigger area and play with new toys.
Our new reception building is now complete and it offers benefits to the visiting public and also gives the staff and volunteers a larger, more comfortable staff room. Our shop is bigger, giving us the space to stock more products for our clients to buy for their pets. Reception is more inviting for potential adopters with much more information on offer as well as space for a dog or two to sit with the staff during the day, giving them the opportunity to have a break from their kennel.