Hazelcroft Rescue is a home based guinea pig rescue in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, UK. We take in unwanted guinea pigs and care for them until we can find them new loving homes.
Please note that due to the very high number of applications we have received over the last few days we are not currently accepting any new enquiries for adoptions at the moment.
If you're thinking about getting guinea pigs please consider giving some rescue guinea pigs the chance to find a happy new home. We usually have a selection available and are on hand to give you lots of good advice and support, especially if you are new to keeping guinea pigs.
You can see some of the guinea pigs we currently have available on our Guinea Pigs for Re-homing page but as we have new ones becoming available all the time please contact us if you can't find what you're looking for.
Hazelcroft Rescue generally rehomes within 25 miles of St Albans but will consider further, especially for really good homes. We also re-home within 10 miles of Milton Keynes.
We check all potential new homes to make sure they meet our minimum requirements - please don't let this put you off, it is because we care about the continued welfare of the guinea pigs we are re-homing. To help with our running costs a minimum suggested donation will be requested on adoption of any of our guinea pigs.
You can find out a bit more about our adoption process here
As the rescue is run from our family home please be aware that visits are by appointment only and may only take place once you have completed our re-homers application form which is the first step in our re-homing process.
If you are looking to surrender your guinea pigs, please contact us to find out if we have space and to arrange the details.
Hazelcroft Rescue is run on a voluntary basis and we rely entirely on donations to fund the the cost of food, bedding and veterinary costs for the guinea pigs we rescue. We welcome a wide range of support and you can see our How you can help page for more information and ideas. All contributions to the rescue are gratefully received.