Siret No. 524891800016 Charity No. W532002785
At Grande Daze Animal Companion Centre we offer a complete range of services for pet related needs. Our facilities are purpose built and, together with our many years of experience and love for animals, we are able to provide the best a pet can get!
A grooming service by appointment.
You can enrol in our Training Programmes.
Educate your Puppy
See our Feature on GUN DOG TRAINING
COVID- 19 UPDATE – PLEASE NOTE:
We are complying with all the necessary
restrictions and regulations.
Welcome to our website where you can read about our Companion and Rescue Centre and see how we may be of service to you.
For our French supporters and followers we have a translation button at the bottom of the pages. We hope that this will be useful to you.
Bienvenue sur notre site Internet, vous y trouverez des informations sur notre refuge pour animaux et y voire comment nous pouvons vous rendre service.
Et pour nos supporters français il y a un bouton traduction en bas de la page. Nous espérons que cela vous sera utile.
All of our services are open and we continue to comply with all of the health and safety measures:
We advise you that our policy is that the following rules are compulsory:
To wear Face Masks, ensure Social Distancing and use Hand Sanitiser.
The health and safety of everyone who visits is our priority!
You can support the animals at the Centre by purchasing from our on site Shop.Shop
Click ITEMS FOR SALE at Grande Daze for our more unusual and higher priced items.
Attending one of our events.
Making a gift/donation via PayPal on our FaceBook page.
Sending a cheque to the address below:
Grande Daze Animal Companion and Rescue Centre, La Grande Gaudiniere,La Bigottiere, 53240, Mayenne.
Putting loose change into a Money Box and delivering it to the Centre.
Dropping change into our Collection Boxes around the Centre and in our Shop.
OPENING HOURS ARE: TUESDAY THROUGH TO SATURDAY 8 AM – 6 PM WE ARE CLOSED SUNDAY AND MONDAY.
“Our aim is to provide animals with a safe, caring environment and to educate people in the welfare of the animals they own.”