Dogs Trust

Feature Partner

Dogs Trust:  Official Charity Partner

Dogs Trust is the UK’s largest dog welfare charity and cares for over 14,000 dogs each year through a network of 21 rehoming centres in the UK.

Their mission is to bring about the day when all dogs can enjoy a happy life, free from the threat of unnecessary destruction.

They are really excited to partner with DogFest again this year, as it gives them a fantastic opportunity to interact with everyone – and highlight the joys of having a rescue dog.

Their Dogs Trust Village will be at each DogFest event, where we will have information about some of our dogs who are waiting for their forever homes. So, if you’re looking for a dog to join your family, please come along and have a chat to start your rehoming journey with us.

Meanwhile, if you have a former Dogs Trust dog, please make sure you pop over to say hello, as they’d love to catch up with their former canine residents and see how happy they are.

Plus, they will have lots of activities taking place in the Village itself to entertain all dogs, dog lovers and owners, with their team also on hand to answer any questions you may have. So, ‘follow the yellow’ and they’ll see you there!

Are you looking for a dog to join your family? If so, you may find your new canine companion at one of our rehoming centres. Visit our website to find out which dogs are currently looking for a home and to find out more about the rehoming process.

Rehome a dog

Thanks to kind donations, we are able to support thousands of dogs and owners every year – not just with rehoming, but also with advice, training, community work and much more. You can show your support and donate through our website.

Donate to Dogs Trust

One way we aim to be there for dogs (and you) in the future is with our Canine Care Card. This is a free service, which gives you peace of mind, knowing that we will look after your dog and do all we can to find them a loving new home, should you become seriously ill or pass away. You can sign up online today.

Canine Care Card

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