Adopt your BFF at a Bristol Dog Rescue11 January 2023
Hunting for your furever pooch in Bristol? Look no further! With a wide range of charities offering support, you won't have to look fur and wide. Whether you've done all the research and know what pup is right for you, or if you're looking for help to find your pawfect match, head over to the rescue centres in Bristol and the nearby area. Woof! Let's start this journey towards your furever friend today!
Dog rescues in Bristol
Bristol Dog Action Welfare Group - Greyhound and Lurcher Rescue
🔗 Site: http://dawg.org.uk/
🚀 Location: The Old Exchange
BS10 7RS (headquarters)
🏷 Summary: Bristol DAWG was founded in April 2010 as a Registered Charity and has since rehomed a number of dogs.
Fundraising events take place every weekend and volunteers are always welcome to help out in any spare time they might have available. Sighthounds from across the UK and Ireland can be found in the care of Bristol DAWG from various rescue centres, trainers and council pounds.
For those interested in providing a loving home to these beautiful animals, please visit the website or contact them directly to speak with one of their trustees.
Bath Cats & Dogs Home
🚀 Location: The Avenue Claverton Down
Bath and North East Somerset
🏷 Summary: Bath Cats & Dogs Home is one of the busiest animal rehoming centres in the UK, caring for over 150 dogs, cats and small animals. Those coming from difficult backgrounds often require special attention and care to make sure their next home is the best possible.
Bath Cats & Dogs Home values each and every potential adopter, taking all possible steps to make sure they are all treated equally and fairly. As such, decisions on rehoming an animal are made solely depending on the needs of the animal.
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