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Finding a pawfect companion at a dog rescue in Sheffield

Are you considering rehoming a pooch in Sheffield? Dog rescue centres play an important role in Sheffield, providing a safe haven for abandoned and unwanted dogs until they can be rehomed. To help you in your search for your new BFF, we’ve listed the charitable dog rescue centres in Sheffield, including their contact information and what services they offer. Why not paws here for a minute, take a look and find out more…


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Dog rescues in Sheffield

Willow Dog Rescue, Barnsley

πŸ”— Site: https://www.facebook.com/willowdogrescue/

πŸš€ Location: 11 Station Rd

Wath upon Dearne

South Yorkshire

S63 7DG

United Kingdom

🏷 Summary: Established in June 2010, this small charity strives to provide abandoned dogs in South Yorkshire with a second chance at a happy life. Working to save animals from the council pounds of the region, the organisation works tirelessly to ensure all dogs have a chance for a loving home.


Royston Animal Welfare - Barnsley, South Yorkshire

πŸ”— Site: https://www.roystonanimalwelfare.org/home

πŸš€ Location: Barnsley

Birdwell

South Yorkshire

S70 5TH

United Kingdom

🏷 Summary: Royston Animal Welfare passionately works to rescue dogs from Barnsley and the surrounding South Yorkshire area, as well as beyond, and place them into loving new homes. Rehoming UK-wide, the charity's primary goal is to provide animals in need with a second chance of happiness and security. With dedicated efforts towards cat and dog rescue, Royston Animal Welfare strives to make a positive impact on the lives of local pets.



RADAR Dog Rescue, South Yorkshire

πŸ”— Site: https://www.radarrescue.org/

πŸš€ Location: 25 Inkerman Rd

Darfield

South Yorkshire

S73 9NB

United Kingdom

🏷 Summary: Since its inception in May 2012, RADAR has made a positive difference in the lives of dogs in need. From rehoming four dogs within the first month of operation, its impactful efforts have continued to this day. Each dog is provided with a loving home or rescue place, never being euthanised if healthy. Additionally, its volunteers assess each animal's needs to see how they interact with food, other dogs and children.

Primarily focusing on rescuing dogs from pounds that are at risk of being put down, RADAR also support in crisis situations where animals require urgent help.


Chesterfield Animal Rescue - Derbyshire

πŸ”— Site: https://www.chesterfieldanimalrescue.org.uk/

πŸš€ Location: Chesterfield

Derbyshire

S18 4DE

United Kingdom

🏷 Summary: Chesterfield Animal Rescue was founded in July 2012 by a passionate group of animal lovers and fundraising is ongoing to purchase a dedicated centre. Home assessments are made wherever possible, while foster homes and kennels are used for additional support until sponsors or permanent homes can be found. Volunteers who specialise in fostering or sponsoring kennels are always gladly welcomed.

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