Registered charity number 1151287
We rescue unwanted dogs and puppies, and rehome to new
Thousands of unwanted dogs, strays and pound dogs have found their way through our kennels during the 30 years we have
been rescuing dogs.
You are very welcome to visit our kennels by appointment
Registered Charity Number 1151287
Have you ever considered offering a Staffordshire Bull terrier a forever home. The answer maybe "no" it maybe "yes" but before you decide please see our staffy section and reasons you may be surprised by for considering a Staffordshire Bull terrier.
Please CLICK HERE
We have a clothes bank at our rescue. Any unwanted clothes/ shoes (no linen) please do bring along
AMAZON WISH LIST
Welcome to our website and we hope you find the perfect companion for youself. Before you start your search please do take a minute to read about our appeal to find loving new homes for some of our overlooked residents. At Animal Helpline we try to help any breed who needs our help space permitting, for this reason a majority of the dogs we do take into our care are the ones who may wait longer for a new home.
A large percentage of people looking to help a rescue dog will want a Spaniel a Labrador a small dog or a Collie type. The plain crossbreed the Staffordshire Bull terrier the large dog will all be bottom of most peoples list or not even make that list.
This appeal is a push for that dog, the one people will pass and not even give a second glance to, the one who if you saw a picture of you would quickly pass over, the one who may not have the looks but the nature that would just be perfect for you.
Would you take a peek at some of these dogs waiting patiently
Stuck for Gift Ideas?
see our new online shop for great presents and raise funds for the rescue too. Just a few of the items available:-
Come and have some fun with your dog at the rescue
Obedience and Introduction to Agility training on Saturday afternoon
To find out more : Call Liz on : 07999 145311 or 01476 578391
Or email Lynn@dogsinmind.co.uk
For more info/pictures on our dogs please visit our Chat Forum