In this article, we’ve featured 10 of the best dog rescue centres in the South East of England. Read on to learn about them!
1. Dogs Trust
First established in 1891, Dogs Trust has a long history. They have worked tirelessly since their inception to rescue dogs from unsafe situations, and find them the comfortable, loving homes they know these dogs deserve. They have several locations across England, including one in Shoreham.
If you’d like to help out one of the many dogs in need at Dogs Trust, consider signing up to become a foster. Looking for something a little more permanent? Visit their adoption information page, and then check out the dogs that are currently up for adoption.
Get in touch today by visiting Dogs Trust’s contact page!
2. Kit Wilson Trust for Animal Welfare
Located in Hadlow Down, East Sussex, this non-profit dog rescue centre has taken in countless dogs and cats in order to rehome them with families who will love and care for them. Although they mainly take in dogs and cats, they also take in and rehome farm animals and small pets.
If you’re in the area and have been looking to add a furry friend to your family, consider adopting from Kit Wilson Trust. If you’d like to help out at this rescue centre, become a volunteer.
Give Kit Wilson Trust a call today.
3. A Dog’s Tale
If you’re searching for the dog rescue centre in the Kent area, check out a Dog’s Tale in Tunbridge Wells. This rescue brings in dogs from a variety of backgrounds, working hard to find them the perfect forever homes. They also strive to provide education about proper animal care to their community.
Whether you are looking for something short term like a foster or a long term adoption, A Dog’s Tale is the perfect place to go to help a dog in need. If you’re looking to adopt, be sure to take a look at A Dog’s Tale’s available pups.
Get in touch with A Dog’s Tale by calling the number on their homepage!
4. Holbrook Animal Rescue
This non-profit dog rescue centre is family run, and allows the dogs in their care to explore their fields and gardens rather than being cooped up in crates all day.
If you’d like to adopt a dog, check out all the dogs currently available for adoption. Also be sure to take a look at the dogs currently in their sanctuary who are not yet up for adoption, but will be soon. There are also plenty of ways to help Holbrook Animal Rescue with their mission.
To learn more, get in touch with Holbrook Animal Rescue by emailing the address on their homepage.
5. Rosina Animal Centre
This charity in Wrotham Heath has been operating for 8 years now, and has worked incredibly hard to rescue animals of all sorts.
If you’ve been thinking about adding a furry friend to your home, check out the dogs currently up for adoption of who are in need of fostering on Rosina Animal Centre’s homepage. If you’d like to help this rescue, consider making a donation.
To get in touch, fill out Rosina Animal Centre’s contact form now.
6. Guardian Angels Dog Rescue
Located in southeast Kent, this dog rescue has been operating since 2014. They are an entirely volunteer-run charity, focusing on putting their dogs into foster homes while they wait for their forever homes instead of leaving them to sit in kennels.
If you’d like to become part of Guardian Angels Dog Rescue’s foster team, read up on how to become a foster for a homeless dog. If you’ve been thinking about adding a dog to your family, learn more about the adoption process, and check out their available dogs.
Learn more by getting in touch with Guardian Angels Dog Rescue today!
7. Last Chance Animal Rescue
Based out of Kent, this charity and dog rescue takes in dogs of all varieties. Whether the dog has come from a pound about to be euthanized, or because its owner could no longer care for it, Last Chance Animal Rescue strives to find the right home for every animal that comes to them.
If you’ve been wanting to adopt a dog, Last Chance Animal Rescue is the perfect place to adopt from. Take a look at the animals currently awaiting homes, and make a request to adopt today. If you can’t welcome a dog long term but still want to help, why not become a foster?
Questions? Visit their contact page and get in touch!
8. Pine Ridge Dog Sanctuary
If you’re in the Berkshire, Ascot area and looking for a dog rescue, Pine Ridge Dog Sanctuary is the perfect place to check out. Since their founding in 1958, they have worked hard to remove dogs from unsafe situations and find them loving forever homes.
If you’re looking to adopt a dog, read up on Pine Ridge Dog Sanctuary’s adoption process and make an appointment to visit the sanctuary.
Get in touch with Pine Ridge Dog Sanctuary today!
9. The Lord Whiskey Sanctuary Fund
This registered charity in Canterbury works to provide dogs with the rehabilitation they need in order to find the perfect forever home. Whether the dogs come to them unwanted or abused, The Lord Whiskey Sanctuary Fund will ensure they get the help they need.
Have you been thinking about adding a dog to your family? Check out their dogs that are currently available. If you’d like to help this charity’s mission, consider helping out by making a donation.
Give The Lord Whiskey Sanctuary Fund a shout to learn more.
10. The Retreat Animal Rescue
Located in High Halden, Kent, The Retreat Animal Rescue is committed to rescuing and rehabilitating animals that have seen abuse at the hands of humans. All animals get the help they need, as stay at the rescue as long as it takes for them to be rehabilitated and find their perfect, loving home.
If you’d like to adopt a dog from this rescue, first read up on their adoption process and make an appointment to visit their dogs. If you’d like to help this rescue, become a volunteer or make a donation today.
To learn more, visit The Retreat Animal Rescue’s contact page and get in touch today!
Evelyn is a writer and dog lover living with her roommate and their foster dog Bacon. In her spare time you can find her curled up with a book, out for a jog, or listening to true crime podcasts.