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The Dogs Trust have a sponsorship scheme for dogs like Tulip that for various reasons cannot be rehomed

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(Links to other rescues can be found in rescue and centre listings).


Battersea Lost Dog Line
 
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Battersea Dogs Home moved to it's present premises in south London in 1871 after starting life as The Temporary Home for Lost and Starving Dogs 11 years before. It has other centres near Windsor, Berks and at Brands Hatch in Kent. Website includes advice if you've lost or found a dog and a Lost Dog Line to contact.

The Blue Cross at over 100 years old is one of Britain's oldest animal welfare charities. It rehomes unwanted and rescued animals and provides veterinary care for the pets of people who cannot afford private vets' fees.

Dogs Trust (formerly the National Canine Defence League) is the largest organisation in the UK devoted entirely to rehoming dogs and has centres throughout the UK.

National Animal Welfare Trust was founded in 1971 to rescue unwanted and ill-treated animals. There are centres in Hertfordshire, Berkshire, Somerset and Cornwall with a network of local branches. The Trust operates a strict non-destruction policy.

The PDSA mission, while not being directly involved in rehoming, is to care for the animals of needy people by providing free veterinary care to their sick and injured pets in PetAid hospitals throughout Britain and by promoting responsible pet ownership.

The RSPCA is the oldest animal welfare organisation in the world. It was formed in 1824 by a group including Arthur Broome, a London vicar, Richard Martin, and William Wilberforce, more famous for his role in the abolition of slavery. Projects are financed throughout the world and many sister organisations follow its model. The RSPCA Cruelty Line is 0300 1234 999.

The Scottish SPCA is the major animal welfare charity of Scotland. It is entirely independent but with similar aims to the RSPCA and was founded in 1839. The SSPCA Animal Helpline is 03000 999 999.

Wood Green Animal Shelters offer help for all kinds of animals including dogs. Visitors are welcomed to all their centres and at Godmanchester, in Cambridgeshire, can see everything from parrots to llamas.

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