*URGENT APPEAL FOR FUNDING*

We are desperately in need of funds. It is extremely rare for the donation we receive when rehoming a dog to be more than we have spent on the dog and, in the great majority of cases, would not even cover the cost of vet treatment for the dog. For many dogs, we incur very high vet bills. We can only survive because of the generosity of our supporters. Any donation, large or small, will make a significant difference to our survival as a charity. If you can, PLEASE DONATE TO KEEP US ALIVE! 

Thank you

 

Welcome

Based in the heart of Somerset in the South West of England, our passion is for helping dogs and owners in need.

 

Dogs Friends is run by a small group of dedicated volunteers who are totally committed and relentlessly busy. Almost all our dogs are in individual foster care in the surrounding area as we prefer them to live in a domestic setting where at all possible.

Why are we called Dogs Friends?

Answer: Dogs +

Fundraising,

Rehoming,

Information,

Entertainment for

Needy

Dogs

Dogs Friends Rehoming Charity Burnham-on-sea

Fostering

Dogs Friends Rehoming Charity Bristol

Adopting

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Some Of Our Dogs Looking For A Home

Volunteering

We are always looking for volunteers to help us run the Charity.

For example could you help us by walking a dog or find homes for dogs that are with our Foster Carers or help with the transportation of dogs and the distribution of food and bedding?

To find out more about how you can help Dogsfriends in so many different ways, click here.

Or get in touch

Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm  ONLY

08456 014 644

info@dogsfriends.me.uk

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MEDS FOR MUTTS
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Every year we spend tens of thousands of pounds on vet bills for the hundreds of dogs that come into our care.

That’s why your participation in the lottery organised by our Meds for Mutts Club will make such a difference.

To find out how you can join our Meds For Mutts Club click here.

1 hour ago

We are always keen to find committed families who are looking to foster to enable us to assess the dogs in our care and go on to find loving adoptive homes 🏡 When you foster you are providing temporary care to a dog - we provide all supplies, cover vet treatment and offer support. If you would like to recieve a copy of our fostering pack please apply at the link below! We have received around 60 applications to foster in the last 6 weeks but sadly have not heard back from most people - if you have changed your mind please let us know so our volunteers don’t spend time chasing you. If you think we have missed you please send us a message! dogsfriends.me.uk/fostering/ ... See MoreSee Less
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11 hours ago

It looks like Henrietta (now Nellie) has found her happy face. Nellie found a wonderful adopter who has so much love to give a rescue dog in need - these two really are a match made in heaven 🥰 ... See MoreSee Less
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1 day ago

Young at heart Harold is ready to find his forever family! 🐾Harold arrived with us in a terrible state, having been left with untreated dental issues which left him in agony. Fortunately with some urgent vet care and lots of TLC from his foster parents he has truly flourished.🏡 Harold would much prefer to live with other dogs, he takes great comfort from his pooch pals.🏡 Harold is very sweet natured but still overcoming his trauma and so needs a patient home who understand that you’ll need to earn his trust. 🏡 Harold is in foster care in Langport, and all adoption procedure information can be found here: dogsfriends.me.uk/adopting/Full profile here: dogsfriends.me.uk/portfolio_page/harold/ ... See MoreSee Less
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2 days ago

10 more souls saved ❤️We welcomed several new dogs today, and once again are heartbroken to see such sad dogs. We hope that some of them will be able to move into foster homes in the coming days, if we can find placements for them. Three of the girls are 11 month old Bichon Frise who were born as part of a litter at a breeding premises. They were not sold and so they were kept to be bred from, but fortunately the demand for puppies has started to slow down and so their breeder decided not to ‘use’ them. Heartbreakingly, it was too late for the rest of the litter but the breeder was convinced to hand over the remaining three. Other arrivals include four very sad French Bulldogs, all of whom need some TLC and patience but will no doubt go on to live happy lives now they are safe 🌈 Our three Cavalier ladies are going to need some real decompression and work to overcome their sad starts, but today marks the start of a safe life for them. Poor Ruby is grossly overweight but hopefully some time pottering around the yard and exploring the secure paddock will help her shift the pounds and feel more comfortable. Fostering appeal: If you are willing to help foster and are available to start now (subject to home and reference checks) please sign up: dogsfriends.me.uk/fostering/ ... See MoreSee Less
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A Bit About Dogs Friends

2005

Dogs Friends set up, acting as foster carers and fundraisers for other charities

2007

Dogs Friends took in their first dogs for rehoming

2008

First ex-breeding and Pound dogs arrived

2009

Became a registered Charity

2017

10th anniversary celebrated helping our 4,000th dog!

2018

Over 10,000 followers on Facebook!