The Current  Charities

From the 17th of October until the 13th of November the below Dog Rescue Centres will be participating in our game.

UK wide

Geordie Bullies
Springboard Rescue

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Geordie Bullies Springboard Rescue UK was formed in 2016 by Helen Seymour and Clair Knox.
As English Bulldog owners they could not stand by and see the way these iconic dogs were being used and abused for breeding and then discarded without a care for their wellbeing. So they created GBSR UK with the mission to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome English Bulldogs throughout the UK

All dogs are home fostered, and given the medical treatments required before rehoming to fully qualified homes with Rescue Back-up for life.
GBSR UK is run by volunteers and 100% of monies raised goes towards the dogs in their care.

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Wild Acre

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Wild Acre Rescue is fortunate to have volunteers with a wealth of knowledge and experience, spanning over 30 years, in dealing with domestic pets. This has proved very beneficial and successful.

Our objectives are to promote the welfare of ill-treated, abandoned and homeless animals in the area. To also provide advice, support and education to the general public in all matters concerning the welfare of domestic pets. Our aim is to take domestic animals into care and restore their faith in human nature so that they are ready to move on to new homes.

We deal with health and behavioural problems as far as is possible, using our experience for both cats and dogs which, over the years, has proved very successful. Sometimes it just takes care, understanding, and a little time.

We look to place them with families who understand their individual needs. This is in the hope that a “FOREVER HOME” is found for every animal passing through our hands.



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Greenacres is a small, non-profit, animal rescue centre in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside. Founded in June 2008, when the need for our effort was recognised. Twelve years on we are now the only all animal rescue centre in Pembrokeshire. We try our very best to help any animal in need and although Pembrokeshire based we work throughout the UK.

Greenacres Rescue believes that every animal deserves a second chance, and with your support, we can hopefully give them just that.


Lincs Dobermann

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Lincs Dobermann Rescue founded by Paula de Vries, became an official charity in 2017. Although Lincolnshire based, we travel the length and breadth of the UK to help Dobies and families in need.

We are a non-profit organisation, all our team donate time and effort to ensure that no Dobie is left in need and that they all have a successful rescue and rehoming journey.

We rely on the support and generosity of our members to raise the funds we need to provide veterinary support to our Lincs dogs to ensure that when our Dobie is rehomed, they are in good health and that their rehoming journey is as stress free as possible.

We have a saying, “once a Lincs dog, always a Lincs dog”. It is so important for the dog and the new owner that they have the knowledge and confidence that rescue back up is there for them if they need it. This really underpins the values of Lincs Dobermann Rescue



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At Lizzie’s Barn we have a specially converted barn, which we use in preference to kennels, surrounded by 10 acres for exercise. Some of our dogs will stay with us forever due to old age or ill-health. We provide them with comfort, company and security for the rest of their lives. Some will be found homes as and when they are ready.

Much of our work is with abandoned abused and neglected dogs, and with puppies rejected by other organisations. The sanctuary is able to offer them the rich social experience, mixing with people and other dogs which is essential for their development. We find homes both locally and in other parts of the UK as this enables us to increase the number we can help. However to do this we need increased support. To ensure our dogs go to loving owners, all new homes must be vetted and/or references may also be required.

We are a small, family-run rescue without any paid staff, providing safety and sanctuary to dogs who have been to hell and back, having strangers around is stressful and unsettling for them, so we are unable to invite visitors to the sanctuary prior to vetting & without an appointment.

All of our dogs for adoption will have been neutered if old enough, and deemed fit enough, by our vet and come with four weeks free insurance cover. We ask for a set donation on adoption towards our many costs which enables us to continue our work and to help other dogs. Full lifetime support and back up is provided for every dog. They must be returned to Lizzie’s Barn at any time should the new owner be unable to care for them, and an undertaking by the owner to do so forms part of our adoption agreement.

How do the charities win and what can they win?

For 4 weeks, the same 5 dog rescue centres are involved and will all receive a percentage of the charity fund. Each rescue centre however has a chance of winning a higher percentage by receiving votes from the players of our online game.

Each week each rescue centre gets to highlight one of their dogs in need. When entering our game, players are asked to vote for their favourite dog. At the end of the 4 weeks, the charity that received the most votes, wins the top prize.

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This week’s dogs in need

These dogs are sadly all looking for a home and are connected to the 5 participating rescue centres. You can vote for them when playing our game and help their charity receive a bigger share of the raised funds!


Geordie Bullies
Springboard Rescue

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Wild Acre

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Lincs Dobermann

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Lizzie’s Barn

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How we select the doggy charities we work with

The Rescue Centres are chosen by the DoggyLottery after a thorough selection process. While we also get the public to vote for their favourite centre. People can send in their suggestions of the dog rescue centres that they think should participate. Once approved by us, they will go onto our Charity X-factor list. We will then collect votes and after a predetermined amount of weeks, the top rescue centres will go into the next round. So what are you waiting for? Do you know a great charity that deserves to receive some money? Fill in the form below and we’ll be in touch!

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Has your favourite dog rescue centre not participated yet and is it not listed on The Charity X-factor page then please let us know! Fill in the form shown here and we will do the necessary checks to get your charity on the list!

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