The Current  Charities

From the 29th of May until the 25th of June the below Dog Rescue Centres will be participating in our game.

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Surrey

Dogs Walk This
Way Rescue

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We are Dogs Walk This Way Rescue, a not for profit organisation dedicated to improving the lives of abandoned dogs in Romania.

Our organisation is run by a team of volunteers at our kennels in Longcross, Surrey, and we have lots of fosterers in other UK locations.

Not only do we bring abandoned dogs from Romania to the UK for a better life, we also support rescues in Romania who save dogs from the cruelty and neglect of kill-shelters by providing food, medication, neutering programs and other essential support.

Our aim is to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome as many of the these dogs as possible. We have rehomed over 1,000 dogs since the organisation was launched, but there is so much more to do.

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Northamptonshire

Animals In Need
Northamptonshire

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Animals In Need is an organisation dedicated to rescuing sick, injured, trapped and distressed wild and domestic animals. We provide veterinary treatment where necessary, care for and rehabilitate animals until they can be released or re-homed. Animals In Need was set up in 1990, the aim of the organization is alleviate suffering in animals.

In the years Animals In Need has been established, we have acquired a fully equipped animal ambulance, two water crafts and trailers for transportation, plus the usual first aid essentials. Although our first aid equipment is adequate it is regularly updated to current standards.

Animals In Need is a rescue organization run by 8 members of staff and a team of volunteers, attending animal casualties in the Northamptonshire area. We attend to both domestic and wild animals, and in 1999 were asked by Northamptonshire Police to work with them attending road traffic accidents and out of hours emergencies.

Feeding and caring for the injured animals we rescue is most important especially in cases of young orphaned birds, which need hand feeding every hour from dawn till dusk. Also young hedgehogs which haven’t reached the required weight to survive hibernation over the winter months, need to be kept warm and fed as do swans that have incurred injuries, many from fishing tackle that they have swallowed or become entangled in. Please if you bring in wildlife or collect hedgehogs after we have rehabilitated them, perhaps you would be kind enough to consider setting up a standing order or making a one-off donation to help towards food and vet bills – we are totally reliant on donations and receive no government funding.

Our continued dedication to the animals has resulted with us teaming up with the amazing dog trainer Nathan Watson. Nathan successfully runs Restart4Rescues and this programme is offered to anyone who rehomes a dog from us here to help provide support and information in those first important few weeks when settling a rescue dog into your home.

For more details, use the links below to visit their website and social media channels.

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UK wide

Serbia's
Forgotten Paws

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Serbia's Forgotten Paws is a registered charity that aims to improve the lives and welfare of animals in shelters and sanctuaries we work with, as well as neutering strays in Serbia.

For more details, use the links below to visit their website and social media channels.

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UK wide

Barking Mad
Dog Rescue

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We’re Barking Mad Dog Rescue. We’re a UK registered charity (1160985) working to improve the lives of abandoned dogs in Romania.

We have a hands-on team in Romania at our shelters in Constanta and Calarasi, where we care for around 500 dogs and puppies, many of whom have been rescued from unimaginable abuse and neglect.

We also provide food, vet care and support to two other shelters in Romania. In total, we feed more than 500 dogs every single day. We aim to rehome as many of the saved dogs as we can.

In the UK, we have a team of volunteer adoption specialists working with potential adopters and foster carers across the country. Although we aim to rehome as many of the saved dogs as we can, some unfortunately will never be suitable to make that journey.

For more details, use the links below to visit their website and social media channels.

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UK wide

MiniMuttsDog Rescue

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MiniMutts Dog Rescue is a small non-profit rescue. We have foster groups across Dorset and Hampshire. We recently opened a second group based in Northumberland, for Northern dogs needing help.

All of our dogs are in foster, not kennels, as we believe that dogs thrive best in loving homes. We specialise in small breeds, but we do take larger dogs from time to time when we have suitable foster space. We spend time with our dogs, sorting out any medical problems that we find, and carrying out training to help them overcome any behavioural issues that they may have.

We pride ourselves in sending our dogs out to their new homes better able to face the world than when they came in. We advocate only force-free training methods. Our work is truly a labour of love, and it's only made possible with the help and generosity of our supporters – we thank all of you for your support.

For more details, use the links below to visit their website and social media channels.

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.

View who’s participated
so far!

35%

1st place

25%

2nd place

20%

3rd place

10%

4th place

10%

5th place

This week’s dogs in need

These dogs are the stars of the week 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!

Ivy

Walk This
Way Rescue

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Ruby

Animals In Need
Northamptonshire

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Luna

Serbia’s
Forgotten Paws

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Rhu

Barking Mad
Dog Rescue

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Twinkle

MiniMutts
Dog Rescue

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How we select the doggy charities we work with

Every 4 weeks, 5 charities participate. Rescue centres are recommended by the public through our website, social media and email. We also do our own extensive online research. Before we actually contact them to come onboard, we have a 10 point criteria list that they must comply with.

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 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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