NOW MORE THAN EVER WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT !!

PLEASE PLEASE Click on the red box above to set up a Direct Debit, for as little as £5 per month you can help protect the charity in these difficult days and beyond

To make a 1 off donation use this link to JUST GIVING

DUE TO THE COVID-19 CRISIS, WE HAVE UPDATED OUR REHOMING PROCEDURES. YOU ARE REQUIRED TO FOLLOW EACH STAGE IN TURN. IF YOU HAVE BEEN SUCCESSFUL IN THE FIRST STAGE, WE WILL CONTACT YOU ABOUT HOW TO PROCEED. WE ARE CURRENTLY RECEIVING AN UNUSUALLY HIGH NUMBER OF ENQUIRIES AT OUR RECEPTION CENTRE, AND WE WILL ENDEAVOUR TO ANSWER THESE AS QUICKLY AS WE POSSIBLY CAN. PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE CENTRE UNLESS YOU HAVE BEEN INVITED, AND DO NOT RING FOR AN APPOINTMENT, AS WE WILL CONTACT YOU IF AND WHEN APPROPRIATE. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE.

Stray Aid’s Rehoming Procedures

At Stray Aid, we make every effort to match you with the best animal for you. Our chief concern is that our dogs and cats go to permanent homes where they will be happy and well cared for, for the rest of their lives. That’s why we look at everything from your living situation to your preferences, and why we require all prospective owners to first register and answer some basic questions. This gives us as much information as possible, so we can help you select a suitable new friend.

Years of experience, backed by scientific research, have proved that the old-fashioned system of allowing people to walk around the kennels causes unnecessary stress to our dogs and has a detrimental impact on their behaviour. Our four-stage rehoming process reduces stress and gives both dog and adopter the best chance of a happy and fulfilling relationship. Getting it right can lead to something very special.

Please note, the dogs and cats are the property of Stray Aid, and are rehomed at our discretion. Stray Aid can refuse to rehome a pet without giving a reason, and cannot accept responsibility for the temperament or behaviour of any pet after rehoming. The charitable donations that you make during the rehoming process do not “buy” the dog you are rehoming, as the charity has already funded their care. Your gifts will help fund the care of the next dog in need, and therefore cannot be refunded.

There are 4 simple stages to rehoming your new best friend.

  1. Registration
  2. Review
  3. Reserve
  4. Rehome

Click on the link for further information on each rehoming stage.