Stray Aid - A Stray Dog's Best Friend - Charity No. 1117372Registered with Fund Raising Regulator
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A Guided Tour of Stray Aid

A Guided Tour of Stray Aid

Welcome to Stray Aid! 

Tucked away down this country lane you'll find us!

Our reception area is open and welcoming to all visitors, including the four-legged variety. 
Our enclosed exercise area and sensory garden is located out the front of the reception to allow visitors to watch our dogs having fun.

We have a fleet of three vehicles used to help us transport donations, dogs and attend events to raise awareness as well as fundraising

 

Our rehoming kennels house the dogs up for adoption or currently being assessed for rehoming

 

Our council pound kennels contain our stray dogs. 

 

 

Here is our Vulnerable Dog Unit, 8 specially made kennels designed to cater better to the needs of injured, young or elderly dogs that need a little extra care than your average stray. These kennels are the only kennels used for more than a 12 hour period that don't have an outside run for the dogs. 

 

Our rehoming cattery is relatively newly designed and offers several levels and options for the cats to be able to climb and jump with a lot of room to add enrichment, scratching posts etc. Each pen can be closed up with internal heating within the sleeping area and a sealed cat flap to keep them warm in their beds

 

 

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Affiliates

Fundraising RegulatorChosen Paw linkWilson Vet Group

News

Stray Aid making Hot Dogs!

Published 10/03/2019
As temperatures plummet again, you will be delighted to hear that our heating campaign has been a huge success! We didn't quite reach our target but we raised 77% of the total and the rest has come out of our emergency cash reserve. So to everyone who donated even the smallest amount, THANK YOU! We now have HOT DOGS!! Photographed below is Laurence, the 3-legged lurcher who Stray...…read more

Holly's Happy New Year!

Published 07/01/2019
So many of you have asked how Holly is doing since she was brought to the centre and many will remember the pictures that were published on her arrival. We will never know how anyone could cause such cruelty but we are so pleased to how she has responded to care and attention on a daily basis. Despite her road to recovery still in the early days she has become a very lovin...…read more

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