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

 

 

Contact Us

Affiliates

Fundraising RegulatorWilson Vet GroupChosen Paw link

News

Stray Aid Annual Dog Show Sunday 2nd June

Published 28/05/2019
It's that time of year again, and this time our annual dog show and fun day is bigger and better than ever! At East Durham College, Houghall Campus, Durham DH1 3SG. Entries from 9.30am, judging starts at 11am. With 40 stalls booked in, food, drink and entertainment for the kids, it's a real family fun day! Car parking £2 per car with a free programme. Entries £2 per dog per class …read more

Sad news

Published 07/04/2019
When dear little Poppy arrived at Stray Aid on 9th October 2018, we were so very worried about her. She was 15 years old, blind and deaf, and with a host of age-related problems, we knew that only a very special person would take her on.  Thankfully she touched the heart of George who volunteers at our Blackhall charity shop, he came down and met her, and that was it! They fell in...…read more

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