Stray Aid - A Stray Dog's Best Friend - Charity No. 1117372
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Dogs for Adoption

Thank you for considering to take a Stray Aid animal, pet adoption gives loving new owners an opportunity to give our rescued animals a desperately-needed second chance. Please note, the previous history of our animals is not available, they are of unknown temperament and cannot be guaranteed in any way.

Please spend as long as you wish to satisfy yourself that our Stray Aid animal is right for your family.

Once you leave the rescue centre with your new pet, you agree that you are responsible for its actions and for any loss or damage howsoever caused.

We advise you to bring any children or other pets in your household to the rescue centre and to spend time carefully choosing a suitable pet before completing the adoption procedure.

The charity endeavours to ensure that your new dog has had the benefit of :

Full veterinary health check
Vaccination
Neutering - sponsored by Dogs Trust
Microchipping - free microchips and training sessions provided by Dogs Trust
Treatment for fleas and roundworms
4 weeks free pet health insurance

The charity looks for a contribution towards the cost of caring for its dogs and cats. We accept cash, but regret that due to charges imposed by banks, we are unable to accept credit or debit cards or cheques at this time.

Stray Aid is a registered charity no: 1117372.

You may bring your own collar, lead, cat box with you, or these basic items can be obtained from our reception together with a pet id tag. Second-hand collars etc may be available for a small donation.

Contact Us

Affiliates

Wilson Vet Group

News

12 Dogs of Christmas Update

Published 16/01/2017
So our intrepid volunteers have completed their task! Hannah Critchlow has slept, with her Stray Aid rescue dog Jasper, for the traditional "Twelve Days of Christmas", staring on Christmas Day night. Each night she was joined by another Stray Aid volunteer and their ex-Stray Aid rescue dog. Here are their stories: On this, the first night of Christmas me and Jasper here will be s...…read more

Stray Aid's 12 Dogs of Christmas

Published 22/12/2016
Stray Aid's volunteer team have chosen to spend 12 nights sleeping in the kennels to raise money towards repairs, improving and expanding upon the rehoming centre kennels. The volunteers and their adopted dogs will be sleeping in the 20 Block of kennels that is the first in line to be improved upon. Their target is 12,000 for these 20 kennels and roofing for a further 15 kennels,...…read more

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