Hope Project: Hope Project

The Dogs Trust Hope Project provides free and subsidised veterinary treatments for dogs whose owners are homeless or in housing crisis across the UK. The scheme is open to any dog owner who is rough sleeping or living in any form of temporary accommodation. We provide free preventative veterinary treatments (microchipping, neutering, flea and worming treatments and vaccinations) and subsidise most other treatments the dogs may need.

Dogs Trust also provides a directory of dog-friendly hostels in partnership with Homeless Link. We work with hostels and housing providers to encourage more of them to accept dogs and we can provide advice on a range of issues such as pet policies, health and safety, hygiene and behaviour.

To find out more about the services we offer, please visit the Dogs Trust Hope Project website 

For more information about the project, please contact us.

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  • If never spayed or neutered - a female dog, her mate and their puppies could produce over 66,000 dogs in 6 years!

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