Dogs Trust Kenilworth is the largest of our centres and cares for around 180 dogs at any one time. Thanks to your support, all these dogs will be cared for and loved by our dedicated staff until their forever home comes along.
Every dog, whether it be little or large, young or old deserves to have a loving home. We could have your perfect match waiting for you, so please pop in to visit!
For any rehoming queries or more information on our dogs please contact the centre on 01926 484398.
Sid is a gentle lad who loves nothing more than a cuddle and a gentle walk down our lanes. He can have energetic bursts when off lead and will need a fairly active home with new owners who will have the time to train and exercise him.
He does love human company so he would be better suited to a home where his new owners can be with him most of the time during the day. Sid knows paw, sit and down.
He could live with the right doggy companion. Sid is sad in kennels and would like to have a comfy duvet to call is own where he can be loved.
Snow is a very sweet lady and once she knows you loves a fuss and a cuddle.
Snow is looking for a quiet home where she won’t be left for too long at a time. Snow could possible live with the right doggie friend in a home as she can be very playful.
Snow does have a house dust mite allergy that is now under control and so will need understanding new owners who can help her cope with this.
The staff took the opportunity to "take over" online to show exactly what a day is like in their world. Check it out here.
Watch some of our dogs in action below having fun in the run!
Other Ways to Help
If you're not in a position to rehome a dog, but would still like to help there are plenty of ways to do so. For more information on fundraising or spreading the word then please email our Supporter Relations Officers Jane Hirons and Helen Barlow or call 01926 486010. We also welcome donations and the dogs are always very grateful for any treats, toys or blankets.
We also have our four sponsor dogs Digby, Apache and Rosie who are always looking for new friends to keep in touch with. You can see a video of Digby in action below!
Do you ever wonder who would care for your dog should something happen to you?
Our Supporter Relations Officer's, Jane Hirons and Helen Barlow, can let you know about our free Canine Care Card Scheme, to make sure your four-legged friend’s future is safe.
They can also help with information about leaving a gift in your will or donating in memory of a loved one.
Jane and Helen are here to spread the word about the work we do at Dogs Trust. They are very happy to come out and talk to groups or can arrange a tour and talk at the newly refurbished rehoming centre.
They also run some local fundraising events for Dogs Trust Kenilworth.
Contact Jane or Helen on 01926 486010 or email Jane.Hirons@dogstrust.org.uk or Helen.Barlow@dogstrust.org.uk
For further information about the Supporter Relations Team at Dogs Trust click here.
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with us. We are fortunate enough to have a lot of interest at the moment, so we aren’t taking on any more volunteers at present. Please keep an eye on this page for our next recruitment day.
Education & School Workshops
Kenilworth is also the base of Scott Spencer, the first Education Officer covering the Midlands area. Scott is a qualified primary school teacher and can offer schools free, fun and interactive workshops teaching about responsible dog ownership and dog welfare. All the workshops are curriculum linked and can be tailored to suit your school’s particular requirements. Scott also offers tours and workshops in the centre so you can see how our centre works and can meet some more four legged friends!
To find out more about our workshops or book a slot, visit www.learnwithdogs.co.uk or drop him a line by email.
Don’t forget our Charity Shop in Shipston on Stour where you can find plenty of bargains. Donations always gratefully received.
6 Market Place