Welcome to Dogs Trust Leeds Rehoming Centre. The dedicated team here are waiting to welcome you and help find homes for the hundreds of dogs we care for ever year, every one of which deserves a loving home for life. Please feel free to drop in during opening times and talk to us about the wonderful dogs we're looking after.
If you have any general / rehoming queries, or want to ask about a particular dog, please call us on 0113 281 4920 or email the centre reception.
Foster Carer Appeal
Could you help us out by temporarily sharing your home with one of our dogs?
Take a look behind the scenes at Dogs Trust Leeds and find out more about the work our centres do, from rehoming abandoned pups to treating dogs that come in with challenging health conditions - and everything in between. Many thanks for our pals at Dogsclub.tv for all their support!
Dogs Needing Homes
Chance is a very handsome 8 month old Lurcher.
Unfortunately Chance was born deaf and so will take time to train. But being young and still having plenty of growing to do, means he will pick things up well
Chance would suit a home with people who have experience of deaf dogs. He lacks confidence around other dogs so would need to be the only dog in the home. He may be happy living with older children.
To find out more about Chance please call Dogs Trust Leeds on 0113 281 4920 or pop into the centre during opening hours!
Take a look inside our centre!
Canine carer Anna takes you on a tour of our centre in this wonderful video made for us by pals at www.media73.co.uk
...and the friendly team here does even more than finding homes for the dogs living in our 62 kennels.!Want to know more about the other things we do? Just keep reading this page.
Inside the Pets at Home store in Birstall in Leeds is a new Dogs Trust Adoption and Advice Centre
The Dogs Trust team based at the Pets at Home Adoption and Advice Centre are Karen, Neil, Amanda, Marion, Julie and Emma. We all work between the store in Birstall as Adoption Advisors and at the centre as Canine Carers.
Our Adoption and Advice Centre provides another venue within Leeds for people to speak to us about rehoming a dog and all the other schemes offered by Dogs Trust. Every day, a member of the team takes a dog from the rehoming centre to the store to meet the public and hopefully attract some potential new owners.
The Adoption and Advice Centre is open:
Monday to Friday 10am – 7pm
Saturday 10am – 6pm
Sundays 11am – 5pm.
We have now rehomed over 40 dogs as a result of people initially visiting the Adoption and Advice Centre and lots more customers have taken home finding questionnaires and countless leaflets which we hope will result in many further adoptions and funds raised, as well as awareness for Dogs Trust as a whole.
Please come and visit us at:
Spring Ram Retail Park
Tel: 01924 440 932
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Dogs Trust Leeds has just opened a new charity shop in Wetherby! We need donations of goods to sell and volunteers for the shop, so please give us a ring on 01937 918509 for any queries related to the shop.
Come and visit us here:
Your support helps us to keep our promise to never put down a healthy dog. With your help, we can continue to provide food, shelter, training, healthcare and a safe, warm temporary home to hundreds of dogs awaiting their new owner. If you'd like any information about raising funds for the centre or have ideas for spreading awareness about what we do, please contact Supporter Relations Officer Sarah Powell. You can also contact Sarah about donations for the raffle, auction and tombola at the Leeds Open Day or Christmas fairs.
T: 0113 281 4937
We believe that educating the dog owners of tomorrow can help reduce the problem of stray dogs and mean that more dogs will find a home for life from the word go. There are loads of teacher resources and fun games on www.learnwithdogs.co.uk, but our Education Officer Donna Sayce is also available to run free workshops for schools throughout Yorkshire, and can conduct tours of the centre. Contact her if you're interested:
T: 0113 281 4938
Freedom Project / Domestic Violence
Please call this number if the Yorkshire branch of our Freedom Project can help you: 0800 083 4322
The Freedom Project helps women and families fleeing domestic violence by finding foster carers for their pets who will provide a safe and loving home-from-home until it's time to reunite pet and family. You can learn more about it in the A-Z.