Snetterton Centre

Welcome to Snetterton Rehoming Centre

Welcome to Dogs Trust Snetterton!

Thank you for visiting our page. From here, you can read about our centre, get details of special events this year, and find out more about some of our dogs. Our kennels are full of waggy tails, all keeping their paws crossed that they will find their special home soon, so we hope you are able to come along to the centre and visit us soon.


Dog Of The Week


Everybody remembers Aloysius Parker, although 'Parker' or 'Nosey Parker' was how you would have known him in the 1960s British TV series Thunderbirds, as the reformed criminal turned devoted butler, chauffeur, mechanic and safe breaker to his employer Lady Penelope. He may not look a bit like his popular puppet counterpart, but two and a half year old Lurcher, Parker, shares the same loyal character, and can definitely be nosey if there is food around!

Parker is a very sweet boy who just loves life! Friendly with everyone he meets, and always ready to greet you with a waggy tail we have all fallen in love with Parker over the ten months he has now been with us at the kennels. Parker is a bright an active boy so is keen to find a family who enjoy walks and would like to continue his training.

Parker is bouncy but gentle and could live with children as young as twelve,  he has been used to a home in the past so is very well mannered around the house, and house training should be very straight forward. A bit of a ladies man, Parker would also consider living with another female canine companion. A typical Lurcher, Parker has lots of energy but does also love to laze around and be cuddled. Given the chance Parker will make a superb companion and loving friend.

If you think you could offer leggy lad Parker a home please contact the team at Dogs Trust Snetterton on 01953 498 377 or visit them at North End Row, Snetterton, Norfolk, NR16 2LD.


‘Look at us Now’

Look at us Now’ is inspired by the many lovely happy ending stories we receive from adopters that have rehomed dogs from us. 

We'll keep regularly updating this slot with some of the many wonderful stories we hear, so do check back for updates, or email Kate with your story if you'd like to feature your former Snetterton resident!

This month's update is about The lovely Chilli, who was rehomed in 2003.



Other information

If you would like to help us by fundraising in any way, support us through a collection box in your work place, or are part of a group who would love a talk about the work of Dogs Trust please email our Supporter Relations Officer Kate Brewster.



Do you ever wonder who would care for your dog should something happen to you?

Our Supporter Relations Officer, Kate Brewster, can let you know about our free Canine Care Card Scheme, to make sure your four-legged friend’s future is safe.  

She can also help with information about leaving a gift in your will or donating in memory of a loved one.

Kate is here to spread the word about the work we do at Dogs Trust.  She is very happy to come out and talk to groups or can arrange a tour and talk at the newly refurbished rehoming centre.

She also runs some local fundraising events for Dogs Trust Snetterton.

Contact Kate on 01953 498012 or email

For further information about the Supporter Relations Team at Dogs Trust click here.


Charity Shop

We have a fantastic charity shop in Attleborough, the centre’s local town. The shop, run by a very friendly & helpful team team, helps raise vital funds, so they are always in need of clothes & bric-a-brac. If you have anything that you would like to donate to the shop, or would like to just go and browse, the shop is open Monday - Saturday between 9.30am – 4pm  (closed all day Sunday).

From all of us here at Snetterton: thank you for your support.

Address and Info:

Dogs Trust Rehoming Centre, Snetterton
North End Road
NR16 2LD

Open: Tuesdays - Sundays 12:00 - 16:00

Mondays (May - September): 16:00pm - 19:30pm

Bank Holidays: 12:00 - 19:30pm

Tel: 01953 498377

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Local Events

Boxing Day Sponsored Walk

26 December 2014