Is your dog trying to tell you something?
Take our National Dog Survey today
From the gentle paw on your knee, to a not-so-gentle bark, do you feel like your dog is trying to tell you something?
Throughout the pandemic, our four-legged friends have been a huge comfort and support, and now it’s more important than ever that we understand how they’re coping.
Can you take our National Dog Survey today, and help lend a paw to keep dogs healthy?
We’re seeing a rise in searches for people looking to give up their dogs
With increasingly active social lives and many owners going back to workplaces, life has changed massively once more. Highly sensitive to routine, our four-legged friends can feel stressed and anxious when things shift, and this can affect their behaviour.
Sadly, in the last six months* we've tracked a 100% increase in the number of visits to our “Giving up your dog” web page. We want to be by the side of dogs and their owners to support them through the challenges of this next phase, but we can’t do this without your help.
Take our survey to help us keep the nation’s dogs happy and healthy
It’s very difficult to solve a problem unless you understand it fully. That’s why we’re calling on all dog lovers to take our survey, in order to make it the biggest of its kind.
Your answers will help us plan for the future, so that we can continue to provide life-changing behaviour support, and urgent care where it’s needed most.
Get tailored dog behaviour advice straight to your inbox
Everyone who takes the National Dog Survey will receive dog behaviour advice to suit your experiences. If you need further support, there’s never been a better time to get some extra training in with our experts at Dog School.
Whether you’re feeling happily adjusted or are finding life’s changes a bit tricky, taking our survey will help us make life better for the nation’s dogs.
* Dogs Trust have seen an 100% increase in traffic to ‘Giving up your dog’ pages in the last 6 months alone (July 2021 vs February 2021)
Share our survey!
There’s strength in numbers, so please share this survey so that we can work together to help support our dogs.