This Christmas, will you help us save lives?
Every day, stray and abandoned dogs are at risk of being put down. Will you help our dog ambulances drive them to safety?
Did you know that we have a fleet of ambulances that drive stray and abandoned dogs, who are at risk of being put to sleep, from local pounds to the safety of our rehoming centres?
Dogs like Jingle.
Abandoned to the streets at 11 years old, Jingle was alone and unable to see due to having cataracts in both eyes. The poor boy must have been so afraid. He was taken in by the local pound but after no one came to collect him, his time was running out.
Pounds are only able to offer temporary care for stray and abandoned dogs, which means that Jingle’s story isn’t unique. He is one of thousands of dogs at risk of being put to sleep every year. Our ambulance service is a lifeline for many of these dogs, collecting them and driving them to the safety of our rehoming centres.
But this year, in the fallout of the pandemic, our dog ambulances have already transported around 50% more dogs, and we expect this demand to continue into the winter months.
That’s why it’s vital that our service keeps running.
This Christmas, will you give a gift to help us drive more dogs to safety?
Donations will go towards the care of all dogs at Dogs Trust