Dogs Trust

COVID-19 info: Our rehoming centres are not open for public browsing but you can still make an appointment to adopt or bring a dog to us. We’ve set up new processes which include social distancing measures to help keep staff and our visitors safe.

Our new office

This week we moved in to our new office in Burder’s Barn, we are still on site at the Bridgend Rehoming centre but now share an office with our Wales Campaign team, Dog School and Educational officer.

Here is a picture of my colleagues from the Campaigns department, Campaign manager for Wales, Rachel Burr, Veterinary nurse Malcolm Stagg and Campaigns Officer Kirsty Britton.

As part of Dogs Trust community team , they travel Wales promoting Responsible Dog Ownership, Microchipping, Neutering and health checks in Local community events as well as national campaigns to highlight Puppy Smuggling and Puppy farming.

As Supporter Relations Officer, myself and Linda work along side our Campaigns team in the community, being a point of contact at the Bridgend Centre for our supporters or to talk to people about the free service we provide to dog owners.

The Canine care card gives piece of mind to dog owners, if they are worried about who will look after their dog if they need to go into a home or have long term illness, if you would like to discuss the canine care card please call 01656 728923 or email [email protected].