About London (Harefield)
Harvil Road will be closed from the 31st January until the 3rd February. planned protests against HS2 entrance to the centre car park and surrounding roads maybe be busier than usual.
Diversion info can be found here.
*Unfortunately, we don't currently have any volunteer vacancies. Please check back soon. Thank you for your interest in supporting Dogs Trust. Please be aware that you must be at least 18 years old to volunteer with us. *
Hello and welcome to Dogs Trust West London! Our Rehoming Centre based in Harefield is set within 16 acres of farmland and home to seventy five purpose built kennels. We currently have over 150 dogs in our care including our sponsor dog - Hobo!
Our fantastic facilities including under floor heating, glass fronted kennels, six exercise paddocks, a four acre field, a Puppy Suite and our amazing new Sensory Garden. All help to ensure our residents really enjoy their time here; they even get room service!
Every year we find loving new homes for hundreds of stray and abandoned dogs, and our friendly staff are here to help you find the right four- legged friend, so please do drop in and visit; you don't need an appointment during opening hours. Here are some of our dogs enjoying their stay with us (though they'd like a forever home, if you're offering!)
Did you know our Supporter Relations Officers (SRO), Sian Bourn and Gina Butler can offer free talks to community groups and organise tours of the rehoming centre?
Gina works Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Sian works Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Gina and Sian deal with all the local enquiries about donations in memory of a loved one, as well as answering any questions about our free Canine Care Card Scheme or legacies. They also organise the annual Fun Day and help with the social media coverage for the rehoming centre too!
Did you know our Education and Community Officer Rosie Allen delivers FREE educational workshops to primary school aged children. She also offers educational talks of our rehoming centre.
Every year our Education Team visit hundreds of schools and work with thousands of children encouraging positive attitudes towards canine welfare, whilst also supporting the national curriculum. Our trained and experienced team is fully equipped to deliver engaging and interactive lessons which include our underpinning themes of Dog Safety and Responsible Dog Ownership.
For more information or to book a visit, contact Rosie Allen.