London (Harefield)

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Find out how rehoming from us works and how to get started finding your perfect match.

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Dog in Kennel

Location

Dogs Trust West London
Highway Farm
Harvil Road
Uxbridge

UB9 6JW

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Opening times

We’re open for general browsing on Saturday, Sunday, and Tuesday from 12 – 4pm.

Contact

0303 003 0000

Phone lines open:

Monday to Friday - 9am to 6pm

Saturday, Sundays & Bank Holidays - 8.30am to 5pm

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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! 

Rehoming from us

The dedicated team here are helping to care for hundreds of dogs every year, who all deserve a loving home for life. Interested in offering a dog in our care a forever home?

Find out how rehoming works.

New dogs arrive at our centre all the time — they will be available for rehoming once we’ve got to know them and identified what they need from their new home. Please visit the website regularly to see the dogs available in our centre.

Visiting us

Open days

We’re open for general browsing on Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday from 12 – 4pm. On these days you’ll be able to walk around the centre and see some of the dogs in our care. If you’re interested in a dog, we’ll be able to tell you more about them and help you apply via our online form. We hope to see you soon.

Rehoming info appointments

If you’re sure about adopting but haven’t found the right dog for you, make an appointment for a dedicated chat with one of our adoption advisors. You’ll get a 30-minute session with an experienced member of our team, either over the phone or in person at our rehoming centre. We’ll ask about your lifestyle and the home you can offer, discuss any suitable dogs in our care, and give you advice on finding your perfect match. Unfortunately, we cannot facilitate school or educational tours.

Book an appointment

Guided tours

Want to see how our rehoming centre works and learn more about Dogs Trust? Book a free tour around our rehoming centre with your local Supporter Relations Officer.

Tours last between 30 to 45 minutes long and will give you a chance to have a look behind-the-scenes of our centre and gain an insight into our work. Places are limited and need to be booked in advance.

To enquire about a tour, please contact Supporter Relations Officers, Sian Bourn and Irene Anidjah by emailing [email protected] or [email protected] or phone 01895 453951.

Supporting us

Donate your pre-loved items. We’re accepting pre-loved donations of treats, toys, towels and bedding (except feather duvets) via our contact-free drop off points. Signage outside will make it clear where you can drop off your donations. Please don’t leave clothing, valuables, electrical equipment, or furniture at our centre drop-off points.

We rely on your kind support to continue our vital work, please donate today.


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.