Covid-19 update April 2021: Our rehoming centres are currently closed to the public for general browsing. We’re still rehoming virtually and we’re here to help if you can no longer care for your dog. Please don’t visit, or travel to our centres unless you have already been matched with a dog, or are leaving donations at one of our contact-free drop off points.

Could you open your heart and home as a new foster carer?

Calling all local dog lovers….we need you! Could you open your heart and home as a new foster carer?

Some of our dogs may be overlooked and misunderstood due to being stronger and larger breeds, but in reality they need a safe space too.

We are appealing as a center for new foster carers who are willing to foster some of our bigger dogs as well as the smaller guys. At Harefield Dogs Trust we see many dogs of bull breed type; from Staffordshire Bull terriers to Mastiffs and American Bull Dogs, come through our center doors! You may be surprised to know they often struggle in kennels and really thrive in foster homes.

These adorable and squishy dogs have gentle souls that sometimes need some extra nurturing in a home environment before finding their forever families. Don’t forget our graceful Greyhounds that often get unnoticed during rehoming, these docile dogs often need a foster family to help them adjust to a home life, where they can indulge in being the couch potato they have always dreamed of being!

We are looking for families who have space for a larger breed, are willing to take on dogs who need training and that may be stronger on lead, have no pets or children and live a maximum of 45 minutes away from our center.

If you feel like you fit the bill, please contact our Home from home coordinator on [email protected] with some information about yourself and we can get back to you in between snuggling up with our lovable Staffies.