Dogs Trust

UPDATE: Our rehoming centres are closed until further notice, however we are now able to rehome a small number of our amazing dogs. Each dog’s profile will let you know if they are looking for a new home. For the time-being, we are unable to register your interest for dogs who are not yet available for rehoming.

Thousands of pounds for hounds raised at Dogs Trust annual Fun Day!

Dogs Trust West London (Harefield) is celebrating another successful Fun Day, following a fantastic turnout at the charity’s annual fundraising event on Sunday 2 June 2019 which raised over £26,500!

After many months of planning and organising, the team were delighted to welcome around 4,000 people to the event, which was held at the Middlesex Showground. This was the charity’s first annual Fun Day to be held off site.

There were lots of highlights on the day including the Fun Dog Show, which was hugely popular as always featuring show classes including Golden Oldie, Waggiest Tail and, of course, Best Rescue! The Fun Dog Show also featured a few familiar faces as TV Vet Rory Cowlam, and Love Island star, Eyal Booker came along as guest judges.

Dogs Trust West London Supporter Relations Officer, Sian Bourn, is delighted with the turnout of people and their generosity.

“We’d like to say a huge thank you to the local community and our supporters old and new who came along to help us raise such a phenomenal amount of money for the dogs in our care. It was a truly great fun family day out with something for everyone, delicious food, plenty of games and stalls for adults, children and dogs.

“We’d also like to say a big big thank you to everyone who helped make the event possible, in particular our amazing volunteers who willingly donated their time and contributed hugely to the success of the day.”

All the funds raised from the Fun Day will go towards helping the rehoming centre to continue providing homeless and abandoned dogs with the best possible care as they await their forever homes.

If you’d like to adopt a four-legged friend from the centre, please call 01895 453930.