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.

Betty from Manchester

We adopted Betty in November from Manchester after she had been released from a testing laboratory in Ireland. She came to us terrified of the world. Didn’t know her name because she never had one, had to be toilet trained, wouldn’t go near anybody new, learnt how to walk in a lead, walking up stairs then down stairs took even longer, scarred of loud noises and walking on main roads, cars were the enemy (still are) and was frightened of the dark. Here she is now living her best life and making us so so happy and proud. She loves going on adventures, eating like a queen, being spoilt rotten by her grandmas and cuddling her sister Indie the cat on the bed where we vowed she would never be allowed on. Oops. Big shout out to The Dogs Trust for taking 170 of these beautiful souls in and giving them a life worth living.