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Sponsor our dogs

Give homeless pets a second chance at love and happiness from just 21p a day. In return, we'll send you regular updates of the pet you're helping.

Sponsor a dog and help us rehome even more animals.

Becoming a sponsor is one of the most caring things you can do for pets in need. Your sponsorship will provide a warm shelter, food, medical care and give them the love they need until we find them a new home. Plus your donations will help support all of the animals who come to Woodgreen.

Donate £6.50 a month – just 21p a day – and in return we’ll send you regular updates including photos of the pet you’re currently helping. You’ll also receive a welcome pack, special sponsor’s certificate, invitations to supporter events and regular copies of our Pets Matter magazine.

Sponsor a dog

One year old Edgar was brought to Woodgreen as a stray. He is full of beans, loves long walks, squeaky toys and is always quick to make friends with other dogs. By sponsoring a pen for a dog like Edgar you’ll give them the most amazing thing of all – the chance to find a loving new home.

What your sponsorship means to pets in need

Your donations will have a huge impact on the lives of the dogs you sponsor. They will help to provide:

  • a safe warm shelter
  • tasty, nutritious food
  • medical checks and life saving operations
  • fun activities to build trust and confidence
  • cuddles, toys and games to make their stay a happy one
  • behaviour training to help them find the right new home

Plus, it’s not only the dogs you sponsor who will be loved and cared for. Thanks to your regular donation we can be there for every pet who comes through our doors.

What's included in your sponsorship?

Becoming a sponsor is one of the most caring things you can do for any pets in need. In return for your generosity, you’ll receive regular updates from us, including photos of the pet you’re currently helping. You’ll also receive a welcome pack, special sponsor’s certificate, invitations to supporter events and regular copies of our Pets Matter magazine.