Why we support Hope Rescue
5% of our sales are donated to Hope Rescue
Since 2005 Hope Rescue has been saving the lives of stray, abandoned and unwanted dogs that, through no fault of their own, need a second chance. They commit to take all the stray dogs from six Local Authorities in South Wales - Merthyr Tydfil, Torfaen, Blaenau Gwent, Rhondda Cynon Taf, Bridgend and the western half of the Vale of Glamorgan - irrespective of their age, breed or medical condition. Hope Rescue also help owners in crisis who need to surrender their dogs, giving them peace of mind that their dogs will be rehomed responsibly.
Hope Rescue centre is situated in Llanharan, South Wales and has 51 rescue kennels, two exercise paddocks, an indoor training centre, grooming room and 18 acres of private woodland.
Hope Rescue currently help around 800 dogs a year and as well as rehoming from their rescue centre, they also work with other rescues, including Blue Cross, Dogs Trust and Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, to take our dogs. This enables them to significantly increase the number of dogs we can help.
Their aim is to reduce the number of dogs euthanised in the UK every year by providing a kennel space at our rescue centre, a foster home or rescue placement for animals in emergency situations.
Reduce the number of dogs entering the animal welfare system through campaigning for change, education and the promotion of responsible ownership; and the provision of support to owners to help them keep their pets.
Promote the therapeutic benefits of pet ownership and interaction with dogs.
4Provision of support to owners to help them keep their pets.