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Monthly donations give us a regular base income and helps to cover things like vet bills, food, cleaning materials, maintenance of our van, vet fees, energy bills and our insurance premiums.

You an set up a monthly donation via your bank, or with PayPal

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Just £5 a month can cover the cost of a flea treatment

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An hour long session at a Freedom field for our dogs to run off lead

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Feed a medium sized dog for a month

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REGISTER FOR GIFT AID

Gift Aid is a government scheme that allows us to reclaim the basic rate tax you pay as a UK taxpayer. It means that we can claim 25p of tax for every £1 you donate at no extra cost to you.

 

All you need to do is make a Gift Aid declaration.

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I am a UK taxpayer and I would like any donation I make in the future and have made in the past 4 years to be treated as Gift Aid donations, until I notify you otherwise.

 

I understand that if I pay less Income Tax and/or Capital Gains Tax than the amount of Gift Aid claimed on all my donations in that tax year it is my responsibility to pay any difference.

 

Please let us know if your tax circumstances or name and address details change so we can amend our records. Please email: finance@helpinghoundshampshire.com 

Thank you for signing up for Gift Aid, it means that at no further cost, you can help us to keep our kennels open, our van running, our insurances up to date, and enable us to keep rescuing dogs in need.

MEET SOME OF THE DOGS AVAILABLE TO ADOPT

These are just 3 of our gorgeous dogs who are looking for a home to call their own. You can see ALL the dogs available for adoption here

Adopters are required to complete an application form, and have a successful home visit by the rescue prior to meeting a dog.

Our adoption donation is £495 and helps us cover the spay/neuter and rescue of another dog.

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Ziggy

Male

2 Years

Age:

Super cute Ziggy is only 3kgs so teeny tiny! Unbelievable that he used to sleep outside under a bush, being fed by the local restaurants and sharing with the cats at a feeding station until he was rescued. Ziggy is in a foster home where he is house trained and described as a really good boy. Ziggy won't take up much room and all he needs is love and a quiet home. Ziggy is okay with other dogs if they are small and calm like him. Ziggy is neutered and fully vaccinated with all relevant blood tests to travel, including negative laboratory tests for Leishmania and Canine Brucella.
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Bertrand

Male

2 Years

Age:

Bertrand is a striking, easy going, fast learning medium sized boy. We believe he is an Armant (Egyptian Sheepdog). He loves his walks, especially when he can run freely and he really enjoys playing with his toys. Bertrand loves meeting other dogs of all sizes. He is super playful and relaxed around people so would make an amazing companion in a home where he can have time outside to play and run about. He is neutered and fully vaccinated. Bertrand does have some past experience/trauma of being kept in a confined space for too long so crates would not be an option for him. He truly is a lovely boy.
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Flossie

Female

4 Months

Age:

Flossie is one of a number of gorgeous siblings born to a stray mum and thankfully saved from certain death. She is a real sweetheart who loves cuddles as much as posing! Flossie is a mixed breed expected to be medium sized (approx 15kgs) and would suit an active home with time to ensure appropriate levels of exercise, socialisation, training and stimulation. Bracken is fully vaccinated with all relevant blood tests to travel, including a negative laboratory test for Canine Brucella.
But before you go...

If you've made the decision to add a canine companion to your family, but haven't fallen in love with the dogs we currently have here, don't give up on us! We get dogs coming through all the time, and rehome for local stray dog kennels too. Many of these dogs get snapped up before we even have a chance to put them on our website.

How? Well... they've completed our adoption application form and instead of putting the name of one of our current dogs, they've said "Any" and tell us about the sort of dog that would fit in well with their family. When the potentially perfect dog comes into our care, we call them first, before promoting the dog elsewhere. 

These are some of the dogs we've recently rehomed in this way:
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So if you're prepared to wait for the ideal dog, click the button below to get the ball rolling. We'll process your application. Our homing manager will call you to have a chat about your application and then arrange a home visit. This is so that the rescue is able to determine that we're all in agreement about the dog that will best suit your family, your lifestyle and your activity levels. 

CAN YOU BECOME A FOSTER HERO?

Council stray dog kennels can hold a dog for 7 days, during which time they make best efforts to trace owners if the dog is microchipped or wearing a tagged collar. If unclaimed, they need to find them a rescue, because council facilities are inundated and simply don't have the space for them.

 

We want to help home as many of these dogs as possible, but we also have limited space in our kennels, so we need fosters to provide love and support in their homes, giving these dogs a chance at adoption, and helping them transition more successfully when their forever homes are found.

  • We will provide full support, and cover any veterinary and medication costs. 

  • We will lend you dog beds, bowls, leads, harnesses and a crate if needed

  • We can also provide food if required, but many fosters prefer to cover this themselves, rather than have to collect from our kennels.

If you have time and space, please think about fostering. It’s a huge help to rescue centres that are flooded with dogs, some of which have never been left in kennels and are simply there because their owners are sick, or can’t keep them. Kennels are not fun places. They are cold and bewildering. But the alternative is worse. And as soon as one dog is rehomed there’s another 20 desperately needing the kennel space. Fostering is so rewarding, a lot of work but you get so much back and you’ll be helping a dog find its way to a new life. And rescued is the best breed!

- Helping Hounds Foster

Keep dogs like these out of kennels by providing love and support in your home, helping them transition more successfully to their forever homes.

Join us to change a dog’s life.​

SUPPORT US

Amazon Wishlist

We have an Amazon Wish List of the things we need for our dogs and our kennels, or you may prefer to purchase a gift card that we can use as needed.

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WORK WITH US

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We can't do it without you! We need volunteers at kennels, at fundraising events, and more! If you can spare a couple of hours a week, please apply!

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FOSTER FOR US

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Fostering  is such a rewarding experience. We need foster homes for dogs that don't adapt well to kennels, and those that need to be brought along in an experienced home to get them ready for adoption. 

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