IT COSTS US A LOT OF MONEY TO HOUSE HEALTHY DOGS THAT ARE AWAITING FOREVER HOMES.
WHY NOT PUT A TOOTHY SMILE ON THEIR FACES BY SPONSORING ONE?
While we’re absolutely not a shelter (we put dogs back on the streets wherever possible) we do have a number of resident dogs awaiting forever homes that have been with us a very long time. These dogs are often harder to rehome because they’re older or aren’t typically ‘pretty’. We give our resident dogs lots of love, which comes for free, but their food and board costs a lot of money. By sponsoring one of these sweet faces, you’ll take a lot of pressure off us financially.
SPONSORSHIP MAKES A GREAT BIRTHDAY OR CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR DOG LOVERS!
It’s also a great way of feeling like you have a pet, if you’re not currently in a position to give a dog a forever home.
For a regular monthly donation, you’ll receive:
- A certificate of ‘ownership’.
- Regular email or WhatsApp updates on your chosen pooch, including photos/videos.
- That inimitable warm, fuzzy feeling you only get from doing something selfless.
Your sponsorship money will go towards:
- Your dog’s dinner (and breakfast, of course).
- Any medication they need while in our care.
- Veterinary treatment (including regular vaccines).
SPONSORSHIP STARTS FROM £10 A MONTH. KEEN? THEN IT'S TIME TO CHOOSE YOUR DOG!
Dot (and his brother Seal) is an original WECare dog. He was picked up at CNVR with terrible mange, and as he had the winning combo of fair skin and no hair, he was pretty prone to burning. This mischievous little fella can’t wait to send you selfies every month.
Seal may be small but his powerful back legs give him the ability grab food out of your hands before you’ve even noticed it’s gone.
Tuts has been with us since January 2016, when she was found as a puppy. She was cowering in a bush, suffering from severe skin disease and calcium deficiency. She’s now perfectly healthy, but we’re yet to find her a forever home. Will you be her virtual parent?
This affectionate beauty has been living at the hospital with us since March 2017, when she was found almost unresponsive at the side of the road. She’s not conventionally ‘pretty’ so we’re struggling to rehome her. We think she’s a stunner, do you think so too?
This guy is the fluffiest WECare dog we’ve ever had. It’s unlikely Eddie will get re-homed as he’s 10 years old, blind and deaf, but he’s happy living out his days in the garden. And we’re more than happy to have him. Fancy sponsoring this fluffy old fella?
Mama Dog AKA Mercedes AKA Britney (she goes by all three names) turned up on our doorstep in September 2018 when she was dumped with her puppies. She’s flourished into a beautiful young dog with bags of character, and can be found playing in the street near the clinic.
Rosie was brought to one of our neutering clinics in November 2016 by her owners. They never came back for her, and we were unable to make contact., despite much trying. She now lives at our volunteer house and is queen of the street. Wanna be her pen pal?
Rosie’s owners brought her to us with a broken elbow, saying she’d been attacked by a rabid dog. Because of this, we had to keep her in quarantine for six months in case she had rabies. Sadly, her owners ghosted us so we’re now looking for a new family for this lovely girl.
Margarita was dumped with her brothers and sisters when she was a puppy. Margy’s the last one left to be rehomed – we found her a home but they brought her back as she was too nervous. She’s a lovely dog so we hope she meets her human match soon.