dogsblog.com exists to serve one purpose and one purpose only; to help UK shelter dogs find a new, permanent home.
Launched in 2007, the site finds homes for thousands of dogs in the shelter system and relieves the UK welfare sector of millions of pounds of costs. It’s a win/win.
The faster a dog can find the right home, the better. dogsblog.com exists to help bring attention to rescue dogs who are available for adoption right now.
dogsblog.com currently works with more than [user_count] shelters and has found homes for 69605 dogs.
Learn more about dogsblog.com
- How to use dogsblog.com
- dogsblog.com ambassadors
- National Dog Adoption Day
- dogsblog.com dog adoption data & funding info
- How you can help dogsblog.com to rehome more dogs
Some of our dogsblog.com ambassadors
“My dog Bailey faced being destroyed if she hadn’t been rescued. I can’t imagine life without her now. I’m a big supporter of dogsblog.com.” Charlotte Hawkins, TV Presenter
There has never been a more important time to harness the value of those people who have influence within the media to spread the positive message about dog adoption.
We unashamedly utilise our relationships with famous people to deliver positive media coverage for dogsblog.com and everything the site stands for.
What people say about dogsblog.com
An amazingly good idea (Zoe Williams, The Guardian)
Their lovely big sad eyes will have you weeping onto your keyboard (Michael Deacon, The Sun)
dogsblog.com is several things but it is first and foremost for a way to make it easier for everyone in the UK to find out about rescue options and see all dogs available for adoption (Joy Ward, Dogster)