Pendle Dogs in Need are extremely grateful for any donations you can make.
We are a non-profit organisation run by a team of dedicated volunteers, and therefore run solely on donations from the public.
Donations can be in the form of money.
All this money goes towards medical treatment that the dogs in need may require. Our vets bills each month can be anything from £2000 to £4000 depending on the dogs we take in. As well as the regular vets treatment we provide for every dog in our care (neutering, microchipping, vaccinations, health check, flea and worm) we often take in dogs requiring further treatment or surgery. We also have many long term foster dogs who are elderly and we cover their vets bills for life. As you can imagine without financial help we couldn't support our many lucky dogs in this way.
Donations, either a one off donation or a monthly direct debit can be sent through our bank, Sort Code 01-02-20 Account Number 23624094
Cheques can be dropped off or posted to
The PDIN HUB,
The Dogs Den
63 Elizabeth Street
We are also grateful for donations for the dogs such as:
We have a wish list on Amazon or again these can be dropped of at the PDIN HUB.
Most of our foster dogs come to us with nothing and we are lucky enough to be able to settle them into their foster home with a new bed, collar, lead, toys, treats and bowls. Any donations we don't use we pass on to other charities we work with such as food banks and homeless charities.
Lastly we are grateful for donations to help with our fundraising efforts, including;
GOOD QUALITY ITEMS TO PUT ON OUR WEEKLY AUCTION
ITEMS TO SELL ON EBAY
All can be dropped off at the PDIN HUB.
Many thanks for your continued support, we couldn't do what we do to help the dogs without it!!
Candy came to us in a very poor state after being picked up as a stray. She was quickly diagnosed with diabetes and responded well to treatment. She is now in a long term foster home and will receive the medical care she needs for life.
Shadrach was one of a litter of 2 day old pups that were hand reared by volunteers. His poor start has left him with health issues requiring operations and possible loss of his sight. He will receive the best medical care and everything he needs from PDIN
Roo is a young Chihauha who was born with no front legs. His breeder asked us to help and now he is much loved member of PDIN. He currently ha s a cart on order from America thanks to support from his followers and admirers.