When looking at our dogs can people please be aware of our rehoming area which is Burnley and Pendle. We go as far as Barnoldswick in one direction and Parts of Blackburn in the other but do not go out of these areas. This is rescue policy and is not open to negotiation. We require a home check before you can meet any of our dogs who are all in foster homes in the area, we do not operate from a kennel base. All dogs have an adoption fee of £150 payable after a trial period. (Increasing to £175 on the 1st of January 2018). Your dog will be vet checked, vaccinated and neutered and this is what the fee covers. To express an interest in any of our dogs please complete the enquiry form on the right or if you previously had a home check by us email firstname.lastname@example.org with an address and contact number .
Rescue policy is that we don't rehome our dogs in households where there are entire males.
Every year, thousands of dogs need to go in to foster homes during their transition from rescue dog to family dog.
There are never enough foster homes available to help rescues save all the dogs in need, and tens of thousands of dogs are euthanised in the UK every year due to lack of homes.
By fostering dogs, you can help rescues save more dogs from a pointless death – and help more dogs on their way to happy lives with new families.
It's impossible to predict how long an animal will remain in foster care. Some pets are adopted within 24 hours of becoming available. Others wait years for a home. Pendle Dogs in Need does not euthanize an animal for taking too long to be adopted. Our animals stay with us for as long as it takes. If you cannot commit to this kind of unpredictable long-term care, you might wish to help in other ways. We expect our adopters to never give up on their pets, so we expect the same from our foster parents.
Please note: There is an adoption fee of £150, this also applies to fosterers that decide they would like to offer their foster dog a forever home. Pendle Dogs in Need is a non-profit organisation, so the adoption fee is vital for us to continue to do the work we do. It covers medical costs such as vaccinations, neutering, microchipping and overall vet checks.
If after reading this you feel you could help, please get in touch or complete the foster/adopt form, on the right.