Pendle Dogs in Need

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How Can You Help?



We are a small rescue run by a dedicated team of volunteers.
We need people to help in the following areas
  • Running our 'Hub'
  • Helping in our Doggy Daycare Centre
If you would like more information please call in for a chat any Saturday.
The Dogs Den
63 Elizabeth Street
Tel 01282 698181
Pendle Dogs in Need are a non-profit organisation run by a team of dedicated volunteers, and therefore run solely on donations from the public.  
All these donations go 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 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.

Some ways to donate are detailed in the picture below


Doggy Donations

We are always very grateful for donations towards our fundraising events.
The things we need are
  • Good quality items ( as new) for our monthly Facebook Auction
  • Raffle prizes
  • Items suitable for Tombolas
  • Items we can sell on ebay
The things we can't use are
  • Clothes and shoes
  • Bric a brac
  • Books
  • Electrical items (unless brand new and boxed)
  • Items showing signs of wear and tear
We like to send our foster dogs into homes with their own set of equipment. This will include a collar, lead and tag, often a harness as well. They take food, treats, toys, a bed and a blanket.
The things we need for our foster dogs are
  • Small bags of good quality kibble, eg Harringtons
  • Tins of Chappie or Butchers tripe
  • Small packs of treats
  • New or like new collars and leads
  • Blankets
  • Soft beds in nice condition
  • Hardwearing toys
The things we DON'T use are
  • Any sacks or bags of food that are open
  • Any food or treats with a high amount of additives such as those made by Bakers
  • Collars, leads, toys, beds that are well used and worn
  • Plastic beds