Pet Charities

There are many pet charities situated in South East Wales.  Here we have listed a few of them. 

Some sanctuaries and charities provide permanent homes for abandoned or stray pets to live out their lives in comfort.  Others offer a temporary home or place pets in foster homes whilst awaiting adoption. 

Assistance charities, providing fully trained pets for people with disabilities, often need temporary foster homes where puppies can be brought up correctly, socialised and start their training process to become useful companions to assist their human in everyday tasks.  If you feel you have what it takes to give a puppy a good start in life and on the right path then contact them.

Search and Rescue Associations also rely heavily on charitable support and sponsorship to undertake their work. 

There are also various charities which can give financial assistance to pet owners towards the cost of neutering pets. Eligibility criteria is displayed on their websites.

All Creatures Great and Small
Animal Aid
Animal Health Trust
Battersea Dogs Home
Born Free
British Chelonia Group
Cats Protection Gwent
Cats Protection Forest of Dean
Dog Action Welfare Group Bristol (DAWG)
Dogs Trust Bridgend
Four Paws Animal Rescue (South Wales)
Greyhound Rescue Wales
Greyhound Welfare

Guide Dogs for the Blind - local contacts
HOPE Rescue
International Fund for Animal Welfare
International Tortoise Association
Pets Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA)
Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA)
Search and Rescue Dog Association Wales
The Blue Cross
Tortoise Trust
Wetnose Animal Aid
World Society for Protection of Animals

Assistance Charities

Assistance Dogs UK
Guide Dogs for the Blind
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People

Pets as Therapy (Kate 01633 430031)

Take a look at the websites listed here and if you are aware of any that do not appear on this page then tell us about them so that we can add them to our website and promote their work by emailing info@uskvets.co.uk