We help dog owners in the UK rehome their dog’s safely to prevent possible abandonment on the street or to a shelter or, unsafe rehoming on multimedia sites which could potentially put your dog in harm’s way, many owners are unaware of these dangers. So, let’s keep your dog safe and use our FREE rehoming service, it costs nothing but the short time it takes to complete our simple questionnaire about your dog and upload your dog’s photos. Please help your dog find the home they deserve and keep them safe from harm. Our service is confidential, professional and we don't judge, we are here to help.
Our aim is to prevent dogs going into shelters in the first instance, which benefits the dog enormously if rehoming is done properly and safely.
Adopters register with us by completing a simple form and then suitable dogs are found and matched to you. You only need to complete one form per household which is quick and simple and can be found on our "I want to adopt a dog" page. You can also select potential dogs that you are interested in from our website. Once we have recieved your form we will contact you to find out more and answer any questions you might have. Once a dog has been selected, we will visit you at home to complete a home assessment. Please note that we undertake other checks also but your permissions for these will be asked for in advance and done only with your written consent.
We do not have a set criteria for adopters like some rescues, we discuss all adopters circumstances individually , so if you work, have children, are of a certain age, etc., we assess adopters on their own merits.
We pride ourselves on rehoming dogs safely, we are honest, dedicated and here for adopters should any issue arise post adoption.
We have a wonderful team of experienced dog fosters who temporarily care for our dogs whilst we assess them for rehoming.
Dogs2FosterUK provide temporary care, love and training to get our amazing dogs where they need to be, in a safe loving home with responsible owners.
Some of these are dogs that have come from home environments, they can be pedigrees, breed specific, or mixed breed in every shape and size. Others have been ill treated and abandoned already and now need our care before being safely rehomed.