HALFWAY HOME

RESCUING DOGS SINCE 2005

Halfway Home Dog Rescue was started in April 2005 in support of another dog rescue, to hold dogs coming from "death row" situations in northern pounds.

Then in December 2005 we started homing dogs for another rescue with a lot of success. They decided that they no longer needed our help, so we decided to go it alone in May 2006, and now carry out dog rehoming directly from our own kennels in Collingham, Notts.

The majority of the dogs we rescue are strays or ex puppy farm. These dogs have been through a horrible time and all they need is love and you will receive infinite love in return.

We are only a very small rescue, dedicated to helping stray and death row dogs find a new home.

All our costs are met by donations and fundraising activities such as open days, kennel sponsorship, grants and sales from our shop.

HALFWAY HOME DOG RESCUE is Open by Appointment only,  for the rehoming of some lovely rescue dogs - to make an appointment please ring on 0780 8003152 between 11am - 3pm.

 

 More details and photo's can be found on our adoptions pages.

MISSION STATEMENT

Halfway Home Dog Rescue is committed to and believes that we are morally responsible to assist in and/or rescue homeless, abused, neglected and abandoned animals, to be a voice for the voiceless.

RESCUE

Most of our dogs are strays, or are rescued from puppy farms or crisis situations in the pounds. We are there for these dogs when they have no-one else. We at Halfway Home believe that dogs are sentient beings, capable of feeling "human" emotions such as fear, pain, joy, love and sorrow. Dogs provide their human companions with unconditional love and absolute loyalty and deserve to be treated as members of the family. 

"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by
the way its animals are treated."
 - Mahatma Gandhi

New statistics have revealed that in the last 12 months

more than 47,500 were abandoned in council pounds, unclaimed by their owners.

  In total 102,363 stray and abandoned dogs were handled by UK local authorities

and 5,142 were put to sleep – equating to 14 a day.

PLEASE BE PART OF THE SOLUTION ...
DON'T BREED OR BUY WHILE UNWANTED DOGS DIE!

REHABILITATION

What we aim to do when these dogs enter our rescue is to find them a forever loving home. A lot of them need veterinary treatment and some form of rehabilitation as they have lived most if not all of their lives in a crate being bred from by the puppy farms. They have received very little if any human contact and require much patience, enrichment from our staff and just a little love to transform their behaviour and get them to trust people again. All of our dogs are health checked at our vet, microchipped, de-flead, wormed, if needed given their first vaccinations and also neutered. Our vets bills in 2016 were over £35,000.

Before and after - a little Shih Tzu girl rescued from a puppy farm and now in her forever home!

REHOMING

We are based in Nottinghamshire but we rehome our rescues all over the UK and sometimes even abroad. Distance is no object for people if they find the right dog.

HOW TO WE CONTINUE TO DO WHAT WE DO?

Halfway Home Dog Rescue survives on donations, kennel sponsorship, grants and fundraising. Many local businesses have charity tins in their shops to raise money and we also get donations of food from Pedigree and Morissons have a food bin for collections.

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