We are 130!

2022 is a very special year for Birmingham Dogs Home as we celebrate 130 years of caring for lost and homeless dogs across the Midlands.

Meet your new best friend

Remembering loved ones this year

Help make Christmas day (and every day) special by donating a Christmas Dinner to a homeless dog as a gift or in memory of a loved one.
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Meet your new best friend

Poppet

Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Age: 10

Female

Sparrow

Lurcher

Age: 1

Male (N)

Cali

Mastiff

Age: 5

Female (N)

Jewel

Greyhound

Age: 9

Female

Bruno

Bulldog

Age: 1

Male (N)

Murphy

American Bulldog

Age: 1

Male (N)

News & Events

Fetch! The Big Birthday ’22 Edition

Posted: May 12, 2022

Take a read of our latest Fetch magazine which brings you the latest news and...

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL VISITORS

Posted: May 3, 2022

Parvovirus update 3rd May 2022 Following some positive cases of parvovirus in kennels at our...

Take The Lead Together with Ancol Pet Products

Posted: April 26, 2022

Walk 130 miles in May and help our homeless dogs with every step Get your...

Why we need your support

69% of our dogs are stray or abandoned

We work with nine local authorities across the Midlands from South Staffordshire to Warwickshire.

Caring for homeless dogs since 1892

We look after around 2,500 Midlands dogs every year, rescuing, reuniting and rehoming 365 days of the year.

We don't receive any government funding

To operate we are entirely reliant on the generosity of our supporters in the local community and business community.

For more ways to support Birmingham Dogs Home, simply click the button below

Useful information

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Behavioural issues

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