Birmingham Dogs Home cares 24 hours a day, every day of the year for stray, abandoned and relinquished dogs from across the West Midlands and South Staffordshire.
Who we are
Founded in 1892 on land made available by the late Sir Alfred Gooch Bart in New Canal Street, Birmingham. Birmingham Dog’s Home has been at the forefront of animal welfare for the Midlands foralmost 130 years and is one of the region’s oldest and best loved animal welfare charities.
What we do
Birmingham Dogs Home can only survive through the generosity and support of the general public and benefactors from the local community. Without this we would be unable to carry on the vital work of rescuing and rehoming abonded dogs.
The home is a charity which can only survive through the generosity and support of the general public and benefactors from the local community.
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