Save pets' lives

With your help, we can be there for vulnerable pets in desperate need of care.

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Save pets' lives

With your help, we can be there for vulnerable pets in desperate need of care.

All sites are closed

As part of our efforts to prevent the spread of coronavirus. All of our sites and shops are now closed to the public. 

During this extremely difficult time the best way you can support us to continue helping pets in need is by making an online donation or by calling our dedicated donation hotline on 0300 303 9876 - calls cost the same as a national rate call.

How to look after your pets during Covid-19

Our experts have written some great advice to help support you and your pets while we all have to stay at home.

Find out more

Climb Mount Kilimanjaro

Take on a truly amazing challenge for pets in need! 

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Step into The Green Room

We have launched a podcast all about pets, brought to you by our passionate colleagues. Join us behind the scenes for a unique insight into the work we do, and the difference it makes - plus, get expert pet advice.

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Become a fosterer

The animals at Wood Green are given the best care and attention - but many feel much happier in a loving home. Fostering is a great way to give pets some extra love and respite while they’re waiting for their forever home.

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Pets looking for a loving home

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Lemon (& Tonic)

Common

3 years 4 months

Male

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Arnott (& Dot)

Fancy

11 months

Male

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Nancy (& Phoebo)

Domestic

12 years

Female

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Brody

Collie (Border)

1 years 10 months

Female

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My son spotted Perry on the Wood Green website – just a few days later, he came home with me. Life just wouldn’t be the same without Perry – he makes me laugh and love every day, and he keeps me fit too!

Joy and Perry

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Wood Green did a wonderful job of nursing Baz back to health, but he was terrified of the world. Over the last two years, he’s transformed into a gentle, sweet-natured, highly intelligent dog with a well-developed sense of humour!

Gill, Paul and Baz

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When our old dog died I missed him terribly, but we decided not to have another. Volunteering at Wood Green means I get my ‘doggy fix’ at the same time as helping a good cause.

Ann, Volunteer

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It makes me so happy to be able to leave a gift in my Will knowing I can help other vulnerable animals in the future. It’s the least I can do to help abandoned animals have a chance of happiness, and a loving family to take care of them.

Diane and Blossom