We are Wood Green

We are proud to be the pet charity that makes a difference to the lives of pets and people across the UK. Always striving to bring pets and people closer together. Our vision is of a world where all pets are well cared for in loving homes for life.

Looking for a rescue dog?

Channel 4 are filming a new documentary series at Wood Green, The Animals Charity, and would like to hear from people who are thinking about giving a lifelong home to a rescue dog. Want to find out more? Then get in touch with them today. Please email rescuedog@fivemilefilms.co.uk, or send them a message on 07925 395 829.

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Help abandoned pets like Trevor

When Trevor came to us, he had a severely fractured foot, a broken canine tooth and a bruised nose. We worked around-the-clock to give him the care needed to save his life.

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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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Find the right advice for you and your pet

Owning a pet can be one of the most wonderful things in the world - but it can also be very challenging. Every type of pet has different needs, and every individual is different.

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Pets looking for a loving home

Gizmo

Persian

7 years 7 months

Female

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Doc

Fancy

4 months

Male

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Ozzy

Domestic

7 years 4 months

Male

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Ray

Fancy

5 months

Male

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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