Woodgreen receives no government funding for the vital work we do.
We not only take in homeless dogs, but also cats and small animals too.
With dogs in particular, we are seeing more and more coming into our care with complex needs. This means dogs requiring operations for serious conditions, or specialist support for behavioural problems, often resulting in a longer stay with us before we can rehome them with new owners.
As well as being there for pets who need us today, we want to be there for those that need us tomorrow.
Everything we do at Woodgreen has been made more acute by the pandemic; we need continued support to keep on running our vital services. That includes emergency intakes, which is likely to rise due to the boom in puppy purchases during the recent lockdowns.