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We currently have enough foster homes for our dogs and do not need any more at present. This may change with time so please check our website for updates.
We are reviewing the situation daily and this post will be updated regularly. We still aim to rescue and rehome dogs during these unprecedented times, however we have put some special measures into place to help stop the spread of the virus. Our staff are working from home which means that calls and emails are…
There are many misconceptions about greyhounds floating around – that they need loads of exercise, that they aren’t cuddly and that they needs lots of space to live in, are just a few.
Juno, a 6 year old Wheaten Terrier, was found abandoned in a London wood by one of our volunteers. She was in a terrible state, with a painful ear infection oozing black discharge, matted fur, a urinary infection and she appeared to have been used for breeding.
When All Dogs Matter began its work in 2009 there was an epidemic of overbred and abandoned Staffies, with shelters and dog pounds up and down the country overflowing with this loveable breed.
Chip, a Chihuahua Cross aged 4 years came into All Dogs Matter after being handed over by a desperate owner who had originally bought him online after he was advertised on Gumtree as a six-month-old Pomeranian.
A few weeks ago we received a call about a dog who needed to be rehomed after his owner sadly passed away.
It’s been 10 years since All Dogs Matter started rescuing unwanted and abandoned dogs in and around London. Since then we’ve rehomed approximately 3000 dogs with loving new owners. Here’s a film about the amazing people (and dogs) that make our work possible. Huge thanks to Inov8film for making this film.