Why adopt a dog?

 Cost– included in the small adoption fee, you will often find that this will cover all vaccines and sometimes may even include microchipping. Make sure to check what is covered when you are adopting to ensure your new family member is up to date with all requirements.

Help fight against puppy farms – These horrible factory-style breeding facilities have poor conditions with little to no medical care. The mother dogs are kept in cages and bred repeatedly without any companionship or love until they are no longer useful and then they are disposed of.

Second chance- some dogs need to rebuild their trust and how will they do so if they don't have a home? They all deserve a loving home to chill out on the sofa and eat their favourite treats so why not give them a new lease of life and let them know what a real family is like.

It is important to consider your lifestyle when adopting a new dog as they may have a lot of additional needs, emotionally and physically. Sometimes a certain dog may not suit your family. So do not rush in making your decision to make sure you are making the right choice for both you and the pet.


All animals deserve to be loved and cared for. Every dog has their day.



One of our chosen charities Benvardin Kennels are heros for dogs and are there for them when they need someone the most.

Benvardin remain open to unwanted and homeless pets 365 days a year, and their centre is currently open to the public by appointment only. They're seeing more unwanted pets who need urgent surgery, lengthy training and rehabilitation, please support their work today.

The suggested donation to adopt a dog from Benvardin Kennels is £200. This money goes towards the cost of the vaccinations, micro-chipping,neutering, the relevant council dog licences and insurance for 4 weeks with Petplan.


Contact them on

07518 370478

or have a look at some of adoptees today at Benvardin Kennels



May 15, 2024 — Pet & Country

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