East Anglia Dog Rescue is a non-profit organisation. Here is how you can help us...


Our dogs need your help!

Fosters are the backbone of any rescue and help get dogs ready for their forever sofa.

To find out more on fostering or to apply to foster please click here.

Join Us On Social Media

If you can't adopt, foster or donate then share...

By sharing our posts or dogs you can play a huge part in finding our dogs their homes. Who knows where your share may end up!

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Being a non-profit organisation, we solely rely on sponsorship and you can sponsor in many different ways.

Click here to see how you can help us, help the dogs. 


Did you know each dog neutering costs us on average £300! That is without including any other medical needs.

There are many fun ways & activities that you can do to help raise funds & awareness. Click here to find out how you can help.

Sponsor & Donate

East Anglia Dog Rescue is a non-profit organisation that solely relies on sponsorship, donations & fundraisers to support their on-going work.

You can support by a one-off donation, sponsorship, regular direct debits or our annual donation packages.

Let's Put It Into Perspective...

This is what a single dog on average costs us - the bare minimum

  • Neuter from £165

  • Spay from £200

  • Flea & worm treatment £40

  • Vaccinations from £40

  • Transport from £20

Each dog costs on average a minimum of £300 to prepare them for their new life.

This does not include any veterinary work that may also be needed.

We ask all new owners to make a minimum donation according to the dog's age &

breed. Often this donation does not cover the basics of what the dog has needed.


How You Can Help...


Make a one-off donation

We appreciate all donations and understand that not everyone can commit to donating


You can make a on-off donation by clicking the Donate button below

Support A Dog In Kennels

Sometimes dogs end up in kennels and what we call emergency boarding 'EB'. 

Dogs can end up in kennels for a number of reasons but often it is down to the situation and

the dog needing to be removed for their own safety.

We try our best to keep the number of dogs in kennels as low as possible as it is a massive

financial drain to us as a rescue.

You can cover one night in a kennel for one of our dogs by clicking the button below.

Support Additional Veterinary Bills

Some dogs need to undergo regular veterinary treatment like one of our dogs recently, who

had a very sad & abusive past.

It turned out she had previously been very ill-treated and had broken bones that had healed

but not properly, so she needs ongoing medication for the rest of her life.


Another dog we rescued had ingrowing eyelashes, can you imagine how painful that is?

We are increasingly being asked to take dogs with medical conditions that have been

abandoned at the vets, or stray kennels, as well as abuse cases. But we can only help if the

funds are available.

All of our rescue dogs are treated for fleas and worms, neutered or spayed and micro-

chipped before they are rehomed. While we ask for a donation of £150-£250 per dog, this 

doesn’t even cover neuter in many cases let alone other costs.

Sadly this doesn’t cover additional costs like fuel for transportation, often from one part of

the country to another, emergency boarding costs per day per dog, additional veterinary

work like dental work or operations, nor does it cover the hours spent talking on the phone

organising the safe-rehoming of our rescue dogs.

Perhaps you would like to support us more regularly? We would welcome regular payments

every month and encourage you to do so, if you can donate regularly we would welcome it

being set up as a standing order and are happy to provide you with bank details.





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