Charities


Lelenc Animal Sanctuary - Hungary is a small sanctuary in the outskirts of Budapest, Hungary. The registered charity started to rescue and rehome dogs from the city’s main dog warden’s shelter (where the unclaimed dogs can be put down after the 14 days quarantine period and always running at full capacity or above that…) 5 years ago they have built a Sanctuary on a peaceful and gorgeous farm. At the moment they take care of more than 60 dogs and several cats, but they had old rescued horses too. All the dogs receive top notch care, full veterinary treatment (they only rehome spayed/neutered dogs, with a microchip and full vaccination and parasite treatment). The dogs have walks and play time 3 times a day (even more over the weekends, thanks to the volunteers). They also visit schools, care homes and kids with disabilities to promote the responsible ownership and provide an animal companion to anyone.You can find out more about their work and you can get involved on their Facebook page too.

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Absolute Bull Terriers was first started by a committed group of people who wanted nothing more than to help Bullies who've found themselves in less than fortunate circumstances. It’s taken hard work, dedication & perseverance to re-home over 350 bullies in the last 4.5 years. They have become a registered charity and with the help of their volunteers and supporters, they have the chance to rescue more Bullies in need. You can find out more about their work and you can get involved on their Facebook page too.

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Amstaff Rescue Hungary is a rescue dedicated to saving and protection the bull type breeds in Hungary. The have been working on the protection and rehabilitation of the neglected or homeless bull breeds for more than ten years. They put great emphasis on the education and fight against the bad reputation of these dogs.  They work and co-operate with other organisations on tackling the illegal dog fights too.

By donating you can help their spay and neuter program.

You can find more information about their projects on their Facebook page.

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Barby Keel Animal Sanctuary is an East Sussex based animal charity. The Sanctuary provides a refuge for lost or rejected animals and fowl of all kinds.
Animals which can't be re-homed for any reason are given a permanent home
at the Sanctuary. There are pigs, ponies, horses, goats, seagulls, chicken, geese, ducks and pheasants amongst the permanent residents.  Check out their Facebook page for more info and pictures. They have a Facebook page dedicated to the dogs too

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DDA Watch is a not-for-profit company registered in England and Wales. DDA Watch has been set up to monitor dog legislation and provides
assistance, support and advice to owners whose dogs have been
affected by canine legislation. They campaign for legislation focused on the owners of dogs, regardless of the breed or type. DDA Watch assists pet owners who are facing legal proceedings, for example under the Dangerous Dogs Act and advises and helps dog owners in preparation for court hearings, they liaise with legal defence teams, police forces, local authorities, behavioural and ID experts and the families themselves involved in very distressing circumstances. They also follow up on cases where dogs have been released from kennels and returned home. You can find out more on their Facebook page.

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There are so many great charities all over the World if you have some spare time volunteer at your local animal charity. There are so many ways you can help - just ask :)