Wellingborough Dog Welfare (Wellidog)



On this page you will find details of any assistance we need to help us take care of our dogs whilst they wait for their forever homes, including any emergency appeals…
We thank you for your support with these.


Lily bear has been with us since January 2019 and since then she has had relatively no interest. It would make our year to see this girl in a home. She is around 7-8 years old, staffie x labrador. She needs to be the only dog with children 12+ as she just loves her toys a bit too much. This beautiful girl would also like someone home most of the day. We don’t want lily bear to grow old in the kennels she deserves the best home. She absolutely loves walks and recently completed the 10k waendel walk, loves her food and her tennis balls. She can be a very strong girl on the lead but she has learned to walk on a head collar which means she barely pulls at all.


For anyone who hasn’t met him, this is Louie… He has been at Wellidog for about 8 months now and we are struggling to find him a home…
Louie is about 2 years old and has elbow dysplasia. This operation will cost in the region of £2,500 to £3,000, but we have no option but to do it as he is in a lot of pain. We do have some hurdles to get over which we know we can do with your help 🙂
So how can you help?
1. We always hate to ask, but first we have to try to raise the money for his operation. We are are small charity and we are struggling to find the £2,500 to £3,000 we need. Can you help him by making a small donation? Every little bit really does add up. We have well over 6,000 people following our page, so if everyone gave £1 that would be over £6,000!

You can donate via Facebook, Pay Pal,  BT MyDonate or direct to our bank account viaBank Transfer to:

Lloyds, Wellingborough Dog Welfare
Registered Charity No. 1022949
SORT CODE: 30-99-26
ACCOUNT NO: 0083109

2. Sadly it would appear that Louie may never have known a loving home as he isn’t house trained and has never really been taught any manners (although he is getting better). He can get too excitable, and if he does he can bite, so we are looking for an angel who is prepared to foster Louie, help him get back on his paws, and give him the best possible chance of finding his very own forever home ❤
We would need a child, dog and cat free home where Louie can recuperate calmly after his operation. It would need to be someone who will stick with it rather than returning him to kennels as Louie cannot return to kennels after such a big operation. So if you can commit to fostering him to give him the best chance of getting better we would love to hear from you.
Thank you as always for your ongoing support. We really couldn’t do it without you… Eight months is too long for this young lad to be left in kennels. Please help us to help him find the fantastic life he deserves ❤

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