Wellingborough Dog Welfare (Wellidog)



Donations are Always Welcome at Wellidog

All of the money we raise goes directly to our charity, but we can only carry on the work we do with the help of people’s generosity.

We are always looking for new ways to raise money as many of the dogs that come to us are strays, many of whom often require veterinary attention!

You can help us to help them by donating whatever you can afford through any number of ways:

PayPal is always a popular option…

Or you can send a direct Bank Transfer to:

Lloyds, Wellingborough Dog Welfare
Registered Charity No. 1022949
SORT CODE: 30-99-26
ACCOUNT NO: 00831092

You can even make donations direct to our bank account through Facebook… Or if you’d prefer, you can set up a Fundraising event so that your friends and family can donate too!

Facebook Donate

Another option is to get people to sponsor you for a challenge or event. BT MyDonate is commission free and really simple to set up!

Visit our charity page on BT MyDonate

Did you know that you can support us simply by shopping online?

Every time you shop online via easyfundraising at one of the 3,300 retailers including John Lewis, Aviva, Sainsbury’s and, a donation will be made to us and it won’t cost you a penny!

But it’s not just money we need… Anything you can do to help us is very much appreciated, and with so many residents we always need these…

  • Dog Food – Dry and Tinned
  • Dog Treats
  • Old Bedding, Curtains, Towels (Anything to keep our dogs warm and snuggly at night while they wait for their forever home)
  • Mops
  • Buckets
  • Washing-Up Liquid
  • Cleaning Cloths
  • Dog collars, leads and other items

And if you don’t have any of these lying around we have an Amazon Wishlist and anything you can donate is always appreciated

Our dedicated volunteers are always trying to think up ways to raise money, i.e. auctions, car-boot sales, raffles etc., so any donations of unwanted items that we can sell are also welcome:

  • Good Quality Bric-a-Brac
  • Unwanted items (re-saleable condition only)
  • Raffle Prizes
  • Unused animal toys and accessories

NB. We are sorry but we are unable to accept electrical items.

Sarah Lott Photography

Wellidog have been extremely lucky to attract some fantastic volunteers and recently Sarah Lott came to give us a hand! This year is our Silver Anniversary and Sarah kindly volunteered to take some pictures of some of our beautiful dogs who have been successfully rehomed over this time.

Luckily for us she enjoyed helping our dogs as much as we do and has ended up taking one home and keeping him. Well done Ted (was Diesel) on finding such a fantastic home with failed fosterers Stu and Sarah 😀

She has also kindly volunteered to keep taking pictures for us, so that we are able to show you their beeeaauuutiful faces ❤ You can find all our dogs looking for homes on our website and on Facebook.

Sarah doesn’t just photograph dogs (although she is very good at it…!); she photographs all sorts of beautiful things. You can follow her work on Facebook where you may even find our beautiful Wellidogs..! Go on; give her a ‘Like’…

Your support is very much appreciated Sarah ❤

Thank you from all of us at Wellidog.

Thinking About Volunteering at Wellidog?

  • So… You’re thinking about volunteering?
  • Do you have some free time, even if it’s only a couple of hours?
  • Do you love dogs?
  • Are you prepared to donate your time for free?

If that’s four Yes’s then you’ve come to the right place! 🙂

Wellidogs would not exist without the dedication and kindness of its supporters and regular volunteers, and volunteering can be a very rewarding experience as well as a way to meet new friends.

At Wellidog we’re more like a big family who pull together to make a difference to some very deserving furbabies who have found themselves here through no fault of their own.

There are many ways that you can help…

  1. Dog Walking – If you have some free time, then why not volunteer as a dog walker? Our dogs always need exercise no matter whether is wet or dry, and it’s good for them to get out and have a some one-on-one attention…
  2. Ad-hoc help as/when you are able to is always welcome. Give us a shout and we can discuss ways to help without committing anything ongoing.
  3. Or if you are able to volunteer on a regular basis we would love to hear from you. It could be anything from cleaning kennels to preparing feeds, or exercising the inmates 😉 but you would need to be sure that you’re happy to commit to helping regularly help as we’d be relying on you…
  4. But if you can’t do any of these you could help with fund-raising, fosteringdonating or even just collecting donations, as that would free up more of our time to take care of the dogs 🙂

A love of dogs is a MUST if you want to volunteer, so if you do, and helping us is something you’re considering, why don’t you contact us so that we can have a chat about it…

We can’t pay you, but we can promise you that the feeling you get when you see a dog(s) that you’ve worked with, and grown to love go on to find a loving new home, is priceless ❤

So, if you’re still thinking about volunteering we look forward to hearing from you soon.

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