Kennel Club Charitable Trust

Kennel Club Breed Rescue: supporting rescue dogs
Kennel Club Giving a home to a rescue dog - as long as you are prepared to put in extra work if it is needed (training, care) - can be an immensely rewarding experience
German Shepherd Dogs In Scotland In Crisis
A German Shepherd Dog rescue charity in South Lanarkshire that has been struggling to cope with a combination of falling interest in the breed and increasing numbers of dogs needing its help, has been awarded a £6,000 grant from the Kennel Club Charitable Trust.
Kennel Club Charitable Trust Makes Tails Wag With £5,000 Grant
Dorset-based dog charity Waggy Tails has received a welcome £5,000 grant from the Kennel Club Charitable Trust to help with their work rescuing dogs in need, and it has already changed the life of two dogs on ‘death row’.
Kennel Club Charitable Trust Opens Flood Fund For Dogs
A special ‘Flood Fund’ has been set up by the Kennel Club Charitable Trust (KCCT), for those dogs that are in need as a result of the recent floods that have beset the country.
Kennel Club Charitable Trust Calls For Dog Owners To Help Celebrate World Smile Day
The Kennel Club Charitable Trust invites dog owners to take part in World Smile Day on Friday 3rd October, by sharing your dog smile selfie and donating to the Kennel Club Charitable Trust through its new text donation number, giving dogs in need a reason to smile.
Abandoned Pregnant German Shepherd And Her Ten Puppies Found New Homes By Charity
Hazel, a two year old German Shepherd Dog, has finally found a new home, following a stressful four months after being abandoned heavily pregnant alongside her male companion and two puppies from her previous litter.
Former Racing Dog Overlooked For A Year Finally Finds His Forever Family
Dash, a four year old former racing Greyhound, has finally found his forever home after being overlooked for a year because of his size and boisterous personality.
Bark And Bake Campaign Launches To Kick-Start National Pet Month
The Kennel Club Charitable Trust invites dog lovers nationwide to take part in its new Bark and Bake campaign during National Pet Month (1st April – 4th May), by holding a Bark and Bake Sale to raise money to help make a difference for dogs.
Local Calendar Cover Star Heads To Crufts
The choosen cover star of the Kennel Club's Breed Rescue calendar for 2016 is heading to Crufts to promote rescue dogs. Read more.
Dogs Lovers Raise Over £10,000 To Help Research Into Autoimmune Disease
Over £10,000 has been raised to help fund a research project with the aim to improve the lives of dogs affected by Addison’s disease. Learn more.
Abandoned And Malnourished Welsh Rescue Dog Given A New Chance At Happiness
A six-year-old Boxer has found her loving home with the help of the Kennel Club Charitable Trust after she was abandoned and left to suffer. Read more about her amazing story.
What does the Kennel Club do for health?
Are you aware of the many ways in which the Kennel Club endeavours to makes a difference to dog health? Click to find out.
Kennel Club Donates Money to Agility Against Cancer and Charitable Trust
The Kennel Club has donated the money it collects from the annual raffle at the Kennel Club International Agility Festival to two causes. Learn more.
Free veterinary treatment for breed rescues for trial period
Free veterinary treatment for breed rescues for trial period
The Kennel Club Charitable Trust
The Kennel Club Charitable Trust is a charity that funds a wide variety of work ranging from research into canine diseases, dog welfare organisations and the promotion of support dogs.
Fundraising for the Charitable Trust
You can do anything to raise money and help us make a difference for dogs. From holding office bake sales to taking the plunge sky diving, the list is endless.
How to make a donation
We need your help to ‘make a difference for dogs’. There are lots of ways to make a donation to the Kennel Club Charitable Trust. By giving £2 a month (or whatever you can afford) you will help ‘make a difference for dogs’.
Where does the money go?
Last year we contributed nearly £1 million to a wide variety of organisations ranging from universities, re-homing shelters and adoption societies.
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