We're supporting Manchester and Cheshire Dogs' Home

At Manchester and Cheshire Dogs’ Home our mission is very clear! We promise to:

·      Continue to accept stray and unwanted dogs in the Greater Manchester and Cheshire districts
·      To vaccinate and microchip all dogs in our care and find them good homes
·      To care for and treat the sick and injured dogs and nurse them back to good health ready for adoption
·      To provide low cost neutering
·      To attend schools and other events to teach about responsible dog ownership and safety
·      To assist the under privileged in their pet ownership problems
·      We also promise that we will never put a healthy dog down


How can you help?

Manchester and Cheshire Dogs’ Home take in 1000s of stray and abandoned dogs each year all looking for their new forever homes. If you would like to adopt a dog from Manchester and Cheshire Dogs’ Home please visit our site www.dogshome.net/adopt

If you are unable to adopt and love dogs you can volunteer at either home. There are many areas where you can volunteer, from walking dogs to helping at our many events.You can give as little or as much time as you are able, safe in the knowledge that you are doing something to help homeless dogs.

If you would like more information about volunteering and to download an application form please here.

You can also support us by donating through many channels such as
·      Give as you live
·      Justgiving
·      BookTable
·      Amazon Wishlist

You can also keep up to date with up and coming events and daily going ons by following us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or by downloading our app from the App store or Goggle play.



Meet Sparticus he is currently our longest resident. Sparticus has spent most of his life in kennels and when he came to us a few months ago he had a few little issues we needed to work on. He is still only about a year old and has come so far. Understandably he was very undersocialised and lacked any basic training. However he has always loved other dogs and has quite a few friends here.

He is an amazing dog and has so much potential, he just needs someone to give him a chance. If you are up for a challenge and also a friend for life then you can visit the home and speak to a member of staff who can tell you more about him.