Dogwatch Sanctuary Trust

Dogwatch Sanctuary Trust is a registered charity established in 1982. We rescue, care for and rehome dogs that have been abandoned at pounds throughout Canterbury, or surrendered from private situations.

Dogwatch receives no government or council funding. We rely entirely on the generosity of our supporters and on our own fundraising activities. We also depend on a dedicated group of around 80 volunteers who help care for our dogs, clean and maintain our facilities, match dogs to adopters and raise funds.

Dogwatch operates from a five acre, purpose-built adoption centre in Bromley. We also have a secondhand variety store in New Brighton which provides a substantial part of our income.

The dogs we rescue are mostly mixed breed and range from puppies to seniors. New dogs are arriving all the time and we also help dog owners who, for one reason or another, are struggling to give their dog the level of care it needs. In these situations we can provide food, bedding, crates and advice.

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Dogwatch Sanctuary Trust
230 Dyers Road
Bromley
Christchurch
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About Dogwatch Sanctuary Trust

Dogwatch Sanctuary Trust is a registered charity established in 1982. We rescue, care for and rehome dogs that have been abandoned at pounds throughout Canterbury, or surrendered from private situations.

Dogwatch receives no government or council funding. We rely entirely on the generosity of our supporters and on our own fundraising activities. We also depend on a dedicated group of around 80 volunteers who help care for our dogs, clean and maintain our facilities, match dogs to adopters and raise funds.

Dogwatch operates from a five acre, purpose-built adoption centre in Bromley. We also have a secondhand variety store in New Brighton which provides a substantial part of our income.

The dogs we rescue are mostly mixed breed and range from puppies to seniors. New dogs are arriving all the time and we also help dog owners who, for one reason or another, are struggling to give their dog the level of care it needs. In these situations we can provide food, bedding, crates and advice.