From flooding to COVID-19, Hope Rescue launches crisis appeal

Hope Rescue, a dog rescue charity based in Rhondda Cynon Taf, was only just starting to recover from the impact of the February flooding when the River Taff burst its banks and flooded their Pontypridd charity shop. However, the financial fall-out from the current Covid-19 crisis is now putting their charity at risk. Read more

Coronavirus - owner surrenders

Due to the rapidly changing situation with Coronavirus, we are now closed to routine owner surrenders. Read more

Coronavirus update

This is important information about Coronavirus for all boarding customers and visitors to our rescue centre. Read more

Help Hope Rescue through the flooding crisis

The Hope Rescue Charity Shop has suffered horrendous flooding. The shop does an amazing job raising funds for the Hope Rescue dogs, and without this income stream we will have to turn away vulnerable dogs that need us. Can you help? Read more

Charity shop closed due to flooding

Our charity shop is currently closed due to flooding caused by Storm Dennis. Read more

Thank you Fast Print

We would like to say a massive thank you to Fast Print, who have kindly sponsored us with two banners and 5700 stickers free of charge. Read more

Justice for Olwyn

Save the date: 18 May 2020 at Aberystwyth Justice Centre, in Ceredigion, Wales. Please join us and our friends Puppy Love Campaigns to protest against this notorious puppy farm. Read more

Local people rally round to help injured dog

Young dog seen being thrown from a car on a busy road is saved by concerned locals. Saluki cross pup River is now safe and recovering after surgery to repair his damaged hip. Read more