Dogs Trust

Sponsor a Dog

My name is Pluto

Pit Bull Male

Make my tail wag

Was that a tennis ball?!

I love nothing more than cuddling my favourite carers.

Learning new tricks! I’m a super smart boy.

Hello new pals!

I’m Pluto and I’m so happy to meet you! Do you love chasing balls and food too?! I just know if you sponsor me, you will get the Best Friend that you will ever have, I promise!

I’ve been in Dogs Trust since I was six weeks old. I had a home, but sadly it didn’t work out. My Canine Carers say I’m a very clever and fun-loving boy. And one of the goofiest in the Rehoming Centre! I love playing fetch (then running off with the ball!) My perfect day ends with plenty of cuddles.
Sponsor me and I will write to you all the time to let you know what I am getting up to while I wait for my Forever Home!

I'll stay in touch!

Because we'll be proper paw-pals, I'll let you know how I'm getting on throughout the year, and tell you about the amazing things your support is helping to achieve. And if you sponsor me as a gift for someone you love, I'll do the same for them! It's the least I can do to say thank you for being my new best friend.


  • What is my sponsorship money used for?

    Your sponsorship contributions are used to help your sponsor dog and all the dogs in our care. We can have up to 180 dogs in our care at any given time.

    The money is used to cover the costs of running the Rehoming Centre, costs such as heating the kennels and washing the dogs' bedding.

    The money also goes towards food for the dogs, training and medical care - all with the ultimate goal of finding each dog a loving home. With the help of supporters, 2,825 dogs and puppies were rehomed in 2016! Find out more about Dogs Trust operations here.

  • Why can’t all dogs be visited?

    Some of the dogs in our care become very stressed by unfamiliar people and situations. To give these dogs the happy life they deserve, we have to ensure they have a comfortable and familiar routine. For the dogs that can be visited, interaction with them is not possible, however sponsors are able to view some sponsor dogs in their kennel if on view to public in our rehoming corridor. Please call the centre if you wish to find out if your sponsor dog is on our public rehoming corridor.

  • Will I be my dog’s only sponsor?

    Dogs Trust Sponsor a Dog is a co-sponsorship scheme with a number of fantastic dog lovers like you sponsoring each dog. Your money will go towards helping all the dogs in our care, including the dog you have chosen to sponsor.

  • How often will I hear from my sponsor dog?

    Your sponsor dog will send you regular updates; including at Christmas, Valentines Day, and again in the summertime! You are more than welcome to send letters, emails, cards & gifts to your sponsor dog. They love to receive mail!

  • Will my dog send me a birthday card?

    No, sponsor dogs don't send birthday cards but you will receive a Valentines card and a card at Christmas.

  • Can I sponsor a dog as a gift for someone else?

    Yes. If signing up online, please register using your details first and then tick the 'Gift' box on the 'Selected Dogs' screen.

    The gift recipient will then receive all of the sponsorship details in their name.

  • What will happen if my sponsor dog is no longer available

    If your sponsor leaves our centre you will be informed and Dogs Trust will pick another dog who is also in need of your love.