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Alternatively, cheques made out to 'DogsnHomes Rescue' can be posted to: DogsnHomes Rescue, The Tree House, 25 Sandy Lane, Church Crookham, GU52 8LA

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As Ukrainian families flee their homes, many have been forced to leave their dogs and cats behind. You can't imagine it can you? Family pets, just like yours, who have suddenly found themselves alone and scared. Ukrainian rescue shelters are having to care for more dogs than ever while supplies dwindle in increasingly dangerous conditions.


  • We have now organised three aid deliveries for Ukraine and have delivered:-
  • close to 9,000kg of donations
  • totalling over £30k in value
  • Donated over 40 crates, medical supplies, fuel and hardware
  • Assisted in taking a family of four (including two young children), from the Ukrainian border to a host family in Amsterdam
  • We covered over 8,000 miles in total, met some amazing people and did exactly what we set out to do. Deliver aid and help a family.

WE ARE NOW PLANNING OUR NEXT TRIP - repeating the success of our last one, delivering aid and offering assistance to fleeing families.



 We are more focused on bags of dried food, as large quantities of tins, are much heavier and we have a weight limit to consider -  We will accept bags that have already been opened
  • Bags should be dropped off to The Tree House, 25 Sandy Lane, Church Crookham, GU52 8LA (ring the bell on the gate and you will be let in)
  • Sid & Lola natural pet shop Unit 1c, Hartley Business Park, Selborne Rd, Alton GU34 3HD
  • Pets Corner in Fleet, Farnborough and Camberley
  • Hook Veterinary Centre, Bell Meadow Rd, Hook RG27 9HG
  • Pets at Home - Farnham

If you aren't able to donate food, you can send a financial donation via the link at the top of the page, or via Paypal to (please mark your donation as Ukraine Food Appeal)

Please spread the word and donate if you can, these dogs really need your help. Thank you x


Please keep an eye on our Facebook page to keep up to date. We will also regularly update this page so you are kept in the loop.
Most recent update (11.05.2022):
After a very busy full days, we are pleased to say that the first half of our mission is now complete.
Yesterday we delivered just short of 5000 kg of aid to a warehouse close to the Ukraine border. Part of the aid has already been delivered to a rescue centre with 70 dogs in Ukraine, and the remaining aid will be delivered as far South as Dnipro and as far East as Kharkiv in the coming days where it’s desperately needed.
We were saddened to learned that one of the lorries delivering our aid had previously been used to transport dead bodies (both human and dogs) so had to be thoroughly cleaned before the aid loaded. This really brought home the horror that our friends in Ukraine are having to deal with, and 95 makes us more determined than ever to continue our aid missions. On the latest request for supplies we have been asked for dog body bags. These dogs were once beloved pets.
We are now heading back across Europe helping Ukrainian refugees. We are helping a lady with her adorable cat, and a family with 2 dogs. We are also transporting another group of 3 people. We’re so pleased to be able to help them on the next stage of their journeys.
We also hadn’t expected to bring back three families as well as pets on this trip, so we are out of pocket. However, we simply couldn’t walk away and leave them. Therefore, we need donations now more than ever to cover the cost of their care. Please give whatever you can, THANK YOU!