Make a difference and sponsor a Forever Hound today
The perfect present for family, friends or yourself!
Pay just £3 a month and receive…
- a certificate of your sponsor dog to display on your wall!
- regular updates from all the hounds, including a summer booklet and Christmas card.
Pay £5 or more a month and also receive…
- our bamboo travel cup or cuddly greyhound
- a fun factsheet and quiz to test your hound knowledge!
Sponsor a dog as a gift and we can deliver the sponsor pack straight to their door!
Why sponsor one of our dogs?
All our sponsor dogs came into the care of Forever Hounds Trust in a desperate condition and have chronic health conditions.
Your donations will help pay for their on-going vet bills, specialist food and physio treatment, whilst they live their new lives in loving forever homes.
Choose your dog
Barney was found with severe spinal problems and muscle seizures, caused by intensive racing. His constant pain prevented him from walking or sleeping properly until he started receiving physio treatments.
Sioux was rescued from a horrific life as a bait dog. She is extremely anxious however two years of gentle rehabilitation have taught her to trust again. She was adopted by the family who originally fostered her.
Bambi was found tied to a tree in Wales. He suffers the most extreme anxieties we have ever seen. His new Forever family provides him with a gentle, consistent routine of regular walks with familiar faces and plenty of love and cuddles.
Rowan was found lying in a field with head injuries and mange. He survived but lost most of his tail and one toe. Rowan was renamed after the Rowan tree – which can grow and thrive in the harshest conditions.
Benji’s story is perhaps the most heart-wrenching because of the journey he has made. His first owner kept him in a field with other dogs, with very little food and no shelter. His owner was so cruel that he was banned from owning a dog again. Benji was passed to another home, where he escaped and lived outdoors for two harsh winters and was hit by a car. Forever Hounds Trust rescued him and he is now making slow, but steady progress in a loving home.