The Dogs' Homes are located in Hobart, Burnie and Devonport.
Find out where we are and how we can help you.
We offer a range of services to help dogs and their owners enjoy a long and happy life together.We Can Help You
Roll up, roll up for dog events, fundraisers, volunteering, seminars, Open Days, school excursions and more.Events and Programs
Co-ordinator of Volunteers (voluntary position) Please click on the link below to read the statement of duties, selection criteria and application details:…
Purchase an Entertainment Book during the month of August and not only will you receive FREE POSTAGE, but you will…
We want to thank all of our wonderful Volunteers for the amazing work they do at our 3 shelters http://www.volunteeringaustralia.org/news-media-and-events/national-volunteer-week/ Dedicated…
Marion Brand, founder of K9 Nose Time and Peta Clarke sought after international speaker and training consultant presenting K9 Nose…
Given the significance of ANZAC day, the Dogs’ Homes of Tasmania will be showing their respect by closing for the morning…
20% of every membership sold contributes to the Dogs’ Homes of Tasmania. Please help us achieve our goal by sharing…
If you would like to support the Dogs' Homes, please click one of the links below:Make a Donation
We regret that we are unable to provide you with direct email contact to the Dogs' Homes at this time.
If you have lost your dog or wish to contact us on another matter, please phone us on the numbers listed below.
101 Scotts Road
PO Box 7 Lindisfarne Tas 7015
(03) 6243 5177
PO Box 78 Burnie Tas 7320
(03) 6431 6199
Spreyton Park Racecourse
PO Box 698 Quoiba Tas 7310
(03) 6427 2178
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