Want to help us care for dogs?
There are many ways you can support the Dogs’ Homes including
- If you are thinking of adding a dog to the family, please adopt from the Dogs’ Home and encourage others to do the same. You will be giving a very worthy dog a second chance in life.
- If you already have a dog, please ensure your own dog is registered, microchipped, desexed and vaccinated and encourage others to do the same
- Please check that your fenced and gates are escape proof and encourage others to do the same on their property
- If you see a lost, stray or neglected dog, please act to help that dog by informing your local council
- Become a Dogs’ Home Volunteer — Phone Rebecca on 6243 0660 for more information (south) or the Burnie and Devonport Dogs’ Homes (north)
- Support Dogs’ Home fund-raising events
- Buy a Dogs’ Home Calendar
- Join our fund-raising team — Phone Cathy Craw on 0488 776 072 for more information
- Join our community events team
- Donate food, blankets and toys
- Sponsor a kennel or make a dollar donation
- Make a bequest to the Dogs’ Home
- Train as a volunteer educator to work with school groups at the Dogs’ Home — Phone Anne on 6248 7661 for more information
Support us by becoming a Member or a Friend of the Dogs’ Homes of Tas. Click the following link to download a Membership Subscription & Donation Form in PDF format.
You can also support us bu sponsoring a kennel. Your name, or the name of your school or bussiness will be displayed on the kennel. Many people also sponsor a kennel as a gift or in memory of a beloved pet. Click here for more infomration & to download the kennel sponsorship form:
The Dogs’ Homes of Tasmania have been healing Tasmania’s lost, stray, injured and abandoned dogs for the past 55 years.
Please help us to continue caring for those who cannot help themselves by donating to the Healing Hearts Appeal.
This fund helps us to cover the costs of emergency veterinary treatment and surgery for the dogs in our care.
Dogs’ Homes of Tasmania
PO Box 7
Check the Newsletters page for a copy of ‘DogTales’.