Whatever size or shape of dog you're looking for, or whatever character you're after, come and meet the very special residents at The Dogs' Refuge Home in Shenton Park.
Our not-for-profit organisation relies almost entirely on donations to continue our work. Please consider helping us to save more of Perth's unwanted and abandoned dogs.
At the Dogs' Refuge Home in Shenton Park we love dogs and are committed to saving them. In fact we save hundreds of unwanted, neglected, abandoned and abused dogs every year.
With around 100 beautiful four legged friends in our care at any one time, chances are your next addition to the family is waiting patiently for you. And with so many abandoned dogs desperate for a second chance at a happy life, consider visiting us before you go to a pet shop or breeder.
If you love dogs then please help us. Take advantage of our dog and puppy training classes; use our boarding services; consider giving a donation or buy some merchandise at our online store. We can't thank you enough for caring!
Please note, that all adoption enquiries must arrive prior to 3pm to allow sufficient time to go through the adoption process.
You can get the latest Refuge updates by visiting our Facebook page.
There's plenty of pitter patter of tiny paws at the Refuge with 3 litters of pups in-house....a total of 22 puppies for adoption!
2 litters will be available for adoption this Saturday (20th September) and we'll be loading their details on our website on Thursday morning. For now, here is a sneak peak!
We'll be at the Perth Royal Show from 27th September - 4th October again this year with our Wag Bags and guest pooches!
Our Wag Bags are much sought after by every dog lover and usually sell out, so be sure to get in early. This year, our friends at City Farmers have very generously donated all the goodies in our Wag Bags and we couldn't be more grateful for their support. We simply wouldn't be able to do all we do for our dogs without the support of City Farmers.
We're always looking for dog lovers who are able to volunteer their time to walk our dogs or help with their care. It would be great if you could spare some time.
Many of our dogs do not cope well in a kennel environment because of stress or even depression. We always need foster carers to take in these special dogs.
Our qualified trainers are now running classes for both adult dogs and puppies. Have a look at how these classes will benefit you and your dog.