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Dog Trouble Foundation

The Dog Trouble Foundation was established by Jo to provide Education and  Rescue programmes to both dogs and people in need of support.

A major goal of the Rescue Programme is to help support rescue centres in the rehabilitation of dogs with behaviour issues to improve their chances of being rehomed.
Through our Education Programme the Foundation also helps to educate young people and adults regarding the correct care and handling of dogs  to ensure the welfare of the dog and the safety of both the handler and the general public.

Since it was first launched, The Dog Trouble Foundation has been raising money through monthly Charity Pack Walks to support various costs associated with these goals, such as:

  • Medical expenses for spaying/neutering selected rescue dogs
  • Appropriate holistic and homeopathic therapies
  • Workshops and training seminars

Our Pack Walks take place at various locations around Berkshire each month. These Pack Walks are an ideal opportunity for people to walk with their dogs on a lead with other balanced dogs.

You can check out our Rescue and Education pages to keep up to date with all the latest Dog Trouble Foundation projects. You may donate to the foundation using the PayPal button below.

Make a Donation

Your donations to help support our rescue and education programmes would be gratefully received.  No gift is too small to make a difference. Thank you.




Charity Status

The Dog Trouble Foundation currently operates under the Small Charities umbrella for those charities not yet earning over £5000 per annum and therefore not required to register, as specified by the Charity Commission.

Our Small Charities Constitution, setting out our Purposes, can be made available if required for verification.

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For further information concerning Dog Trouble or any of the services we offer, please contact us today!