The Dog Aid Society of Scotland is a dog charity based in Edinburgh. They rehome dogs of all breeds, sizes and ages throughout Scotland, working on a home from home basis, fully home checking all prospective new owners.
If you are making the difficult decision to rehome your dog, the charity can offer friendly advice on its free rehoming service.
They believe in responsible dog ownership, therefore they provide financial assistance for dog owners on low incomes. The society encourages neutering by offering vouchers worth £50 to be used at your local vet. It also provides Veterinary Aid Scheme to help towards unexpected vet bills.
The society operates fully on donations as it receives no government funding.
If you would like to support the charity, you can send a cheque, postal order or donate through its website, www.dogaidsociety.com.
For more information on the society’s schemes, dogs available for rehoming, to rehome your dog or to be added to the mailing list for updates, please contact the society at 60 Blackford Avenue, Edinburgh, EH9 3ER, by calling 0131 668 3633, visit www.dogaidsociety.com
or get in touch via Facebook – www.facebook.com/dogaidsociety – or Twitter @dogaidsociety
The Dog Aid Society of Scotland is a registered charity.
Reg Charity No: SC001918