Chimney Farm rescues dogs in need from the UK and abroad. We are based in and around Fleet, Hampshire. Since it was formed in 2014 Chimney Farm has rescued and rehomed thousands of dogs in need.
Our dogs come from a variety of countries and have had very sad starts to their lives. They have been let down by humans, but with the help of rescuers, fosterers, volunteers and adopters we can change their lives and give them hope and help them trust again.
Is your dog ready for life post lockdown?
With lockdown slowly easing it's important we prepare our dogs for the changes that will happen to their home circumstances - particularly increased separation from their family.
You can take advantage of the experience of two of our very experienced fosterers who offer advice on preparing your dog for the changes to come.
How you can help us
If you would like to help us by volunteering or donating, either by joining our monthly Guardian donators or a one off donation.
Become a volunteer Fundraisers needed
Make a donation - Monthly Guardians & one off donations
If you use Amazon Smile or easyfundraising, Chimney Farm International Dog Rescue can receive donations from all the goodies you buy.
Please register and choose us as you’re nominated charity and we will also receive a gift. Win win.
Dogs Rescued 2021 - 48
Total 2020: 318
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Fighting Climate Change
To compensate for the carbon emissions generated by the charity's activity we are giving financial support to the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.
Total Donated = £930