News & events

Thank you!

Today's dog show was a great success. A huge thank you to everyone who came out to support us, and to those who stayed despite getting a little damp!  It started so well until the rain set in! But a huge turnout and the support has been incredible. Thank...

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Dog show ready to set tails wagging!

Happiness starts with a wet nose, and ends with a waggy tail. It'll be waggy tails galore at this year's Pawprints Fun Dog Show! The show gets bigger and bigger each year, with last year's event being likened to a dog festival. There's sure to be a great...

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Kevin the carrot!

Kevin is no longer a carrot! We've had this fabulous update on Kevin (the former carrot!) who was adopted by his lovely family a few months back. His humans report, he is settling in well and his new brother is adjusting to a high energy sibling! We all...

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Big Frank!

Last year Frankie found himself back up for adoption. He was a little pug dog with a big attitude. He needed lots of love but also a human to help him with boundaries, training and socialisation. Well he fell well on truly on those little paws and has...

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Trisha crowned ‘Volunteer of the Year’

Our very own Trisha Shaw scoops the PetPlan Animal Charity Awards "Volunteer of the Year" As many of you know, Trisha tirelessly dedicates her time volunteering for us. She carries out an array of roles from vet runs, homechecks, jigaw builder for our...

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Dog rescue charity shop officially launched

We are delighted to announce we have officially opened our charity shop on Albert Street, Rugby. This is the most fantastic news to help us provide a regular income for the charity and allow us to save even more dogs. We were honoured that Councillor Sally...

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“Thank you Pawprints from Pablo and us. If you’re reading and thinking of giving a dog a forever home….PLEASE do”


“We found working with Pawprints Dog Rescue to be excellent.  The volunteers really get to know the dogs well and help the potential adopters with all aspects of adoption and care for the dog”