Telephone

0300 365 2500

Opening Hours

Mon - Fri: 9-4:30

You can help us rescue dogs in need
The Society’s dogs come vaccinated, micro-chipped and neutered. You will feel great achievement watching a rescue dog settle into your home enjoying their new life with you.
We Help Dogs Find New Homes
Dog Aid Scotland is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) based in Edinburgh. Founded in 1956, we re-home dogs and promote responsible dog ownership throughout Scotland.
We believe in responsible dog ownership
Dog Aid Scotland provide schemes to financially assist owners on low incomes with neutering and veterinary costs.
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About Us

Dog Aid Scotland is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO). Our premises are based in Edinburgh.
We re-home dogs on a home from home basis. We do not have kennel facilities so ask you to look after the dog until a new home can be found. This means your dog will go straight into its new home alleviating the stress and anxiety a lot of dogs suffer when going into kennels. Please check our Dog Re-Homing page for more details..

Our Mission

To find loving new homes for dogs which cannot be maintained in their present homes and which might otherwise be euthanased. To give information on every aspect of dog ownership.To provide Veterinary Aid for those in need. To help reduce the number of unwanted dogs by providing Neutering Vouchers. To encourage responsible dog ownership by providing dog waste disposal bags as part of the Society’s Dog Fouling Project.

Now Available - 2023 Dog Aid Scotland Calendar

We had a great response for our online calendar competition and had so many stunning entries. It was tough to choose the winners, however we have 12 beautiful pictures, one for each month and then decided to include 2 pages of a montage to feature all of the other entries.
Dog Aid Scotland is a registered charity and since 1956 has been providing support and assistance for dog owners across Scotland in a number of ways. We can provide financial assistance for unexpected vet bills or make a contribution towards dogs being neutered to prevent unwanted pups. We also provide information and guidance on responsible dog ownership as well as training and our unique rehoming service when necessary.
Thank you for supporting the work of Dog Aid Scotland - where dogs come first!
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Adopt a dog

We ask for a fee of £70 if you re-home one of our dogs. The society prefers not to re-home dogs to people who are working full time unless the dog has been accustomed to this and is happy with the routine of being left. At any one time there may be a few people applying for the same dog, therefore, we try to re-home the dog to the prospective owner whose circumstances best match the dog’s needs. Please note we only re-home within Scotland.
PLEASE NOTE: THE SOCIETY DOES NOT HAVE KENNEL FACILITIES, ALL OF THE DOGS WE HAVE AVAILABLE FOR RE-HOMING STAY WITH THEIR CURRENT OWNER WHILE WE LOOK FOR A NEW HOME.

Neutering Scheme

The Society provides neutering vouchers for dog owners on low incomes.
Last year, DAS helped 329 dogs with our Neutering scheme.
Our Neutering Scheme has helped 0
Dogs so far in 2022

Veterinary Aid Scheme

If you find yourself with an unexpected vet bill that you are unable to cover due to low income we may be able to assist
Last year, DAS helped 98 dogs with our Vet Aid Scheme.
Our Vet Aid Scheme has helped 0
Dogs so far in 2022

Bequeath Service

The Society also provides a dog bequeath service called Forever After.

Consider us in your Will

The greatest part of the Society’s work is possible because of the funding we receive from Legacies

Become a member

You can become an annual member of the Society
It costs £10 for a single and £15 for a joint annual membership

Why use us?

The Society believes all dogs should have a fair chance of finding loving new homes

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Contact details

60 Blackford Avenue
Edinburgh
EH9 3ER
Tel: 0300 365 2500

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