Dog Aid Scotland


0300 365 2500

Opening Hours

Mon - Thu: 9am - 4:30pm Friday: 9am - 3:00pm

  • Our Welfare Officer conducts home visits to match the right dog to the right home. They will also provide advice when required.
  • Giving a great home to a dog in need is a hugely rewarding experience.
  •  If the dog is un-neutered, Dog Aid Scotland will cover costs for it to be castrated or spayed once it has settled into its new home.
  • If the dog is over 8 years old, Dog Aid Scotland will provide veterinary care in its new home as part of our Old Dog Scheme. This means we will cover all costs for veterinary care with exception to routine treatment for the remainder of their life in their new home.
  •  If the dog is re-homed with an existing condition such as a skin ailment, diabetes, heart murmur or cushings, Dog Aid Scotland will cover veterinary costs relating to the condition for the remainder of their life in their new home.
  • Dog Aid Scotland believes all dogs should have a fair chance of finding loving new homes. By providing this after care it means that older dogs or those with existing conditions will have a fairer chance of finding that forever home.
  • All of our dogs are vet checked, vaccinated, micro-chipped and come with 4 weeks free insurance with Petplan.
  • We ask for a minimum donation of £150 for puppies (up up 6 months old), a minimum of £100 for our dogs under the age of 8 and a minimum of £50 for those over 8 years old.
  • Dog Aid Scotland has been providing this service for over 55 years.
  •  To view the dogs we currently have looking for new homes please click here.

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Contact details

Dog Aid Scotland,
Riccarton Mains Farm,
1b The Cottage,
EH14 4AR
Tel: 0300 365 2500

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