Where is Birmingham Dogs Home? Seven dogs and puppies looking for a forever home in Birmingham
Animal charity Birmingham Dogs Home is home to several dogs and puppies who need a home and they are located not too far from the city centre.
Where is Birmingham Dogs Home? Just 10 miles from Birmingham city centre, the animal rescue service is located in Catherine De Barnes Lane, Catherine-de-Barnes, Hampton in Arden, Solihull. It is open from 11am to 4pm every day except Monday.
For those looking for a dog to adopt, Birmingham Dogs Home has several “patient pooches” looking for a forever home. The team at the animal charity is there to help adopters through every step of the way to assist in finding a new best friend.
Established in 1892, this animal charity is home to dogs of different sizes, ages and temperaments and they take care to match you with a dog to suit your family and lifestyle. As an adopter, it is recommended to research as many breeds as you can to find out what characteristics you would like and find out more about each breeds requirements. Here are seven dogs currently looking for a forever home at Birmingham Dogs Home:
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