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Leeds Dogs Trust

Poor Wonky the dog has not had a great start in life. She was brought to the Leeds Dogs Trust two weeks ago after being dumped on the street. Staff at the centre immediately noticed Wonky was unable to stand properly. She could only walk on the elbow joints of her front paws. (video)

Pixel (was Jasmine) from Leeds - Dogs Trust

Penelope at Dogs Trust Leeds is just the sweetest little dog who lacks in confidence. She can be clingy with people she knows and will need owners around most of the time initially. Penelope has a skin condition which is being treated by our vet so we have been unable to mix her with other dogs. For now, she may be better as the only dog in the home.


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Fudge at Dogs Trust Leeds is a gorgeous little guy who lacks in confidence. He is worried by new people or dogs and can be quite vocal. Fudge will need further work on his socialising and also house training. He will need to be the only dog in the home.


Jet at Dogs Trust Leeds was found as a stray and spent many months in the local pound. They failed to find him a home probably because he isn't cute and fluffy so he has come to Dogs Trust. Jet is a little shy at first and may take time to settle into a new home after a long stay in kennels.

Please help me get my Beloved Dog back from Dogs Trust Leeds!!! | Petitioner was in the hospital and somehow his dog ended up being sent to the UK for adoption and he's been trying ever since to get his dog back. He is now asking for help in the form of signatures from the public. Click for details and please SIGN and share petition. Thanks.


Frank at Dogs Trust Leeds is a timid boy who would benefit from a quieter home without young children. He soon forms attachments with people he knows and will need owners around most of the day to help him settle in.

Jingles at Dogs Trust Leeds is a handsome and lively boy who arrived with us as a stray with a nasty injury to one of his front legs. Unfortunately his leg could not be saved and had to be amputated by our vet. Jingles is recuperating in a foster home and despite having just 3 legs, he will be an energetic and bouncy boy who would benefit from some basic training.