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Welcome to the official website of
Forest Dog Rescue!

We are a small charity based in Worcestershire. 100% reliant on donations, all funds are used to provide for the dogs in our care. We provide much needed care and a safe haven to unwanted, abandoned and mistreated dogs from across the Midlands. Please join us in safeguarding their future!  We hope you enjoy browsing our website, whether you're looking for a dog to join your family, or you simply want to keep up with the great stories of dogs who have been re-homed or just to read about all our other charitable activities,
 thank you for joining us.

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Please support Forest Dog Rescue - 
see our Wish List of doggie gifts on

Events for 2018


Sunday 4th

Car Boot

Green Gap Kennels  
Far Forest
DY14 9DX

9am Booters - 10am Buyers - 1pm Close

Saturday 17th

Awareness Day (Christmas Lights)  - Weavers Wharf, Kidderminster
10am - 4pm

Friday 30th

Awareness Day - Morrison's, Kidderminster



AVA                                                                    BAMBI
Crossbreed Female Approx 2 Yrs                             Terrier, Female, Approx 6 Mths

BLAZE                                                                                                               KING 
Greyhound, Male, Approx 5-6 Yrs.                        Greyhound, Male, Approx 5-6 Yrs                                                                                                                                         

Carling SBT
MISSY                                                                                                            SCOUT
Husky, Female, Approx 4 Yrs                        Collie X Kelpie, Female  Approx 9 Mths

To find out more about these dogs or the other dogs currently looking for their forever home please visit their page on MEET THE DOGS!

News & Updates - Please click here to view latest updates!



Dog of

Good Luck Barney Bear!


Black Boy, Wyre Hill, Bewdley

A belated Thank you to the Black Boy on Wyre Hill, Bewdley and all who joined in the Quiz last Sunday, you raised another £42.20!! That’s just under £500 this year, well done and thank you so much for your dedication and time. 

Kidderminster & District Football League

Huge Thank You to the Kidderminster & District Football League Charity Cup who have kindly donated £1000 to Forest Dog Rescue!! 
Every season these dedicated people donate to their chosen charity and this season, Forest Dog Rescue were their charity. 
We have been so lucky to be chosen as there are many charities worthy of their kindness.
This money will be used for the heat lamps on the new block of kennels.Thank you to you all for your effort and hard work that goes into raising incredible funds like this.
Amazing and forever thankful

Thank you to all who contribute in their chosen way, we are humbled by your enthusiasm, kindness and dedication. We couldn't do half we do without you, thank you so much :)
We do try to thank everyone for their kindness and continued support towards FDR and hopefully we don't miss anyone, nothing is taken for granted and we consider this charity to be truly blessed by so many, thank you each and everyone of you. 


Why not visit our charity shops where you can buy quality items at bargain prices and you'll be supporting Forest Dog Rescue at the same time! 
We now have wristbands and car stickers too.

Oxford Street,  Kidderminster 
High Street, Ludlow

the Month


Barney came into us originally back in 2013 from a private home and unfortunately kennels took its toll on this boy making him very dog reactive and frustrated - also being such a power house he ended up with us for 2 years. It was the best day ever when someone finally came along and gave him his second chance. He has been part of a family now for the last 3 years until we heard the devastating news that his owner is moving to America in August and now needs to somehow find another home.

Here is a write up from his owner :
"Say hello to Barney.
Barney must have stability and consistency, it is important for him to know his place on the heir-achy tier. He is extremely loving, let alone intelligent, which will keep his handler on their toes within the training field. We have done a huge amount of obedience work, on command Barney will; sit, down, stay for a period of time, also here and heal with no problem. This is something that MUST continue, Barney needs someone who isn't afraid of a challenge. 
After learning about these two elite breeds (in their own rights) and having thorough assessments with Ian Griffiths of professional dog training, it was decided that aspects of the William Koehler method of dog training was best suited. Using this method consistently Barney shows no signs of aggression and is fine in the company of certain dogs, with continued development this socialisation will thrive. Barney is fine on his own for periods of time, he is very adaptable once he knows his surroundings, he is fully house trained to perfection, but not forgetting his breed and a high need for activity, he needs his humans to love the outdoors and to be very active with him outside the household.
He is bullet proof around livestock & game, although needs some off lead training around ducks and also lives with a cat. 
Barney is looking for someone who would be willing to get to know and spend some time before making any promises..
No children under the age of 11" 

So we are looking for a very active home where Barney has space and freedom to run, built up areas won't suit him at all and someone that will continue his training.

If you think you can offer BARNEY the home he so deserves, please contact the kennels on
01299 269 181

Thank you!


Find out how some of our dogs are getting on in their new forever homes.  New pics and stories added to their Happy Tails page.


Update from Lexi

Update from Amy

Update from Chalky aka Martha

If you have adopted one of our rescue 
dogs we would love to hear from you - please send your stories and pictures to

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