Our Mission: "To accept, care for, and find​ homes for unwanted, lost, and stray dogs".

Three Counties recovery continues

Three Counties have been working hard to get things back to normal. The rehoming work continues with Oscar  becoming the 6000th rehoming.


Our portacabin will be our new base at the kennels.


This week we completed the new concrete path to the the all weather exercise area. Many thanks to Bullimores for donating the sub base. And many thanks to Breedon Ready mix Concrete. Who assisted with the cost of the concrete. We are all delighted with it and it's going to make such a difference through the winter months. And will be great for wheel chair access. A big thank you to Terroll Foulds (hope I spelt it right) for designing and biulding our new ramp into the offices.
We will keep you up to date as work progresses and in the meantime thank all the wonderful people and organisations who have supported us.
You can still donate via the options on the website or by texting TCDR13 followed by an amount to 70070.
More pictures of the recovery can be found by clicking on Pictures
Dogs of the Month 
Could you give them a loving home by adopting or fostering?

Three Counties Dog Rescue has successfully re-homed over 6000 dogs and cats since its formation in 1971. All our animals are neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped before re-homing.
Before re-homing takes place we ensure that the dog or cat will be kept in suitable conditions. (See our FAQs in the Re-homing section).

A donation of £150 for dogs and £60 for cats is requested after a trial period.                        

We have to raise around £150,000 every year to keep going so donations in addition are welcome as are other one-off donations. We have a non destruction policy and never put down a healthy dog. However this means that we can incur large veterinary costs to maintain a dog's health while they await a new permanent home. As part of our non-destruction policy some elderly animals are kept in long term foster homes.

We are run entirely by voluntary and unpaid helpers.

Every penny raised goes directly to improving the lives of our dogs and cats.

Our costs are only kennelling and veterinary fees (with a small amount on advertising). None of the money raised goes on administration or salaries.

Other costs including travel, transport, telephone and website are met by our volunteers.



We only re-home our animals within an approximate 50 mile drive of our South Lincolnshire base








The location of Dawsmere Kennels is shown below

(visits by appointment only)

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