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Sponsorships - Rescue Centres

Supporting people and pets nationwide

At Burns we sponsor 18 rescue centres UK-wide, giving animals the chance to meet their potential and to live the happiest life possible.

We believe that every pet deserves a loving home and that is why we support 18 rescue centres. Every person that rescues a pet from a centre that we sponsor is provided a rehoming pack to make the first days with their new pet as easy as possible.

Each rehoming pack contains a 2kg bag of Burns pet food, a measuring cup to help families feed their new pup the correct amount of food and a voucher to spend at their nearest Burns stockist, setting the family and their new pet up for a happy and healthy future.

See the list of rescue centres we support below and how you can get in touch with our team.

Beacon Animal Rescue Centre


Beacon Animal Rescue Centre work to improve the lives of neglected, abandoned, abused, stray, needy animals: one life at a time. They rescue dogs from all over the UK and from countries where dogs live in hardship such as Romania.


Bliss Cavalier Rescue

Bliss Cavalier Rescue are a breed specific foster based Cavalier King Charles Rescue based in England and covering the UK.

Border Collie Spot Rescue

This organisation has been founded for the rescue, care and adoption of unwanted, abandoned and abused border collies. The rescue was named in loving memory of the owner, Gill White’s Border Collie, Spot. 


RSPCA Coventry and Nuneaton


The Coventry, Nuneaton and District Branch is one of 165 branches that support the local work of the RSPCA inspectorate. Their purpose in line with the National RSPCA is to end cruelty and promote kindness to animals and to alleviate suffering, with a focus on those animals in need within the area.


RSPCA Derby & District

The Derby & District RSPCA is an independently funded Branch of the RSPCA. The Branch is run by a committee of locally elected volunteers who are responsible for the management and administration of the branch’s affairs. They rehome animals at our Animal Centre, promote responsible pet ownership and offer advice and guidance to members of the public. 


Great Dane Care

Great Dane Care dedicate their time and effort to rescuing & re-homing Great Danes and giving advice on the breed. They have been running as a registered charity since 2000 but have been rescuing and rehoming Great Danes since the early 90’s.


Green Acres Animal Rescue

Greenacres is a small, non-profit, animal rescue centre in the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside. Greenacres was founded in June 2008 and ten years on they are now the only all animal rescue centre in Pembrokeshire.


Greyhound Rescue Wales

Greyhound Rescue Wales was founded in 1993 by a small group of people trying to rescue Greyhounds and Lurchers in the Swansea area. They became a registered charity in 1996 and is the longest established Greyhound charity in Wales and the only all Wales charity dedicated to rescuing and re-homing Greyhounds and Lurchers. 


Hope Rescue

Hope Rescue has been working to improve the welfare of dogs since 2005 irrespective of their breed, age or medical condition. As a small, independent charity they rely on the support of volunteers and donations.

Islay Dog Rescue (Scotland)

Islay Dog Rescue is a not for profit organisation, operated by Lorraine Jardine and a team of dedicated volunteers from Glen Islay Farm, a small holding near Cumnock, on the South-West Coast of Scotland. They are passionate about animals and dedicated to helping dogs who have found themselves in dog pounds.  Specifically, rescuing dogs who are on “death row”.

Pettifor Trust

The Pettifor Trust Profile

The Pettifor Trust is an animal charity set up in 2004 which is devoted to the welfare of animals and have been raising funds through charitable events for over 50 years. The Trust’s aims are to relieve the suffering of animals by educating people on the welfare of animals and providing practical and financial support to charities whose work is to look after, protect and, where appropriate, to find homes for animals that have been abused and neglected.

Keeping People and Pets Together Project

Our charity is concerned about the increasing number of people struggling to care for their pets and the possible increase in the abandonment of animals due to health and economic hardship. In response to this, we have now started a project called ‘Keeping People and Pets Together’ with the aim of reducing the number of animals who are abandoned or given up for adoption by offering food support to people facing financial hardship. Burns Pet Nutrition has sponsored our project and provide the natural food that is given out in our project.

Rain Rescue

Founded in 2002, the charity has saved the lives of thousands of the dogs and cats most at risk in and around Yorkshire. The rescue centre provides the space and support needed for abandoned animals to recover, thrive and find a loving home.


Thornberry Animal Sanctuary

Thornberry Animal Sanctuary is a rescue centre based in South Yorkshire. Founded in 1988, they have rescued thousands of Dogs, Cats, Rabbits, Equines and other larger species. They take animals that through no fault of their own need a new home, assess them and deal with any medical or behavioural issues, then try to match them to their perfect forever home.

Ark Angels Animal Rescue

Ark Angels is a rescue centre which takes in animals for adoption from private homes, other rescue centres and sometimes via the dog warden. They have mainly dogs and cats but also have rabbits and small furries, including ferrets from time to time as well as occasional other species.

Milnthorpe Kennels & Cattery

Milnthorpe Kennels & Cattery is a boarding kennel and rescue based in Cumbria. They have been looking after both pets and animals looking for a forever home for over 10 years.


West Wales Poundies

West Wales Poundies are a group of volunteers dedicated to saving the lives of dogs on ‘death row’ in the local Welsh council pounds. Many people still do not realise that stray dogs only have 7 days to be claimed before the council can legally put them to sleep. The rescue was originally set up in 2007 to predominantly save bull breeds, but not take dogs of all shapes and sizes.

Could we help you?

Giving animals the chance to meet their potential and to live the happiest life possible gives us an enormous sense of satisfaction. For more information about sponsorship opportunities please get in touch.

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