As a charity that receives no government funding, we rely heavily on the compassion of the Irish public and their generous donations and support to carry out our life-saving work.
When you purchase an item from Dogs Trust Shop, whether it’s for yourself, a gift for someone else or some treats for your furry friend, you are helping save lives around Ireland. Put a smile on your face and make tails wag today!
Are you looking for a paw-pal? Sign up to Sponsor A Dog and meet your new best friend, who will send you letters, cards and pupdates! Your sponsorship ensures the dogs have vet care, warm beds to sleep in, nutritious food to eat, walks and plenty of love.
Every year, pawsome dog lovers fundraise in aid of Dogs Trust Ireland and help to provide expert care to abandoned and neglected dogs. There are many different ways you can fundraise, from bake sales and sponsored walks to more unusual things like Facebook challenges and jumping out of a plane!
Find out all about fundraising for dogs
For many of us, our Will is our last opportunity to ensure the people we love are looked after when we're gone. But it can also be a chance to have a lasting impact on the causes closest to our hearts. A way in which our values and beliefs live on. Your parting gift is a wonderful way to thank the dogs you love for a lifetime of joy.
We understand, your loved ones will always come first. However, we are so grateful that some of our wonderful supporters are also choosing to honour their love of dogs with a gift to Dogs Trust Ireland in their Will.
As a Dog Lover, you know the special bond a dog brings to your family. When your faithful friend passes away, it is a devastating experience. And one that those closest to you don't always understand.
Dogs Trust memorial tags are a beautiful way to remember a dog that has touched your heart. They can be purchased and engraved with your dog's name and a special date of your choice. You'll not only be honouring your own dog, but you will also be helping thousands more to get all the loving care they need.
Visit our Memorial Tags page to find out more