Wild at Heart Foundation funds animal welfare projects all over the world. We are on a mission to compassionately reduce the world's 600 million stray dog population through rescue projects, neutering programmes and education initiatives. By 2025 we want to rehome 10,000 dogs, neuter 100,000 dogs and educate 1,000,000 children.
This is Darcy, a gorgeous crossbreed, who is currently in foster care in Berkshire, UK. Darcy is a beautiful little dog with a very sweet nature and she will blossom in the right home. Darcy was previously a street dog, and then later caged in an overcrowded council pound where she was living in horrendous conditions before being rescued. She’s looking for someone to open their heart and home to her and give her a second chance. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT DARCY >>
Wild at Heart Foundation have rehomed over 1,000 dogs since we first launched. From gentle giants to small-but-mighty mutts, every single Wild at Heart Foundation dog has one thing in common: they are all desperate to find their forever home.
Nothing makes us happier than seeing a dog complete its journey from street dog to sofa dweller. We’re so very grateful to each and every one of our adopters for opening their hearts and homes to a dog who needed it the most, and are always delighted to hear how our Wild at Heart Foundation dogs are settling into their new lives. If you’re thinking of adopting a dog, why not browse our Success Stores here and here.
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Wild at Heart Foundation believes that a dog can lift our mood, change our day, keep us active and transform a house into a home. They are our fierce protectors, our best friends, our support, structure, strength and solace. They offer freely what humans can spend lifetime learning, which is to love unconditionally. They save our lives in many ways.
This is why we want to end the suffering of these amazing creatures. We do this by: providing funding and incredible support to international rescue and adoption projects; organising neutering programmes, including research into new sterilisation techniques; and delivering education initiatives to children, teaching our next generation how important it is to care for animals.