Guardian Angels Dog Rescue

Healing broken dogs hearts one paw at a time


We are a small not for profit dog rescue in Thanet, Kent.  At present we are only able to rescue and rehome in our local areas.  Since Guardian Angels Dog Rescue was formed we have successfully found loving new homes to more than 300 dogs

Guardian Angels Dog Rescue is a not for profit organisation in Thanet, we are only able to keep going because of our volunteers.  Being a not for profit organisation we are not able to receive funding for large businesses so we are only able to keep running through the generous donations from the public and our fundraising events.

Before any dog is adopted from us they are chipped & neutered/spayed, they are also assessed for things like their temperment & how they react with cats & other dogs in the home & on the lead when out.  Like all rescues we charge a fee for all dogs when adopted these fees help pay towards things like vet bills, chipping, food, neutering/spaying and more.

We have a no kill policy and will help as many dogs as we can wether from the UK or not.  We would like to make our team bigger and become a full charity.  We can only do this with your help and our hard work.
Without our volunteers & the donations we receive we would not be able to run so we woud like to say a massive thankyou to everyone that volunteers and supports us with donations etc.  

If you would like to make a donaton you can do so with paypal directly to 

We would also like to hear from you if you are considering joining our team of volunteers.
Show Your Support For Pete Morgan
Pete Morgan has already accomplished one major change in his life by quitting smoking as well as taking up running in his mission to live fitter and healthier life.  Now he has his eyes set on running a half marathon in aid of Guardian Angels Dog Rescue.
 "I have entered this half marathon and want to raise some money to help Guardian Angels dog rescue after adopting our lovely dog Freddie from them 2 years ago. They do a fantastic job and they are entirely self funded so every penny will be greatly appreciated by this wonderful charity and help them rescue and rehome more dogs. Please support me generously. Thank you"
The Saxon Shore half marathon takes place on Sunday 17th June starting at 10am from Herne Bay finishing in Whitstable.  Please show Pete your support by making a donation to Guardian Angels Dog Rescue. 

Please send your donations by PayPal to  Enter "Pete Morgan Marathon" in the comment box so we can keep a running total of the amount that is raised by Pete.

Fundraising Events

Win A Personalised Dog Tag 

Your chance to win a personalised dog tag for your pooch.  This fantastic prize is an exclusive from Chiara Stone, owner and designer of HOOBYNOO.

Entry is just £1 for 5 tickets Click here to enter.

Enter now to be within a chance to win this hamper of goodies from the Body Shop.
Tickets are just £1 for 5.


Before taking on a rescue dog it is important to make sure your home and garden are secure. You should also make sure that your dog has a collar and tag on at all times.  It is advisable that your tag has the words I'm Chipped on one side and your phone number on the other.  Also ensure that the details on your dogs micro chip are upto date.

Caring For Your Rescue Dog

You would need to make sure that there is no way your dog can escape your garden.  Are there any gaps in your fences or gaps under your gate that are too large.  Put away any gardening items that could harm your dog including weed killers, also keep in mind that there are some plants that are poisonous to dogs if ingested.  Preparing for any dog is like almost the same as preparing your home for a young child.
On the day you take your dog home it is important to remember that your dog has been seperated from his place of comfort and security to a totally new environment to a place with lots of different noises and smells.  So it is normal that your dog will want to explore your home and use your flooring as his toilet, it is important that you let your dog into the garden regularly and for the first few days atleast stay outside with your dog when he is out there to give your dog security and you can watch for any areas your dog may try to escape.