Guardian angels dog rescue

All About Us


Guardian Angels Dog Rescue is a not-for-profit organisation which was formed in 2014 by Ros Bane & Christine Recton after taking in a few unwanted dogs and finding them new homes.  We are a small rescue in Ramsgate, we do not have a kennel all of the dogs we rescue are fostered in the homes of our volunteers.  Due to our circumstances we are only able to rehome locally we cover the majority of the CT postcode area

As a non profit organisation we depend on public donations as well as our own fundraising events.  We also have our Facebook Shop & Auction page, there are also spot raffles on our main Facebook group. 

The new additions to our fundraising is the monthly bonus ball lottery where you could win £100 and our sponsorship program where you can sponsor a dog that is in kennels.  More details on both of these can be found below.

We would like to reasure you that any money we receive goes to the care of the dogs we do not pay any of our team for their help.

We are looking for new volunteers to join our team of foster carers.  There are many benefits to fostering dogs with no financial outlay.


 Why do we charge for a rescue dog?​


What do your donations and donation fees pay for


  • fuel for transporting dogs
  • Vet bills 
  • Neutering/spaying
  • Microchipping
  • Flea and worming medications
  • Toys
  • Beds 
  • Leads
  • Collars
  • Food some of which is for special dietary requirements.
  • Website
  • Advertising 
  • Office Supplies


Caring for your dog.
It has become apparent that while I was on holiday I upset some of you after a post I made on our Facebook group.  Firstly I would like to make an apology for this.  The idea for the post come to me after witnessing a small group of people in Great Yarmouth town and along part of the promenade.  I tried to write the post before I forgot about some of the details of what I had witnessed, unfortunatley at the time I was tired from a long day and the constant use of painkillers.  When I read through some of the replies and realised what I had written I removed the post and with some help wrote the post as it should have been.

As you now know the group of people seemed to be stopping people that were walking their dogs and pointing out to them that they were ignorant and did not care for their dogs as they should do.  I was thinking about this for a while and come to the conclusion that we post that dogs should be walked in cooler parts of the day but what about dogs that live in countries with warmer climates than that of the UK, people who live in flats and would need to walk their dogs as they have no gardens.  There is a number of service dogs from guide dogs to police dogs that are needed at all times no matter how hot, cold or wet it is.  

 My thoughts on walking dogs in hot weather has totally changed there are precautions that can be taken like not making them run, cooling jackets take water for them and keep to more shaded areas.  There are probably a lot more precautions and products that you can buy to keep your dog happy while walking them in hot weather.

This group is for positive minded people who have difficulties with their health. from invisible disabilities to the most serious of diseases.

With fortnightly coffee meetings we are all here to give support and not to judge each other.

Please note that this group is not an official site.

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