Rescue Support Hub (New for 2024)

We are thrilled to introduce the Rescue Support Hub at this year’s Edition Dog Live, hosted by the renowned Dog's Trust. This dedicated area is designed to support both prospective adopters and those who have recently welcomed a rescue dog into their home.

The transition from shelter to home can be a critical time for a rescue dog. At the Rescue Support Hub, Dog's Trust experts will provide invaluable guidance and support to help you navigate the first days, weeks, and months with your new companion. From understanding your dog’s background to learning about their specific needs, our team is here to ensure a smooth and joyful beginning to your life together.

Thinking about adopting? Visit the Rescue Support Hub to gather all the information you need to make an informed decision. Our specialists will walk you through the adoption process, discuss what to expect, and offer tips on preparing your home for a new furry member. Learn about the importance of patience, proper care, and the right environment to help your future pet thrive.

Adopting a rescue dog is a rewarding decision that changes lives. At the hub, you'll gain insight into the responsibilities and commitments involved in adoption. Our team will discuss the criteria for adopting, what kind of support system you’ll need, and how to be the best pet parent to a dog in need.

Note- No At Show Adoptions

Please note that while the Rescue Support Hub provides information and support, no dogs will be available for adoption directly at the event. This hub is a resource center designed to educate and support potential and recent adopters, ensuring that when the time comes to adopt, both you and your dog are ready for each other.

Visit the Rescue Support Hub at Edition Dog Live 2024 to take the first step towards becoming a part of the incredible journey of rescue dog adoption. Whether you're ready to adopt, just starting to consider it or have recently adopted, our experts are here to guide and support you every step of the way.