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Thank you for considering assisting BARRC to save animals lives.  BARRC relies solely on volunteers.  You can help save a life by fostering, donating, joining our fundraising team or helping out with kennel care and dog walking.

Further information on becoming a foster carer is below.

Please contact us if you are interested in joining our volunteer team. You can register your interest via email, Facebook or the 'contact' button below.


BARRC uses a foster care system to care rather than shelters as it allows the dogs to reach their full potential whilst in a comfortable and caring environment. Further more, it is a more effective way to train and learn about the animal, which in turn helps with finding them their perfect home.

We welcome new foster carers at all times. There is no fee involved as BARRC cover the cost of vet bill expenses for the foster animal.  We rely on donations of food, providing carers with these donations when they are readily available. 

Should you have other pets on the property, we endeavour to have the potential foster meet before placing in your care to ensure compatibility.



1yr old medium/large Amstaff x Ambull

Playful, likes other dogs, good with kids. Not suited to cats. Loves to play in water. Slightly fearful of the car. Has food allergies.


Approx 7 months old

Large male mixed breed

Loves dogs, no reaction to cats.

Gentle and easy to walk on lead.

Loves to be around you.


Approx 7 month old medium mixed breed.

Loves to be around you. Major cuddle bug.

Walks nicely on lead.

Dog social.


Approx 7 months old

Medium female mixed breed

Good with dogs, likes cats however she is quite playful so cat will need to be confident.

Nice to walk on lead and has good recall.

Loves to be around you