1 Review = 1 Happy Dog

We are going to support dogs in need by donating to a dog shelter for every review we receive on our website, Google or Facebook.

We have decided to support Dogs4Rescue, a small rescue which is passionate about supporting abandoned, injured and homeless dogs. We will donate £1 for every written review left by our customers, which is enough to keep a dog fed and happy. If a review contains an image, we will donate £5, which will help cover the costs of blankets and heating as well.



Month Customer Reviews Total Raised
March 51 (6 images) £125
April 22 (6 images) £96
May 24 (1 image) £79
June 18 (2 image) £76
July 18 (6 image) £92
August 13 (2 image) £73
September 10 (2 image) £68
October 15 (2 image) £73
November 16 (3 image) £78
December 6 (0 image) £56

Total amount donated = £816



Month Customer Reviews Total Raised
January 4 (2 images) £62
February 10 (5 images) £80
March 5 (0 images) £55
April 14 (3 images) £76
May 12 (0 image) £62
June 11 (6 images) £85
July 15 (2 images) £73
August 16 (3 images) £78
September 7 (2 images) £65
October 10 (2 images) £68
November 12  (0 images) £62
December 7 (1 image) £61

Total amount donated this year = £827



Month Customer Reviews Total Raised
January 8 (1 images) £62
February 8 (0 images) £58
March 22 (3 images) £84
April 10 (3 images) £72
May 11 (3 images) £73
June 8 (5 images) £78
July 15 – (4 images) £81
August 12 (4 images) £78
September 7 (4 images) £73
October 12 (4 images) £78
November 7 (1 images) £61
December 2 (0 images)  £52

Total amount donated this year = £798



Month Customer Reviews Total Raised
January 4 (0 images) £54
February 4 (2 images) £62
March 5 (4 images) £71

Total amount donated this year = £187


About Dogs4Rescue

Dogs4Rescue is a UK-based animal rescue organization that rescues and rehomes abandoned and unwanted dogs. In the past year, they have continued to work tirelessly to save dogs and provide them with the care and love they need.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Dogs4Rescue had to temporarily close their doors to the public and cancel their fundraising events. However, they were still able to rescue and rehome many dogs thanks to the support of their community.

Over the past year, Dogs4Rescue has rescued and rehomed over 150 dogs. They have also worked on several campaigns to raise awareness about animal welfare and encourage people to adopt rather than buy dogs.

Dogs4Rescue has also been working on expanding their facility so that they can rescue even more dogs in need. They have acquired additional land and have started building a new kennel block to accommodate more dogs.

Despite the challenges of the past year, Dogs4Rescue remains committed to their mission of saving dogs and providing them with the love and care they deserve.

“At Dogs4Rescue, we are setting out to challenge and change the stigma associated with rescue dogs and to prove they are as adaptable, sociable and well behaved as any other pet. Where possible we always look to rehome the dogs that we take in. Sometimes, however, the dogs that we help are too badly traumatised/ have issues preventing them from being homed. These are our Sanctuary Dogs.”

Emma Billington (Founder)

These dogs need special care and resources so they can live a happy and complete life.


Dogs 4 Rescue’s Latest Project

The rescue’s most recent project is building a new rehab center where they can properly give support to the dogs who need extra care and training in order to find their forever home.

The organization has already begun work on the new kennel block, which will be equipped with state-of-the-art facilities to provide the dogs with a safe and comfortable environment. The new kennels will have underfloor heating, automatic water dispensers, and a ventilation system to ensure that the dogs are always healthy and comfortable.

In addition to the new kennel block, Dogs4Rescue is also planning to build a sensory garden for the dogs to enjoy. The garden will feature a variety of plants and materials designed to stimulate the dogs’ senses and provide them with a fun and enriching environment.

The expansion of Dogs4Rescue’s facilities is a significant step towards their goal of rescuing and rehoming as many dogs as possible. The organization is excited to continue working on this project and providing a safe and loving home for dogs in need.


Handican’s Marathon

In 2022, three dogs with severe disabilities have completed a 26-day marathon to raise £70,000 for the new Dogs4Rescue Sanctuary.

The trio, Lolipop, SuperBran, and Odin, took turns running and wheeling a mile each day to complete the feat. They were rescued from overseas, with Lolipop having his legs removed as a puppy in Ukraine, SuperBran left with paralyzed back legs after being hit by a car in Spain, and Odin born in Bahrain with a condition that gives him a ‘bouncing’ back leg walk.

“The boys don’t know they are disabled, they just get on with living their best lives” 

Emma Billington (Founder)

Despite their disabilities, the dogs love their walks and inspire people with their determination and joy for life.


Third Year of Partnership

This is Wire Fence’s third year of partnership with Dogs4Rescue. During the first two years, we managed to raise £1643 for the charity, which helped them cover some essential expenses, such as vet bills, which are the biggest cost for most animal rescues. By continuing this partnership, we would like to help them in achieving their goals and building a safe, fun environment for the dogs to thrive in. 

“Our plans this year are endless.  We have the new 40 acre site to start which indeed will require an awful lot of fencing as one of the first jobs.  Then we will be building the dogs’ log cabins and hopefully getting the first lot of dogs up there before the end of the year.  We don’t do things by halves, too many dogs to save.”

The biggest cost to our rescue is our vet bills. Boring but true, we struggle to raise money for these kind of essentials and so the support of businesses like this with regular donations really helps ease the burden. Today’s motley crew were in this morning (pic attached) – some of our more disabled but incredibly unique individuals with huge resolve and inspirational stories. Sherry, Bailey and Zina.

Emma Billington (Founder)


How You Can Help

  • If you are a Wire Fence customer, please leave a review and we will make a donation on your behalf
  • Donate directly using the Dogs 4 Rescue donation page
  • Visit their page to check out how you can help them in other ways


Published by

Timi Schmidt

Timi runs social responsibility campaigns for Wire Fence, helping to raise funds for different charities month by month. She also loves to do DIY projects using whatever's at hand and share the results with the world.


    1. Hi Polly,

      Thanks for sharing your feedback with us here, as well as on our Reviews page – we will make the donation at the end of the month, including the sum that was generated by you. 🙂

      Glad to hear you are happy with our service and the quality of our gabions and stones.

      Wishing you a lovely day!

      Kind regards,


  1. Great website simple to navigate excellent product and swift delivery I have nothing but praise for this company. Also thanks for helping the dogs

    1. Hi Stewart,

      Thanks for sharing your feedback with us – we’re delighted to hear you’re happy with our website and products, as well as the delivery speed.

      I will post your thoughts onto our Reviews page so that we can count it towards the end-of-month donation. 🙂

      Have a lovely Easter weekend!


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