Having a pet is one of the most rewarding things you can do. We’re here to help you find the perfect pet for you and your family.
We match hundreds of people with their perfect pets every year, rehoming everything from guinea pigs, hamsters and degus to dogs, cats and even chickens. Find out how we can help you in our rehoming video.
Talk to Wood Green about your lifestyle and we'll suggest suitable pets
Meet your potential matches at one of our centres
We'll help you get your home ready for your new pet
Take your pet home
You'll receive free support from us for life with any pet related question
We give every animal a thorough health check and all the medical treatment they need before they’re ready to be rehomed. If needed, all pets are:
If you see a pet you’re interested in, it’s quickest to give us a call. Or you can fill out the enquiry form under the pet’s profile and we’ll contact you within 5 working days – we receive a large number of enquiries so we appreciate your patience. You can also come into one of our centres and speak to us face to face.
Your interest in a pet is only confirmed when you’ve heard from a member of the Wood Green Team.
Rehoming fees help towards the cost of your new pet’s care during their stay with us. Here’s a guide:
Yes. We’re always looking for people who want to help and have space in their home to help make a difference to the lives of homeless pets.
Could you offer a temporary foster placement for dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs or other small animals while we find them permanent homes? We also look for foster carers to act as midwives for pregnant cats and dogs. This can be for a few weeks or a few months.
Yes! Many of our pets are looking for companions to live with, some want to live with a very specific kind of pet. You’ll be able to find this information on their online profiles or as a part of our matching service when you contact us about rehoming a pet.
When we rehome a pet, we make a pledge to ensure their well-being for the rest of their lives. This means that owners can call on us for support and advice weeks, months and even years later.
We have a wealth of knowledge to share with you over on our pet advice pages too. Everything from training tips to behaviour and seasonal advice.
We also offer health checks and workshops to anyone who needs them. Many are free to attend, keep an eye on our events page to find one near you.
Having a pet is incredibly fulfilling and great fun, but it’s a big commitment. It’s worth taking the time to find the right type of pet for your lifestyle. If you’re unsure what type of pet is right for you, our Pet Picker can help you decide.