The Dog Rescuers
Brand new series!
The Dog Rescuers is on Tuesdays at 8 pm on Channel 5.
The show is presented by Alan Davies who follows the work of our dedicated and tireless inspectors, as they investigate reports of abuse and neglect towards dogs across England and Wales.
It features dramatic rescues, inspirational rehabilitations and heart-warming rehomings, plus new ways to bond with your four-legged friend and the life of a rescue pup from birth all the way to adulthood.
You can also read about the real life rescues in our new book, The Dog Rescuers: Heartwarming true tails of rescue, recovery and re-homing. The book features 12 inspector rescue stories taken from the Dog Rescuers TV series. Each chapter also features care tips written by our science teams and a foreword from RSPCA Inspector Anthony Joynes. The book is available from Amazon, Waterstones, Blackwells, and many other retailers.
Dog Rescuers: Gerry
Gerry was brought in after being found left outside in a garden by himself all day and with skin and ear problems.
Dog Rescuers: Red
Red’s boyfriend, as well as all of her puppies have now been rehomed, while Red is still looking for her forever home.
Dog Rescuers: Billy
Billy is a gorgeous seven year old black and tan Australian kelpie who has a degenerative condition affecting his sight - but this doesn’t hold me back from life!
Dog Rescuers: Ted
Ted is a friendly and very lively German Shepard - Akita cross, who is only a small pup at three months old!
Dog Rescuers: Harry
Harry has been in the care of Southridge Animal Centre for 7 months now and is ten years old. Harry loves a lot of fuss and being cuddled, and he’s looking for a family with lots of that to give!
The Dog Rescuers: Stripey
Stripey is a shy but sweet staffi cross who is nearly three years old. Despite his introvert nature he absolutely loves to be around people.
The Dog Rescuers: Henry
Episode 1 of the latest Dog Rescuers series introduces us to Henry, a clever pup looking for his new family!
Sponsor our dog kennels
Every year thousands of animals, like those featured on The Dog Rescuers, suffer from neglect, cruelty and abuse. With your help we can end their misery.
Help provide a safe place for dogs to recover by sponsoring our dog kennels today. For just £6.50 a month you'll be helping to change the lives of dogs and other animals in our care.