Our centre for Dunbartonshire and the West of Scotland was built in 1960 due to the lack of good facilities to house animals in that area at the time. In the early 1990s, the centre underwent a big refurbishment and expansion to increase its capacity and capability to provide first-class care for animals in need.
It now has:
- 79 dog kennels with exercise runs, including facilities to board for members of the public
- 28 cat units
- 7 spaces for rabbits
- 10 units for small animals
- 4 units for ferrets
- 8 vivarium of varying sizes for snakes and reptiles
- An education room to host visitors and workshops.
Rehome from our Dunbartonshire and West of Scotland centre
There’s lots of adorable animals waiting to find their forever home at our Dunbartonshire and West of Scotland centre. If you’ve got a space in your heart and home for an extra family member, check out our rehoming section.
How you can help our centre
Our centres will always welcome any generous donations of food, treats, or other items to help us care for animals.
You can view what our Caithness and Sutherland centre most urgently needs on the centre’s Amazon Wishlist.
If you’re interested in volunteering at the centre, you can check out our latest vacancies.