Benvardin Kennels

07518 370478

Dogs for Adoption

Click on the thumbnails below to view the animals details

If you have lost your dog in the Causeway Coast & Glen Council area then please contact the number below.

07793 029732

Reclaim opening hours

Monday to Friday 12pm until 5pm

Saturday & Sunday 2pm until 4pm

Reclaim Phone line

Monday to Sunday

9.30am to 5.30pm

"Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole"

We're here for every dog in need

dog, puppy, animal

We remain open to unwanted and homeless pets 365 days a year, and our centre is currently open to the public by appointment only. We’re seeing more unwanted pets who need urgent surgery, or lengthy training and rehabilitation. Please support our work today.

Dog & Owner Training Classes

07725 083035

The Canine Coaching Co.

Please contact Victoria for more information or to book for a class

Classes

Puppy

Dogs aged 10 weeks to 6 months

Puppy +

Dogs aged 6 months to 18 months

Adults

Dogs aged over 18 months

Kids

Kid aged from 7 years to 15 years

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

The process to adopt a dog from Benvardin starts by looking at our website to view what dogs are available. If you see a dog that may be suitable, then give us a call to have a chat and make an appointments to visit the centre.

The suggested donation to adopt a dog from Benvardin Kennels is £150. This money goes towards the cost of the vaccinations, micro-chipping and the neutering at our vets, as well as the relevant council dog license.

Each dog leaves our care vaccinated( including a  Kennel Cough vaccine), wormed, de-flead, licensed, microchipped, neutered and insured for 4 weeks with Petplan.

If you can no longer look after the dog you adopted from us then its just a matter of contacting us to make the arrangements to return the dog into our care.

If you find a stray dog and require the  number of your local Dog Warden then please click here

To report Animal Cruelty to the relevant authority then please click here

Some of the dogs recently rehomed