Vet Bill Fund
It has been almost 3 years since the outbreak of Covid-19, yet it is still severely impacting our attempts to fundraise. Most of our largest fundraising events have had to be cancelled and this loss of income has had a detrimental effect on our already challenged finances. We appeal to you for any financial assistance to help us pay our vet bills. Our dogs need to be given the best care before they can become part of your family! . This means taking them for vaccinations, neutering, worming, de-fleaing, and treatments for any other ailments that may occur. Benvardin Animal Rescue Kennels receives no government funding and relies on fundraising initiatives and donations to continue to Rescue and Re-home some of the many dogs in need. We depend 100% on our community’s support and we appeal to you to please assist to enable us to continue providing the best care to our dogs.
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.
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
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.
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 arrange to visit the centre.
The suggested donation to adopt a dog from Benvardin Kennels is £200 + Dog Licence. This money goes towards the cost of the vaccinations, micro-chipping, and neutering at our vets, as well as the relevant council dog license.