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Stray Aid - A Stray Dog's Best Friend
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Stray Aid - A Stray Dog's Best Friend


East Pasture, Durham, DH6 4EL, united-kingdom

Phone: 0300 999 4247
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Animal Type

Animals Treated
  • Cat
  • Dogs


Street Address
Apartment, Building, Floor
Cornforth Lane
Post Code
United Kingdom

A Stray Dog's Best Friend

Stray Aid is dedicated to providing health checks, vaccination, flea and roundworm treatment, neutering and shelter for stray dogs and cats until such time as they can be rehomed. 




Stray Aid is an animal welfare-based organisation whose primary aim is to stop rehomeable stray dogs and cats from being put down. We increase public awareness to the plight of unwanted animals, providing information on what to do if you lose or find a dog or cat, who to contact and how to get help.

We are creating a network to facilitate the exchange of dogs around the country. We provide and maintain a safe and secure environment for our strays until such time as our dogs and cats can be rehomed.

We need your help. Please support us.

Stray Aid is a registered charity, Charity No. 1117372, based in Coxhoe, Durham.



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