Year of the (rescue) Dog

11 to 15 July 2018
  • Peggy Jay Gallery

All Dogs Matter invite you to celebrate the Year of the Dog at our exhibition at Burgh House.


The photos have been taken by a host of different photographers and will showcase our rescue dogs and their owners, plus a few of our special patrons and friends.


‘Year of the (rescue) Dog’ is a tribute to our dogs fascinating life stories; their journey from fear and neglect to their forever homes.  We want the photos to show off how wonderful rescue dogs are and indeed how rewarding it can be to adopt one. 


The prints will be available to purchase to help us raise more invaluable funds for our dogs in need.  The private view on 11th July is open to the public and the exhibition runs from 12th-15th July. Please check the website before you visit to check the gallery opening times. Entry is free but donations are welcome!


All Dogs Matter are a local dog rescue and rehoming charity based near East Finchley, who take in and rehome abandoned/unwanted dogs from all over London.  We could not do this without the support of the general public, we receive no government funding so all donations make a difference. We decided to put the exhibition together on the back of an exponential rise in the number of homeless dogs being rescued across the UK. Thankfully a change in public attitudes has seen hundreds more people now deciding to rehome a dog instead of buying one.


If you would like to find out more about All Dogs Matter and our work, please visit charity registration 1132883