Dog Run

History

The Home was founded in 1889 by Mrs Susan Murray as a place of refuge and shelter for stray and abandoned dogs and cats in the city and county of Aberdeen. This continues to be a central role for the Home with around 1000 such animals passing through each year.

Mrs Murray's has expanded to offer care and rehoming facilities to a variety of small animals which, for a number of reasons, their owners can no longer keep. Animal boarding has also become an important function of the Home.

It is the only place in north-east Scotland offering this range of services. Apart from income from boarding, the cost of animal care has to be met largely from donations, legacies and other public support.

Latest News

06/06/2017 - Help support Mrs Murrays....
Earn pennies for Mrs Murray's by Buying Pet insurance
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26/04/2017 - Great Aberdeen Run
Sanne to run half marathon in aid of the animals of Mrs Murray's
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21/02/2017 - New Board Members Required
Opportunity to get involved with Mrs Murray's!
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