About us

Diamond Dog Supplies was founded deep in the south Wales valleys, by two friends, on a mission to become the premier provider of top quality dog products and to help improve the lives of dogs! That’s why every order received through our website generates a charitable donation to a local dog rescue centre! Our customers and dogs are at the heart of everything we do! #diamonddogsupplies #fordogswithswagger

Chosen Charity

We are proud to announce that our chosen charity is Many Tears Animal Rescue, who undertake fantastic work rescuing and caring for dogs throughout the UK and therefore for each and every order received through our website, a cash donation of 50 pence is made directly to Many Tears Animal Rescue to support the admirable work they do to help dogs!

Find a bit more about Many Tears below or reach out to them on via their website www.manytearsrescue.org


‘Many Tears Animal Rescue (MTAR) is based in Carmarthenshire, Wales but has dogs in foster homes throughout the UK. We take in and rehome primarily ex-breeding dogs who are no longer required; those on "death row" in the pounds and those whose owners are no longer able to keep them.

We are a unique rescue in that the majority of our dogs are ex-breeders and many have never seen the outside world before. With the help of our staff, fosterers and other volunteers we provide a special and loving environment to help all our dogs adapt and find permanent, loving new homes. All potential adopters are interviewed and homes vetted and we do our utmost best to find the right home for each dog. The rescue has grown considerably since it first opened and now homes in excess of 3,000 dogs a year.

All our dogs are spayed/neutered, micro chipped, inoculated and wormed but in addition to this we get many dogs in need of specialist veterinary care. Some of the most frequent problems we encounter are dogs who arrive here with eye and heart problems, along with those with liver shunts and joint problems. Any treatment is required is financed by donations to the rescue which enable us to ensure each dog receives the specialist care it needs.’