Due to COVID-19 we are now operating a new rehoming process to adhere to Government Regulations and keep everyone safe. If you are interested in adopting any of the animals we ask that you familiarise yourself with the new procedure, which can be found by following the link below. You can then complete a pre-adoption application form (the link can be found below and on other pages on the site).
New Adoption Procedure
Pre Adoption Application Form
All of these dogs are being homed as pets to private homes through our rehoming process and are subject to home-checks (either before and/or after adoption) and our conditions of adoption.
NOT ACCEPTING FURTHER APPLICATIONS ‘Millie’ 3 year old Neutered female Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross (bigger than a full Staff). Millie is looking for a new home as her owners were leaving the country and weren’t able to take her with them. She is housetrained and fully vaccinated. She will need to be the only pet in the home and can be a little nervous so it will need to be a home with older or no children (14 years and over as a guide).
NO LONGER TAKING APPLICATIONS ‘Pendal’ 3 and a half year old neutered female Russian Sheepdog. Pendal is looking for a new home as her owner’s wife was unwell and they were finding her too boisterous. She is good natured but can be quite boisterous so will need a home with plenty of space and a strong owner to exercise her! She was adopted but had to be returned as she was displaying protective behaviour over a particular family member, as a result of this we would prefer a one owner home or a couple with experience of this type of dog. She will not be homed with children.
NOT ACCEPTING FURTHER APPLICATIONS ‘Tina’ 9 year old Female Chocolate Labrador. Tina is looking for a new home as her owner sadly passed away. She has been friendly with staff, is still quite spritely and other than having slightly dirty teeth and being a little chunky she appears to be in good health. Due to the circumstances in which she came to us we do not know her background so we cannot vouch for her medical background or training.
NOT ACCEPTING FURTHER APPLICATIONS ‘Oscar’ 6 year old castrated male Staffordshire Bull Terrier. Oscar is looking for a new home as his owner was unable to properly care for him due to their ill health. He was housetrained but may need some training while he settles. He is very overweight but otherwise seems in good health. We are told he doesn’t like cats but has been used to having children visit.
We are no longer taking applications for ‘Bruno’ 2 year old Male Patterdale terrier. Bruno came to us as a stray so his background is unfortunately not known. He will be castrated prior to going to his new home. He may need house training and would benefit from some behaviour training. He does not get on with other animals, which is fairly typical of this breed if not addressed early on, so this will need to be considered when it comes to going for walks, meeting friends with dogs, etc. He is looking for a home without very young children and where there are no other pets.
Occasionally we have to seek rescue places for the dogs. If you are involved in rescue and want to help please see the details of these dogs by following the link below:
Animals Seeking Rescue Help