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 (doc)
Pre Adoption Application Form (pdf)
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.
‘Elkie’ 8 year old female Mastiff Cross. Elkie came into the Home as a stray so unfortunately her history/habits are unknown. She has been neutered whilst with us and appears to have had some training as she responds to some commands. She has been friendly with staff but we would recommend she is the only pet in her new home. Could you give this lovely dog a furever home?
‘Ted’ 2 and a half year old male Beagle cross. Ted came to us originally as there was a child in the home with allergies. He has been to a new home but had to be returned after a few days as he did not settle when he was left alone, he became quite stressed and howled, causing the neighbours to complain. He was OK with the children in the home but was quite reactive to other dogs when he was out on walks. He would suit a home where someone can be with him for the majority of the time, if not permanently whilst he settles in. We have no specific restriction with children but would recommend there are no other pets in the home.
‘Sid’ 12 year old castrated male Staffordshire Bull Terrier. Sid came to the home as a stray so sadly his background is not known. He has been a friendly boy and appears in good shape for a slightly older boy and is still bright and lively, though whoever takes him on must be aware that he is in his golden years now and would love a reasonably quiet retirement. He has no restrictions pending introductions. Could you give this lovely dog a furever home?
NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPTING FURTHER APPLICATIONS ‘Jambo’ approximately 4 month old Male cross breed (likely part collie). Jambo came to us as a stray so his background is unfortunately not known. Given his age it is fair to presume he will need training from scratch. He is friendly so has no restrictions for his new home but will need an active home where someone is able to put in the time to train him.
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