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.
NO LONGER TAKING APPLICATIONS ‘Duchess’ 5 and a half year old female Dogue de Bordeaux. Duchess came into us as her owner had to move back into the family home and couldn’t take her with them. Duchess reportedly doesn’t like cats, rabbits, chickens or sheep and can be selective with other dogs so will be best in a home as an only pet. She doesn’t like being left on her own so needs a home with someone who is around all day. She would benefit from an experienced owner as she is quite strong and would benefit from some training. Duchess would be a loyal faithful friend in the right home but we feel it should be a child-free home (14 years and over as a guide).
NO LONGER TAKING APPLICATIONS ‘Bobby’ 7 year old castrated male German Shepherd. Bobby is looking for a new home as his owner moved abroad and other family members were unable to keep him. He doesn’t appear to like other dogs and is not used to children so he is looking for a grown up home with no other pets. He has been friendly with staff and is still quite lively , though he is quite a bit overweight.
‘Zac’ 9 month old male American Bulldog. Zac is looking for a new home as he was proving to be too boisterous for the children in the home. He is VERY boisterous as you might imagine for a young dog of his type. As a precaution homes with young children can’t be considered unfortunately (teenagers and above as a guide). When he had his vet checks it has been noticed that he has some left sided facial paralysis, we have no history mentioning this so it’s cause is unknown but it doesn’t seem to affect him from day to day.
‘Bruno’ Approximately 8-9 year old castrated male Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross. Bruno came into us as his owner sadly passed away and their family were not able to take him on. He is still very lively for his age but due to the circumstances in which he came to us we don’t know anything about his background.
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