This dogs for rehoming page was last updated April 2019. This may not be the most up to date list of available dogs so please do fill in our Adoption Application and we can find your most suitable match of dogs for rehoming.
Billy came to us from a Local Authority pound where he had served his time and was due to be put to sleep. He is about 2 years old and a very gentle boy who is quite fond of cuddles. He loves his food and toys and will make a great family pet. Like many lurchers however he does have quite a high prey drive and so he can’t live with small furries or cats. Great to walk on the lead and then happy to just become a couch potato! Can you offer this lovely lad a loving home? If so please complete our application form in the first instance.
Stanley came to us from a Local Authority pound when his time was up and he was due to be put to sleep. His previous owner when called said he didn’t want him back. We can’t imagine why as Stanley is a lovely lad. A little shy at first but then loves nothing better than just putting his head in your hands for a stroke. He is two and a whippet x lurcher. He is gentle on the lead and good with other dogs. Like most lurchers however he does have a strong prey drive and so he couldn’t live with any small furries or cats. A lovely lad who will be a fantastic family dog. If you can give him a loving couch to curl up on please complete our application form in the first instance.
Ralph is a tri-coloured JRT who is 20 months old and looking for a loving home. Ralph was surrendered to the rescue as he is quite excitable and when jumping up can still mouth. However there is no aggression in him and he is quite a character! He loves playing with his tennis ball and will bring it back to you all day if you would let him. A lovely little lad who would benefit from an experienced terrier home who have the time and patience to give this lad the stimulation he needs. Don’t think he will be waiting long! If you can offer him a loving home then please complete our Adoption Application in the first instance.