Animals Rehomed

When animals have settled in their forever home we move their profiles here. It is nice to look back and see those lovely faces knowing they are loved and cared for.

Autumn – Rehomed

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lastlurcherpup Autumn is the last remaining Lurcher cross puppy.  She did have a new home but unfortunately the family had a change in circumstances and decided it would not be fair to take on a puppy.  Autumn is 8 weeks old and is full of life and mischief.

She is looking for a home where there is someone at home most of the day and one with or without children over 5.

Poppy and Oscar – Rehomed

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oscar-and-poppy-ckcs Poppy and Oscar are Cavalier King Charles Spaniels of 5 and 6 years of age.  They came into branch care through no fault of their own but due to a change in their family’s circumstances.

Understandably they are a bit shocked by their sudden change of accommodation but their fosterer says they have settled down well and are beginning to show that they are lovely, friendly dogs.

As they have always lived together they need to meet a loving family willing to adopt them both.

The branch has volunteer fosterers who care for many of the dogs brought to us, so we do need people to make an appointment to meet the dog/dogs they are interested.

Please ring the branch and leave a message on our voicemail service or send us an email and we will get back to you.

Lucy – Rehomed

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lucy-lurcher-3 Lucy is a medium sized lurcher of about 3 years of age.  She came to the branch in July, heavily pregnant and gave birth to 7 healthy puppies the following week.   All her puppies have now been reserved and Lucy is hoping that she too will soon be offered a caring forever family home.   She will be ready to go to live with her forever family soon.

This is what Lucy would say if she could talk

I’m Lucy and I haven’t had the best start in life.  In fact, up until now, I don’t think it could be considered a life. 

Anyway, things have changed, I have a soft comfy bed, as much food as I can eat, clean water and humans who speak softly to me.  I was made to have several litters of pups but all that’s coming to an end. Iv just raised my last ever litter. I’m about 3 or 4 years old. I’m kind and gentle, although in my past I was made to chase and catch small furry animals so I need to learn that has to stop.

I desperately want to find a loving family who will love me and show me how life should be. They will need to be patient with me as I’m quite nervous of loud noises and scared of lots of things. My foster mum is helping me to overcome my fears and I am getting better by the day. I love other dogs and can play chase with them for hours. I just need a second chance.”

If you would like to meet Lucy please don’t hesitate to make and appointment by contacting the branch.


Lurcher puppies – All rehomed

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lurcherpuppies_ We currently have 7 Lurcher puppies that will be looking to go to their new homes in 4 weeks time.  We have 2 boys and 5 girls.  These puppies have all been born in our care so mum is still looking after them.  If interested you would be able to come and reserve one but they are not ready to go their new homes until the 31st August.  They will be medium to large dogs when adults

lurcher-expectant-mum This is their lovely mum in waiting, Lucy, who will also be looking for home.

Frankie – Rehomed

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bty Frankie is a 1 year old Crossbreed.  He is full of energy, and just wants to say hello to everything.  He has now been with us a couple of weeks and everyone likes him, unfortunately he has been passed from pillar to post so he is now looking for his forever home where he can start is new life.  He is such a nice boy and once he has calmed down after saying hello he is well behaved.  He would suit someone who wants to add to the training he has already received, he knows sit and paw and as he is very bright I am sure he will soon learn many more commands.

First posted 19.7.16

Kaden – Rehomed

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kaden7 We are making an urgent plea for a foster placement or forever home for Kaden.  He is a 3 year old lurcher who is finding life in kennels unbearable.  As a result he is becoming more and more unhappy and scared the longer he’s behind bars.  His carers are lovely but they can’t be there for this lovely boy all the time so we would love to hear from a family willing to take him as a fostered dog for while until he finds a forever new home.  Ideally his foster family would be around most of the time and perhaps have another medium to large dog who will befriend him.   An adult only home or one with children over 10 and where there are no cats or other small furries is needed.

Poor Kaden came into our care in April this year.  He was extremely thin at the beginning of his stay with us as can be seen from his photos.  He has now put on weight and is looking very handsome.

“The House Lurcher” is a book we can recommend for those who are interested in adopting a lurcher, perhaps for the first time.

First posted on 1.4.18

Teddy – Rehomed

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bty Teddy is a 3 year old Pomeranian.  He has come into our care due to his owners’ change in circumstances.  Teddy is a looking for an active home where he can go for long walks,  but then come home for a cuddle.

For further enquiries and viewing please ring 07811 404346

first published 19.7.18

Chloe – Rehomed

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chloechih Chloe is a 2 year old tiny Chihuahua.  She is very dainty and a little timid, so she needs a home where the garden is very secure as she will fit through the smallest of gaps, and one with no small children because she is timid she finds children running around and shouting quite frightening.  Chloe loves her cuddles and would benefit from the company of another dog as she has always lived with other dogs.  She is currently in a foster home where she is house trained and is being a model house guest

Nigel – Rehomed

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nigelchow1 Nigel is a 2 year old Chihuahua and has come into our care through no fault of his own.  He is very affectionate.  Would suit someone who enjoys to walk, and has plenty of time to spend with him,  we think he would really enjoy the company of another dog as he has come from a home where there were other Chihuahuas

For further enquiries and viewing please ring 07811 404346

 

 

Pepper – Rehomed

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pepperoldham7 Pepper is a 6 year old Mastiff cross who, came to us due to her owner’s change of circumstances.  She has been in branch care for quite a while now but here she is enjoying her head being tickled.

She is very loving when she gets to know you she just needs a few minutes when she meets someone new.

Pepper is turning into a beautiful young lady who is learning to ignore other dogs and her favourite thing is splashing in the water, it is lovely to watch her enjoying herself. She would benefit from an owner who knows Mastiff types and a home with no small children as she does get rather giddy sometimes

 

First posted: 24.4.2018

 

Nancy – Rehomed

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nancy-hd2 Nancy is a 5 year old Lurcher who has come into our care through no fault of her own.   She has had several litters previously and is now ready to become a much loved family dog.   She will need time and patience as she is still very submissive and hand shy but she is improving as time goes by.

Nancy is currently in foster care where she is learning to live in a house and her fosterer says that she has discovered that sofa lounging is the best thing ever.    She is a bit of an escape artist so a well fenced garden is needed, although this needn’t be all around a very large garden, just the area near your kitchen door so that she can be let out without worries.

She is good with people but is still quite shy and submissive when approaching new humans.   So, a family with children over 11 is preferred and one with a friendly established dog if possible.

Nancy is good with other dogs but it’s important to be aware that in her previous life she was encouraged to chase so is not cat safe.   A home which is cat and small furry free is essential.

First posted 26.6.18

Lucy – Rehomed

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lucywilmslow Lucy is a 1 year old Staffordshire bull terrier crossed with a Collie.  This young lady came in with her sister Skylar.  They are both such good dogs, they love people and have been good with other dogs they have met

 

For further enquiries and viewing please ring 07811 404346

First posted: 10.6.18

Skylar – Rehomed

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skylar Skylar is a 1 year old Staffordshire bull terrier crossed with a Collie.  This young lady came in with her sister Lucy.  They are both such good dogs, they love people and have been good with other dogs they have met

For further enquiries and viewing please ring 07811 404346

First posted 1.7.18

 

Marley – Rehomed

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bty Marley is a 7 year old large Crossbeed.  He has come into our care due to his owners ill health.  He is house trained loves his cuddles and is good with other dogs.  And as you can see from his picture he has a very cute face

First posted 26.6.18

Thomas – Rehomed

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thomasej7 Thomas is approximately 6 years old and was originally from another rescue where he was found feral and in an emaciated state.

This is what his owner has to say about him. “He was in their kennels down south for a long time with no interest in him, so it was suggested that he be moved up to Manchester. That was where I found him. When he came here he was very scared but first night followed me into the bedroom an never looked back. He gradually got used to people. Now he loves everybody . The other rescue thought he had been homeless for two or thee years. Thomas is a lovely, gentle dog, very obedient, very clean. He eats dried food, grazing a bit at a time. When I’m out, he sleeps in a cage which is kept open during the day and which he goes in and out of. It will break my heart to lose him, but I have no alternative. Whoever he goes to will be lucky to get him.”

Unfortunately his owner can no longer keep him as he has to go into sheltered accommodation.  Thomas does bark a lot when he sees another dog.

First posted 6.6.18

Jasper – Rehomed

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jasper-jrt-2 Jasper, a slightly older gentleman of 13, seeks soft comfy sofa to enjoy retirement on and human slaves to wait on him hand and foot while he watches daytime television.

Humans must be able to endure loud snoring and grumpy behaviour.  Due to lack of teeth (only 3 remaining) the human must be willing to provide soft food, ideal hand delivered.

In exchange for these services you will will be repaid with excellent house manners, impeccable lead behaviour and the odd grunt of thanks.

Please contact the branch for our elderly pet adoption scheme’s terms and conditions.

Teddy – Rehomed

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teddylurcher1 Teddy is an 18 month old rough coated lurcher.  He has come into our care due to no fault of his own. Teddy has kind eyes and a beautiful nature, he loves to follow you around and will come when called and even puts his head into his collar to be put on.

He needs a family who love to walk, who have someone at home most of the time, perhaps have another friendly dog already and have children over 8 as he is quite a bouncy boy. But, they mustn’t have cats or other small furries due to Teddy’s background when he was encouraged to chase them.

First posted 26.6.18

Khaleesi – Rehomed

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khaleesi-3 Khaleesi, is a 20 month old Alaskan Malamute cross, as beautiful as her “Game of Thrones” namesake, who came to the branch heavily pregnant.  She gave birth later that evening to 4 beautiful puppies who have all gone to their new homes now and so Khaleesi is looking for a forever family of her own.

She came from the same unsuitable home with the other mums and we think that this  may have been a first time litter.  Luckily for Khaleesi she and her puppies received all the care they needed from day one.

We are looking for home, with no cats or other small furries, where she will be the only much loved companion and where there is someone at home most of the time.  She is the most needy of the adults as she hasn’t experienced a loving home in her short life.

An adult only family is needed for Khaleesi, or one with children over 10 years of age, simply due to her size, as she could easily knock or pull a smaller child over is essential as is one with experience of her breed or other large independent dogs.

 

Please read up about the breed’s needs and care before contacting the branch to express your interest in meeting her.

First posted 23.6.18

Ginger – Rehomed

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Ginger, who is just 3 years old, came into branch care when his previous owners simply threw him out into the street.  An animal collection officer took him to the Greater Manchester Hospital where he received all the care he needed before being sent to us to find a loving new home.

All Ginger wants is a forever home with a loving family who won’t discard him along with their household rubbish.

If you would like to meet him please visit Bowler’s cattery.

Suzi – Rehomed

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Suzi is a 3 year old kitty, who was no longer wanted by her owners who had taken her to the RSPCA’s Greater Manchester Animal Hospital.

She has now come to the branch to find a family who very much want a lovely little cat like Suzi.

Suzi is still very nervous but, once she has settled in and her new humans show her that she is safe with them, we are confident that she will become a loving little companion.

To meet Suzi please visit Bowler’s Cattery