Diesel is a very active 8 month old pup. He came into our care because the previous owners dogs would not accept him. They said he is a Labrador cross Spaniel. Diesel is very affectionate, is good with other dogs and just wants to have a good time. He would suit a family that is quite active and is prepared to carry on his training
Sage is approx 6 years old American Bulldog. Because of her owners illness we have been asked to rehome Sage again. Sage is a lovely dog but still thinks she is a puppy sometimes, she loves other dogs especially small ones and is great with cats. Because of her past history Sage finds life outside her home quite scarry so things have to be taken very carefully. Her owner walks her either early in the morning are late at night.
Rio is a Staffy we are not sure how old he is but we are saying 8 years up. He came into branch care with a severe flea allergy which is being treated while he is in a foster home. He is loving having lots of attention and his foster mum says he is the perfect house guest.
Rio is house trained, walks nicely on the lead, prefers to ignore other dogs and his most favourite thing of all is to be cuddled up on the settee with you. Even though he is older he still enjoys a walk and gets really excited when he knows he is going out.
Rio is a lovely dog and just wants a home where someone will love him as much as he will love you.
Pasha is a young cat who has just recently lost one of her front legs. She was found with an extremely bad fracture which unfortunately had been left for too long, that is why she is still wearing her cone. This young lady is currently in a foster home and her foster mum says she is very loving and is doing brilliant without her leg. She enjoys her cuddles and especially enjoys her head being tickled. Pasha fosterer says she will be such a lovely addition to any family
Daisy is a small 6 year old Terrier cross. Daisy is a typical terrier, very nosey and wants to be into everything, and know why things are being done and can she join in. Daisy loves nothing more than being sat on someone’s knee taking everything in and if she could speak she would be telling everyone what they should be doing.
Chance is a 12 month old Saluki lurcher and this is what he says:
“Hi, I’m Chance and my kennel staff tell me that I’m a lovely boy. I love to race around the paddock and like lots of fuss and attention.
Everyone says how graceful I am when a trot along on the lead but they stand around in amazement when they see just how fast I can run.
I’d like a family who understands my breed as I’m not the sort of hound who walks with my nose stuck to my human’s knee. Once I learn that you are family, I will be able to be let off the lead, but until you know that I’ll come back to you this should only be done in an safe area, or I may vanish over the next hill before you have turned around.
I like to meet people, but can be a bit shy at first, although once I’ve met strangers a few times I like to lean into them to be petted.
I’m looking for home with a well fenced large garden as I love to race around and I can jump quite high.
Because I’m a very bouncy boy at the moment I need to be in a family with older children as I could easily knock little ones down. So over 8s who are kind and gentle to their dogs please, or an adult only home would be great too.”
Because we do not know what Chance is like with small furries, to be on the safe side, we are saying no cats or other small animals such as rabbits and/or guinea pigs.
We recommend The House Lurcher for those who would like to read more about this fascinating breed.
For further information on Chance please ring 07811404346
We have 2 kittens looking for a farm / stable home.
They have been living independently under a garden shed. Since being with us, they have accepted humans provide food and do allow some contact but are not suitable for family homes. They are neutered, wormed and flead.
Both use litter trays and are spotlessly clean and we would like them to find a home together so they can keep each other company.
Advice will be given on introducing outdoor cats to their new homes.
Bella is 6 yr old Maltese Terrier. She does need an adult house or with older children. She is a typical terrier and doesn’t want to be a lap dog, Bella enjoys her long walks. We are being asked to rehome Bella because of a bereavement.
For further enquiries and viewing please ring 07811 404346
Alfie is still only a baby he has been estimated as under 1 year old. He is currently in a foster home where they cannot believe just what a big soft thing he is. His fosterers have described him as a lovely gentleman, but he does snore and drools. Alfie is house trained and is currently being walked on a head collar which stops him from pulling. When he sees another dog he does get excited and forgets how big he is so he does need some training classes, but he is very clever and does soon learn.
Alfie needs someone who is used to big dogs, and is prepared to carry on with his training. He is just a big cuddly bear who needs a family who will show him plenty of love and he will certainly give lots back.
Zeus is a 4 year old boy champagne blue staffy, he has lived with children, is very friendly and is well behaved most of the time but he still does have his boisterious side. He is a little lively and loves attention, he likes other dogs just wants to play.
Poppy is a 2 year old Staffy who is full of life and has to do everything at 100mph. She loves the water and is more than happy to go swimming. She does need someone who understands her breed as she is quite powerful and can be a very willfull young lady. Poppy loves people but does need to be introduced to other dogs slowly because of her boisterous nature she just dives in, but loves people and would sit on someones knee for hours.
We currently have 4 crossbreed puppies in our care, we have called them these names because they are so comical to watch. They are approx 12 weeks old, and we have 3 boys and 1 girl. They have not had a good start in life and came in with skin conditions but they have all been treated for this. We would not rehome the puppies with small children due to the fact that they do play rough. Sorry for the lack of pictures
Mabel is a 9 month old American Bulldog. Mabel is currently in a foster home and this is what her foster mum has to say about her
Mabel is an extra special baby who is eager to learn and very alert. Given the opportunity, she loves nothing more than sneaking onto the sofa with you for a snuggle! Mabel enjoys her walks and especially looks forward to meeting and playing with other dogs on the field; she can be quite clumsy during play but has never shown any signs of aggression. She is cautious when strangers approach without a dog (especially men) but with encouragement and time, her confidence will improve. Continue reading →
Basil is a approx 6 year old Pomeranian. This young man has come into our care through no fault of his own. Even though he seems ok with other dogs we think Basil maybe better off as an only dog. He has previously lived in a house, and travels well in a car.
For further information on Basil please ring 07811404346
Sonia is a Labrador Retriever cross German Shepherd of about 5 years of age. She came to the branch to find a caring new home due to family illness.
Sonia is currently living with a foster family who have young children and another little dog and they say she is a perfect house guest who gets on well with all the family.
She is house trained, knows how to sit and shake a paw and has good recall. Her only fault, like so many Labradors, is that Sonia loves her food a bit too much and as a result she gained too much weight due to her previous family not being able to exercise her regularly.
However, now she has another dog and children to play with she is getting fitter and losing her chunkyness.
We are looking for a family with children over 5 years of age or an adult only home for this lovely dog.
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