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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.
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 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.
As a typical German Shepherd, he needs to work his brain as well as his body, and with the right people in his life he will soon become a shining example of his breed. William is very clever and will quickly become top of his class at his training school.
Ideally, his adopters should have experience of German Shepherds or similar working breeds.
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.
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 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.
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
First posted 19.7.16
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
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