We prioritise dogs and puppies who have been rescued by RSPCA inspectors from often appalling conditions, where their lives are in danger from neglect or physical assault. These are the rescued dogs and puppies in RSPCA branch care that are looking for caring forever homes. To see more information and photos (if available) please just click on the “.. continue reading” link which will take you to each dog or puppy’s full information and photos then by clicking on their thumbnail photos you will be able to view larger images.
Can you offer a permanent or foster home to any branch dogs? Please see the contact details on the right for more info or to arrange a meeting.
VISIT OUR ADOPTION POLICY PAGE AT http://www.rspca-tameside-glossop.org.uk/about-the-branch/our-policies
We ask for an adoption fee of £120 for an adult dog or £150 for a puppy under 6 months of age (cash please) to offset some of the costs we incur in caring for and treating the dogs in our care. Please contact us for terms when adopting an elderly dog. When compared with the initial expense of essential welfare costs when obtaining a “free” dog or puppy from the free ads or a neighbour, such as neutering, vaccinations and flea and worming treatment the estimated cost of which is now well over £300 by adopting one of our animals you are saving money and…….more importantly a life.
An excellent site for people who would like adopt but worry about coping with a rescued dog for the first time is http://www.animalsinmind.org.uk/
Once you have chosen your dog and the day arrives to take him/her home in your car it’s really important to comply with the law and ENSURE S/HE IS SECURED SAFELY http://www.rspca-tameside-glossop.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/Transportingdogsincars-1.pdf
TO SEE THOSE DOGS WHO HAVE BEEN LUCKY ENOUGH TO FIND NEW HOMES PLEASE HOVER YOUR MOUSE OVER THE NEWS TAB AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE AND FOLLOW THE REHOMED LINK
The branch would like to thank everyone who has expressed an interest in adopting one of these puppies. We received many more requests than we have puppies who needed loving new families and would ask people to keep looking for their special rescued puppy or adult dog.
If, for any reason, these potential adoptions don’t progress we will get in touch with everyone who has sent their details again.
We have a litter of Malamute cross Husky puppies in branch care who will be ready to go to live with there new families in about 2 weeks.
They came to us via our inspectors along with mum at 2-3 weeks of age because they weren’t being cared for properly. As you can see from the photos taken at various stages of their short little lives they have done really well since coming to us. They will be ready to go to their new homes in a couple of weeks’ time.
Mum will be looking for a home of her own too, once she’s been neutered in 2 or 3 months.
This is Kayla, a little crossbreed who is just 10 months of age. Kayla is now in a foster home where they are delighted by her progress, the fosterer says that Kayla is a very loving dog and just loves to please, but she can get a little excited at times but this is just due to her still being a puppy. Kayla is meeting many new people and dogs and is getting on great with everyone she meets.
She is about the size of a Parson’s Jack Russell Terrier and would love an understanding family to take her home.
We are looking for a family who are looking for a dog that like going for long walks. She would be better with older children because she could possibly knock little ones over
If you would like to meet her please don’t hesitate to ring (voicemail) or email to make an appointment.
Rosie is a 2 year old Crossbreed Staffie. This young lady is very loving just wants to have a family to love her. She still needs a little training but is very eager to learn. Rosie travels well in a car.
Tel: 07954 122 481 Email: [email protected] Remember to include your name, contact details and name of the dog you are interested in.
The branch will not rehome RSPCA dogs as guard dogs, thieves these days won’t hesitate to hurt a dog – please get a good burglar alarm instead.
Also, we will not allow our dogs to go to homes where they will live outside, as there is nothing so upsetting than to see a dog without human interaction, spending their days on the end of a chain or in a lonely kennel.
Unfortunately the branch cannot accept Staffordshire Bull terriers and their crosses directly from members of the public, only via RSPCA inspectors.
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