OUR DOG HOMING POLICY

  1. We do not home dogs to people living in flats.
  2. We do not home to people without gardens.
  3. Dogs need exercise and regular walks, regular access to a park would be a good idea.
  4. Dogs can be energetic, regardless of their size, so think about how able bodied you are before considering adopting a dog.

Please Note Enquiries to adopt a dog must be made by phone between 12 noon to 7.00pm.

 


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Stylo

 
Meet Stylo.  His owner had him from birth but unfortunately cannot keep him and he is now almost 5 years old. He is fine with people and children but doesn't like cats.  He has no health problems, is fully house trained and has a fixation with sticks.  He is house trained, knows basic commands such as sit etc, and eatts anything! Sadly he was attacked by another dog when he was a puppy so can react to other dogs but is generally not the aggressor.  He needs to restart his vaccinations and be neutered which can help with.
 
Please call Barbara on 07387 100718
(Posted 09/07/18)

Penny, Bella & Rooney

         

Penny (female around 2 years old), Bella (female around 6 years old) and Rooney (male around 2 years old) are all Bichon Frise dogs looking for new homes.  They all lived together with their owner, but sadly she was no longer able to keep them all because she was unable to manage so many dogs.  Due to the owner's situation they were not walked very often and spent most of their time with her in the house. Penny and Bella were also unspayed, with Bella having being bred from, but we have now had this done, along with their vaccinations.  They are all micro-chipped.

They are all very friendly, get on with other dogs and love to go for walks.  As they were not used to being left alone and not walked they do suffer from some separation anxiety, which should improve if they find homes which meet their needs.  This means they need experienced, committed owners who are at home at least part of the day and can give them the love, exercise and attention they need.  They have currently been separated into temporary foster homes so we can assess them individually and give them any training and veterinary support needed, as Rooney currently needs some treatment for his eyes which we are arranging.  We will also provide free behavioural support to help them settle into a new home.

*** Alternatively if anyone can foster any of these dogs or offer dog walking to give our current fosterers a break, please get in contact.  All expenses will be covered by the Charity ***

Please call Barbara on 07387 100718.

(Posted 20/08/18 & Updated 29/11/18)