Here are just some of our dogs who are desperate for loving permanent homes... Dogs featured on our pages are predominately stray and abandonded dogs, let go by their owners for whatever reason. Young, old, weak, strong, we see them all. They have one thing in common, they all deserve a second chance of a happy home, a warm bed, enough food and responsible owners who will cherish them for the rest of their lives.
All our dogs are vet checked before going to their new homes and are microchipped.
Veterinary care can be very expensive, we strongly recommend that you take out an insurance policy to cover your new pet. We have a firm rule that all dogs re-homed by us are neutered.
For details of dogs arriving, and more information on the dogs, please click 'Forum', on the menu on the left hand side. Some dogs may be marked as 'Reserved', but this doesn't automatically mean they will be placed, so always best to show interest on the forum.
We require a home check/vets reference prior to rehoming the dog and an adoption fee is requested.
Tippy was one of a litter of pups who came to us a few months ago, sadly her home didn't work out so she is back with us for rehoming.
She is a typical active, inquisitive puppy, you could say a bit of a handful. Having said that she is doing very well in training with Angela Shears, with a confident experienced owner prepared to carry on with her training she will do very well.
If you would like to meet Tippy call us on 01568 760033 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org putting "TIPPY GSD X HUSKY" in your subject
Isn't she beautiful and so sad she had puppies just a few weeks back and then thrown out like discarded rubbish. Her owner is well aware of where she has been over the last week or so but couldn't be bothered to collect her.
Thank goodness that chapter in her life is over, she is now looking for a home that will love and cherish her for the rest of her life.
She has become a favourite at the kennels already, everyone loves her.
She can be a bit iffy with other dogs, hardly surprising , and can be remedied.
If you would like to meet Shilah please call us on 01568 760033 or email us at email@example.com putting "SHILAH Malamute" in your subject
Jazzi was picked up by the dog warden last week, we know nothing about her background so age and breeding is purely educated guesswork.
She is a dear little soul, a little on the shy side to begin with but fine once she gets to know you.
She is a little 'worky' type dog, likes nothing better than snuffling through hay bales etc. Maybe she has come from a farm or could be just the terrier instinct coming out in her.
She seems fine with the other dogs in the kennels, we don't know about cats or other small animals.
This tiny tot needs to be out of kennels, a foster home offer would be great so we can learn more about her. If you would like to meet Jazzi she is currently with us in kennels Please give us a call on 01568 760033 or email HWAR.firstname.lastname@example.org putting "JAZZIE" in your subject if you can help Jazzi.
It's hard to believe that Buddy is still with us for rehoming.
He has impeccable manners, he walks beautifully on lead, he is a gentle kindly dog who adores people.
His only fault, if indeed it is a fault, is that he has a very high prey drive, not unusual given his breeding, he will, given the opportunity, chase sheep and could not be homed with cats, rabbits etc.
Buddy would do well with the companionship of other dogs, he loves to play with them.
A home where there are no woolly ones within miles would be ideal for Buddy, he can scent them way off.
He is great around children and as said is excellent with other dogs.
Please consider Buddy, he just needs a chance. If you would like to meet him please call the kennels on 01568 760033 or email us at email@example.com putting "BUDDY Lurcher" in your subject.
Meet Kane, he is one of a litter of Malamute x Belgian Malinios who were born in March 2013. They came to us for rehoming as young puppies Kane was sadly returned to us at the beginning of 2014 for rehoming.
He hasn't been the easiest of dogs, it takes time to gain his trust, once you are his friend, then he is a friend for life.Kane was reserved back in the summer, the gentleman who was to give him a home couldn't fully commit until this month, however he visited regularly and he and Kane got to know each other and became good friends. Unfortunately the gentlemans' ill health has meant that the home is no longer available to Kane, so here he is back to square one having spent most of his life in kennels.
He is happy, he enjoys his life, the kennel staff are his friends, he feels safe and secure with them, however at 19 months old he deserves so much more.
Surely there must be someone out there who will give him a chance, we can't consider a home with children, not that he has ever hurt a child but we have no experience of him around children, same for cats and other small furries.
His litter mates are happily living in homes, Kane deserves the same opportunity. If you would like to meet him please call the kennels on 01568 760033 (between 11.00 - 3.00)
Unbelievably young Charlie has spent most of his young life in rescue, he has now been with us since last October. He has been staying with our trainer Angela Shears and she has worked wonders with him.
Here is what she says about him:
"Charlie is still waiting for his for ever home.
He is such a happy dog.
Charlie's needs are: love, food and fun.
He settles well where ever you are, inside or out. Loves to play with toys on his own or with you.
He can be shy when he first meets adults but soon settles. However children are another matter Charlie does not understand them and does not want to. It is a shame because they would play with him but I cannot get him to understand that.
Is there anyone out there who has a place for the boy?
One or two adults that he could love and be loved.
Charlie would make a lovely companion, please give him a chance, if you would like to meet him please e mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will put you in touch with Angela