Charlie is in need of an experienced owner who can help to build his confidence and address his anxiety around all dogs. He cannot be rehomed with another dog or other animals. The new owner will need to have plenty of time to spend with Charlie. Photos to follow.
Shy, loving lady who would benefit from a quiet home. Not suited to a home with young children. Loves playing fetch with her balls. Needs an owner with a positive and happy mentality to bring out the fun side in Maddie. Photo to follow.
Blue is looking for his forever home. He needs an experienced owner to continue with his training. Off lead he is generally very good with other dogs. On lead, he is a little more unsure. Due to his lively nature, he would not be rehomed to a family with young children, We would consider a home with another dog.
Fun loving, intelligent boy who needs a new forever home due to a change in his owners working hours.
Would benefit from an experienced owner to continue his training and development. He loves playing fetch, cuddles at night and falling asleep on your knee. Unsure of strangers and needs reassurance on first meeting.
My name is Ollie and I will be 4 years old in September.
Due to a change in my family’s circumstances, I’m now looking for a new home.
I’m a well behaved, lovely, handsome boy who is good with people and other dogs and I don’t get anxious when I’m left on my own. I am a bit scared of fireworks and the smoke alarm, but that’s about it. I am quite well trained and would make a great pet for the right family.
2 lovely, lively 11 week old pups looking for their forever home.
Jack (liver spotted) and Frost (black spotted) are both deaf and will only be homed to a family that already have a dog. We are looking for people that have lots of time to invest in them.
Raising a deaf dog in a household with young children and/or many visiting youngsters can be challenging as a dog who cannot hear can startle more easily. With this in mind, we will only home to families with older children.
Deaf dogs can make some of the most wonderful companions but training is key to this. Deaf dogs are visually oriented, so visual cues wil be key to training.
These boisterous but lovable boys deserve a loving home!