Dogs of the month
The first 4 dogs you see are a selection of our "Golden Oldies", pups in their twilight years who are looking for a warm bed and loving home to retire to.
The next 4 dogs you see are a selection of puppies, little balls of energy and fluff looking for their furever family to grow up and discover the world with.
The last 4 dogs you see are our "furbabies of the month". Each month we will chose a handful of pups to be our "furbabies of the month", these pups can be selected for a variety of reasons, for example being overlooked, forgotten about or in their twilight years.
If any of our dogs listed here have stolen your heart, or if you want to see more of our dogs available for adoption, please visit our Facebook page or message us via our "contact us" page.
Clicking on the image will give you the dogs name and some information, to read more about the dog, please click the link attached.
If you're interesting in adopting/fostering a dog please go to the "Important information".
IsabellaIsabella was saved in 2015 but still has no one to love her. She spends her days snuggled with her best friend Finn. Isabella is approximately 8 years old at current. A girl who is only getting older and older whilst remaining unloved nd unwanted. To read more on Isabella please follow the link.
HarrietHarriet is approximately 9.5 years old and is one of our golden oldies, waiting patiently for someone to give her a chance. She is spayed and fully vaccinated. She was quite shy when she first arrived but she is now very sociable with other dogs and enjoys a fuss from people. Harriet is ready for adoption but will need patience and guidance to help her fully trust people again... for more information on Harriet please follow the link.
SamsonSamson is approximately 5 years old and has been waiting for his chance since January 2016. He's been overlooked for too long and would love a sofa and a new family to cuddle up to. Samson was extremely shy when he first arrived and was never far from Sam and Monica who are his best friends. He has, however, started to relax now and come out of his shell a little more... to read more please follow the link.
SkySky is a lovely girl of approximately 6 years old who was saved in April 2016. Like her group taken out at that time, she was very traumatised and scared and it took many months for her to stop hiding and to have the confidence to come out into the open. She has however made amazing progress and is not so frightened any more. Raluca continues to work with her...to read more please follow the link
George and Cally"The Panda Babies"- two adorable pups, George and Cally, who will be available for adoption at the end of August.
Rosie and FloraRosie and Flora are two sweet little puppies who will be available for adoption come mid September. For more information please follow the link below.
BrunoONE of our LONGEST residents, alongside his best friend Ben, Bruno has been waiting a long long time for a home to call his own. Bruno is approximately 6 years old and is very friendly and really deserves a home! For more information on Bruno please visit the link below.
BenONE of our LONGEST residents Ben, who's best friends with Bruno, has been waiting a long time for a home to call his own. Ben is approximately 4 years old and has so much love to give! For more information on Ben please click the link below.
DylanDylan has been found to have brain damage after being possibly hit around the head with either a brick or a plank of wood. He lacks coordination and a sense of what he does, similar to autism, but this boy is full of love and does have a good quality of life. In his own little world, he is happy and we won't give up on him. We are hoping to find a special home for him in the UK. 💙 for more information on Dylan please follow the link below.
GracieGracie, mum of Flora and Rosie, is a gentle, calm and sociable girl, good with other dogs and affectionate and trusting with people. She is always happy and 'smiling'. She will be available for adoption when her puppies are old enough in mid September. For more information please follow the link below.
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