Homes Needed

Below is a list of the animals that we presently have available for adoption. Further dogs available for adoption can be found on the link page with Stray Dog Sanctuary.

You can also find an up to date list of our dogs for rehoming on our facebook page

PLEASE NOTE THIS WEBSITE IS UPDATED WEEKLY – CHANGES MAY OCCUR
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MINI

Mini is a gorgeous Staffi cross Boxer who is 4 years of age. Mini is such a lovely girl, she absolutely loves cuddles and is at her happiest when surrounded by her human friends in a chilled out environment. She loves her play time too and will recall well with people she knows and will return her toys so long as she isn’t distracted. She can be a bit vocal/rough in her play when over-excited, but if taught boundaries and play is kept to a calm level she plays very nicely. Mini does know most of her basic commands and appears to have been taught well and is very obedient when focused. We do always recommend further reward based training to help keep her mind active and it also helps build a bond between dog and owner. Mini isn’t too keen with the hustle and bustle of a busy kennels and would love to find her forever family soon. Could you offer her a forever home? Mini appears sociable with other dogs; she has NOT met cats whilst being here with us. Mini could live in a family where any children are 8 years +



ISLA

Isla is an adorable female Staffie cross who is 8.5 years of age. Isla is a very endearing girl who loves a lot of fuss and attention. She’s a very relaxed girl who is content to potter along beside you when out and about but will still act like a cheeky playful pup who’s full of beans when she wants to. Isla doesn’t appear to know too many commands but she is still very eager to learn. We always recommend ongoing reward based training as it helps build a bond between dog and owner and also keeps the mind active. Isla appears sociable with other dogs; she has NOT met cats whilst being here with us. Isla could live in a family where any children are 6 years +






POPPY

Poppy is an adorable Collie cross JRT who is 14 months old. Poppy is full of love and although she can be a bit nervous when first meeting someone she soon warms up to them and wants to be their best friend. She is full of energy and will always want to play if given the opportunity and particularly loves to play with toys. Poppy does know a few commands such as sit and paw, but feel that she has the potential to learn so much more. We always recommend ongoing reward based training with all our dogs as it helps build a bond between dog and owner and also keeps the mind active. Poppy appears to be friendly with other dogs. She has NOT met cats whilst being here with us. Poppy could live with children 6yrs +






HONEY

Honey is a gorgeous Mastiff mix, who is approximately 10 months old. Honey can be a bit nervous when first meeting new people but once she’s come round she is a very loving and playful girl. We don’t think that she has had much in the way of socialisation or training as she is very much lacking in manners at the moment. However she is still young and very keen so we think this could quickly be sorted with a new owner who has the time and patience to work with her. Honey doesn’t appear to know any commands but feel that with ongoing reward based training she will come on leaps and bounds as it will not only help build a bond between dog and owner and also keep the mind active, but also give her the essential tools needed in life. Honey appears to be friendly with other dogs but can sometimes be a bit over the top. She has NOT met cats whilst being here with us. Honey could live with children 7yrs +



GEORGE

George is an adorable Staffie who is approximately 10 years old. George is a lovely older boy who is complete sweetheart to be around. All he wants in life is a forever home where he can curl up on a nice bed/sofa and have cuddles or sleep the day away. We think George may be getting a little hard of hearing in his older years as he’s not particularly responsive to any vocal commands and is more likely to respond to hand cues (along with a tasty treat if you have one). George appears to be okay with other dogs but doesn’t really show that much interest in them. He has NOT met cats whilst being here with us. George could live with children 6yrs +