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
WE ARE OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK BETWEEN 1.30PM – 3.30PM FOR MEET AND GREETS


TROY
 
Troy is a lovely Staffie who is approximately 14 years old.
 
Troy is a complete sweetheart; he’s a very happy boy who loves life. He’s a very affectionate boy who loves a good cuddle and will try to make friends with everyone he meets if it means he has a chance at getting a fuss made out of him.
 
 Troy doesn’t appear to know very many commands, and is reluctant to carry out the ones he does know. At his age we’re not too fussed about this and would rather he just enjoy himself.
 
Troy appears to be sociable with other dogs; however he has not met any cats whilst here with us. He can be placed in a home where children are 12 years + as he needs a calm home to retire in.

THOMAS
 
Thomas is a lovely Lurcher who is approximately 2-3 years old.
 
Thomas is a very sweet and excitable boy, he loves every one he meets and just wants to say hello and try to play with everyone/ thing in site! He can be over the top initially and in his eagerness to explore does pull on the lead to start with but he does calm down.
 
Thomas appears to know a few commands such as sit and paw, but as he is such an enthusiastic boy we don’t think it would take much for him to learn some more.
 
Thomas appears to be sociable with other dogs; however he has not met any cats whilst here with us. He can be placed in a home where children are 5 years +.

RESERVED

BOCO

BoCo is a lovely Staffie who is approximately 3 years old.
BoCo is a very sweet and loving boy who loves any fuss and attention he can get. He does have a scar down his front right leg so we believe he may have been injured previously. He gets around fine but does occasionally lift or limp slightly on that leg.

BoCo doesn’t appear to know any commands but we think that with the help of some treats and training he could pick some up.

BoCo appears to be selectively sociable with other dogs when out and about (he prefers females over males); however he would need to be the only dog in the home. BoCo has not met any cats whilst here with us. He can be placed in a home where children are 12 years +