Our current selection of dogs available:

Please note:

1. The website is updated as often as possible, but all the information about an animal is subject to (often sudden) change due to factors such as - for example - reservation, behaviour of the animal and medical assessments. To avoid disappointment it is always best to check on the availability of an animal (by phone) before visiting the centre .

2. It would be a great help if you did NOT enquire about animals labelled “RESERVED”. Should the rehoming not go ahead the “RESERVED” label will be removed. If you are particularly interested in a reserved animal keep watching the website.

KYE - 2 years old male Jack Russell Terrier X Yorkie

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Kye is a sweet boy who likes to be around people. He is good when being groomed and handled and really enjoys a fuss. He has enjoyed going for long walks at the centre because he loves all the attention he receives while out and about.

He will still need help with his socialisation skills when in his new home and, although he can live with children and other dogs, it is not known how he will react to cats and small animals.

CHYLO - 6-7 years old female Jack Russell Terrier

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Chylo is a friendly girl who through no fault of her own needs to be more socialised with other dogs as she does not know how to play. She should make a friendly companion as she enjoys sitting on your lap and having lots of cuddles; she can quite happily stay there for a while.

He can live with older children and with other dogs but it is not known how she will react to cats and small animals.

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Roly is a sweet little boy who loves affection but can be a little shy at first. He will need a lot of time spent with him to build up his confidence and to help with training issues such as toilet training, recall, basic commands and dog socialisation.

With plenty of love and time Roly will make a great addition to the family as he can live with children of any age and with other dogs although it is not known how he will react to cats and small animals.

BRODIE - 1 year old male Akita X

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Brodie is a friendly, happy character. Full of life and eager to please, he will make a fun and entertaining companion.

He can live with older children and with other dogs but is not suitable to live with cats.

BRUNO - 1 year old male Staffi

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Because Bruno came to us as a stray very little is known about him. We don’t know about his relationships with people in the past so his new owner needs to be an experienced dog owner who can build a bond and get Bruno to trust him.

He is looking for an active home with no children, and the fence height around the garden should be 6ft. We don’t know how he will get along with cats or small animals in the home and, if there is a resident dog in the new home, they will need to meet at the Centre to see how they'd get along.

MIKA - 6 years old female Saluki

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Mika is a very sweet girl who hasn't had the greatest start before coming to us at the Centre. She is quite shy and can be nervous of new people but, with those she knows, Mika is very happy to see them and will jump up and wag her tail for cuddles.

She is looking for a calm home where she can continue to grow in confidence. Mika will need a 6ft fence around the garden and she's best suited to living with older children and with dogs but not with cats or small animals due to her breed characteristics.

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Donald is a loveable little puppy who came to us through no fault of his own. He is looking for a new home where he can learn all the essential things about his new day to day life and home. He loves lots of fuss and affection but will need some time spent with him so he can learn new skills as he has no basic training.

He is suitable to live with children, cats, dogs and small animals.

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Scottie is a lovely boy but he needs training classes to help him chill out a bit. He gets on fine with other dogs but is 'over the top' with them so he must learn some boundaries and manners. In the correct home Scottie will make a lovely companion.

He would prefer not to live with children or cats, but can live with dogs depending on their meeting at the Centre as he gets over-excited at playtime.

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