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.

BLIZZARD – 4 year old male Husky x Malamute

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Blizzard is a handsome fluffy boy, who is going to need owners with experience of the breeds and their traits. He has been treated like a baby and has had no training or discipline, therefore new owners will need to set clear boundaries from the start, as he is very strong willed. With patience and understanding, he will become a loving, loyal companion.

Blizzard needs an adult only home. He can live with other dogs but not with cats or small animals.

DRAY – 4 year old male Mastiff

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Dray is a big soft pudding of a boy – a real gentle giant, who loves his cuddles and human company. Typical of his breed he likes to give the most loving, but very wet drooley kisses! Dray is a firm favourite with the staff here and always puts a smile on our faces. He will need strong owners who are confident with large breeds as he is extremely strong.

Dray can live with secondary school aged children or older. He can live with other dogs but it is not known if he can live with cats.

Murphy
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Murphy is a lovely youngster with a strong character in addition to being both intelligent and having bags of energy. His strong character would mean it is essential for new owners to set boundaries in the home along with exercise and enrichment to keep him mentally stimulated. Murphy would therefore benefit greatly from basic training and continued socialisation. Murphy is a super lad with lots of potential who loves to play fetch with tennis balls together with receiving lots of fuss.

Murphy can live with secondary school aged children or older but cannot live with other dogs or cats.

Bella
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Bella is a wonderful girl with so much potential. She is looking for dedicated owners to continue with her training and socialisation as she seems to lack confidence when meeting other dogs but has enjoyed making friends at the centre. Bella will need strong boundaries to be set in place with lots of exercise and stimulation to keep her a happy girl. Bella is sure to become a loving and loyal companion for her new forever family.

Bella can live with secondary school aged children or older. She can live with other dogs but it is not known if she can live with cats.

JASPER – 1 year old male Cairn Terrier

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Jasper is a cute scruffy boy, with a quirky little character. He has unfortunately had very little training, so new owners will need to invest time into him setting clear firm boundaries. He will also need more socialisation around dogs. He will be a fun, energetic companion and will always put a smile on your face.

Jasper needs to be the only animal in the house and can live with secondary school age children or older.

HOMER – 7 year old Lurcher

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Homer is a friendly and affectionate chap who hasn’t had an easy start to life. He loves his creature comforts and would have cuddles all day long. Homer always looks a little sad, but we are sure once he has settled in with his new family and experienced a few adventures with them, that this will change. Being a middle-aged chap, Homer is looking for a fairly active home with a comfy sofa to curl up on at the end of the day!

Homer can live with a female dog but not cats. He can live with secondary school aged children.

Pearl
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Pearl is a pretty little lady, with a big character! She can be uneasy around other dogs so continued socialisation with other dogs would greatly benefit her. She would also benefit from some basic training to help her blossom into a superb dog.

Pearl is in need of new owners who have experience of owning terriers. Once settled into her forever home, Pearl is sure to show her true mischievous and fun loving side and would make a lovable companion.

Pearl can live with secondary school aged children and will need to be the only pet.

MITCH – 6 year old male Collie x Spaniel

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Mitch is a special boy who can be wary of new people and situations at first. He is looking for an experienced home with owners who can give him time to settle and have a routine that is not set to change, as he really needs consistency in his life. Mitch knows his commands well and really enjoys playing with his toys. At the Centre we have been building up his social skills and new owners will need to be confident and willing to continue this training in his new home, with both humans and steady social canine friends. In the right home he will make a fun, loving and rewarding companion.

Mitch is looking for an adult only home with no other cats or dogs.

ROXY – 4 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

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Roxy is a loving and excitable girl who hasn't had the best start in life. She is looking for an experienced forever home with owners who can set firm boundaries and continue to keep her well socialised.

Roxy is a real chatterbox and would love to be the only dog in the home so she can enjoy her owners attention all to herself.

Roxy needs an adult (16+) home and will need to be the only pet.

DINO – 2 year old male Lurcher

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Dino is a highly energetic young boy who arrived here after he was transferred from another centre. He has found kennel life pretty tough at times and is now hopeful he will find his perfect family here in Cornwall. This handsome boy is full of life and energy and loves nothing more than a good run around with his canine friends. Dino is looking for an active and experienced home with owners who are willing to keep up with his training to ensure he reaches his full potential.

Dino can live with secondary school aged children or older and can potentially live with another dog. Dino is not suitable to live with cats and/or small animals.

Mindy
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Mindy is a sweet and affectionate girl who came into the centre along with her brothers and sister. She is looking for loving and patient new owners who can set clear boundaries and who are prepared to continue with her training and socialisation. She will make a fun and playful family companion.

Mindy can live with primary school aged children or older and she can live with other dogs. It is not known if she can live with cats or small animals.

Bodger
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Bodger is a fun loving, easy going terrier. He is very bouncy and on the go all the time. Bodger would highly benefit from training classes as he has limited manners and commands but still needs guidance to become a well-rounded little boy.

Bodger is great on the lead and a joy to have around, he is a happy dog who will bring a lot of smiles to any family who take him home.

Bodger can live with secondary school aged children or older. He can live with other dogs but not with cats.

Maggiie
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Maggie is a beautiful young lady with a personality to match. New owners will need to be understanding and patient with Maggie who due to a lack of early socialisation is nervous of the outside world but once she is familiar she is much more relaxed. Maggie would therefore benefit from basic training and continued socialisation to help build her confidence. Maggie will be the perfect companion for owners that are willing and able to put in the time and patience that she needs.

Maggie can live with secondary school aged children and older. She can live with other dogs but it is not known if she can live with cats.

Jem
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You will struggle to find a more affectionate dog than little Jem. She loves nothing more than cuddles and is always close by your side. Jem has missed out on love and attention previously but is definitely making up for it now. Once she gets to know you, she shows her cheeky side and loves a good run off lead in the field. She is unsure of how to play with toys but is starting to enjoy playing with her new doggy pals. The little beauty has so much love to give and will make a fun and friendly addition to her new home.

Jem can live with secondary school aged children or older. She can live with dogs but it is not known if she can live with cats.

BARNEY – 1 year old male GSD X

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Barney is an exuberant boy who is very happy to learn new things. He can be quite timid when he first meets people but once he gets to know you, you will have a friend for life. He is an active boy who loves a good run around the field but will always come back for a fuss.

He would benefit from training classes to keep him socialised with people and dogs and to help him bond with his new owners. Barney would make a fun addition to his new home and will always be ready for adventures!

Barney needs an adult only home and could possibly live with another dog. It is not known if he can live with cats or small animals.

Queenie
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Queenie is a sweet little girl, with a big personality. She can be uneasy with other dogs, therefore continued socialisation and basic training would greatly benefit her to develop into a special little lady.

Queenie will need to be rehomed to owners who have experience with terriers and once settled, will make a rewarding and fantastic companion. Queenie can live with secondary school aged children and will need to be the only pet.

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