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.

VINNIE - 2 years old male JRT

Vinnie
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Vinnie has had a very unsettled young life so is looking for understanding, experienced owners who will give him the time needs to settle into his new home. He is quite a worried little dog, understandably after all the upheaval he has been through, but once he gets to know you he is loving and fun.

He would prefer an adult only home with no other animals.

Luigi
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Luigi is still only a baby really but he has been through a lot in his young life so he will need time to settle into his new home, and his owners should be ready to deal with any issues that may crop up. He's a lovely young dog who deserves a stable, loving home for life.

He would prefer an adult only home with an active family who are experienced dog owners. He can live with female dogs but not with cats or small animals.

MOLLY - 4 years old female Beagle X Collie

Molly
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Molly is an obedient, happy and friendly dog who was returned to us after some problems in her last home so now she is looking for experienced, active new owners who are prepared to work through any issues that might crop up.

She is full of life and will make a fun and entertaining companion in an adult only home with no other animals.

JELLY - 2-3 years old male Lurcher

jelly
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Jelly came into us here at the centre through no fault of his own and very skinny. He has gained a bit of weight while being here which he will need to continue in a new home. Jelly is very loving and really enjoys being with people. He has a very high affection level and is in need of a home where he can receive lots of attention that he has sadly lacked previously. Jelly has been very playful with dogs here and we feel he will possibly benefit from living with another dog.

He would prefer to live with secondary school age children; it is not known whether he can live with cats or small animals.

WOODY - 9 years old male Collie X Staffi

Woody
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Woody is such a fun character, he loves attention, his squeaky toys, yummy treats and tons of cuddles. He pulls a little when on lead to start with but we have been working on his training and he is responding very well. It would be good for his new family to continue his training and in return you will get a loving and handsome chap. He has found kennel life quite stressful and is desperate for his forever home.

He would prefer to live in an adult only home. He can't live with other dogs and it is not known whether he can live with cats or small animals.

SCOTTIE - 1 and a half year old male Shar Pei X

Scottie
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Scottie is a real character and will need special new owners to work with him. He is a bit of a clown and so full of beans it is hard to keep up with him! New owners need to be calm, consistent, fair and set boundaries for Scottie from day one. With hard work, commitment and patience, Scottie will be a wonderful companion.

He is looking for an experienced home with no children; he can live with dogs but not with cats or small animals.

DANTE - 9 years old female Collie

Dante
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Dante is an affectionate girl who really enjoys human company. She has been good with the dogs that she has met here and despite being an older girl she still has lots of energy and loves to play ball games.

She will make a loving addition to her new family although she would prefer not to live with children and will require a 5ft fence in the garden. She can live with other dogs but not with cats and small animals.

SHADOW - 7 years old female Collie

Shadow
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Shadow is a gorgeous girl who has had a huge upheaval in her later years which she didn’t deserve. She is a timid dog who can be shy with people she doesn’t know but once she bonds she shows so much love she can't contain her happiness.

For an older girl she can still bounce around and she does pull quite strongly on the lead. Shadow is looking for a home now where she can be loved unconditionally. A quiet adult only home would be ideal as she can be fearful.

Shadow will be an absolute joy to have in the home and she could possibly live with cats or other dogs.

MYLO - 5 years old male Jack Russell Terrier

Mylo
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Mylo is a little chap with a big character who likes to make himself heard. He can bark when excited but with clear boundaries he should settle in well in most homes.

He just loves a fuss; he will playfully scramble at your leg when he knows that it’s time for walkies. He can pull a little on the lead through excitement so we have been working with him and are sure that continuing lead training in the home will be sure to improve this behaviour.

He enjoys his toys and cuddles and a soft furry bed to curl up in. Mylo has lived with a dog in the past and so, depending on how the meet goes here at the centre he could potentially live with another. Mylo likes to be the boss and can be vocal and then calms down. He has tons of energy and spirit and is a truly fun young man.

He would prefer to live in an adult only home. He can live with other dogs but not with cats and small animals.

HUNTER - 9 years old male Collie

Hunter
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Hunter is a real gentle old boy. Unfortunately he was brought to the centre when he should be living out his retirement years in a loving home. He lived with a few other dogs and his introductions to other dogs at the centre have been good although he can sometimes be vocal on lead.

He loves a potter around the field and a good roll in the grass. When he is done he will come and sit by your side for a fuss. If you stop too soon he will give you a little nudge. He's a lovely old chap who will become a loyal companion in his new family home.

He would prefer an adult only home and could live with a quiet dog of a similar age and with cats but it is not known how he will react to small animals.

ROXY - 12-18 months old female Beagle X Terrier

Roxy
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Roxy is a lovely girl who has had a very unsettled start to life. She came to us as a stray so we have no history on her but we have found her to be an over-exuberant girl who loves to play and be on the go – which is very typical of her breeds. Given time to settle she will make a lovely addition the family.

She would prefer to live in an adult only home and could possibly live with cats and other dogs but not with small animals.

SCAMP - 6 years old male Jack Russell Terrier

Scamp
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Scamp is a gorgeous boy that just loves people and affection. After a potter around the field he likes a belly rub then he likes to find a nice comfy spot and curl up for a nap. Scamp feels very uncomfortable when restrained and during vet checks so new owners must muzzle him at the vets and keep on top of his positive association training. With plenty of love and a cosy bed Scamp will make a forever friend.

He would prefer an adult only home. He could live with cats and other dogs but it is not known how he will react to small animals.

LITTLE MO - 9 years old female Lurcher

Little Mo
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Little Mo is a sweet, friendly and playful girl. Although she is 9 years old she is full of energy and enjoys playing with both her human friends at the centre and by herself with toys.

She loves human company so will make a perfect companion, however she may sometimes get anxious when left alone, so experienced dog owners who are willing to continue her training will be ideal as well as will those who can spend a lot of time with her. Little Mo gets lots of fuss here at the centre but doesn’t enjoy kennel life and so is desperate for her forever home and will have lots of love to give.

Little Mo would prefer to live with Secondary school aged children. She could live with other dogs but not with cats or small animals.

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