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.

BRIAN - 1 year old male Staffi

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Brian has a loveable, joyful nature, full of beans and raring to go to a new home. He would like new owners who are prepared to invest time into his training that has been started here. We have found him to be fun to work with and he is eager to learn. He enjoys agility and would love a new home where he can be with people and start to enjoy his young life. He's a great personality, highly entertaining and he will make a cracking companion.

Brian will be most comfortable in a home where there are no children.

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Ben needs calm but strong boundaries to be set. It would be useful if new owners have previous experience of large strong breeds as he has a very boisterous character and is full of energy.

With an active lifestyle and training he will make a fun, loving boy. He's good with other dogs and can live with a confident cat but any children in the household must be at least 16 years old.

STORM - 2 years old neutered male Rottweiler

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Storm is a loyal, loving dog who would be best suited to being the only dog in his new home. He has been playful with the dogs he has met here although some would find him too much for them. We don't know how he'd get along with a cat.

He requires active owners with an understanding of his breed and then he will make a great life companion. He's suitable to live with children 16 years and over.

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Lovely Lola has a gentle, sweet nature. Beautiful to look at and full of fun and energy. She will make a great family pet. She was returned to us as she was too strong for her owner so new owners must be strong enough to handle her.

An all-round great family dog.

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Flash is a quiet puppy who needs plenty of socialising and owners who are going to take him to training classes to help him grow into a nice confident dog.

Once settled he will make a great companion in any household.

SMUDGE - 4 years old male Jack Russell Terrier (to be neutered)

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Smudge is a happy little chap who has got on with the dogs here at the centre.

He has not had much stability in life so he needs a bit of tender loving care. He should make a nice little companion but is best suited to a home without children or cats.

WILMA - 4 years old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

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Wilma is a very people friendly girl who adores lots of fuss. She probably hasn't been socialised around other dogs so finds them a little scary and doesn't like them in her space.

Although friendly, she would prefer not to live with children and she cannot live with other dogs or cats. Nevertheless, with understanding owners she will make a loving and loyal companion.

TYSON - 9 years old neutered male Australian Kelpie

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Tyson is a smashing boy with a huge personality. He loves a run in the field with his favourite toy, enjoys a good fuss being made of him and gets on fine with other dogs.

In his previous home he lived with a cat whom he adored. Tyson will make a lovely, friendly addition to a family although he's best suited to living with older children.

MAX - 2 years old neutered male Staffi

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Max is a handsome, adorable boy. He is fun to be with and has lots to give new owners. He will need an active home as he is full of beans and is best suited to live with older children. He is well trained and eager to learn.

Max can live with other dogs but they need to be tolerant of his over the top playful side which makes him unsuitable to live with a cat. He will make a loyal and loving companion.

PRIYA - 6 years old female neutered Dalmatian

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Priya is a very sociable girl who likes a fuss and gets on well with other dogs.

She has lived with a cat and would chase it but when the cat stood his ground Priya was scared of him. She will make a friendly addition to an active home with older children and with a confident cat.

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