Our current selection of dogs available:
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.
Clyde is a friendly and affectionate boy who was transferred from another centre with his litter mate. Clyde has a playful personality and is looking for a loving new home to call his own with owners who can set clear boundaries and are prepared to continue his training and socialisation. In return they will be rewarded with a fun loving and loyal companion.
He can live with children of any age and can live with cats and other dogs.
DAX – 1 year old male Greyhound x Saluki
Dax is a handsome young chap who came into the Centre through no fault of his own. This sensitive soul has found kennel life particularly stressful and is now looking for a warm and loving home to call his own. Dax can seem a little worried at first when meeting other dogs but quickly comes out of his shell and enjoys playing. Dax will make a fantastic loving and loyal family companion.
Dax can live with primary school aged children or older, may be able to live with another dog and/or a cat.
MARLEY – 4 year old female Siberian Husky
Marley is a gorgeous girl who was returned to the centre through no fault of her own. This special lady is full of affection and thoroughly enjoys being out and about. She likes her own independence and cannot wait to get back to her home comforts where she can relax and snuggle with her new owners. Marley will make a loving addition to her new family.
Marley can live with secondary school aged children or older. She may be able to live with another dog but cannot live with cats.
ZOG – 1 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier X Whippet
Meet the lovely Zog! This super playful young boy was transferred from another centre and is really starting to enjoy life here in Cornwall.
Zog has bundles of energy and will happily entertain himself with toys or engage in a game of fetch. He can be a little boisterous at times and enjoys playing rough and tumble with his canine friends. He is looking for an experienced home with owners who can continue his training and socialisation. Zog will make a fun family companion.
Zog can live with secondary school age children or older. He can possibly live with another dog but it is not known if he can live with cats.
MAX – 7 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Max is a friendly chap, and despite having only 3 legs still manages to run around happily without letting this get him down. In fact, we think it makes him more appealing and brave hearted. It is not known how he lost his leg but this doesn’t stop him from being the fun, loving character we’ve all fallen for. He will need understanding owners to take care of him and give him a loving home where he can finally feel settled and looked after.
Max can live with primary school aged children or older and potentially with a cat and/or dog.
Pip is a fun and affectionate girl who really hasn’t had the best start in life. Despite this she thoroughly enjoys meeting new people and has bounds of energy and enthusiasm. Pip is looking for a loving new home with experienced owners who are confident and willing to continue her training and socialisation to ensure she always makes good choices.
Pip will make a fun, loving family companion!
Pip can live with secondary school aged children or older and will need to be the only pet in the home.
WOODY – 3 year old male Staffi x Shar Pei
Woody has been returned to the Centre through no fault of his own. He is a handsome boy looking for a fun loving family with a great sense of humour. Although he can be a bit of a clown, Woody is a very intelligent boy who can sit, paw, high five, speak and is loving learning how to use the agility equipment at the centre. Woody loves to go on long walks and is fantastic walking on lead. Woody is struggling with kennel life and would love to find a forever home as soon as possible.
Woody needs an adult only home and would need to be the only dog. We do not know if he can live with cats or small animals.
Bonnie is a sweet affectionate girl who was transferred from another centre with her litter mate. Bonnie has a playful and cheeky personality and is looking for a loving new home with owners who can set clear boundaries and are prepared to continue her training and socialisation. In return her new family will be rewarded with a loving and loyal companion.
Bonnie can live with children of any age. She can also live with cats or other dogs.