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.

TOBY - 8 years old male Rottweiler

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Toby is a very strong willed chap and can be a bit stubborn at times if he doesn’t want to do something. He is an adorable big bear who enjoys lots of attention and cuddles. If he could be with you all the time he would, however, he is also happy to be left as he spends his days in an office with no complaints!

Toby greets people with a happy grin and with his bouncy personality this qualities all make for a loving and appealing dog to add to your family. He is a great dog to have in your life as he will cheer up any dull moment. New owners need to be prepared to help him settle and work on his strong character. Once a bond is built he will make a loyal companion.

Toby can live with secondary school aged children or older and could potentially live with another dog and/or (cats).

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Bonnie is a very striking little character who sadly lacks confidence due to an under socialised start in life. Bonnie needs slow introductions to new people and life in general and can understandably be unsure in new situations and surroundings.

Bonnie is an obedient young girl who has fantastic manners. She is looking for new owners with time to ease her into daily life and who are understanding and wiling to encourage further socialisation. With time and patience Bonnie’s confidence will grow and she will reward you with much love and affection.

Bonnie is best suited to live in an adult only home and may be able to live with another dog. It is not known if Bonnie can live with cats or small animals.

JOSIE - 3 years old female JRT

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Josie has had an unsettled start to her young life and is consequently quite shy. However, she has a typical terrier side too. She will need experienced new owners who are willing to help Josie gain confidence and introduce her to the big wide world!

With firm boundaries from the start and plenty of positive reinforcement, Josie will make a fun and loving addition to a family.

Josie is better suited to an adult home and will need to be the only pet.

MINX - 2 years old female crossbreed

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Little Minx is a sweet girl with a very loveable personality. Minx has had an unsettled start to life which has left her a bit wary of new people and new situations. She does bond very quickly with people and once you take the time to get to know her you will be best friends in no time.

Through no fault of her own Minx has had quite a few homes in the past so really deserves to find her forever home where she can settle without having to move again.

Minx can live with secondary school aged children or older and she is sociable with other dogs but can be quite full on so if she was to live with another dog they must be able to tolerate this. Minx can also live with a confident cat.

MAX - 3 years old male Greyhound X English Bull Terrier

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Max definitely is a striking looking boy with his faint markings. He has found life stressful in kennels and enjoys time out in our larger mixer runs. He is very affectionate and loves nuzzling into your legs for fuss and cuddles. New owners need to be prepared to help settle Max into new family life as he may struggle to begin with. So a smooth and steady transition will help prevent any separation problems from occurring. Max enjoys running very fast whether by himself or with a friend. Plenty of long walks and stimulation will aid with settling in and will keep his mind busy. Max will make a great addition to your family.

Max would prefer to live with primary school age children or older. He can live with other dogs but it is not known how he will react to cats or small animals.

MUTLEY - 3 years old English Bull Terrier X

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Mutley is waiting for a home with owners who have previously owned dogs who need that little bit of extra TLC and help building their confidence. Mutley was previously attacked by some smaller dogs and hasn't quite recovered from the experience and so is nervous of any dog that he meets.

He is absolutely brilliant with people and loves to give big hugs and kisses. He is full of energy and is very loving but has become quite clingy so will need help learning that it is OK to stand on his own 4 feet.

Mutley is especially fond of his tennis ball and if he could carry it around with him everywhere we think he would!

He is suitable to live in an adult (16+) home and will need to be the only animal. We think Mutley will make a loyal and fun companion in the right home.

SASHA - 4 years old female Staffi

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Sasha is such a lovely girl, very lively, affectionate and bubbly. She has good knowledge of commands and is looking for a loving home with experienced new owners who are able to set her firm boundaries. Sasha requires lots of exercise and stimulation but in return for all your hard work, effort and love she will reward you with endless affection and a companion for life.

She would prefer to live in an adult only home, she could possibly live with other dogs but it is unknown how she will react to cats or small animals.

CARA - 1 year old female Bull Mastiff X

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Cara is a beautiful friendly giant; her hobbies are playing ball and enjoying lots of cuddles. She also likes to offer both paws before taking a treat. Although Cara is a big girl, she can be very timid at times and will need time, patience, understanding and further socialisation with people and dogs. Whilst here at the centre Cara has made some lovely doggy friends and also forged bonds with staff and volunteers. Cara is looking for dedicated, strong new owners who are able to put in time and effort with her and, in return, they will have a loyal doggy friend for life. She has lots of love to give.

Cara would prefer to live with secondary school age children or older. She can live with large male dogs but is not to live with small animals and it is not known how she will react to cats.

RAGGS - 2 years old male Wheaten Terrier

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Raggs is a real cute character! Unfortunately we don’t know much about his past but here at the centre he has shown to be good with other dogs and adores people. He is a real whizz in the field, so new owners will need to give him plenty of fun filled walks. Raggs will be a pleasure to have in the home and will bring plenty of smiles and fun to his new family.

He would prefer a home with Secondary school age children or older. He could possibly live with other dogs but not with cats or small animals.

CAIN - 4 years old brindle and white male SBT x Boxer

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If you’re looking for a fun loving dog to accompany you on adventures, then Cain is the dog for you. He is an active dog who loves to have a good run around in the field but he never goes too far from your side. Cain is a real people dog and bonds very quickly, so much so that he doesn’t like it if you leave him for a long time.

Cain is very enthusiastic and sometimes can’t control his excitement and will jump up for a fuss and for this reason he may be best living in a home with older children or only adults.

Cain had a bad experience with a couple of dogs previously so can be slightly wary when meeting dogs. New owners will need to continue his socialising so he learns that having doggy friends is fun. Cain will no doubt make a loving and faithful dog for his lucky new owner.

He can live with secondary school age children and could possibly live with another dog but it is not known what he would be like with cats.

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Harry is looking for committed new owners who have the time, patience and energy required to guide and nurture a puppy into a happy, settled young dog. He will enjoy and benefit from socialisation classes and in the right hands will grow into a loving and loyal family friend.

Harry could live with primary school aged children and other dogs, but not with cats or small animals.

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