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.

BILLY - 9 years old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier

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Billy has either suffered some kind of trauma or was born with a congenital condition and has neurological issues.

He will benefit from a quiet home with no children or other animals. He does not need to go out on long walks but would enjoy a garden to potter around in when he wants to. His new owners must be prepared to take on a dog who requires special care.

SPUD - 1 year old male Jack Russell Terrier

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Spud is a lovely little chap who is quite independent. He has been good with all the dogs he has met here and should make a nice little companion in the home.

We do not know how he will get on with cats but he would prefer to live with older children.

TIP - 5 years old female Greyhound

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Tip has a very sweet nature, is an absolute pleasure to take out for a walk and will make a wonderful companion.

She is great with other dogs although we are unsure what she would be like with cats. Tip has a very sweet nature, is an absolute pleasure to take out for a walk and will make a wonderful companion.

AMOS - 6-12 months old Staffi

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Amos is a friendly boy who gets on fine with other dogs but he can't live with cats.

He'd prefer not to live with children as he's a little over the top at first until he calms down, so he will need an active home where he'll make a great companion.

RIO - 9 years old female Collie X

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Rio is a very friendly girl who loves all the fuss and attention she can get. She is eager to please and has a sweet and endearing personality.

She will make a loving companion in her new home where she'll be fine to live with cats and older children.

DYLLAN and DOTTY - 2 year old and 18 month old

Dyllan and Dotty
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Dyllan and Dotty are a JRT and Dachshund X JRT. Dyllan and Dotty are a pair of cracking dogs. Dyllan gets on well with other dogs, especially his best mate Dotty. They are looking to be rehomed together as it would be a shame to separate them.

It is unknown whether they have lived with cats before. They would prefer to live with older children.

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Daisy is a sweet little girl who likes nothing more than love and attention from the people who look after her.

She gets on well with most dogs but can be quite vocal on the lead and, although she could possibly live with another dog, she prefers human company. It's not known if she can get along with a cat but she would prefer to live with older children. New owners will be rewarded with a loving companion.

HARLEY - 5 year old male German Shepherd X Malamute

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Harley is a smashing boy with heaps of personality who loves to play fetch in the field with his ball. He began to show a little separation anxiety in his old home so new owners should be prepared to work with this.

He can possibly live with another dog depending on how a meeting goes; he can live with younger children but won't be able to live with a cat.

JAKE - 5 years old Jack Russell Terrier

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Jake is a smashing little dog with boundless energy. At first he can be a little shy and timid in a new environment but he doesn't take long to come round and make a strong bond.

He gets on well with most dogs but it is not known what he will be like with cats. He would prefer a family with older children and, with a bit of love and routine, will make a cracking little companion.

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