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So far in 2018 we have re-homed






Adopt a Dog

Adopt a Dog

  • Pups


    We have three beautiful 12/13 week old Pomeranian/Chihuahua-cross pups looking for loving homes, two girls and one boy. Please contact Jean on 07584 571398 if would like to adopt one of these gorgeous dogs.

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  • Oscar (2)

    Oscar – Whippet

    Four year old Oscar is quite a quiet boy, and a little bit shy and timid, but he’s very affectionate and friendly. Oscar hasn’t lived with children, or had frequent contact with them. He also hasn’t lived with any other pets previously. Oscar is quite happy to be groomed and…

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  • Patch3

    Patch – Staffordshire Bull Terrier


    Patch is approximately six years old and has become available for adoption as his owner is emigrating and is unable to take Patch with him. Patch is a lively and playful boy. He gets on with other dogs and has previously lived with a cat. As he can be quite…

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  • Spark2

    Spark – Crossbreed


    Playful, friendly Spark is a year old and looking for his new, forever home. He can be quite a quiet boy sometimes, but he loves attention and a fuss. Spark walks nicely on the lead and already knows some of his basic commands; he’s a bright lad who is eager…

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  • Rosie6

    Rosie – Crossbreed

    ****SPECIAL APPEAL**** Friendly, affectionate and eager to please, four-year-old Rosie is great company and a lovely girl to be around. She is always in a happy mood and enjoys going out for walks and playing with her toys in the exercise area. Rosie will come to you when called and…

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Help Feed Our Animals

We accept animals into our care for a wide variety of reasons, so whilst they are with us and before they are rehomed, it’s important that they settle into a regime of eating healthy, nutritious food. You can appreciate that with so many dogs to feed, we’re only too happy to ask for all the help we can get.

From as little as £1 a day, could YOU spare a little cash to ensure that our dogs have enough good food on their journey to recovery?