Dogs ready for adoption

  • Rehomed

    Riggs is a bouncy 2.5 year old male who needs an experienced home.  Riggs will need some work on his socialisation skills as he will bark at other dogs.  He will need a quiet home with no other dogs and can’t live with children.  Riggs can be barky so not suitable to live in a flat.

    Rehomed's details
    Gender
    Male
    Age
    2 years 05 months
    Good with other dogs
    No
    Good with children
    No
  • Milo

    Milo is a handsome 5 year old male who is very lively so will need an active home.  Milo is generally fine with other dogs and can live with children.

    Milo's details
    Gender
    Male
    Age
    5 years
    Good with other dogs
    Yes
    Good with cats
    Yes
    Good with children
    Yes
  • Rehomed

    Jazz is a 3 year old female.  She is a very energetic girl who is looking for an active home.   Jazz can be reactive to some dogs especially smaller dogs so will need an experienced owner.  Jazz is looking for a home with no small children and not suitable to live with cats or rabbits.

    Rehomed's details
    Gender
    Female
    Age
    3 years 00 month
    Good with cats
    No
    Good with children
    Older children only
  • Rico

    Rico is a big friendly 5 year old male who can be quite boisterous.  He is an energetic lad so will need an active home.  Rico can’t live with small children or cats.

    Rico's details
    Gender
    Male
    Age
    5 years
    Good with cats
    No
    Good with children
    Older children only
  • Rehomed

    Ritzi (near) is 9 years old and Raina (behind) is 10 years old. Both are very friendly girls. Ideally we would like to rehome them together.

    Rehomed's details
    Gender
    Female
    Good with other dogs
    Yes
    Good with children
    Yes

Interested in Adopting?

The dogs in need of a new home change frequently – the dogs above should only be seen to be a representation of dogs available. We try to place a dog that will be a good match for a new home, taking account of the dogs behaviour and character, and each home’s situation.  Second Chances’ devoted volunteers cover the whole of Scotland and the North of England.

We ask for a donation for each dog; this is dependant on the specific dog in question – we will discuss the details with you as part of the adoption process.

Dogs that are put up for rehoming may or may not be vaccinated and neutered – if a dog has not been vaccinated or neutered, we ask that a new owner commits to get this done.

Please in the first instance complete our Home Assessment Form and one of our local volunteers will be in touch. Or email us at admin@second-chances.com.

Thank you for considering rehoming.

Home Assessment Form