Stunning Theo is a six year old male GSD who is a all round lovely dog looking for his new forever home.
Theo's detailsGenderMaleAge6 years
This handsome lad is called Cato. Cato is a 10 year old male GSD who is a lovely friendly boy looking for a new home to spend the rest of his retirement years in.
Cato's detailsGenderMaleAge10 years
This stunning girl is Bella who is a fit 6 year old who loves long walks. Bella is very ball focused and treat orientated.
Bella loves people and has lived with young children. She is dog reactive and is walked on a head collar. Bella is manageable and calms down quickly if handled well.
Bella lives with another dog, but they have their moments, despite being together for 5 years.
Bella has no cat experience or small animal experience.
Bella would suit a family who have had dogs previously and are willing to work with Bella to help her get over her issues with passing dogs.
Bella's detailsGenderFemaleAge6 yearsGood with childrenYes
Meet the very handsome Zero who is a 2 year old neutered male. He is very good in the house and great with people. Zero has no child or cat experience.
Zero loves nothing better than playing with his ball. He is dog reactive and needs an experienced energetic home who are willing to work with him through his difficulties.
Zero's detailsGenderMaleAge2 yearsGood with other dogsNoGood with catsNoGood with childrenNo
Diggs is a handsome 6 year old male. He will need to be rehomed as the only dog and will need somebody who has had previous GSD’s so experience is a must with the breed. Diggs can’t live with children.
Diggs's detailsGenderMaleAge6 yearsGood with other dogsNoGood with childrenNo
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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 email@example.com.
Thank you for considering rehoming.