Reilly, approx. 2 years old. Reilly is an energetic dog who is dog reactive. He is very good with people and whilst he has lived with young children, his reactivity means he will not be rehomed with young children.
Reilly loves a ball and is very affectionate.
Reilly needs to be the sole pet in the house. His new owner should have time for daily long walks and to work with Reilly to improve his reaction to other dogs.
Reilly's detailsGenderMaleAge2 yearsGood with other dogsNoGood with childrenOlder children only
Fina is a 2.5 yrs old female.
Fina will initially bark at visitors but is very friendly and fine with kids.
Whilst Fina currently lives with other dogs, she cannot live with another bitch. Whilst she has been walked with other dogs outside, Fina can be reactive and will need a new home who is willing to take the time to work on her socialisation.
Fina's detailsGenderFemaleAge2 years 6 monthsGood with childrenYes
Riggs is 3 years old & is a large neutered male. He has a strong guarding instinct and will bark at visitors and noises around the home.
Once you meet him he is a lovely boy, but is reactive to other dogs and strangers, when out and about.
Riggs will need a quiet home with few visitors or children.
Riggs needs a patient owner who will take the time to socialise him.
An experience owner would be best for Riggs.
Riggs's detailsGenderMaleAge3 years
This is the handsome Reilly . He is 2 years old & a lovely dog who is great with people. He is dog reactive, therefore, he needs a home with no young children living or visiting.
When out and about travelling in cars, Reilly will bark at passing dogs. He is a very energetic dog and whilst he knows basic commands he needs focus. Reilly loves playing with his ball and toys in general and loves going for walks.
Reilly has had 4 homes in his short life and this has not helped him settle or with his socialisation. He needs a stable home environment who are prepared to work on his reactivity. He also needs mental stimulation as he is s busy boy.
Reilly's detailsGenderMaleAge2 years 00 monthGood with other dogsNoGood with childrenOlder children only
Bonnie is 2.5 years old, a lovely girl, although very timid.
Bonnie is reactive to dogs and will take time to settle in a new home. Bonnie has lived with other dogs but would benefit from being the sole dog in the house.
The ideal home for Bonnie would be a quiet household with no young children.
Bonnie will settle in her new house quickly, attaching herself to her new family.
Bonnie needs time and patience to help her trust the world in which she lives.
Bonnie's detailsGenderFemaleAge2 years 6 monthsGood with other dogsNoGood with childrenOlder children only
Zara is a big girl, 9 years old and entire. Lovely friendly and has lived with young children.
Family dogs visit regularly with no issues. Although she will react if a dog reacts to her.
Would be happy in a busy or quiet home with a family who like walking.
Zara could fit into a home with a resident dog, as long as the dog was good with other dogs, and respectful.
Zara's detailsGenderFemaleAge9 yearsGood with other dogsYesGood with childrenYes
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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.
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