Bonnie is just a youngster at 20 months old. But she can be reactive to some people. Bonnie needs an active home, who are prepared to work with Bonnie around strangers. Preferably a quiet home with few visitors. Strictly no homes with children or children visiting.
Our volunteer met Bonnie in her home and she showed no sign of aggression or fear. Bonnie went willingly for a walk with the volunteer; she was very interested in passers-by and she will need a confident owner.
Bonnie's detailsGenderFemaleAge20 monthsGood with childrenNo
Buddy is 5. he lives with another dog at home but he needs work on his social skills outside meeting strange dogs. He is very good around people. he will need someone with patience and take time to work with him to get over his uncertainty around other dogs, I am certain that he will prove to be a great companion for the right person.
Buddy's detailsGenderMaleAge5 yearsGood with other dogsNoGood with catsYesGood with childrenOlder children only
Kyra is a 2 year old GSD cross. She is a friendly wee dog. very keen to please and eager to learn. Fine with our volunteers dog.
Kyra's detailsGenderFemaleAge2 yearsGood with other dogsYes
4 year old Saxon is a nice boy. Fine with people and other dogs. Can get a little excited, but settles down
Saxon's detailsGenderMaleAge4 yearsGood with other dogsYesGood with childrenYes
Ritzi & Raina
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.
Ritzi & Raina's detailsGenderFemaleGood with other dogsYesGood with childrenYes
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for considering rehoming.