This beautiful Collie is called Aero!
Unfortunately, he was tied up at our centre gates at night and abandoned!
He is a fantastic Collie and is very
obedient he has obviously had some training so far.
Aero will suit a home where preferably the new owner has Collie experience and understands the needs of the breed.
The home will need to be an active one where he will receive plenty of exercise as well as mental stimulation and
He will make a fantastic companion for a lucky new owner and could live with children of secondary school age.
This handsome pup is 4 month old
Border Collie Patch. He was brought into the animal centre as his owner found him too much work to look after.
Patch is a typical Collie pup with lots of energy and full of fun! He is an
intelligent boy and already knows how to play fetch and sit. His new owner will need to have plenty of time to exercise him and keep him busy with games.
Training classes will be ideal for Patch to continue teaching him commands and keep him well socialised with other dogs.
Patch could live in a home with another dog and teenage children.
This pair are 6 year old Sam & Sooty. They are Bichon Frise Crossbreeds.
They were rescued by an RSPCA inspector originally, as they had been neglected in their previous home. We would love to find them a home together!
Both boys have a lovely temperament and really enjoy being out and about and having a good walk and investigate together.
Sam and Sooty are sadly known to suffer from separation anxiety and so we are looking for a home ideally where an owner will be around for the most part of the day—a retired household would be ideal.
Sam and Sooty have been used to being around children and seem to enjoy their company. They could also be rehomed with other animals.
Chance is a 7 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier. He is looking for a new home as sadly his previous owners were moving and couldn’t take him with them.
Chance is a fantastic staff with a lovely
temperament. He enjoys being outside walking and is happy to play on his own with toys and run around to entertain himself.
An experienced dog owner would be ideal for Chance as he can be boisterous sometimes when he gets over excited. Plenty of daily exercise will help keep him calm in the house.
Chance could live in a home with teenage
children, he has lived with other dogs before.
This fab Lab is Poppy and she came in to us as unfortunately her owner was ill and
unable to look after her!
She is 7 years old.
She has a cracking personality and
temperament and would suit almost any home as long as it is an active one.
She could live with other animals
although she can be boisterous during play!
She could also live with children of primary school age as long as they are used to dogs!
This gorgeous lad is 6 month old Lucas!
He is a Crossbreed and came in to us from an Inspector.
Lucas has a heart of gold-he loves everybody and everything and is full of life!
He is still quite puppy like and will show
behaviours such as mouthing which need to be trained out of him by a new owner, who must be able to dedicate plenty of time to exercise and continuing his training.
Lucas will make a fantastic companion as he is so loving and loyal!
Due to his puppy behaviour he will suit a
mature household best.
Lucky is an 11 month old male Lurcher and
He is a beautiful dog with a nature and
temperament to match. He has suffered with some
separation anxiety so will need to go to a home with an owner who can be with him for most of the day-an
active retired home would be ideal for him!
Lucky likes to play and interact with you and is very
intelligent-already knowing lots of basic commands!
Lucky will be best suited to a home as a single animal. He could live with children of upper primary school age.
He would bring some much love and affection to a new household and a new owner would be lucky to have him!
THIS IS LUCKY ENJOYING CHASING THE BALL PLEASE WATCH THE VIDEO OF THIS FUN BOY
He is a Yorkie Crossbreed 8 year young and came in to us via an Inspector.
He is a lovely little dog though has been very shy around people and it takes him a while to bond with you.
Once he has he is a lovely little fellow!
He would suit a quiet home-a retired home would be ideal where he will be given the space to come out of his shell in his own time.
He will make a loving and loyal companion and is a real pleasure to be around.
Seren is a 3 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
She was involved in a road accident and sadly had to have her back leg amputated in April this year.
We do not have any information on Seren's life before she came to us but we have found her to have a lovely temperament, she loves having a fuss and is very affectionate.
Seren is managing quite well on her 3 legs but does still need a little encouragement to walk when out on a lead, she will need a patient owner who is prepared to take things slowly with her.
Seren would be best suited to a home with no other animals and older teenage children.
Training classes are recommended so she can learn how to socialise with other dogs and help her with her basic commands
THIS HAPPY GIRL IS SEREN PLEASE WATCH HER ENJOYING HAVING A RUN AROUND
Max is an 8 year old Labrador Retriever
He was brought into the centre as very sadly his owner died.
Max is a lovely dog, he is very active - pretty much non stop! He will need an owner who can give him as much
exercise and playtime as he needs.
Max has been used to living outside and can be a little timid until he gets to know you. His new owner may need to take things slowly with him until his
Max would be best suited to a home with no other animals. He could live with
primary school aged children.
Darcy is an 18 month old Jack Russell Terrier.
She is looking for a new home as
unfortunately her previous owner was unable to give her enough exercise.
Darcy is a typical lively young Terrier, she has loads of energy and gets very excitable when playing with her toys! Plenty of daily exercise will keep her calm and happy.
Darcy will be best suited to an active family who have the time to keep up with her training and give her plenty of playtime!
Darcy could live with another dog and older primary school aged children.