Dogs in Need
Tel: 01276 858720 / 07540 268445
A selection of dogs that are presently looking for homes.
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BearBear is three years old, he is a neutered terrier. He and his friend Paws are looking for a new home as his owner has died and the family who own Paws are unable to cope with the two dogs. It would be great if they could find a new home together, but they should adapt singly given plenty of attention. They are a lively pair.
ZoomerZoomer the border collie was born in August 2015. He has spent his young life outside and would greatly appreciate a warm and loving home.
RoloRolo is five years old, a neutered whippet cross. He lost his first home due to a separation and is now with temporary foster owners who are unable to give him the time and attention he needs as they are out at work. He lives with two other dogs and is used to children.
AngelAngel is a middle-aged terrier who lived with another bitch. Sadly, they are homeless as their owner died. Both bitches have good temperaments, are good around children and other dogs.
Dipsy is a terrier cross. Her owner has died, so Dipsy and her friend Angel are homeless. She is good with children and dogs and is housetrained.
MaudieMaudie is a mastiff cross, gentle and loving. She has not met many dogs but doesn’t seem to be aggressive. She definitely dislikes cats, but she should be fine with children. Sadly her owner cannot look after her due to ill health.
SusieSusie is a youngster, about five months old. She is a collie spaniel cross. She was bred to work but would prefer a pet home.
Buster is a lovely Labrador cross, two years old. He is neutered and is good with children and other animals.
Chico is a terrier cross, about four years old, an easy little dog who gets on well with children and dogs. She should fit in with any family.
Paws is a three and a half year old cairn cross who lives with Bear who is similar. They are at present with a lady who is unable to keep them due to domestic difficulties. Of course it would be nice if they could find a new home together, but I am sure they would settle well as single dogs provided they had company and affection.
We have a constant turnover, so others may be available. All sorts of dogs pass through our hands. Please call us to discuss what you are seeking.