Tuesday, 31 October 2017

Dogs needing new homes during National Adopt A Shelter Dog Month

We are at the end of October, so that means we are also at the end of National Adopt a Shelter Dog Month so I thought I’d share a few more rescue dogs that are looking for new homes. These are all from UK based rescue centres, and they all deserve a second chance.

If you are looking for a new dog please consider adopting one from a rescue centre rather than buying a puppy, there are so many dogs that need new homes. Rescue centres often have puppies that need homes too, it’s not all adult dogs or ‘problem’ dogs. It’s so rewarding getting a rescue dog. It can be difficult at times, but training a puppy can also be hard work. Right that’s the end of the lecture, here are some adorable dogs for you to look at!


Breed - Beagle 

Age - 4

Rescue - Many Tears Animal Rescue

Location - Carmarthenshire, Wales 

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Sophie is a lovely 4 year old beagle.  Although she is an ex-breeding girl Sophie has been living in a house, walks on the lead and we believe she is house trained.  She has happilly lived with young children and other dogs and if you want to adopt her and have a cat we can test her to see how she reacts but we are told she is good with everything.  Sohpie could live with other dogs or in the right circumstances be an only dog.


Breed - Lurcher

Age - 3

Rescue - Jerry Green Dog Rescue

Location - East Yorkshire 

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Simon, he's a very sweet friendly boy who is looking for a loving forever family where he wont be left for long periods on his own

Simon loves nothing more than a cuddle with all the team here and hanging out with his friends, he could live with another dog and children 7+ years of age. 

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Breed - crossbreed

Age - 5 to 7 years

Rescue - Dogs Trust

Location - Manchester 

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Beautiful Bandit is a 6 year old crossbreed who has bundles of love to share with all of his human friends. This lovable, affectionate boy enjoys learning new tricks, playing with his toys and going on exciting new adventures.
Bandit is suitable to live with children aged 11 and over and would like to be the only dog in the home. His new family should continue his dog socialisation to help him gain some doggy pals in the future. Bandit isn't a fan of those pesky cats so a home with minimal cats in the neighbourhood would be ideal. His active and playful nature would be best suited to a home with a medium, secure garden where he can play to his hearts content! High fences are essential for this true explorer!

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Breed - Alaskan Malamute 

Age - 4

Rescue - Blue Cross

Location - Hertfordshire 

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Helll’OOOOO’ there! My names Ice and I’m a fun-loving malamute lady. Maybe you’ve owned my breed before and know all about my wonderful sounds and the things I need?!
I’m four years old and super active. To be perfectly honest, I would like my humans to be around most of the time as I can’t get enough attention! I do get bored if I’m not getting all the attention I crave (and deserve, thank you)...this can lead to me being a bit vocal but I DO have a lovely singing voice!
My favourite thing is playing, I think its really pawesome. I’m even quite talented at a spot of agility so I’d love a large garden I can play and show off in.
Out on my walkies I like meeting other doggos but I would like all the fuss and attention as the only dog in the home please! I’d also like to live with older children (teenagers).
Please fill out a homefinder today if you think you’re suitable so I can show you just how lovely I am!
Ice x


Breed - bull mastiff cross boxer

Age - 1

Rescue - Wood Green

Location - Godmanchester

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Frankie is a very bright and fun loving dog with bags of character and energy. He is looking for a training minded home to help see him through his adolescent years and owners who will enjoy being a part of that process. For your effort you’ll be rewarded with an intelligent, affectionate and a very rewarding dog to be around. Frankie will be best in an adult only environment and will need to be the only pet in the home. He will need some training before being left home alone.

Breed - Jack Russel Terrier
Age - 8
Rescue - National Animal Welfare Trust 
Location - Somerset 
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Hello, my name is Daisy and I am a beautiful 8-year-old female Jack Russell Terrier. I was not getting along with the other dog in my previous home, so I am now looking for a new home of my own.
I am a very active girl who can be a little anxious in new situations, but once confident loves getting attention from everyone that I meet. I’m very keen to explore new places and will often try my hardest to get to them as quickly as possible, so it is important that any new owner can work on my lead walking with me as well as continue my basic training and socialisation.
I’m looking for a quiet home where there’s not much coming and going. I can get a little distressed when there’s lots going on outside my house, so a home in a quiet area or in a rural location would suit me best.
I would make a great companion for an active, terrier-experienced family. I love to be out and about exploring and I love playing with my toys; I will eagerly play fetch and drop my ball for it to be thrown again! But I do prefer my own space when it comes to being around other dogs. I’m quite happy if they leave me alone but I’m definitely not fond of them in my face!
I would be happy in a home with children aged 8+ that are used to dogs and I would prefer to be the only pet in the household.


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