Dogs (Applications for Adoption Invited)

If you are interested in any of our dogs and have already submitted an adoption application in the last year you don’t need to do anything, you will automatically be considered. However, please comment on the dogs post on our facebook page so that we know that you’re interested. Otherwise, please submit an Adoption Application form which can be found in files at the top of our facebook page or on this website. Thank you.


Ella Mae is a beautiful neutered 2 year old girl who is now ready to find her furever home. She just wants to be loved and her one requirement is a sofa to snuggle up on and a lap to sit on would be a bonus!

She is clean (except when it rains!), loving and playful, she walks well, good recall, travels well, loves children and dogs and has lived with a cat -perfect!

However, Ella Mae has recently had pups and had a couple of seizures in pregnancy and a couple since- this may be due to hormonal changes and at present all blood tests etc are clear and no treatment is required at this time.

She was attacked by the other dogs in the house during a seizure and was surrendered to the rescue as unable to ensure this did not reoccur- for this reason whilst Ella Mae can be rehomed with another dog, it is best if she is either the only dog or with one other calm, non reactive dog and when left is able to be kept safe.

Ella Mae is being fostered in Croydon, Surrey so adopters must be prepared to travel there. Her adoption fee is £350.


We haven’t posted about Margot for some time. That’s because she’s had a few health issues. Firstly, she’s been diagnosed with leishmaniasis. However, her blood results remain low so for now she’ll just need regular blood tests (which will be covered by the rescue, as will any maintenance treatment she might need in the future). Dogs with Leish can and do lead long and normal lives. 
Her second problem is her cruciate ligament which despite rest and anti inflammatories, has failed to heal and she now needs surgery to replace the ligament, which will cost IRO £2500-£3500. 
This girl is a smasher and is ready to be adopted. She’s good with dogs, kids, loves everyone, fully housetrained and being a typical pup, just needs some further training. Probably can’t live with a cat. 
We’re looking to get her surgery done soon but wanted to put feelers out in case there is someone out there who’d like to adopt her now and let her have surgery once settled. The rescue will cover the bills for this. Margot’s adoption fee will be £350. Please submit an application form for her if you’re interested. Thank you.