Dogs Available for Adoption


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

HOMECHECK DURING COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS: a check of the interior of your property will be conducted remotely via video conferencing; therefore please do not apply if you do not have the facilities for this (i.e. smart phone/ tablet device/laptop).  Photographs will NOT be accepted.


Adoption Application form.

Boz- Reserved pending homecheck

Little Boz came into rescue last year and had to go to emergency rehab at the Birkett-Smith Animal Sanctuary as he was so human and dog reactive.
He has been in foster and has done brilliantly and he is now ready for his forever home.
Little Boz needs a home where he feels safe, secure and given lots of love and cuddles. He loves to be with his humans and doesn't like to be apart so if you have a space of him beside you at night or beside you on the couch he will love that.
He needs a special home, ideally in a quiet or semi-rural area, with someone who has the patience to work with his issues. He has anxiety when meeting new people and was not a fan of the vets! Older sensible children only, 12/13 plus. Dog, cat and furry free home for Little Boz as he has a high prey drive and needs all the love to himself
His adoption fee is £300 and he is neutered, vaccinated, chipped, wormed and flead. He is currently in Leamington Spa and adopter must collect him from there.

Roxy - Reserved pending homecheck


Roxy is looking for her forever home. She is a newly neutered 2 year old who was surrendered because she wasn’t getting on with the other resident dogs.

Roxy needs a dog and cat-free home, as she really doesn’t like them and will pull and lunge on the lead when she sees them out on a walk. She’s a nervous girl so would prefer a quiet home without noisy children. Her fosterer has been working with her on behaviourist advice so she is a work in progress to deal with her anxiety. She’s also nervous of men but hasn’t shown aggression to them.

Roxy isn’t a good traveller and will be sick if in the car for too long, so bear this is mind . if you like to go on long drives with a dog she’s not the one for you.

On a positive note she has good recall as long as there’s no other dogs around. She is a very loving dog who loves to curl up on your lap for cuddles. She loves her walks and a good run off lead as long as there’s no other dogs around.

Roxy is being fostered in Nottingham so adopters must be prepared to travel there to meet/collect her. Bearing in mind her travel sickness we’ll give preference to adopters living closer. Her adoption fee is £350.