Gus came into foster today. He has to be assessed so no enquiries or applications yet please
Another gorgeous girl has joined us in foster this week, say hello to Birdie Bee! This little girl is 3 years old and didn't get the best start, never socialised or walked kept in a kitchen and was then sold on a well known selling site
and landed with a loving family but her fears and anxieties need more than just love and they’ve made the hard decision to surrender her to us to give her the best chance of finding the right support and future home.
Please don't offer to adopt her yet - we will assess her fully and open invites when we know what kind of home she needs
I am sure you will all give a big welcome to Lottie
This gorgeous 14month old girl has been sadly surrendered due to a change in family circumstances.
She will be fully assessed with her foster mum and will appear here when ready for adoption - I know its hard but as we don’t know what she needs please don’t offer to adopt her yet
Little Tulip joined us recently. This naughty girl was fighting with the other dogs in the house and it was a heartbreaking decision for her owner. She’s being assessed in foster so no applications just yet.
One year old Reggie came into the rescue last week due to his aggression. It was felt he would benefit from a spell in the sanctuary. Early days yet so we'll have to see how he gets on.
Dulcie will be looking for a special home. She’s an 18 month old girl with some issues resulting in aggression, and she has bitten several times. She guards her food, her bed and her place on the sofa. Ongoing work and training is needed, and she may never be ‘cured’ but her behaviour could be managed by avoiding triggers and taking advice from behaviourists.
She also needs stability as she’s already been moved around a few times in her short life, including a spell in the sanctuary. The last thing she needs is to be moved on again so we’re looking for a special person to take her on a foster-to-adopt basis. This person must have experience, be willing to listen to and follow advice & guidance from qualified behaviourists (which we will provide) and not give up on her. It is vital that instructions and advice are followed.
The other side of Dulcie is very sweet – she’s very affectionate, likes her cuddles and enjoys playing. She loves her walks and going in the car.
Because of her aggression we won’t rehome her with children, no matter how dog-savvy they are. She gets on with other dogs so we will consider a one-dog household.