Max and Angel (UK German Shepherd Rescue, Warwickshire)

Max and Angel are a bonded pair of stunning German Shepherds. They are both lovely natured and affectionate with so much to give. They are fine with older children, but are not used to cats. They are good on-lead and have good recall. Who can resist double the love with these two?

Sam (UK German Shepherd Rescue, Warwickshire)

Sam is a sweet, sensitive girl who’s pretty sad and anxious since her owner passed away. She’s only 9, so she should have plenty of years to enjoy life again when she has her an owner or two she can devote herself to. A peaceful, settled life is what she needs now – with a lot of love!

Katy & Rev (Dogs Trust, Leeds)

Golden oldie couple, Katy and Rev, are the best of pals so they’d be ideal for someone looking for a pair of oldies. They promise to be no trouble; just some nice walks, comfy beds and fuss and cuddles is all they ask for.

Pepe and Paris (Raystede Centre for Animal Welfare, E. Sussex)

These two little cuties are Pepe and Paris and they are great companion, fun, little dogs. Pepe is an affectionate, sweet Poodle Cross and Paris is an active, cheeky Jack Russell. They like their walks and pottering around. Pepe and Paris are good, sweet-natured boys who are looking for an adult, retirement home and they will certainly make somebody very happy indeed.

Daisy & Lucy (Pro Dogs Direct, fostered West Sussex)

Howdy y’all! These cute gals originate from Houston and were rescued from the streets as pups. After 12 years of being adored by their owner, they sadly need a new home together. Good with dogs, they would suit active owners who are home a lot of the time. They love to play ball so would like a nice garden. Have you fallen for this Texan twosome’s charms?

Indiana and Jones (Dogs Trust West Calder, Scotland)

Indiana and Jones are devoted to one another and so want to be part of a family again. They are a loving, playful and friendly pair who will bring loads of love and joy into your home. They may be mature in years, but in their hearts, they are still puppies! Can they join your family and give you twice the love and fun of a single dog?

Jess & Maddie (Evesham Greyhound & Lurcher Rescue, Worcestershire)

Two Lurcher girls are so much better than one! Jess and Maddie keep each other relaxed and entertained so all they need from you is fuss, food, walks and a comfy bed each. They love other dogs, making them a joy to take out. They’re undemanding but extremely loving. If you want twice the cuddles for half the effort, then look no further!

Kai and Beau (via Labrador Rescue South East and Central)

Handsome Kai and Beau are litter brothers looking for a cosy, retirement home after living outside as working dogs. The boys are well-behaved and walk nicely on the lead. They can live with older children and other dogs, but no cats please. Kai and Beau really are a lovely pair for one lucky home!

Zac and Sasha (Happier Days For Strays, Tyne & Wear)


Look at those pleading eyes. Bless them! Zac and Sasha have been waiting in kennels a long time for someone to offer them a quiet, comfortable home. But they need to stay together, and Zac needs daily insulin injections, so home offers have not been forthcoming. Please, if you are happy to give injections, take a look at this sweet duo. They need you!

Shadow (left) and Charlie (right): An adorable pair of oldies! Shadow and Charlie (RSPCA West Hatch, Somerset)

This pair of adorable oldies is sure to bring you lots of love and happiness. Both are sweet, loving and playful dogs who act much younger than they are. They are devoted to one another and will devote themselves to you as well if you have space in your heart and home for them. Who could resist those faces?

Buster Boo & Ziggy too! (Oldies Club, fostered Notts)

Buster the cute little Terrier boy and Ziggy the cute little Poodle boy are seeking a new residence. They are good with dogs and children. If you are home most of the time and love walks and cuddles, Buster and Ziggy would love to meet you! 27/03/17 – Still waiting for a home!