Barney (NASSL, Co. Durham)

Beautiful Barney is blind – but don’t be sad for him! With his Springer Spaniel super nose combined with his Collie’s super intelligence he’s as capable of living life to the full as any sighted dog. He loves people, having a fuss, going on long walks and splashing in water. Nothing could keep Barney’s spirits down. He was born to be cheerful!

Pip (NASSL, Co. Durham)

Pip is a people person with a sunny nature who is also great with other dogs! He’s a Collie cross so he’s incredibly bright and loves interacting with people, getting a fuss or if they have a ball – they’re his new best friend! He’d be happy to live with older children because he is, essentially, a very happy dog!

Annie (Rovers Dog Rescue, fostered Essex)

This gorgeous Cocker Spaniel is Annie and she’s looking for a quiet retirement home where she will make a lovely, loyal companion. Once she trusts you, she will sneak up for a fuss and then ask for more. Annie is in foster care with teenagers and other dogs. She can also live with cats. Annie is such an adorable lady.

Buck (Safe Rescue, fostered Norfolk )

Buck is a very special boy looking for a very special home. His back legs are deformed but he copes very well with his disability and is a happy, contented dog now that he’s safe in foster care. He’s an adorable, little chap who is friendly with people and okay with dogs that are not too boisterous. He’s not looking for pity just a loving home of his own.

Ollie (South Yorkshire English Springer Spaniel Rescue, Kenneled South Riding)

This gorgeous Older lad is Ollie. He is a beautiful Springer Spaniel who is quite a little character with a mind of his own. He is looking for a new home where someone is around most of the time. He would be best in a home where there are no other pets or children as he prefers the quiet life nowadays. He loves going for walks and would enjoy a nice little walk everyday. Could you give this beautiful boy a loving new home?

Winnie (Animal Helpline, Cambridgeshire)

Winnie may be an older Cavalier King Charles Spaniel cross, but she still acts like a puppy and enjoys her walks and teasing the kennel staff. She lives happily with her kennel mate but would probably really like to have all the attention from being an only pet and a quiet home without children would best suit Winnie. Could you give Winnie a loving home? 16/02/2017 – Lovely little Winnie is sadly still waiting for her forever home 🙁