Charlie (Foal Farm Animal Rescue, fostered Kent)

Poor Charlie came into rescue in an awful state but he’s well on the mend and looking forward to a loving home for the rest of his life. This sweet little fellow is amiable enough to live with children, cats and possibly another dog. It’s time he has the caring home he truly deserves.

Graham (Foal Farm Animal Rescue, Kent)

Graham loves people so much he’s getting stressed in kennels. He’s very affectionate and lively and looking for an older family home with garden access. He’s good with dogs and may be able to share with a female, though no cats please. Children should be 12+ due to his exuberant nature.

Bryson (RSPCA Derby & District Branch)

Bryson is a calm and thoughtful chap who isn’t interested in playing games, but he would enjoy sitting with you companionably, simply watching the world go by. He’s good with children and quite friendly with dogs he meets, but might prefer to be your only dog.

Socks (Dogs Trust, Merseyside)

Cute little Socks is an inquisitive and friendly little terrier boy who adores a good fuss. He would love to be the centre of you life, so if he can join your family as an only dog, he would be delighted. Can this quirky and fun loving little terrier join your family?

Bailey (Ark Animal Rescue, Lincolnshire coast)

White-toed Staffy x Collie, Bailey needs a home where he can spend all day with you. He’d be perfect if you have horses and love the outdoors. He’s good with dogs and can live with children who are big enough to not be knocked over when he’s feeling bouncy. Bailey is desperate to find a special person to love. Could that be you?

Max (Dogs Trust Merseyside, fostered Merseyside)

Golden oldie Max is a very afffectionate Jack Russell looking for a new retirement home as his owner could no longer care for him. He is fine with children aged 8+ but too old to be fussed with other dogs. Max is more of a couch potato these days and will make a great TV buddy.

Cindy (All Animals Rescue and Rehome, fostered Essex)

Soppy Cindy is rather at a loss to find herself back in rescue due to her owner’s ill health. She’s absolutely adorable and has a very kind and loving heart. She just wants to please and is brilliant with other dogs and children. This gorgeous-natured girl just wants somone to love her and will make a wonderful family pet.

Roxie (All Animals Rescue and Rehome, Essex)

Sweet little Roxie loves nothing more than a big cuddle and an empty lap to snuggle into. She’s a 12 year old Shih Tzu cross and because she’s had a lot of change in her life she’s looking for a family who will make her feel safe and secure again. Roxie is good with other dogs and could live with older children. Do you have room on your lap for Roxie?

Zac (Last Chance Animal Rescue, Kent)

Hoppy, skippy, zippy little Zac is a typical Jack Russell Terrier who likes to be busy exploring outdoors a lot of the time and enjoying plenty of fuss and togetherness with his owner the rest of the time. If you want a clever little dog who’s both silly and soppy, Zac is the one for you!

Stella (Mayhew Animal Home, London)

Stella is a wonderful little girl and is hoping to find an equally wonderful family. Stella could live with older children and dog-savvy cats. She enjoys meeting dogs out on walks but would like to be your only dog at home.

Anne (RSPCA Westmorland, Cumbria)

9/11/17 – Anne has been reserved!
Anne is a sweet, quiet Jack Russell who doesn’t take long to show you what an affectionate girl she is and she’s just full of love. She’s lovely walking on the lead and enjoys playing with her toys. Anne would prefer a quiet, adult home where there are no other pets so she can have all the fuss and attention.

Patch (Jerry Green Dog Rescue, South Lincolnshire)

This sweet little lady is called Patch and she’s such a cute Jack Russell Terrier. She’s always excited to meet people and loves to sit and have lots of cuddles. She enjoys walks and is good on the lead. Patch would like an adult and pet-free home, though she is sociable with other dogs out and about. She’s such a cutie.

Harry & Timmy (Animal Helpline, Cambridgeshire)

Harry and Timmy are a dinky pair of darlings who could probably both fit on the same lap at once! Harry is the fluffy one, Timmy is the tidy black and tan. They’re good with other dogs, have excellent manners and would love to potter through some woodland with you!

Patch (Isle Rescue, South Yorkshire)

14/11/17 – Little Patch has proved popular and is reserved!
Patch has a lot going for him and he is ready to share his wonderfulness with a loving family! He is cute, playful and active. He loves long walks so would suit an active family which he can share with another dog and children.

Billy (Ashbourne Animal Welfare, Derbyshire)

Poor Billy isn’t coping well with kennel life and he’s starting to think he’ll never leave. He can live with children and a nice calm, Billy-sized female dog. He’d love a home where he can spend most of the time with his humans and enjoy a game of football. Please could you oblige?

Fern (Leicester Animal Aid)

8/11/2017 Cute little Fern is now reserved and will be going to her new home soon.
This little cutie is Fern, a more mature Yorkshire Terrier looking for a cosy and loving retirement home. She would be fine to live with children aged 10+ and another similar dog. She’s more than happy to be given lots of love and fuss and should be in her own home now and not kennels.

Lillie (Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary)

10 year old, sweetie girl Lillie has been in kennels since she was 5. That’s right, 5 years in kennels. “Why?!” – we hear you cry. Well, um… because she needs to be an only pet and she’s yet another Staffy? “But surely there’s lots of people she’d be perfect for!” – We couldn’t agree more. Please share her page far and wide so they can find her!

Shauna (Senior Staffy Club, fostered Durham)

Shauna is a petite little Staffy who was unclaimed after being found by the dog warden. She’s a sweet girl with a cheeky character and is easy to walk. She would love a quiet home with someone around a lot of the time and could live with older children.

Leo (RSPCA West Hatch, Somerset)

17/11/2017 Please watch the new video of Leo to see how irresistible he is.
Young at heart Leo just loves fuss and attention. He’s quiet and friendly and seems rather worldly-wise. Leo walks nicely with other dogs but would prefer a pet-free home as he likes his own space. He will make a wonderful companion.

Barry (Safe Rescue, fostered Great Yarmouth)

Although Barry is nearly blind, nothing holds this dear boy back with his zest for life after life in Romania. He mixes well with other dogs, is fine with cats and absolutely adores children – all his wants is to be loved. Barry will be the perfect companion, lap dog and friend.

Macy & Snoop (RSPCA Macclesfield)


Macy and Snoop each have all the love and enthusiasm of your average dog, concentrated in a lap-sized package! They hope to find a pet free home together. After a busy day of whizzing about, they’d like to snuggle up to you in front of the fire.

Bindi (Senior Staffy Club, fostered Gloucestershire)

Unbelievably, this pretty little lady has been waiting in rescue for a whole year! This might be because she was poorly on arrival and needed lots of vet treatment. But she’s so much better now and is so ready to find a settled home. Could Bindi be your new friend?

Gizmo (Rehoming Animal Telephone Service, Hertfordshire)

If feisty little Terriers are your thing and you’d like to help a particularly needy one, please give Gizmo a chance. Gizmo is full of fun and although he’s eight years old he has loads of energy. He loves people, but needs an experienced home where he can be the only dog.

Smokey B (RSPCA Danaher, Essex)

Dignified chap, Smokey B, is putting his best foot forward and giving you a coy smile. He only wants gentle potters, not big walks, and he needs a nice grassy lawn to roll around on! Smokey B can potentially live with calm dogs and children.

Best Boy Bob (Oldies Club)

28/9/2017 Gentleman Bob has been adopted by his foster carers. They fell in love with this lovely boy and decided quickly that they could not part with him and he now has a wonderful, new life with his forever family.

Tinker (Senior Staffy Club, fostered Leeds)

Red-coated and very handsome, Tinker is a lovely Staffy lad seeking a forever home. He used to live with a female dog and would be fine with older children, but no cats please. He enjoys his walks and home comforts and is a really good boy in the home.

Jess (Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary)

Jess is just a delightful, happy-go-lucky lady waiting for her luck to change when her new owners come to take her home. She’s active and youthful, playing with toys and enjoying long walks too. Jess is looking for an active, loving, pet-free home where any children are 12+. Could you take her home?

Mason (Good Life Dog Rescue, Yorkshire)

Poor Mason was struggling with a broken heart after being abandoned. He is very loving and adores attention, fuss and walks. Cuddles and sitting on your knee are also favourites. Mason is okay walking with other dogs but would like to be the only pet in a home where children are older. A loving foster or permanent home would be a dream come true.