This dog has found a new home and is no longer looking.

Sunrise (Safe Rescue, fostered Norfolk)

10/6/20 – Lovely Sunrise has found a home. Whoop!

Beautiful girl Sunrise is a 9-10 year old Golden Lab cross, in foster care near Norwich in Norfolk through Safe Rescue. She loves the company of other dogs and would like to live with at least one other in her forever home but it’s not essential, as long as there’s lots of fun things to do!

Sunrise originally came from Romania where she was in a public (therefore horrible) shelter until Safe Rescue brought her to the UK for a proper doggy life. This she found when she was adopted by a lady who absolutely doted on her. Sadly, after years of happy times, Sunrise’s owner passed away. Now she’s biding her time, waiting for someone special to find her.

Sunrise is a lovely girl and very easy to live with. She follows her foster mum around but doesn’t bother her for fuss all the time. She loves her walks and can be strong on the lead so she needs owners who are at least as strong as she is. It’s just exciting being out on an adventure with your pals!

Sunrise is fine with the resident children at her foster home but in her previous home she was troubled by sporadic visits from children. This could be about needing a routine or perhaps it depends on how dog savvy the children are, but she’d be happiest either in an adult only home or one where any children are over 12.

Sunrise has relaxed a lot since she first came to the UK. Whereas she used to be scared of everything and everyone, she now just gets on with whatever the other dogs are doing in a contented way. Having been loved and having felt secure with her previous owner, Sunrise longs for that connection and sense of belonging once more.

If you think Sunrise might be the girl for you, please contact Safe Rescue as follows:

Tel/Message: 07788 251197 or 07899 844524 between 9am – 6pm
E-mail: saferescue@hotmail.co.uk

Please say you saw Sunrise on the Oldies Club website.


This replaces Sunrise’s original page dated 14 October 2019.


Rehomed This dog has found a new home and is no longer looking.