Dinky (St. Francis Home for Animals, Cornwall)

Dinky is a gorgeous, loyal Jack Russell with great character who is looking for a quiet, experienced home as he tends to guard his special people. He will give nothing but love to the right adult home where he is the only pet. Are you Dinky’s special person?

Jared (Leash of Life, fostered Wiltshire)

Gentle and affectionate, Jared is a handsome, medium sized Crossbreed who just loves to play with dogs and needs a home with a resident dog. He could live with children aged 12+ and enjoys his walks with his friends. He’s a loving boy looking for an equally loving home.

Yosephina (Leash of Life, fostered Wiltshire)

Yosephina is a very sweet, little lady who lives happily with children, dogs and ignores cats, She loves tummy rubs and will dance for her dinner. She would like a calm home with someone around a lot to love and look after her for the rest of her life.

Willow (Romanian Rescue Appeal, Wiltshire)

Willow is an affectionate Shepherd/Collie Crossbreed who will bond closely with his owner. He loves his walks and would be happy to live in a rural area, preferably as an only pet, and where any children are older. He’s such a handsome boy.

Good boy, Boi! (Oldies Club, fostered Somerset)

This wonderful example of Lurchery loveliness is Boi. He’s a sweet and friendly chap who gets on well with dogs out and about and likes children. He’d love a home where nice walks are on offer and with a squidgy sofa to stretch out on.

Danny (Private Rehoming, Cornwall)

Affectionately known as Danny Bear for his love of hugs, Danny hopes to find love and cuddles in an active home. He would like to be the only pet for all the attention but is fine with dogs outside. Danny is a sweet lad who will make a wonderful companion.

Zola (Stray Dogs Sanctuary, Devon)

Zola will be your utterly devoted companion and love you forever! She can live with other dogs and children as she has a lovely temperament. She likes her lead walks and loves getting under the duvet even more! 12/10/19 – Zola still needs a home