The BaXter factor! (Oldies Club, fostered Cheshire)

Baxter is a fit little chap who loves his walks. He’s affectionate and full of fun and would enjoy living with older children. A home with people around most of the time would be best as he loves to be with his humans, especially men. This cutie has the BaXter factor!

Jess (Helping Hounds Hampshire)

Gentle Jess is a super sweetheart German Shepherd who just loves all humans. She enjoys being stroked, groomed and cuddled. Jess is perfect on-lead and would suit a home with large breed experience as the only pet.

Bob (All Dogs Matter, North London)

Bob is a lovely, older boy who was found abandoned and tied to a tree. He truly deserves a quiet, retirement home with lots of love. Bob is fine with dogs outside but would prefer to be the only pet and can live with children aged 12+. Can you help Bob?

Panda Pop (East Anglia Dog Rescue, Ipswich)

Panda Pop is just full of fun and likes to live life to the full. She loves to spend time with people and a big garden to play in. Panda is dog-friendly but resource guards and needs to be the only pet in a loving home with older children.

Mollie (Wonky Pets Rescue, fostered South Derbyshire)

Mollie is the sweetest, most loving, dinky Shar Pei you could wish to meet but has been so unlucky finding her forever home. She is very people-friendly and absolutely loves to cuddle up for a snuggle, not forgetting enjoying her walks and travel. Could you give her that forever home?

Harold (All Dogs Matter, North London)

Gentle Harold is a sweet Staffie Cross boy who was found sadly as a stray. He’s looking for a loving home with an experienced owner and a garden to enjoy. Harold is fine with dogs outside but would prefer to be the only pet and can live with children aged 14+.

BuskyBear (Rescue Remedies, kennelled Gatwick)

BuskyBear is a lovely boy who enjoys his walks and absolutely loves cuddles and fuss! He’d like to have someone at home with him a lot of the time. Older children would be fine for him and maybe another dog after careful introductions. Want to come walkies?