Mike (Dogs Trust Newbury, Berkshire)

MIKE IS OUR OLD DOG OF THE WEEK!
Want a best friend who thinks you’re fascinating, loves your company and will do anything you ask if you have a treat in your hand? Then look no further than Mike! He wants to be the only pet in an adult only home… with tennis balls, toys and treats! Please help Mike by sharing his page!

Digby (South East Dog Rescue, fostered Kent)

Digby is a very sweet boy who, sadly, has spent most of his life in kennels. He would love to find a quiet, rural home with an experienced owner and without children or visiting children or any other animals. He enjoys his walks and toys and can be left. Digby just needs a forever home now.

Princess & Tinkerbell (Freshfields, Liverpool)

Two beautiful ladies needing a new home together. Best friends Princess & Tinkerbell would like you to be home most or all of the day as Princess barks when alone. A home as your only pets and where children are aged 12+ is what they need.

Peter (Safe Rescue, fostered Norfolk)

Peter is quite a character, despite being a bit timid. He needs encouragement to get up and go for walkies sometimes. He really likes his comfort! He loves other dogs and wants at least one doggy pal at home. He’s only recently started to learn that life is fun.

Scott (Safe Rescue, fostered Essex)

Lovely, soft-natured Scott is a timid boy who needs a human or two who will help him overcome his fears at his own pace. He needs to live with another dog and is fine with cats. He’s had a tough time but he’s now ready to consider the possibility that life could be nice.

Branny (Dogs Trust Newbury, Berkshire)

2/8/20 – Branny has been reserved!
Funny-eared, waggy-tailed Branny is a playful and loving boy who just wants a quiet, adult-only home and a happy life of walkies and sofa snuggles. He likes a game of fetch and loves learning new things for treats. With those expressive ears, he’s probably the world’s best listener!

Charlie (Poodles In Need, Oxford)

Charlie is a friendly, sunny-hearted chap who is good with other dogs and older children. He’s well behaved and bright as a button, as you’d expect from a Poodle. He still has lots of energy for walks and is adorable!