Lily (Senior Staffy Club, fostered Stafford)

Beautiful Lily is described as the best behaved and gentlest Staffy lady ever. She’s good with all people and always willing to please. She needs a quiet home with older children and no other pets. She’s such a sweet and loving lady.

Banjo (Love Underdogs, Essex)

BANJO IS OUR OLD DOG OF THE WEEK!
Banjo will be the perfect companion for someone who lives on their own and loves walks! He’s good with other dogs when out and about but wants to be an only pet. He takes a while to bond but when he does it’s very strong and he’s super soppy! Please help Banjo by sharing his page!

Mint and Pepper (Stray2Me, fostered Somerset)

*RESERVED*
Cute Jack Russell duo, Mint and Pepper, are sisters who need a new, loving home together due to their owner’s health. They are very friendly and good with people. They settle well with other dogs and enjoy a walk, especially chasing squirrels, followed by a good nap. Prospective adopters must live within 1 hour of Taunton.

Sasha (Wellingborough Dog Welfare, Northants)

Sasha is an affectionate and loving bundle of super staffy energy. She might be 10 but she still needs lots of walks and fun times. Sasha needs to be your only pet and can only be rehomed locally to Northants due to current restrictions.

Jay (RSPCA Macclesfield, SE Cheshire & Buxton)

Little Jay has been loved and cared for, but is hairless due to health issues and allergies. He needs a caring, committed owner who is around all day. He needs to be your only pet. Jay needs a home with hard flooring as carpets are a problem for his allergies.

Jackson (Freshfields Animal Rescue, Liverpool)

This dear little boy is a bit of a worrywart. He wants an experienced owner who is at home most of the time and likes to have help or moral support with everything they do, plus plenty of snuggle time. His retirement home must be very peaceful so he feels safe as well as loved.

Lucky Diddy Dotty! (Oldies Club, fostered Edinburgh)

24/11/2020 *RESERVED*
Dotty was found on a motorway and luckily rescued. She needs a quiet home with company most of the time and walks to suit the mood she’s in on a particular day. A walk in the evening will tire her and help her settle better at night.