Obi is a 13 year old Crossbreed (GSD, Labrador and Dobermann are within his heritage) who arrived in Oldies Club in November 2019 after his owner was forced to move and sadly couldnt take him with them. When Obi first arrived his fosterer could tell he was a very gentle and sweet tempered dog. Unfortunately … Continue reading Gentle Obi (Oldies Club Sponsor Dog)
Max is a 15-year-old Jack Russell Terrier who came into the Oldies Club care in June 2020 because his owner was moving into a care home. This little lad had been the devoted, loyal companion of his doting owner his whole life. Max was rather nervous when he first arrived as his whole life had … Continue reading Tripawd Max (Oldies Club Sponsor Dog)
Georgie is a lovely 14 year old Yorkshire Terrier who came into Oldies Club care in June 2020 due to his owners having to start working away and there was no-one to look after him. When Georgie first arrived he was rather matted and piddling everywhere. Despite this he was a rather spritely older chap … Continue reading Gorgeous Georgie (Oldies Club Sponsor Dog)
Benji is a lovely 14 year old German Spitz who came into Oldies Club care in March 2020 after his one owner sadly passed away and the other moved into pet free accommodation. When Benji first arrived he took some time to settle and was rather anxious to start. Thankfully over time he has settled … Continue reading Endearing Benji (Oldies Club Sponsor Dog)
Chock-Dee & Diamond are 12 year old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel sisters who came into Oldies Club care in February 2020 after the breakdown of their owners marriage and them having to move to pet free accommodation. They are affectionately known by their fosterers as Big C and Tiny D. The girls settled in well … Continue reading Chock-Dee & Diamond aka Big C & Tiny D (Oldies Club Sponsor Dogs)
Tia is a cute 14/15 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier, who came into Oldies Club care early in November 2019 due to her owners being unable to care for her fully due to ill health. When Tia first arrived she had a few health conditions that needed to be sorted. Tia had an undiagnosed skin … Continue reading Talkative Tia (Oldies Club Sponsor Dog)
Due to a very upsetting experience prior to coming into Oldies Club care, along with the lack of suitable home offers for our special boy, we made the decision that Jazz should be placed in our sponsor dog scheme, which means he will remain as a permanent foster dog in his current foster home, with the charity covering all of his vet bills and arranging any necessary ongoing Oldies Club approved behavioural support.
Fabulous Flash is a gorgeous 13 year old Lurcher who originally came into Oldies Club care in June 2017 because his owner was going to work abroad. Flash was originally up for adoption but due to a patient wait of over 500 days for the elusive perfect home and the need for experienced handling due … Continue reading Fabulous Flash! (Oldies Club Sponsor Dog)
Shadow is a 12 year old Staffie boy who came into Oldies Club care in October 2017 due to the breakup of the relationship of his owners. When he arrived he was a rather distressed little boy who wasnt in the best condition. He had infections of the ears, eyes & skin. Despite his health … Continue reading Special Shadow (Oldies Club Sponsor Dog)
Bailey is a gorgeous 12 year old Cocker Spaniel, who originally came into Oldies Club care early in 2017 when he was being left for longer hours and Bailey wasnt happy. He was quickly adopted by his fosterer but unfortunately his separation anxiety became too much and he came back into our care. As well … Continue reading Energetic Bailey (Oldies Club Sponsor Dog)
Playful, inquisitive and at times feisty, Lucky is a 15 year old Jack Russell Terrier girl who came into the Oldies Club dog rescue because of issues between Lucky and the other dog in the home. When Lucky first arrived she had a rather obvious cataract in her left eye. Her vision seemed okay but … Continue reading Feisty Lucky (Oldies Club Sponsor Dog)
Terrier Tom came into Oldies Club care in Autumn 2013. We had been led to believe that Tom was an ‘easy’ dog, but it soon became clear that this was not the case and Tom had to be moved from not just one, but two of our foster homes.