Handsome Seamus Cocker (Oldies Club)

How could anyone resist these beautiful brown eyes? It’s no suprise Seamus Cocker didn’t have to wait long for his new home, when he came into Oldies Club care last year. Read here how he’s been getting on!

A very happy ending for Daisy and Dolly (RSPCA, West Norfolk)

Very happily, Daisy and Dolly were quickly seen on the Oldies Club website and offered their perfect, forever home. We have received this lovely update from the RSPCA, West Norfolk and feel very privileged to have been able to help. It’s such a happy ending for two lovely ladies who deserve the best.

Kizzi Cocker loves her new family (Oldies Club)

Kizzi’s new family have been in touch to let us know that this beautiful old girl has settled in really well. As you can see, she hasn’t forgotten about us and still keeps an eye on the Oldies Club website, hoping that the other dogs listed here will be as lucky as her!

Basil – was Old Dog of the Week, now New Dog at the Park!

Basil was waiting for a special new home for almost a year and he was starting to think he’d never find it. But after being spotted on our website as our Old Dog of the Week, he’s now settling into a new life and loving every minute! Aug 10: Updated with photos of Baz doing agility!

Big Hearted Butch is blooming (Oldies Club)

When Butch’s details appeared on the Oldies Club website the phone never stopped ringing. We had lots of fantastic offers of homes for him and now he has settled down really well in his perfect forever home. He even has a selection of beds so he can choose where he snoozes.

Playful Pip is home and dry (Oldies Club)

Playful Pip had an early Christmas present – a forever family and a new sister to play with. She’s settled in so well and giving her family loads of cuddles and kisses.
March 2010 We are so sad to hear that Pip has passed away after only a short time with her new owners. Sleep tight, Pip.

Immy has a new lease of life – and so does Roxy

Immy was rehomed from an entry on the Oldies Club website. Already happily settled in that new home was Roxy, also an ex Oldies club dog. At 18 and 15, Immy and Roxy, together with their other companion Zak who is also 15, are having a wonderful life, proving that there is definitely life in the old dogs yet. June 2010 Read Immy and roxy’s update here

Tyson and his new friend (Oldies Club)

Tyson has obviously made a splash in his new home and has a new friend with whom to share all the fun. The dogs were having such a good time that they wouldn’t keep still for the photo but you can get the general idea!

Peggy (was Mattie) Staffygirl (Oldies Club)

Mattie had a hard life and was in a desperate situation when she first came into Oldies Club foster care. Now she’s now a happy, healthy girl in her perfect forever home. She’s got her new family well trained and they love her to bits. She’s having a great time.

Jessie the bright star (Oldies Club)

Jessie the 14 year old golden girl left her Oldies Club foster home on Monday to start a fabulous life with her new mum and dad. We’ve heard from them today and it sounds as though Jessie has really settled in.

Sweet Samson … enjoying the seaside! (Oldies Club)

Oldies Club Samson didn’t take long to work his charms on his foster family and they soon decided that they couldn’t part with him. He’s enjoying his new life to the full and has decided that his favourite place is the seaside! August 10 Samson has sadly passed away./strong>

Suzy Settles In (Oldies Club)

Here is a lovely update on Suzy (formerly known as Laid Back Lucy). She is really enjoying her new life, meeting new friends, visiting the pub and generally loving life!

Lady Red Loses Her Title & Finds A Family

Lady Red has dropped her title and is just called Red now. She has settled in brilliantly in her new home and her new family have sent us some photos and an update. It’s a real happy ending for this lovely old girl.

Pretty Lady is now Pretty Sadie

Pretty Lady didn’t stay in Oldies Club care long enough to have a full entry on the website. Relatives of her foster carer fell in love with her and decided to adopt her straightaway.

Bruno bounces back

Only a short time ago, Bruno was a thin neglected boy but then he met his new owners. Now his life is wonderful and he gets all the love and attention a dog could possibly want.