Max loves his new home and his new best friend. What a marvellous end to Max’s sad story.
Kyle the adorable Cocker Spaniel has settled into his new home very well. And his new family are very pleased with him. We all love a happy ending!
Cilla is looking much happier now that she has found herself a new home, and she obviously likes her new name: Emma. What a beautiful old girl she is.
Ernie only had a few precious months with his new family. We’d like to share a letter we received about this special old boy who found love despite the odds.
Happy Casper is a very special boy who was rehomed by the Oldies Club almost 2 years ago. We visit him in his new home…
This lovely lady didn’t have to wait long for a new home – after only two days in an Oldies Club foster home, Lady’s foster family decided to adopt her!
Jack Westie’s new owners have written to let us know that Jack is much loved in his new home. And Jack has included a short message too!
Snazzy Naz has a lovely forever home and many new friends. Here’s an update from his new owner…
Florence is living her new life to the full! She’s got herself a new canine companion and has recently enjoyed taking part in a Kennel Club course!
Toby Terrier has sent us a letter from his new home in Wiltshire!
Last weekend, Meg’s foster carer went to visit a very happy Meg in her new home!
Dixie found a home after being spotted on the Oldies Club website recently.
We’ve had an update on Roly and Snoopy. This pair have really blossomed and are now living life to the full. What a happy ending for them!
14 year old Ralph spent so long in rescue he thought he would never find a loving home. But after being spotted on the Oldies site he’s now in Scotland enjoying family walks on the beach!
Betty Russell enjoying her first Christmas with her new family!
Judy is enjoying life in her new, countryside home. She’s having a great time with her new friends!
We’ve received a Christmas card with a message from Sweet Sally’s owners.
Elsa was in the care of the Oldies Club for quite some time. We really couldn’t understand why because she is such a gorgeous girl. She’s sent us an update from her forever home.
Sweet little Raymond has found a loving new home where he now lives with his new friend Lucy!
Cheerful Charlie was rescued by the Oldies Club when his previous owner sadly passed away. He didn’t need to go very far to find his forever home, his foster carers decided they couldn’t let him go!
Cheeky is a little sweetie and she’s lapping up the attention she gets in her new home. Here she is, pictured above, with her oldie chaperone Jenny!
Remember poor BB? The sad old lady who had suffered so much neglect. We’ve received a little update from her wonderful new home where she has been given the name Bridget.
As you can see from the picture, Penny and Bonny Russell have certainly made themselves comfortable in their new home. Here is an update on the two lovely girls.
Murphy has found a super home where he has a very interesting life. We are told that he is a joy to have around and he’s made many new friends already.
Tara had to leave her previous home where she was much-loved. We are so happy to hear that she is also much-loved in her new home. She looks so happy and she’s won a rosette too!
Jasper has been in his new home for over 18 months and we have had an update and photos from his owner. He is unrecognisable from the terrified, underweight, neglected dog that originally came to the Oldies Club.
Bess was terrified when she suddenly found herself in kennels. We are therefore delighted to have heard from her new owner who tells us that Bess is having the time of her life and is loved to bits!
A happy ending for Tia the staffy!
Poor Isabelle spent over a year stuck in kennels. Then, after being taken into the care of IRR and placed in a foster home, she was found to have a tumour plus secondaries. Despite this, beautiful Belle has found a wonderful new permanent home in which to enjoy her remaining time – with some gorgeous canine friends too!
Honey and Pippa are two lovely oldie Lhasa Apsos who were in the care of Oldies Club. They found their forever home on 11/7/07 and here’s an update from them.
Yogi and Nipps were rehomed on 29/3/07 and have sent us an update from their new home.
We have had an update on Holly from her new mum!
After a hard life where he was only used to living outside, Tommy wasn’t going to be an easy boy to rehome. Today we heard the wonderful news that Tommy has found a home after being spotted on the Oldies Club website, and what’s more it seems to be his dream home!
Jazz was rescued by the Oldies Club and lovingly cared for in a foster home in Wigan. On 14/4/07 she found her forever home and here’s what her doting new owners have to say about her.
Jolly and Cindy are two beautiful lurchers rehomed by Greyhound Rescue West of England. Here is an update from their proud new owners, who are now very keen to encourage other owners to consider adopting older dogs!
On 16/5/07 beautiful Ronnie and Jack said goodbye to the Oldies Club and went to their new home. A few weeks later the Oldies Club received this update from them.
â€œBall Bouncingâ€ Bailey from the Oldies Club went off to his wonderful new home on 28/4/07. Here’s an update and some lovely pictures…
We’ve received an update on Rupert the Fox Terrier rehomed by the Ark. Rupert has found himself a wonderful country home where he has a fun-filled life with his new doggy chums!
Tricks is a special old boy who waited a long time for his new home. Sadly, his devoted companion, Max, died before a new home could be found for the pair of them.
Sophie was rehomed on the 24th March, and this is an update from her wonderful new family…
Holmes now has a wonderful new home. This is an update from his great new family… Holmes has settled in very well and is with me for most of the time. When he left he gathered his lead and the squeaky toy his foster mum had given to him, as he used to lie with … Continue reading Holmes (Oldies Club)
Toby is wonderful and has settled in just fine. He follows us both around like a little shadow and goes to sleep on our knees (and snores) he is sat on my knee at the moment.
Princess Chelsea took a while to find her new home, but it was well worth waiting for.
25/01/09 We have heard the very sad news that Chelsea has passed away. Our thoughts are with her family who worshipped their beautiful princess.
We’ve heard from Precious Paddy’s new family and it sounds like he’s settled beautifully!
Meg and Ben have found a loving new home where they live with their new Cocker Spaniel friend. We have received some sweet photos of them.
Ex-working gundog Jack Springer came into Oldies Club care at the age of 10. He has now gone to his new home still as a ‘working’ dog – he is now a pub dog, and he seems to be pretty good at the job!
Brindle’s first Christmas in his brand new home. Take a look at this sweet guy! He’s really entering into the Christmas spirit.
Joyce arrived in rescue in a terrible state, but her luck changed and she had a happy retirement in her new home. 13/10/08 Joyce has very sadly passed away.
We’ve had an update on Samson the staffy. He’s turned into a beach-bum and sarny snaffler…
We are delighted to be able to share the heartwarming updates from Max’s new owner…
Cash’s former owners wanted him to be put to sleep. But this happy boy survived and moved on to a wonderful new home.
Charley has really got her paws under the table in her loving new home!
China was rehomed by The Ark to the family of one of their volunteers.
Bruno has sent a letter to his old foster home!
Titch and Jade were in Oldies Club foster care – and they never left, as their foster parents were unable to part with them! See the photos from their Rehoming Party here!
A tribute to Oscar the Golden Oldie by his devoted new owners.
Rolo the chocolate Labrador has really landed on his paws. His new owner has written to tell us all about him.
Jemima has found a lovely new home, and her proud owner has sent us a photo!
Shamrock (“Sham” for short) is a ten year old Irish Red Setter who came to the Oldies Club due to her mum’s ill health. She has settled beautifully into her new home, and is doing really well with her new family which includes three other dogs.
Sasha spent ten years looking for a home, but has finally gone to her forever home. We are all so pleased for her.
Todd the adorable black lab took a surprising time to find his forever home for such a lovely well-behaved old dog – but he has now landed there at last! Read his story here.
From a frightened, skinny dog to a happy, well-loved pet – and local celebrity! – this is Jasper’s journey.
15/01/2006 After a challenging start, Benji is settling into his new home!
Beau and Belle (was Donna) were both listed on the Oldies Club website on behalf of the rescues that were helping them. Both needed very special homes. Their wonderful new owners saw Beau here and fell for him – once he had settled in, they decided to adopt Belle as well! *now updated Feb 2006!*
19/10/2005 Bobby has gone to a new home with an older couple who are thrilled to bits with him! See his photos and find out more here!
7/7/2009 We are so sorry to hear that Maisie has passed away. She was so loved by her owners and had a lovely last few years of her life. Rest In Peace old girl.
Johnson was in great demand when he found himself in the care of the Oldies Club. He’s settled into his new home beautifully!
Seb was a UK poundie freed from pound life with the aid of the Oldies Club’s trusty transporters. He was in quite a state, itchy, balding and with a badly damaged eye. Now Seb has gone to a forever home where he is dearly beloved.
Willow is a DDR Warrington Oldie, and Shep is an Oldies Club Oldie – and they now live together in their new home.
Dylan has settled down well in his new home which he shares with two other Yorkies, Trixie and Jayne. Already he rules the roost with those two!
Molly was thought to be almost blind and partially deaf, and was the victim of a neglect case. Now she has a loving new home with the experienced owner she so badly needed.
Molly sadly passed away on 26th September 2008.
Dorothy’s foster parents fell in love with her, and she stayed forever!
Storm came to the Oldies Club in June 2005. Nursed through a perineal hernia by Oldies foster carer Jan, Storm is now in a new home – find out more here.
In June 2005, the Oldies Club received a call from Meadow Green Dog Rescue, Norfolk. They had been asked to take in two oldie terrier bitches whose owner had been hospitalised and would not be able to care for them in the future, but had no room to accept them. It normally takes much longer to rehome pairs of dogs, but these beautiful girls were off to their new mum in Derbyshire within just one week – read how here!
14 year old Old English Sheepdog Lukka spent four long years with Celtic Animal Lifeline, waiting for a new home. At last, he has found the perfect home with new dad Mark – this is his story.
Originally found as a mange-ridden, emaciated stray in Ireland, 9 year old Rottweiler cross Martha is now happily settled with new mum Nats – this is her story. :-)
A small, older crossbreed was brought in to District Dogs Rescue, Warrington following a road traffic accident in May 2005. He had his eye removed and was nicknamed Billy Wizz. Now known as Woody and settled in his forever home with new mum Barb, he may not “wizz” around, but he’s certainly fallen on all four paws!