Tia (National Animal Welfare Trust, Somerset)

People loving and sunny natured Tia just loves a good fuss and will return the affection tenfold. She likes to greet people and explore. Tia is fine with dogs outside but would like to be the only pet in a home where any children are older. She will make a super companion.

Abby & Penny (Pro Dogs Direct, fostered Surrey)

This adorable pair of princesses are good with other dogs and confident cats. They can only have gentle walks these days and like to spend plenty of time on the sofa, preferably cuddled up to you! These two sweeties are friendly with everyone and, frankly, absurdly cute!

Noodles (Freshfields Animal Rescue, Liverpool)

Noodles has a ‘weekend family’ who love him and where he is happy, but he spends each week at Freshfields, thoroughly miserable, quiet and withdrawn, desperately waiting for the weekend. Read his story to see if you could you help him.

Buster (All Dogs Matter, London)

Aw… Buster has been waiting for months for his forever human to find him! He’s a well behaved, affectionate old sweetheart who’s never happier than when snuggled up to someone. He can live with older children but wants to be an only pet. Oh, won’t someone say they want him?!

Sam (RSPCA South Godstone, Surrey)

15/04/19 – Sam is being fostered with a view to adoption. Good luck boy!
Dear old Sam hasn’t yet had a happy home life and he’s now been in kennels for over a year! He needs an adult only home and to be the only pet. At home, he’s the most relaxed, affectionate, easy-going boy you could wish for!

Sandy (RSPCA South Godstone, Surrey)

Sweet Sandy has had a very limited lifestyle and she’s a sensitive, gentle girl. She’s looking for a peaceful retirement with owners who understand that the wider world can be overwhelming at times. She’s a loving, loyal, pure-hearted beauty!

Rover (Foal Farm Animal Rescue, Kent)

Rover is a gentle and affectionate Staffie Cross who loves people. He’s lived happily with children and other dogs but not cats. As a companion, you couldn’t ask for a better boy and he’s urgently looking for a foster/permanent home for all those home comforts he loves.

Zola (Stray Dogs Sanctuary, Devon)

Zola will be your utterly devoted companion and love you forever! She can live with other dogs and children as she has a lovely temperament. She likes her lead walks and loves getting under the duvet even more!

Wellington (Stokenchurch Dog Rescue, Bucks.)

Wellington needs calm, experienced owners who will make him feel secure. He is a sensitive boy and so a quiet, rural home with a secure garden is on his list of requirements. He’d like to be your only dog and needs someone at home with him most of the time.

Nancy (Saving Romanian Strays, fostered Scotland)

Dear Nancy is a bit of a snuggle monster on the quiet and loves human company. She’s looking for a quiet retirement home with maybe retired people who have time to give her lots of love. She is living with other dogs and gets on fine with them. She’s a very sweet, calm lady.

Lilly (Senior Staffy Club, fostered West Midlands)

8/5/19 – Lilly is reserved!
Lovely Lilly is looking for a comfortable retirement as an only pet with a loving family/owner. She’s good with other dogs she meets on walks but wants to be the centre of attention at home. She’s a sturdy, soppy lady!

Charlie, Chinese Crested, Oldies Club, sponsor dog, toys Charlie Chinese Crested (Oldies Club Sponsor Dog)

03/12 Sadly Charlie has passed away. He had a seizure last week which took its toll and he passed away in his fosterers arms earlier today. Our thoughts are with his fosterers who gave him such a fantastic and stable home for him to end his days in. Sleep tight little man.

Bluebell (Freshfields Animal Rescue, Liverpool)

Pretty Bluebell has been in rescue almost all her life and desperately needs a proper home and people who are truly hers. Please, please read about Bluebell – you might be the person she’s been waiting for. 8/5/19 – Bluebell still needs a home

Home-comfort-loving Toby (Oldies Club, fostered Carmarthenshire)

27/11/18 – We have very sad news of little Toby. His health hasn’t been good of late and he sadly became so poorly that he has now had to be put to sleep. We would like to thank his foster carers for the wonderful care they have given Toby since he came into rescue. Sleep tight now, special little Toby.