Little Miss Misty (Oldies Club, fostered Surrey)

Misty is a typically cute Jack Russell who is independent, fun and intelligent. She thoroughly enjoys her walks and is good on the lead. She loves playing with a squeaky toy, chasing a football around the garden (she’s a brilliant dribbler!) and snuggling up on the sofa when sleepy. Misty is wonderful company.

Joey (Cheltenham Animal Shelter, Gloucestershire)

Just because you’re small and cute doesn’t mean you want fuss from everyone. Extreme cuteness is little Joey’s cross to bear. He’s a sovereign being in his own right and needs a human companion who respects this. He’s a lovely, undemanding old boy. Treats, yes. Fusses, no thank you.

Smiler (Safe Rescue, fostered Norfolk)

Like his name, Smiler is a happy, bouncy Corgi/Terrier Cross who has a zest for life and a sense of fun. He would like a doggy friend in his new home and loves going out for walks. Smiler has huge potential and loves to be around people.

Jackson (Freshfields Animal Rescue, Liverpool)

Jackson was very worried to find himself in rescue. He needs an experienced owner used to nervous, anxious dogs. You’ll need to be kind, gentle and understanding. A quiet, one-person home, as your only pet, with few visitors and no children at any time is what this little chap needs.

Acer & Missy (Foal Farm, Kent)

The only thing better than adopting an oldie is adopting two oldies! Acer and Missy are the best of friends and need to stay together. Acer follows Missy around and looks up to her. Bless! They’d like to be your only pets but can live with children aged 12+

Ellie (Dogs Trust Newbury, Berkshire)

Dinky little Ellie is as sweet as she looks. She takes a while to get to know people and wants a quiet, adult only home as an only pet and not many visitors to fret about. She loves to keep busy with toys and walkies. She’s an adorable, cheerful companion!

Terrier Buddy, needs home comforts! (Oldies Club, fostered Somerset)

29/7/2020 Adorable Buddy is now reserved to his foster carers as they cannot bear to part with him.
Buddy is a deaf and arthritic old boy who was an unclaimed stray. He wants a home with all the love and attention he craves as it seems that he has perhaps missed out on these things in the past. Could you offer old Buddy all the care he deserves?

Leaha and Charlie (Good Life Dog Rescue, South Yorkshire)

7/4/20 – We have heard wonderful news from Leaha and Charlie’s new owner, who found them on the Oldies Club website! These beautiful dogs are now living their best lives in comfort together in a loving home. We were so touched by Leaha and Charlie’s sad story and so it is very uplifting to receive this happy update.

Bentley (Stokenchurch Dog Rescue, Bucks.)

2/8/20 – Bentley is now reserved!
This flying Jack Russell cross (sticking his tongue out for concentration) is Bentley! He’s looking for a quiet, adult only home as an only pet and owners who will be considerate of his shyness with strangers. He’s amusing, loving and cute!