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The animals listed below are only a small selection of those in our care. The list is changing every day. If you think you may be able to give one of these a home please telephone the Shelter for more details

LAST UPDATED ON 14 March 2018

3 year old Lurcher (large)
Brianne is a wonderful dog, she is very loving, playful and sociable - she has met other dogs and is fine –
but as she can get a little possessive over toys she will need to be the only dog in the house. She has met cats and does not want anything to do with them!
She is big and strong so will need some more obedience training on the lead but she is in general a well mannered dog - children 6+ should be fine

2 year old French Bull Dog
Eric has double incontinence due to his brain not sending signals to the bladder or bowl thus he has to wear a nappy whilst in the home and this will be for the rest of his life.
He also has a megaesophagus - this means he has to be fed small meals to prevent him regurgitating his food.
He has a great personality and is very tolerant of all the washes, sudacrem applications and cuddles he gets on a daily basis
He is ok with other dogs (neutered dogs only) and does not mind cats. He can get a bit mouthy when he gets excited.
He will need a quiet home with no children - He finds a busy household a little too much and he does get car sick
Anyone wishing to adopted Eric will have to spend time over a few days or even weeks getting to know him as he has attached himself to the staff at the Shelter and he thinks this is his home!
His adopter will need to be patient, understanding of his condition and someone must be at home most of the day to be able to change his nappies and clean him


3 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Candy is a wonderful dog, she is very loving, playful and always happy to see you. She is very active and will require plenty of exercise and things to do –
She is not a dog who will be happy sitting doing nothing and she will get bored very easily - She seems ok with male dogs only. She will be fine with older children - a bit of on going obedience work is needed.

10 month old American Bull Dog
Tyson has had little nor no training in his previous home and was never exercised. He is a good dog, not a bad bone in his very big body but he is very immature and still thinks he is a six week old little pup. He is very loving and playful and is good with other dogs and although is good with children we would only re-home him with teenagers and over - this is due to his lack of manners and training. He will need an adopter with the time and patience to train him - He cant be left tin the home alone so needs someone at home a lot - He is quite good on the lead and does not pull - Tyson will require lots and lots of things to do and see.


6 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross
Bailey was tied to post by his owner and watching them walk away knocked his confidence for six - we know who his owner is but they will not communicate with us. it seems Bailey has not had a great life –
he flinches a lot as though he is expecting a good hiding and does not like loud or angry people.
He likes calm and kind people and is very loving and obedient when he lets you into his world. He will need to be the only pet in the home. He does kennel guard so if you are interested you
will need to see him out of his kennel. He still has a long way to go trusting humans again

6 year old Lurcher
Sam is a great dog, he is fun and makes you laugh. He is playful and loving and can be quite lazy as well. He will need to be the only pet, no cats or small dogs.
He is obsessed with teddy's and likes rip them up to see what's inside. He is fine with children (6 years +)
He has been worked so caution is needed when out and about with small animals.

12 month old Whippet x
Cha cha is a great dog, full of fun and happiness
She is very active and very intelligent so will need an adopter who will stimulate her mind and take her out for lots of exercise
She will need to be the only pet in the home as she is not dog/cat friendly
She is very loving but due to a lack of manners around children she would be best with teenagers and older. She is housetrained

6 year old cross breed (gsd cross)
Lucy was handed in as a stray - she had suffered injuries to her legs and head - we are convinced that her owner handed her in because they did not want to pay vets bills as a total stranger would not have been able to get near her at that time.
We have took our time with her as she is shy and nervous and did not want to trust humans. She has come on in leaps and bounds now and we think she is now ready to go into a home (hopefully) She is fine on a walk now - although she can get spooked she recovers well. she now shows us she is loving and playful. She does not get on with other dogs so needs a child/pet free home. Her adopter my have to get to know her over a period of time due to her insecurities .

Cassius - REHOMED

2 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross
Cassius is a great dog, he is very loving, playful and likes the outdoors.
He is very good with children and although he has grown up with another dog he was never socialised around other dogs so is a little wary of them at first.
He is housetrained
Children will need to be 6+


8 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Patch was handed in by her owner who when asked about her history ran off never to be seen again!

She is a very loving little Staff - loves sitting on the sofa having cuddles. She likes playing fetch and is quite active for an older dog.
She will need to be the only pet and will be fine with children over 6. She is a little bit thin but she should fill out in time.


8 year old cross breed (very healthy & fit)

Rufus is a very loyal, loving and obedient dog. He loves playing and chasing balls - He loves his cuddles and his belly rubbed.
He is housetrained - he would be best as the only dog. He would suit an active retired person or couple

2 year old domestic short coat
Toffee has been in our care for more than 12 months now.
She is a very independent cat and will only allow you to stroke her head.
She will need an adult home only with no other pets.
Her adopter will need to be understanding of her many quirks.

2 year old American Bull Dog
Milo has not come from the best of homes and can be a little shy at first , this is just trust issues –
but once he gets to know you he is great, loving, playful and well mannered - he is fine with other dogs.
He would need an lots of exercise and an adopter experienced with large breed dogs - children will need to 12 +