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Rehome a Dog

The Sanctuary cares for dogs that have been abandoned, suffered neglect or abuse or are victims of circumstance. Therefore, we try to ensure that our dogs go to a home where they will be loved and cared for. This ensures that they should have a long and happy life.

All our dogs are neutered before being re-homed.

Currently in Need of a Loving Home

Dogs for re-homing Cwmbran


Senna is a handsome young dog who is an unusual cross between a Lurcher and an English Bull Terrier!


Spud is a lovely young Lurcher who loves people and dogs, and can spend ages running and playing! 


Troy is an energetic young Lurcher crossbreed who loves his exercise and his playtime.


Tank is your typical cheeky Staffy, who is a very friendly and lively boy that was king of his last home!


Bo is a young firecracker of a pooch, who is looking for an energetic owner to keep him occupied! 


Lex is a gorgeous cheeky collie who would be a brilliant addition to an energetic and loving family. 


Peanut is a cheeky Collie crossbreed who loves company, playtime and to be showered with affection!


Reggie is a cheeky young Yorkie chap who is full of energy and love! Reggie loves company and his walkies!

Important Re-homing procedures for Dogs

A home visit will be carried out prior to any re-homing to ensure that we have the right match.

A re-homing donation of £150 is requested. This helps us cover the costs of caring for our dogs, neutering, worming and fleaing and also any required veterinary care. All dogs have free 4 weeks post-adoption insurance, which is fulfilled through Pet Plan.

Please note that we do not have card payment facilities here at the sanctuary.

After re-homing, you'll be able to access advice from the Sanctuary as needed for the rest of the dog's life.

Please note :

  • In certain circumstances the Sanctuary may re-home a dog to a home where there is a child under 5 years old. Satisfactory assessments will be required.
  • In certain circumstances the Sanctuary may not re-home a dog where the dog is left alone for more than 4 hours in the day. Satisfactory assessments will be required.
  • If you live in rented accommodation the Sanctuary will require your landlord's written permission.
  • We do not re-home our dogs with existing dogs that are not neutered (unless for medical or exceptional circumstances).

Please come to see our dogs. Rehoming hours are: 12 - 5 pm,  Monday - Sunday

Also, if you would like more information on any of the dogs available for adoption please contact the Sanctuary on (01633) 866144