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Rehome a Dog

Browse all of the dogs that are currently in our care who are all in need of loving forever homes!


Re-homing is strictly by appointment. 

If you are interested in re-homing any of dogs, please email us at for an application form to register your interest. We do try to respond to every application form once received, but if demand for the dog is high, this is not always possible. You should presume if you do not receive a reply within 7 days that your application has not been successful. 

If you would like to make a donation towards the costs of looking after the dogs please use the " DONATE" button on this website.  

Alternately you may want to sponsor one of the kennels - this is a great way to support the sanctuary and also makes a nice gift. For more information visit the support us page on our website. 


Can you offer Diesel his forever home. 

Diesel is a very playful Siberian Husky. D.O.B: 01/01/2010. He is super friendly and very vocal (he will talk back to you!), he is good on the lead, plays with toys and only fetches when it suits him! Diesel would suit a home with experienced owners of the breed.  He gets on quite well with other dogs, if the other dog can cope with him being very dominant and highly excitable. Diesel needs plenty of space and likes to be off the lead, although his recall would have to be worked on so an enclosed safe space would be suitable. He has a lovely temperament and is eager to have all the love you can give.

Diesel does suffer from severe separation anxiety even when left for a few minutes. A special home is required ideally where someone can be home with him all the time. His forever family  will need to be prepared to work with him to help him improve.

We are looking for a home where there are no cats and children aged 16 or over.

If you think you can give Diesel the special home he requires, please contact us. 






Bella came in with her son Tyson.

She is 8 years old. 

Bella is a staffy cross. She is a sweet girl who loves cuddles and has lots of energy. She is a real bundle of fun. 

Unfortunately due to her not going out and being socialised she is not good with other dogs ( we are working with her to improve this ). She  will also need more lead training. 

She will suit an experienced dog owning family with older children who are prepared to help her with her training.  


PEANUT ( reserved )

Date of Birth - 7th May 2018 (2 Years Old)
Peanut is a very energetic Jack Russell X. Once he gets to know you he is very friendly & a bundle of fun. At first, he can be nervous and wary, therefore, he will need multiple meet and greets with the successful family.
We are unsure to his background but we know he lived with a family of 5.
Age range for children is recommended at 16+ or an adult only home.
Peanut would best suit a home with no other pets.

Molly and Daisy

Hi! Our names are Molly & Daisy
Molly is 10. (Rough coated)
Daisy is 11.
Molly & Daisy are very sweet girls who have a lot of love to give!
Despite their age, they are very energetic and love to play fetch and go on long walks
We do not know a great deal about their backgrounds.
Age range for children is 7+.
They must go as the only pets in the household as they do react to other dogs and cats.
Due to the conditions they were living in we cannot say for sure whether they are 100% house trained.
Please email into us for a perfect match form if your house will be the perfect home for these two sweet girls


Special home required .
Meghan is a beautiful 3 year old  Patterdale.
She can be very nervous at first if she doesn’t know you but when she feels comfortable she is like a bottle of pop! She is okay around some dogs but not all, due to Meghan’s reactivity with some, we cannot home her with another dog. Meghan cannot live with cats.
Age range for children is 16+.
As Meghan is very nervous she will need owners with previous dog experience who can help bring her out of her shell. 
Due to her nervousness she is currently on medication for anxiety - it is hoped that once she settles in her forever home that she may not need these, but this cannot be guaranteed and any potential owner should be aware that she could be on these for life. 

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.

For  our dogs, a re-homing donation of £200.00 is requested. This helps us cover the costs of caring for our dogs, neutering, worm and flea treatment, and also any required veterinary care.

All dogs have free 5 weeks post-adoption insurance, which is fulfilled through Petplan.

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 :

  • 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).

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