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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. 


Meet Ralph
Cavalier X.
Age: June 2019.
Ralph is very sweet, loving, energetic boy who needs a lot of exercise, he can be a little uncontrollable on the lead at times and can be very vocal. He will need lead training and socialisation with other dogs. He has met a few dogs since being here and has got on well with them but he can be dominant at times.
He cannot live with a cat.
Ralph has a few food allergies which we can explain in more detail via email.


Age: 22nd September 2014.
Tyson came into us with his mother Bella. Tyson is very affectionate & can get very attached to 1 person. He cannot live with another dog or cat.
Tyson will require lead training and socialisation with other dogs.
Experienced owners only.
Age range for children is 16+.
Please email into us for a perfect match form!

Pip - special home required

Pip is a Bedlington Terrier

she is 6 years old. 

She came into us with a severe mite infection, however after veterinary care and lots of love from her foster family she has made an amazing recovery. 

Pip's foster family have said she is a pleasure to have in the home - she is affectionate, playful and is well toilet trained. 

She does get excited on a walk and can pull on the lead and may be reactive when she sees other dogs/ cats so would benefit from some training. 

She will need some dental work in the future and also has dry eye which will require drops and her eye bathed daily. Any prospective owner will need to be prepared to cover the cost of her treatment. 

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.

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