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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 info@allcreatureslife.org 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. 

Lucy

Beagle X Jack Russell 

Female

Date of Birth - 17th May 2019

 

Lucy came into us on the 30th May 2021. Lucy is an extremely friendly, loving dog! Lucy is very energetic and will require an active lifestyle and household. She enjoys walks and can be let off lead in a secure environment but cannot be trusted in an open space due to her breed and little to no recall at the moment. Lucy is fantastic with other dogs, she will bark at them to play and can be submissive if she isn't sure of them at first, especially if the other dog is bigger than her. Lucy enjoys playing with tennis balls and soft, cuddly, squeaky toys. We would recommend that Lucy go to a home with another dog for company. Lucy cannot live with a cat. As previously mentioned, Lucy is VERY energetic and once she gets going she does not stop, she will run at you full speed and will not put the breaks on, she can also play bite when overly excited (this is not aggression), due to this we recommend an age range of 9+ as Lucy could potentially, accidently knock a toddler over. Lucy has been known to get quite bored in her previous home and has displayed minor episodes of separation anxiety, when Lucy felt like this, she would occasionally chew a kitchen cupboard door or dig in the garden. We believe having another dog for company would help with this. Applications from a household with no dogs will still be considered. 

Since Lucy came into us, we have noticed that she is quite lame on her left back leg, she has currently had two Vet visits with no visual signs of anything being wrong. Lucy is booked in to have X-RAYS on both back legs on the 17th June to investigate further. As the Vets can find no signs of injury, pain or dysplasia, we are now OPENING applications for Lucy but she will not be rehomed until after the X-RAY results. 

If you require any further information, please email into us and ask for one of our Animal Welfare Assistant's.  

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