Asia is a lovely little girl who is full of character!! She is a little terrier cross (Spanish Bodeguero), she is around two years old. She was found on the streets in Sevilla and sadly had been hit by a car, she was thankfully rescued and brought to safety and checked out by the vet. […]
Jimmy Todd is a Terrier cross, possibly Jack Russell with a Spaniel type. At present, he is currently living with 15 other dogs of various age, sex, size, temperament and breed. This chap is a very well mannered individual and enjoys spending his time relaxing. When a lead is presented, he does not hesitate to […]
This is the stunning Max. We are looking for a home that has had a similar type sight hound before. He is 2 years old and could be a Saluki cross Greyhound. He is rather a tall boy and so we are looking for an adult only home, either as an only dog or with […]
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My name is Chico, I’m a Staffordshire Bull Terrier boy aged 9 years old. I came into rescue with my best friend Jodie after our owner passed away. I have big brown eyes and a lovely smooth chocolate coat. I am a very lovable, steady boy in need of a new home. I am good with dogs and all people, little and large! I am lonely here in the kennels, Jodie has already gone to her new home but I am still waiting. I would really love to be snuggled up in front of a fire this Christmas.
My name is Bobby, I am a 6 year old tan Staffordshire Bull Terrier boy. I originally came to Carla Lane Animals in Need as a stray, the dog warden collected me and after spending 7 days at the council kennels I was up for destruction, because my owner didn’t claim me. I was in a state, starved and in need of some TLC.
After months of extra meals and cheese and biscuits for supper, I have now reached my target weight. I walk well on the lead and will sit, paw, lie down, roll over and even speak for a yummy cube of cheese – mmm my favourite! I am a happy, friendly boy with big gentle chocolate button eyes. I need a pet free home, but would love my own human for Christmas.
Bart is looking for a new home due to a change in his owners circumstances. Bart is excellent in the house – fully house-trained and has good manners when people are eating. He does like to lie on the couch but will lie on his bed if told. He is fine with all the other dogs in the house apart from when he is sleeping. He does like his own space when he is sleeping.
Bart is fine with other sighthounds and calm dogs but does need careful introduction with other breeds, however Barts owner has worked very hard with him and he can now walk passed calm dogs, he does not like off lead dogs running up and getting in his face though, he is very anxious if this happens. He gets fed with 2 other greyhounds at the moment – he hasn’t shown any signs of food aggression.
Bart loves to go out for walks and gets quite excited when he sees his lead coming out. He knows basic commands such as sit, lie-down and paw and is very responsive to his name. He is a big snuggle monster and loves to curl up on the couch for a cuddle. He loves to play with a tennis ball in the garden and will amuse himself for ages just throwing it around and chasing after it before collapsing in a heap. Bart has a lot to offer a potential new home, all he asks is for this home to be his forever one.
Goldie & Buddy have come into SGS’s care due to a change in their owners circumstances, they have always lived together and have to be homed together, they don’t really act their age as you will see by the photos, they are happy playful dogs, they have been in our care for a couple of months and in that time we have built up their fitness and had them fully assessed by vets, and their teeth cleaned etc.
Goldie and Buddy are really good fun and they will add love and laughter into any home.
If your considering taking on two dogs please give these two a chance, you won’t regret it.
Wesley came into our care after breaking his leg at Armadale racetrack. He is a quiet and sweet little boy who loves ear rubs and cuddles. He is currently in his SGS foster home and is continuing his recovery from his broken leg which is healing nicely and is on the mend and looking forward to getting a home of his own.
This adorable little lady is Rags and she has such a sad story to tell. She came into rescue with her friend Missy from her previous home where she was not being cared for properly and was most likely abused as well. Rags is now safe in the care of Starfish Dog Rescue where she is being treated kindly by her loving foster mum. She is a Norfolk terrier cross Jack russell who is just 6/7 years of age. Rags has the sweetest nature and is slowly responding to the love and care she is receiving in her foster home. It has been a heartbreaking journey for her; when she first arrived she just hid for days behind a chair and when she went into the garden, she would wedge herself behind the greenhouse and hide, the poor girl. She now has a regular routine which includes walks, meals and of course, lots of TLC.
Rags love going for her walks, but she is still quite nervous and the smallest thing can make her jump. The poor girl flattens to the ground as if she is afraid of being hit. However, she will come up behind you wagging her little tail and give you kisses. She is gaining confidence every day with her foster family, which includes another small dog. Rags sleeps well all night upstairs and is clean in the house. She has met the granddaughter and is fine, although she does not like it when she plays drums with a wooden spoon. She would probably do best in a quiet home without lots of young children around. She desperately needs a loving, patient home where her owners will not expect too much of her to begin with but will allow her to gain their trust as slowly as she needs to.
Here is a lovely video of Rags in the garden:
Rags could share her home with another quiet, calm and gentle dog. She doesn’t have a bad bone in her body and she so deserves to be loved and cherished as she should have been earlier in her life.
Cute little Missy came into rescue as a neglected and abused little lady. She is a little Fox Terrier cross who is only around 6/7 years of age. She and her friend Rags arrived in rescue with Starfish Dog Rescue together, in the hopes they would find loving new homes where they can be cherished as they deserve to be. Poor Missy was quite traumatized when she first came into rescue, but just a couple of weeks in her foster home, she is a different girl! She still has that worried look with new people and is not as confident as a little terrier should be, but she loves her foster family and has settled in very well with them. She loves playing ball with the boys and she is happy to make herself comfy on the beds when her foster mum is at work!
Missy just loves her cuddles and she would like a home where she has free access to the sofa and beds as well! She is good on her walks and off the lead, but is still a little anxious and sticks close by you. Although she travels well in the car, she is still just a little anxious and nervous there as well, poor baby. Missy can live with children, but would prefer a quiet home where the kids are a bit older and used to being with dogs. She does enjoy playing football in the garden! She would love for her new owners to give her plenty of cuddles and reassurance and she would really love to share the bed with you at night!
Here is a video of Missy enjoying a game of ball with her foster family!
Hope is very special as she has recently removed for a sticker tumour, a very common and completely curable form of cancer. Although you wouldn’t know it, this little girl doesn’t let anything stop her. She is a delight to have around, so playful and fun. Hope had received all the treatment she will need and is completely cured, but this has put some people off adopting her sadly She is only young and has so much love to give! She was found wandering the streets in Romania all alone but luckily was found and picked up just in time.
Now the UK has given her her only opportunity for a loving and happy home of her own. She loves to play and would love a home with another dog for same species companionship. She is house trained and has been living with dogs and cats in foster. She comes with her own pet passport, is vaccinated, microchipped and neutered.
Pippin is a lovely Lhasa Apso who has come to us after a change in his owners circumstances. He is 10 years old, but acts like a dog half his age! Pippin is a very friendly boy, who loves human company and is very affectionate. He is very good with other dogs when out and about.
Pippin does have severe separation anxiety and really hates being left on his own. He needs an owner who is going to be around the majority of the time. We would prefer Pippin to be rehomed with another dog, as we feel that would give him security and would help with his anxiety. Pippin is very good with children. He can’t live with cats.