Hello, my names Esther I arrived at HULA from a charity that helps dogs like me get out of the dog pound and find a forever home, which means I have no background history. I’m a loving and friendly girl, although I can be a little boisterous and excitable at times. I’m an active girl, […]
Poppy is an 18 month old Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross who never stops wagging her tail. She is very loving and enjoys cuddles and sloppy kisses. She is house trained and sleeps quietly at night. Poppy is strong on the lead, but walks very well when using a halti. She is understandably extremely excited when […]
Caesar is a very handsome 4 year old Cane Corso. He is very people friendly but has not been over socialised with other dogs. He loves his food and is known here as the big lovable lump. He has come into rescue due to the change of circumstances of his owners and through no fault […]
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. […]
This gorgeous 3 year old male Rottweiler is unbelievably still looking for a new family to love him. We rescued him from a Spanish pound where he had been patiently waiting for months for someone to come along and save him. We brought him to the UK in December 2013. He is a beautiful boy inside […]
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Jasper is a gorgeous and gentle 12 year old German Shepherd lad, who came into Oldies Club care when his previous owners could not take him to their new accommodation. He is currently in foster in Stourbridge in the West Midlands while he looks for his forever home. Jasper would love to find somewhere, possibly with another dog, but certainly with someone who will let him play with his toys…. all day…every day! Jasper settled in to his foster home immediately and was no trouble at all. He can be left for up to five hours on his own and will just take himself off to bed and sleep. Jasper would be fine with full time workers if he had a garden break or a walk at lunchtime.
Jasper is fine with other dogs he meets. He has lived with a Yorkie and another German Shepherd and he got on very well with them. He does like to have a bark at some dogs when out, but this is just friendly and he shows no aggression whatsoever. Jasper shouldn’t live with cats. He has seen a few when out and about and has wanted to chase them. Jasper seems fine with children of all ages but due to his size and his boisterous ways, especially when playing with his toys, older children, say over the age of 12, would be ideal. He is excellent when walking on the lead. Jasper goes for his main walk early in the morning for about an hour, then a few shorter walks during the course of the day. He just adores being out and about. Apparently Jasper is fine in the car although this hasn’t been tested since he arrived in foster care.
Jasper’s favourite pastimes are playing with his toys and then more play with his toys. He is bordering on obsessive with this and will need some control in his new home regarding the amount of time he can play with them!
Cute Charlie is a gorgeously fluffy Chinese Crested Powderpuff and is a very loving little lad. Charlie is a very fit and healthy dog, has no ailments and is on no medication. He is lively in the house and will play with toys. Charlie could walk as far as you are willing to take him and as often. He’s living in an Oldies Club foster home in Barnsley, South Yorkshire while he hopes to find his perfect forever home. Charlie is a gorgeous and cuddly little guy who likes to bring his toy for a play. He looks forward to his walks and enjoys his dinner, getting excited when he sees his dish. He likes to be close to his special person which may be because he is deaf. Charlie did quite a bit of howling to start with and suffered from a bit of separation anxiety. He does not like the door being shut on him. After a few days, however, the howling stopped but he is still quite stressed if left on the wrong side of the door.
Charlie’s previous owners said he was left alone about 5 hours a day. There is usually someone at his foster home, but he has been left for the usual shopping trips. Charlie does howl to start with but has always been found him settled and quiet on return. He seems to find comfort in being close to people and would much prefer someone around most of the time. Charlie had a doggy friend at his previous home until a few months ago. He has been fine with the dogs in his foster home. They seem to mainly ignore each other, but there have signs of playing. He picks up on their behaviour and he would probably like a calm, quiet playmate. He does not cope well with dogs outdoors. There were cats in his previous home, but he has not been tested with them in his current home. He should be fine with dog-savvy cats. Charlie’s previous owner had a teenage boy and some younger grandchildren and said he was fine with them. He seems to get excited when he sees children, particularly when they are playing football. Any introduction to children would need to be undertaken very carefully.
Charlie is deaf and so needs to be kept on a lead outside. He does pull to start with but then settles down. He has no recall. Indoors, he does respond to some hand signals if he is looking at you. He follows his foster carer’s dogs and copies their movements. Charlie likes to sit on the back seat or in the footwell. Sometimes he whimpers for a few minutes at the start of the drive but generally will sleep. He loves his toys, loves his food, loves being tickled and patted and loves a big cuddle on your knee! He’s not really keen on being picked up. Nothing else worries him in the house. He does have fear aggression when out walking and will pull on the lead and try to get to other dogs. This is being worked on to try and get him to ignore other dogs (though a bit hit and miss at the moment).
Charlie would like a quiet home with someone to give him lots and lots of attention. He is a very loving dog and likes to be very close. This may be due to his deafness that he needs the comfort of being able to touch you, even just sitting at your feet. A doggy friend would be nice if it were a quiet, patient, calm dog, but also he could be an only dog if you could give him lots of time. If new people come into the house, they need to be told to ignore him and let him come to them otherwise he may snap though he has not ever made contact and it is just fear. Charlie has no health problems at all. He is fit and well and enjoys a good play with you and his toys. He has been vaccinated, microchipped and flea/worm treated.
“ Charlie is a completely different dog in the house – he is sweet and cuddly. He brings his toy for a play, looks forward to his walks, enjoys his dinner and gets excited when he sees his dish. In the house he is every bit as gorgeous as his picture. Outside, Charlie has learned the behaviour of pulling on the lead, barking and trying to get to other dogs. He seems to go from calm to intense in seconds. He can only focus on the other dog and this is a habit that needs breaking. This is being worked on and this will need to be taken on by his new family. ”
Maddie is a 10 year old English Springer spaniel who came into Oldies Club care through no fault of her own. In her foster home, it’s become very clear that she’s a lovely, well behaved girl albeit a little insecure, who would benefit from a quiet, loving forever home. She’s not quite so springy as many of her breed mates so would suit most adult households and she’d be happy if you have a non bouncy dog which could keep her company. Maddie took about a week to settle down in her foster home. She’s happy to be left although she usually has the company of two other dogs when her humans go out. However, she has been left for an hour on her own and was fine. Nonetheless Maddie wouldn’t like a home where her people work full time. She is rather insecure and craves human company so needs someone around for most of the time, especially for cuddles and reassurance.
Maddie is fine with other dogs although she does become nervous if they’re boisterous and bouncy so a calm companion would be great. She’s said to be fine with cats (due to be tested shortly) and was okay when she met some chickens. Maddie has never lived with children but was fine when she met her fosterer’s grandson. However, she’d probably prefer a home without young children as she does relish peace and quiet. She pulls a little on the lead but off lead she is really good and has great recall. Maddie is nervous in the car but behaves well despite that. She whimpers softly and increases that to an excited whine when she realises that a walk is imminent. She jumps out easily but needs a hand to get in. For the long distance to her foster home she was given Valerian compound and she slept for most of the journey. Likes food, food and more food! Maddie likes walks and a tummy tickle. She doesn’t seem to be interested in dog toys or ball play. She’s nervous of boisterous dogs but time and confident handling may alleviate this. She can be a little shy of strangers and is rather sensitive about her head being touched. This may be because she had chronic ear trouble when she arrived in Oldies club care. She arrived with badly infected ears and eyes and scabby skin. This has all been treated and is now much improved. It is possible the problem was caused by an allergy and she is currently on a wheat free diet.
However, her eyes and ears will need regular maintenance to prevent any recurrence. Maddie hasn’t yet been spayed as far as we know. Her new owners will need to arrange to have this done at the appropriate time and Oldies Club will cover the cost. She has been vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and flea treated. She’d be happiest in a quiet, loving home probably with another placid dog or maybe a cat. She would probably be fine with people who worked part time as long as she wasn’t left for too long. She loves her walks so proximity to countryside or a beach would be great, especially if she could walk there and avoid the car. Maddie is a counter surfer and very food oriented. She is also the best behaved little springer I have ever had! Maddie has shown no interest in getting on the furniture even though my two do. Also, she will not go upstairs to the bedroom, although she is fine with steps generally. She can be stubborn though and will not give up a prize easily.
Perdy is a very pretty small female Lurcher of nearly 8 who is currently in foster with the Oldies Club in Saltash, Cornwall. Perdy was originally re-homed by the Oldies Club some time ago but her new owner felt she needed a quieter dog and so Perdy came back in our care. She is now hoping to find a forever home, where she can be loved as much for her minor imperfections as her lovely and affectionate ways. Perdy settled very quickly into foster care and bonded immediately with her foster carer’s dogs as they are used to welcoming new dogs into their home. Perdy seems fine to be left for a few hours but currently has canine company and they all have the full run of the house when left. She could possibly live with full time workers if she had a break at lunchtime. She does bark initially when left but this seems to stop fairly quickly. She is fine with her fosterer’s dogs but they are very tolerant and won’t put up with any nonsense and Perdy may well have picked up on this. She would probably be better as an only dog although a quieter and calmer dog should be fine.
Perdy is a typical lurcher and has a high prey drive. She may have been used for lamping or coursing in the past as she has the scars that have gone untreated and unstitched. She is on the look out for cats, birds and anything that moves quickly, so certainly no cats please in her new home. Perdy is probably fine with children as she has been very good with any that she has met when out on her walks, and she does love to be petted and patted. However she is quite bouncy so perhaps children over the age of 8 would be preferable. Perdy is great on the lead, and she is always walked like this. She has very good recall from the garden as well. She is currently having one hour and a half walk as it is always a lead walk, but she could probably cope with less if let off. Perdy loves the car and will get in straight away if she sees the garage door open! She loves joining in with whatever her fosterer is doing, and she is very gentle and loving, always greeting visitors nicely. She just loves being with her people.
Perdy hates thunderstorms and fireworks. She doesn’t seem to like the dark very much as she is reluctant to go out late at night. A loving home,perhaps with someone who would be interested in doing agility with her as she is so gifted in that area. She needs a secure fence as she is an excellent jumper and can clear a 6 foot fence with no problems. Someone with sighthound experience would be perfect and preferably someone who will continue with the wonderful training that Perdy’s fosterer has started. Perdy was clean in the house from day one and whines when she needs to go out. She is so keen to please people and will make someone a loving little friend. Perdy is neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and flea-treated. No health problems, but she has a small tag on her anal gland which may need monitoring if it grows bigger.
Hello, my name is Gordon. I’m a two year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier. I arrived at The Mayhew after being found abandoned on the streets of London. I’m an active, bouncy and sweet-natured boy. I’m super friendly and I get along well with everyone I meet, always greeting people with a waggy tail. I also get along well with other dogs, although I can be a little grumpy with some larger males.
I’m hard of hearing so my carers at The Mayhew are teaching me hand signals, I’m an intelligent chap so I’m learning quickly. I’m outgoing and playful, I can sometimes get a little over excited and boisterous but I’m now learning manners. I always enjoy playing with teddies but most of all I like to be showered with love and attention, I like to give kisses if allowed and I love having my back scratched.
I’m now looking for a forever home with an active and experienced person or family. I can live with sensible teenagers but I’ll need to be the only pet in the home. It’s not yet known how long I cope being left home alone so I’ll need a home where there is somebody around for most of the day. My new owners will be expected to take me to training classes and provide me with a minimum of one hour of active controlled off-lead exercise every day wearing a long line.
If you’re interested in adopting me you will need to be fully prepared for the hard work and long-term commitment involved in caring for a dog, you’ll be taking on an twelve year commitment, which must not be taken lightly.
I hope to see you soon,
Hello, my name is Eve. I’m a one year old female Jack Russell Terrier. I arrived at The Mayhew after being found abandoned on the streets of London. I’m sweet-natured and sensitive girl. I get along well with everyone I meet and I get along well with other dogs, sometimes a little shy of boisterous dogs but it doesn’t take me long to make friends. I’m super affectionate, I always enjoy being showered with love and attention and I like to climb up on to peoples’ laps if allowed.
I also love going to the park and I have a good recall off my lead. I’m toilet trained, I can be left home alone for a couple of hours without any problems and I know the basic commands which I respond well to. I’m very playful and I love playing with my toys and I always enjoy a good game of fetch. I also love a carrot to chew on!
I’m now looking for a forever home with an active person or family who have owned dogs before and have researched my breed type. I can live with sensible children from twelve years of age and upwards who are used to being around dogs and I can live with another dog providing they’ll give me space to settle in. I can also live with dog-confident cats. My new owners will be expected to take me to training classes and provide me with a minimum of one hour of active off-lead exercise every day.
If you’re interested in adopting me you will need to be fully prepared for the hard work and long-term commitment involved in caring for a dog, you’ll be taking on a fourteen year commitment, which must not be taken lightly.
Hello, my name is Cody. I’m a three month old female Springer cross Labrador. I arrived at The Mayhew after being found abandoned on the streets of London. I’ve been neutered, vaccinated and microchipped and I’m now starting to learn lots of good things, I’m starting to get the hang of toilet training because I’m taken out to the garden every couple of hours and given lots of praise when I do my business out there. Like any puppy I’m a bundle of energy and full of mischief. I want to kiss everyone I meet but I’m learning not to jump up and to say ‘hello’ politely. When I ‘puppy mouth’ my carers give a loud yelp and offer me a toy to chew instead. I still have plenty of things to learn so I’ll need plenty of time and dedication from my new owners to teach me all the basics and perfect my doggy manners.
I’m now looking for a forever home with an active person who is experienced with dogs and has researched my breed type. They will need to have, as an adult, independently owned dogs before and have plenty of time on their hands to train and socialise me properly so that I develop in to a well-rounded adult dog. They will be expected to take me to training classes and provide me with two gentle, thirty minute, off lead socialisation outings per day whilst I’m still young, building up to a minimum of one to two hours of active off lead exercise every day once I’m fully grown. I can live with another grown up dog providing they have been well trained, are calm and will be a good role model for me. I can also live with cats providing my owners are prepared to teach me not to chase them. Due to my very young age and training needs there will need to be somebody at home for most of the day and any children in my new home will need to be at least six years of age and upwards.
If you’re interested in offering me a home you will need to be fully prepared for the hard work and long-term commitment involved in caring for a dog, you will be taking on a fifteen year commitment, which must not be taken lightly.
Hi everyone, I’m Anna! I was found abandoned but no one seems to understand why! After ending up in the pound, I have been taken into the care of All Dogs Matter.” Anna is a sweet and friendly girl who is looking for her forever home! We would love to get her on foster in the meantime as well. She could live with children over the age of 10 and possibly a calm male dog. She has not been cat tested yet.
Please keep an eye out for further updates, as we need to carry out further assessment now she has come into our care.
Roxy is a Mastiff cross who has come to us after her owners circumstances changed. Roxy is 8 years old and is looking for a home to call her own. She is friendly and enjoys human company. She is good with dogs when out and about and could possibly live with a calm male dog.
We would prefer to rehome Roxy to someone who has had experience with Mastiffs or similar breeds.
Meet Dolly and QP, a mother and son who have come to us after being tied up together. Dolly is 7 and QP is 4. Dolly and QP are lovely dogs, who are very friendly with people and love to snuggle up! They are good with dogs when out and about. Dolly and QP can be separated, but if they are adopted individually will need to live with another dog. They have always lived with other dogs and wouldn’t like to live without a canine companion. They haven’t been cat tested.
”Hello everybody, I am Sandy! I am a Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross French Bulldog and I am 5 years old. Unfortunately due to a change in circumstance my owner can no longer keep me and now I am looking for a new forever home with All Dogs Matter.”
Sandy is a sweet and friendly girl who needs to find her forever home. She could live in a home with children aged 8 years and over. She has also lived with cats before, so could possibly share her new home with dog-savvy felines! She is fine with dogs when out and about, but would prefer to be the only dog in the home. She is neutered, microchipped and will be up to date with her vaccinations.
Meet Izzy, a Spaniel cross who has come to us after her owners had a change of circumstance. Izzy is a nervous dog, who is quite shy when you first meet her. Once she knows you, she is affectionate and loving. Izzy is an anxious dog, who struggles to leave the house. She becomes frozen and will refuse to move.
We believe that these problems can be overcome, but Izzy will need a patient and experienced owner who is able to help her.
Part of Izzy’s problem is due to her location in London. We would like to rehome Izzy to someone in a rural location. Izzy will need to live in a property that has access to a garden. Izzy is good with other dogs and could live with a calm male. Izzy would prefer to live with kids over 12. No cats please!