0-1 years

Tilly – 5 month old female Cross-Breed

Tilly is a 5 month old small cross breed bitch. Somebody threw her out on the streets of Spain like she was a bag of rubbish. She was one of the lucky ones and ovely Auntie Sue fostered Tilly where she lives with 8 other dogs quite happily until she was ready to be rehomed.

Tilly is a lively young baby still, she is not nervous and loves everyone, very good with other dogs and not a wimp. I should imagine there is some sort of terrier in her as she is very bright and quick so people looking for a pretty lap dog please look away now.

I went on a walk with Tilly and the gang and she loves to run this lass – like the wind over the fields searching for birds to chase, she loves playing with the other dogs and often she was a little dot in the distance and then she would come flying back – this girly is pretty and she would love to live in the countryside or woods with squirrels I think she would be in heaven – she has a lovely nature but really want her to have a home where she can still have the freedom to run around like the wind. She will stay small and super cute.

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Connie – 6 month old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Meet Connie, a 6 month old female Staffordshire bull terrier who is looking for a new home. Connie was found after being hit by a car, but is now doing well. She is sweet, affectionate and knows basic commands. And learns very fast! Connie is constantly wagging her tail and has been described as ‘a big softie’!

From her foster carer: ‘Connie is a great little girl and full of fun. Although she loves her bed in the morning, when she gets up she wants to play and her tail never stops wagging! Once she has had her dinner in the evening, she goes for a long nap and is ready for bed again! And she always wants cuddles!

We would prefer to re-home Connie to someone who has had Staffordshire Bull Terriers and has researched about the breed. Connie could live with a calm male dog, and children aged 10 years above.

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Tyson – 11 month old male Labrador

Tyson is an 11month old male Chocolate Labrador. He is a typical Labrador, friendly, fun and eager to please. Tyson enjoys his walks and being out and about and equally loves his cuddles and fuss. Tyson is great with other dogs and could happily live with another dog. Tyson is a bright boy and is doing really well with his training, he enjoys learning and picks up new tricks easily.

Tyson came in to rescue as shockingly we had a call from the vets as Tyson’s old owners wanted him to PTS, we simply can’t understand why! He has no behavioural issues and is an affectionate, loving, dog. Tyson is still young and a typical bouncy pup so could live with older sensible children. This great, huggable boy is healthy and happy and is just waiting for a special family to start the rest of his life with in his forever home.

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Goofy – 12 month old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross

Goofy is a Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross aged approximately 12 month old boy who has been found very underweight and in a bad condition by one of the local dog wardens. Goofy sadly may have suffered some trauma, as his coordination is a little unsteady. However, he is a lovely little boy who is constantly wagging his tail and wants to please.

He is doing really well in his foster home, and is gaining weight daily. This little dog may be goofy, but is very sweet and will do anything for a cuddle! He will need to be re-homed in a place that has direct access to a garden and could live in a home with children over the age of 10.

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Georgie – 7 month old male Rhodesian Ridgeback Cross

‘Hello I’m Georgie and I’m a 7 month old Rhodesian Ridgeback Cross. I was found abandoned in a filthy property, where it looked like I had just been left to starve. Since being rescued I have found my appetite and am putting on weight slowly.’

Georgie is a loving girl but will need a family who have the time to take her out for lots of walks and possibly take her to training too as she is very keen to learn and as a young dog, will only benefit from further socialisation. She also has webbed paws, so is likely to be a good retriever! She could live with children over the age of 10 but has not been cat-tested yet.

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Maggie – 5 month old female American Bulldog Cross

‘Hi there, I’m Maggie and I’m a 5 month old American Bulldog Cross.’ She’s a very gentle shy girl who hasn’t had the best start and takes a little time to trust…once she does she’ll be your best friend! Maggie is fantastic with other dogs and would benefit from sharing a home with another dog. She is a calm well behaved girl and is house trained. She loves and behaves great out on walks.

Due to the large size Maggie will become, she could live with children 12+. Maggie could share a home with cats. She will be spayed prior to rehoming.

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Tiger – 8 month old male West Highland White terrier cross Jack Russell

Tiger is an 8 month old  West Highland White terrier cross Jack Russell boy who is currently being fostered in RCT, South Wales and he is the most laid back dog! Nothing bothers him. He listens and is obedient. He is a fantastic boy – so well behaved in all aspects – a joy to have around. He is not at all aggressive; he loves being touched all over. He is not dominant over food or toys. He is a fabulous dog who is not at all bothered by any household noises.

Tiger is sociable with children – he has been tested with age 3 and up with no problems and is sociable with adults of all ages. He travels well in the car and is fine in the vets. He has never shown any inclination to climb fences and is not destructive in any way. He sleeps in a bed, not in a crate and is very good at night – he goes straight into his bed when told to. He has been left for up to 2 hours with no problems. Tiger walks very well on his lead. He doesn’t bother cats – he really is a great little fellow. He is sociable with other dogs.

Tiger could go to any home – with children or adults, with cats or without. He’s a very loving and beautiful dog. He is good all round dog and his new family will feel very lucky to have him. Tiger is wormed, micro-chipped, flea treated, neutered and fully vaccinated. Prospective adopters will be expected to travel to meet her in her foster home in South Wales.

If you are interested in adopting Tiger please read about our rehoming process and complete a Pre-Adoption form ( link here ) and one of our adoption coordinators will contact you for a chat.

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Sally – 5 month old female Saluki cross Collie

Sally is a beautiful, intelligent dog. She loves being around people but we think she would be better suited to a home with older children, preferably 8 and above. She is toilet trained and will tell you when she needs to go out. She is okay to be left for up to 3 hours as long as she has a toy to occupy her. Sally learns quickly and will do almost anything for a treat, so training should be easy. She is a very happy playful girl and full of fun.

 

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Daisy – 7 week old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross Lurcher

Oh this one is just a sweetheart! Daisy is 7-week old 7 week old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross Lurcher puppy who is being fostered in RCT, South Wales. She is a tiny timid little girl she is the smallest of the 4 pups in the litter. She does not tend to stick up for herself when they are play fighting, she loves to cuddle and her foster mum will let her sleep on my lap when the others are playing roughly. She has been outside on my patio and although she took a lot of coaxing to go outside once she was outside she started enjoyed playing with her siblings. She is a little cutie who pulls at your heartstrings! Daisy needs complete puppy training from scratch as she is very young. She has started to use the puppy pad and has also been for a wee outside the house. As with all puppies, she will need training in all areas and her adoptive family will need to be committed to this. Daisy needs to be with a family who are used to puppy training and who are aware of the breed types.

As Daisy is still a very young puppy she is still playful and can occasionally nip when playing. House training is a work in progress and will need continued work. She is a cautious, timid girl but not fearful. Daisy is happy to be carried by his foster mum’s 2 year old grandson and likes to sit on his lap to be cuddled – adult supervision is always used for safety of both the pup and the child. She hasn’t been tested in a car yet and hasn’t visited the vets yet. Daisy loves to be touched and is not dominant over her toys or food. She is not destructive or aggressive. She is too small to jump fences yet but care must be taken that she doesn’t slip through all holes in fencing. Daisy has been crated with her siblings at night and has been left in the crate while for up to 2 hours during the day. She is friendly with her siblings and the resident dogs in her foster home. She hasn’t met any cats yet but is young enough to learn with careful introductions.

Daisy will need a home that has puppy training experience and is prepared to take into consideration daisy’s timid nature and who will encourage her to be a more confident little girl. As she is very young she will need a family who will not need to leave her for long periods in the day and who understand the trials and rewards of owning a lovable puppy. She is such a sweet little girl who will reward her family with a lifetime of love, cuddles and waggy tails.

It is a condition of Adoption that Daisy is taken to puppy training classes. Daisy will only be homed where someone is at home most of the day.

Daisy has had her first vaccination but is not yet microchipped. The cost of the second vaccination and the microchip will be the responsibility of the Adopter if she is adopted before. As with all puppies it is a requirement of adoption that all puppies will be neutered at 6 months at your expense. A voucher will be given at the time of adoption for a refund of £40 when she is neutered

Prospective adopters will be expected to travel to meet her in her foster home in South Wales.

If you are interested in adopting Daisy please read about our rehoming process and complete a Pre-Adoption form ( link here ) and one of our adoption coordinators will contact you for a chat.

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Bertie – 7 week old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross Lurcher

You’ve seen the girls – now here’s the super cute boy of the litter! Seven-week old Bertie is a snuggly Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross Lurcher boy who is being fostered in RCT, South Wales. He is very playful yet a little cautious – he likes to takes to take things in before he tries anything new. There seems to be a lot of staffie traits in this pup. He loves human company and loves to give kisses. His face is very much that of a staff pup, he has pretty markings with a cute white patch on his nose. He is a stocky little boy, may have more staff traits and looks than lurcher.

Bertie is working on his puppy pad training, playing and toileting outside, but is going to need complete puppy training as he is very young. He is grasping “no” when he is chewing or ripping up puppy pads! As with all puppies, he will need training in all areas and his adoptive family will need to be committed to this. This puppy needs a family who have had previous puppy training and who are prepared to take puppy to puppy classes, also they would need to know or be prepared to research the traits of both breeds that are mixed in this puppy. Bertie likes being handled by children but need to be supervised as he nips in play with siblings and adults and has very sharp claws. He likes playing and being cuddled by adults too. House training is a work in progress and will need continued work.

Bertie hasn’t been tested in a car yet and hasn’t visited the vets yet. Like all puppies he needs to chew so slippers, shoes and papers need to be kept out of reach. He is too small to jump fences yet but care must be taken that she doesn’t slip through all holes in fencing. Bertie has been crated with his siblings at night and has been left in the crate while for up to 2 hours during the day. He is friendly with her siblings and the resident dogs in her foster home. He hasn’t met any cats yet but is young enough to learn with careful introductions. Bertie is such a sweet little boy who will grow into a loving dog with a lifetime of affection to give. As he is very young she will need a family who will not need to leave him for long periods in the day and who understand the trials and rewards of owning a lovable puppy. Experience of staffie traits would be desirable.

It is a condition of Adoption that Bertie is taken to puppy training classes. In addition to this it is also the responsibility of the adopter to have Bertie neutered at six months of age. Bertie will only be homed where someone is at home most of the day.

Bertie has had his first vaccination and but is not yet microchipped. The cost of the second vaccination and microchip will be the responsibility of the Adopter if he is adopted before. As with all puppies it is a requirement of adoption that all puppies will be neutered at 6 months at your expense. A voucher will be given at the time of adoption for a refund of £40 when he is neutered

Prospective adopters will be expected to travel to meet him in his foster home in South Wales.

If you are interested in adopting Bertie please read about our rehoming process and complete a Pre-Adoption form ( link here ) and one of our adoption coordinators will contact you for a chat.

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