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Tomi – 10 year old male Cross-Breed

Tomi is a ten year old dog who is blind and has had a very hard life in Romania. He lived happily in one of our foster homes before being rehomed but the lovely fosterer, who would love to take him back, has another foster in addtion to her own three dogs. So we are exploring different options for this old soul.

Tomi can live with another quiet dog but he would find a lively companion rather too much at his age. He could possibly be an only dog. Tomi needs someone at home most of the home as enjoys human company.

Tomi is in Wales at the moment but he can be taken anywhere in the country. We would love to hear from you if you could adopt Tomi.

We would do a home visit and there is a donation of £220, as with all our dogs. We don’t rehome where there are children under 10 years old.

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Betty – 8 year old female Cross-Breed

Betty is a female medium sized Crossbreed of about 8 years old. After being found dodging cars in Romania and, subsequently living in a pen in a field, Orbetica, renamed Betty by her fosterer, finally came to the UK a week ago (mid March). Betty is a fantastic dog, who has taken to the comforts of home life like a duck to water!

She is fully house-trained and gets on really well with the three large female dogs that she is sharing her home with. She loves people and, as one of the photos shows, likes to snuggle on the sofa with her foster dad. She travels well in the car, and she can be lifted in and out with no problems at all. She is the size of a small Collie.

Betty seems to have a little sight in one eye. She gets around happily in the house and garden and is loving her walks. She is perfect on the lead – striding along (but not pulling) with her tail up, taking everything in. Betty can live as an only dog, but she would love to have a quiet companion who is going to interact with her quietly, and not jump all over her!

Betty won’t be rehomed where there are cats. She hasn’t been cat tested, and, like most street dogs, may view cats as prey. Her rescuer told us that she is a little food aggressive, but so far all she has done is a very small growl at one of the other dogs in her foster home, and nothing more. Betty would make a good first-time dog. She needs someone who is at home most of the time as she enjoys human company. If you are interested in her, you can speak to her fosterer and visit her if you are close enough.

We would do a home visit and there is a donation of £220, as with all our dogs. We don’t rehome where there are children under 10 years old.

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Jack Sparrow – 7 year old male Yorkshire Terrier

Please meet Captain Jack Sparrow, or Max as he is more commonly known! Max is a Yorkshire Terrier of 7 years old, he came to us when his owner had personal problems which made her unable to care for him. He is shy at first and will hide away but settle in a couple of days. He is quite the regal gent, he walks beautifully on the lead and is house trained, most of the day he spends snoozing on the sofa however he loves his food and walks!

Max is a gentle little soul, he is a darling with not a bad bone in his body. He loves other dogs but would prefer to be the only one in the home, Being older its only fair he should have a person or persons to himself!. He is not destructive at all and is quite content being left for short periods. He is a very undemanding and lazy boy, Would suit an older person or couple.

This lovely old chap would make a fantastic addition to any family as he is really laid back and undemanding, but equally a lovely cuddly loyal company. Max would like an adult only home as he is unsure of children. Max cannot live with cats as when he was younger he lost his eye due to a cat so is scared of them. Max is castrated, fully vaccinated and chipped. He is flea and wormed. Could you give this beautiful boy the retirement home he deserves?

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Honey and Lottie – 6-7 year old female Chihuahuas

Honey and Lottie are 6-7 year old female Chihuahuas. Honey and Lottie are the sweetest little girls you could wish to meet. When they arrived with us their nails were overgrown and what few teeth they had left were rotting away painfully. Lottie also had a very large hernia that could have been quite dangerous for her if left any longer. Honey has a grade 3-4 Heart murmur, most probably caused by her teeth. (she doesn’t require any medication at this time).

They have both seen our vet and had all the treatment they needed. Because neither of them have any teeth it does mean that their tongue’s hang out most of the time, we think this makes them extra special. Honey and Lottie are fine with other dogs, cats, teenagers – due to their size, they are very tiny (under 2kg) older children only please. They would like new owners who are around for most of the day as they do love a cuddle. You only have to look at them and their tails start to wag.

They are not house trained but we are working on this in foster, they are also not used to being walked, again we are working on this in foster. They do need to be fed separately as they can argue over food.

They are an adorable pair of dogs who really do deserve a wonderful home. They are currently on foster in Aldershot Hampshire, they have been neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped. Lottie has had her hernia repaired and both have had their teeth sorted and nails clipped.

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Becky – 15 year old female Collie cross Corgi

Becky is a beautiful 15 year old Collie cross Corgi girl who came into Oldies Club care as her owner had health issues. Becky is in an Oldies Club foster home in Salisbury, Wiltshire. Becky can be left on her own whilst you go on shopping trips etc., but she wouldn’t be particularly happy living in a working household. She can have a tendency to bark when left on her own, but this is strongly linked to how much energy she has. If she’s been on a longish (30 minute) walk she tends to bark less as she is more likely to settle down to sleep. Although she’s not a cuddly dog, Becky is definitely happier with company through the day.

Becky has no issues with other dogs and has been very good with all she has met. She likes to have her own space at home but should be okay to live with an older dog that will respect that. Becky is living with cat quite happily at her foster home and she ignores it most of the time. Becky was used to children visiting her previous home. She should be fine to live with sensible older children, but she does like her own space and to come to you if she wants a fuss, so would probably not appreciate living with young children.

Becky enjoys walks, especially in the afternoon. She is fairly good on the lead – her foster carer hasn’t tried her off lead for any great length of time as her recall isn’t always reliable. Becky is lively for her age and easily manages two 20-30 minute walks a day. Becky is neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and flea treated. She is having Metacam for arthritis. At her vet check she was found to have a lump on her shoulder, which has been tested.

The vet advised that although in a younger dog it would be advisable to remove the lump, it is in an awkward place for post-op healing, and as it doesn’t seem to be troubling Becky, it is better to leave it alone. If the situation with the lump changes in the future and it needs to be removed, Oldies Club would cover the cost of this.

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Mollie – 12 year old female Border Collie Cross

Mollie is a gorgeous Border Collie cross, aged about 12, who came into Oldies Club care because her owner was working full time. Mollie is in an Oldies Club foster home in Glossop, Derbyshire, waiting for someone to offer her a forever home. Mollie is fine to be left alone for a few hours, and she just curls up in her bed, but she does like having someone around and would like a home where she won’t be left full-time hours. She wouldn’t damage anything if left a long time but probably wouldn’t be happy.

Mollie is fine with dogs she meets out. There is a n old dog in her foster home and she is okay with him now – initially she would growl when he went near her – but she isn’t wanting to be buddies with him and just ignores him and walks away if he tries to be friendly. A puppy has visited Mollie’s foster home and tried to play with her. Mollie seemed a bit frightened of the puppy and growled and barked. Although playful with people, Mollie isn’t keen on playing with other dogs. So although Mollie will tolerate a calm dog that will allow her space to do her own thing and not pester her, she would be happiest as an only dog. Her previous owner told us that Mollie doesn’t seem to want to chase cats, but she has never lived with one.

Mollie was said to be fine with children in her previous home. She hasn’t met children at her foster home but she likes people and her foster carer thinks she would be fine with sensible children who know to give Mollie space when she wants it. Children aged about 8+ would probably be best.

Mollie is neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and flea treated. She is generally fit and healthy. She has had some ear drops but isn’t on any ongoing medication. Her eyes are quite cloudy but she seems to be able to see okay. Mollie sometimes seems to be completely deaf and doesn’t move unless she can see you, but she can hear squeaky toys sometimes – there may be an element of selective hearing. She has long claws because they have been left to grow too long in the past, they have now been clipped and this will need to be done regularly.

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Dishy Dash – 11 year old male Labrador cross Golden Retriever

Dishy Dash is a very handsome 11 year old Labrador cross Golden Retriever boy who came into Oldies Club care after his owner had to move to rented accommodation. Dash is in an Oldies Club foster home in Southport, Lancashire, waiting for someone to offer him a forever home. Dash is living with three other dogs currently and gets on very well with them. Dash hasn’t live with cats so we don’t know what he would be like with them, but he is scared of his own, rather large, shadow!

Dash has a lovely temperament and could live with children, but they would ideally need to be aged 5+ purely because of his size. He would be okay with younger children, but it would need to be in a dog savvy family that wouldn’t fuss over a child being knocked over!

Dash enjoys walks and he trots along at a good pace. He has a strong harness and his foster carer has tried him on a long extendable lead and found that his recall is rubbish. He is not an off the lead dog! He is happy with a short walk round the block or a long walk, but he is really more interested in company than walks. He is happy with pavement walks – his foster carer walked him to the vets over a mile away with no trouble.

Dash has been vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and flea treated. Dash has lung tumours and Oldies Club has obtained his vet history. He has been on steroids previously but isn’t now. He coughs and splutters but just gets on with life and doesn’t seem upset by it. He has not been neutered as he is unable to have a general anesthetic due to his limited lung capacity. His eyelids turn in and he has a growth on one but is unable to have an operation.

He is having ‘Blink’ eye drops to ease the irritation, recommended by the vet, which costs about £8 a bottle. He has a tumour/lump on his back leg. It is unknown whether it is sinister or not but, as it’s not possible to remove it anyway, it’s not being investigated further. He has had his anal glands emptied and the vet thinks that Dash will probably need to have them emptied periodically.

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Jimmy – 7 year old male Jack Russell Terrier

Jimmy is a 7 year old male Jack Russell Terrier. He so a great all rounder, he has excellent recall and great manners. He has lived with young children aged 5 years upwards and can also be homed with another dog, cats and small furries although he is not so keen on puppies as they are too bouncy. Jimmy is in Lincoln.

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Patch – 9 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross

Patch is a 9 year old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross who has come to us after being found as a stray. He is a really sweet boy with a very sad expression on his face! Patch has been very calm in kennels. He is now in a foster home where he is enjoying some home comforts and TLC!

He would love a quiet retirement home where he could get all the strokes and cuddles that he wants. Patch has been good with dogs when out and about, so could possibly live with a calm female dog. Patch can live with children over 10. He hasn’t been cat tested.

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Jack – 6-7 year old male Jack Russell Terrier

Meet Jack, he’s a Jack Russell Terrier, he’s aged at 6-7 years old. Jack was involved in a fatal car crash which threw him from the wreckage. He was found running disorientated down the motorway. His owner died at the scene. Jack is a sweet boy who enjoys being fussed and is dog friendly.

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Penny – 11 year old female Jack Russell Terrier

Lovely Penny is a 11 year old female Jack Russell Terrier. She has found herself looking for a new home through no fault of her own. Penny is a real sweetie she enjoys being around dogs and meeting new people she loves cuddles and being out having fun.

If you would like to apply to adopt penny please complete the form available on our website. Adoptions are subject to a home check and suitability assessment.

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Mason – 10 year old male Golden Retriever

Please meet Magnificent Mason! Mason is a gorgeous golden retriever of approx 10 years old, he came to us when his owner had personal problems which made her unable to care for him. He is quite the regal gent, he walks beautifully on the lead and is house trained, most of the day he spends snoozing on the sofa however he loves his food and walks!

Mason is a gentle giant who is mother hen to our tiny Dalmation puppy. He loves other dogs so must be homed either where there is a resident female dog or he would have plenty of contact with dogs. He is not destructive at all and is quite content being left for short periods. He is a very undemanding and lazy boy.

Would suit an older person or couple. This lovely old chap would make a fantastic addition to any family as he is really laid back and undemanding, but equally a lovely cuddly loyal companion! Mason can live with cats. Mason like all goldies loves to bribg you presents when he greets you – slippers, blankets, towels etc,Mason is castrated, fully vaccinated and chipped. He is flea and wormed. Could this gentle giant the retirement home he deserves?

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