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Sheila – 18 month old female Cross-Breed

Sheila is a beautiful 18 month old female cross breed.. She is a very pretty girl, the size of a small Collie with a beautiful sandy coat. Sheila is very affectionate and loves a fuss and a cuddle. She intersects well with other dogs and people. Sheila is a very happy go lucky girl loves to go for long walks but further training is needed as she does pull a bit on a lead and is not completely relaxed with the traffic so maybe a home in a semi rural area would be ideal for Sheila. Further basic command training is needed but Sheila always wants to please you and be your friend so is always desperate to do the right thing.Sheila is not manic in the house. She is quite happy to lie down watching the world go by or play with her doggie friends and be your companion by your side in the evening.

Sheila is not good with cats or small furries though. Sheila would love to hear from a kind and loving family to adopt her and invest in all the bag of potentials she has to offer and all the love she has to give. Everyone who meets her loves her to bits. Sheila is spayed, micro-chipped and vaccinated. She is fostered in North London near J26 of M25 in a multi-dog household.

For home checking purposes we would prefer to re-home her in London or neighbouring counties although we may consider destinations further afield for the right home.


Daiana – 5 year old female Shih Tzu Cross

Please meet 5 year old Shih Tzu type Daiana! Gorgeous little Daiana was abandoned by her owners and left tied up. This poor little soul waited by noone came back for her. She is a perfect little dog who loves people and other dogs. She is not cat tested but given her temperament we are sure she will be fine with them if introduced correctly.

This little lady is originally from Romania so comes with her own pet passport, fully vaccinated, neutered and microchipped.
She is desperate to be back in a home where she can be spoilt forever.



Maple – 5 month old female Cross-Breed

Please meet Maple, our lovely 5 month crossbreed puppy. Maple is a loving little girl who adores a fuss. She’s confident and learning new things every day. Maple is good with other dogs and is coming on leaps and bounds in her foster home. She love playing with her foster brother and sister. She is also living with children.

Maple is deceptively small and easy to pic up – we would guess that she would not grow taller than Collie size max. Originally found in a forest in Romania with her mum and siblings, this little girl is now in the UK and looking for a home of her own forever. She comes with a pet passport, vaccinated and microchipped. Shes too young to be neutered at the moment but the new owners will need to commit to doing this when she is old enough as part of the adoption agreement.


Maisy – 7 month old female Collie Cross

Maisy is a seven month old, female, small Collie cross. She is a submissive little girl who craves affection and cuddles. She is fostered with three other dogs and many cats and gets on well with all of them. Maisie is a very friendly little girl. She is eager to please you and wants to learn. She loves to have praise and will do anything for a treat. Maisie loves to play with her toys and the other dogs but will then be very content to have a sleep.

Maisy is doing well in her foster home. She will need additional basic command training and lead work but we always strongly recommend puppy training/socialisation classes to get the most out of your dog and to stimulate them. She will need a good daily walk as she will be an active dog and will be a small medium size when fully grown. Maisie is coming along with her house training and will regular use of the garden and lots of praise it wont take her long to achieve this. Maisie can happily be re-homed with another suitable resident dog or cats.

We are looking for a home where someone is around for most of the day as Maisie is still a very young girl and who has the time, patience and motiviation to enhance the potentials of this adorable little girl. Maisy is spayed, vaccinated, micro-chipped and has her own pet passport. She is fostered in North London near J26 of M25.

For home checking purpose we prefer to rehome in London or neighbouring counties although other areas may be considered for the right home.


Pauline – 1 1/2 – 2 year old female Lurcher

Pauline is a very pretty young female Lurcher aged between 18 months and 2 years. She is an ex RSPCA case dog, which means her previous owner was prosecuted.

She has been in RSPCA care since February and is now ready for rehoming .Unfortunately we have very little information about her background and how she was treated or cared for in her previous home.

Pauline is such a gentle and good natured girl. She is a little shy at first but is very affectionate. She is playful and bouncy and always happy to see and greet people in her kennel. She is good on the lead and does not pull. She does however on walks constantly seek reassurance from her handler and can be easily startled and jumpy.

This behaviour though has already improved ever so slightly since she has been with our branch. It is difficult to know how much she was walked previously and what her experiences were.

Pauline is not to be rehomed with cats or other small animals. We feel she would be better in an adult only home as children are likely to be too boisterous for her and she needs a quieter, calmer environment. Teenagers could possibly be considered.

Pauline would make a truly delightful companion in the right home as she really is such a sweetheart. However her new owners must give her lots of love and time and patience to build up her confidence.


Elle – 2-4 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Elle is a female Staffordshire Bull terrier 2 to 4 years old. She is very easy on the lead and very eager to please. Elle is a very pretty young girl who is very affectionate and enjoys fuss and attention.


Tootsie – 3-4 month old female Cross-Breed

This lovely puppy girly of 3 1/2 months approximately was found living down a drain pipe with her mum and siblings in Spain. They only managed to catch 4 of the babies Tootsie being one of them… She has been lucky enough to be fostered by Auntie Sherlie and over the weeks has turned into a lovely sweet natured girly. Her mum was not very big about Corgi size and would say Tootsie will be the same. She is quite a quiet puppy and seems very gentle and sensitive would suit a quieter home with children over 10 or adult only home. I am sure she would love another dog to play with too if possible. We will not home puppies to full time working homes and Tootsie because of her nature needs a home with older children so it will be quieter for her just like she is.

Tootsie will be vaccinated, chipped and have her own Pet Passport.


Olive – 7 month old female Whippet Cross

Lovely Olive young puppy girly of about 7 months old living in a foster home. Olive we think is some sort of Lurcher type girly big Whippet size type. Olive another dog abandoned, not that she realizes it. She is being fostered by a lovely couple with their other dogs. She is a very happy well balanced little girl who loves life. She is good in the car, good off the lead comes to a whistle, has been cat tested and was fine but would cat test her again as it was when she was younger but she has no malice in her so cannot think it will be a problem but best to be safe.

This girly would make the perfect family dog. She would love being in an active family home, camping, walks, playing football in the garden. She is fine being left, I cannot think of anything bad to say about her. I think she would benefit from being with another dog – as you will see from the video but a very lovely sweet natured dog with no sides, I love her.

Video of Olive

Olive will be spayed, fully vaccinated and have her own Pet Passport.


Iris – 8 month old female German Shepherd Cross

Lovely Iris a German Shepherd cross girly of about 8 months now. I just love this gentle girl, Iris was born in rescue with her siblings. They are all still waiting for a home but I have picked her out as I fell in love with her. She is the most gentle of the litter and was removed because she was being picked on. I hope from my video you can see what a lovely natured dog she is – this girl does not have a bad bone in her body no malice just love. I put her on a lead and even on the lead considering what a big girl she is she is even gentle on the lead. She is fine with other dogs and would suit living with a laid back dog not dominant.

I feel I am repeating myself all the time but again I cannot find any fault with her nature and character and how she is. She will need time to adjust to living in a home and getting used to normal stuff, traffic etc but again a lovely dog that has know no cruelty and will in time adjust quite easily like many before her have. She has been cat tested and is fine. Sorry about video as was doing on my own but hopefully it gives you the idea about how lovely she is.

Video of Iris

One earlier in the year with Uncle Guido


Lola – 4 year old female Cross-Breed

Lola 4 year old mixed breed girly we think has German Shepherd in her. Well Lola where do I start never meant to have a favourite but I have because I think of her life and the person she is. Because the Charity we work with Noahs have so many dogs some are sent to other kennels. I was told about Heidi the little girly that is up for rehoming she had been at this other kennels for 8 months and with everything going on with the other dogs sometimes these dogs unfortunately get pushed to the back burner so up we went into the mountains to this kennels to see lovely Heidi and this is where Lola was she has been there 3 years !!!

We got her out and I just melted how does a dog which unfortunately in a lot of ways has been forgotten be so lovely. The people who run the kennels have obviously looked after her well and given her love as she would not be as nice as she was but what a bloody crime that this girl has been locked away for 3 years. If you watch the video you will see how lovely she is.

When I first met her…

Well I could not stop thinking about her and wanted to do further assessments to see how she would cope with the outside world etc. We also got her and Heidi moved down to the refuge so they had bigger pens to run around with not so many dogs and lots more volunteers making a fuss of them.

Out and about meeting a child

So when we had our committee meeting I went and picked Lola up and bundled her in the back of my car not knowing what would happen. Lola settled down on the back seat and just laid there. When we got the bar where the meeting was she soon settled at my feet after saying hello to everyone. Afterwards I took her for cake and tea. She met a child and I videoed it, an extremely drunk man who fell in love with her and kept repeating how come she has been waiting for 3 years lol and was right in Lola’s face before I could stop him again that tail went and she kissed him. It makes me cry writing this email that is why I left it until the end such a beautiful dog and what a waste of those 3 years. I am sure she was a bit stressed she must have been but she never showed it.

Afternoon Tea

Back at the compound I did some heel work with her and videoed it the best I could just look at her and how she picked it up. Sorry I have so many little videos of her as I know she is not cute and fluffy and we would have to work harder to find her a home as she is just a big black and tan cross breed but if my husband would let me I would have her in a heart beat. I love them all but some because of their life are extra special because of their character just like people really – no matter what crap is thrown at you some people are still lovely Lola is one of them.

Teaching her to walk to heel

The home she needs is someone who is experienced and will guide her over the first few months in the big wide world she listens and responds and I would rather she stayed where she was and eventually came to me on foster than going to the wrong home.

Heidi & Lola after we moved them to more space..


Maggie May – 18 month old female Lurcher

Maggie May is about 18 months another dog found straying in Spain a lurcher type girly. She has been in foster now for over a year she is such a lovely natured girl extremely good with other dogs especially the puppies – there was even a blind puppy that was there for a while and she used to play so gentle with him, excellent dog skills bless her. Maggie has no malice in her and a wonderful friendly nature with people. I spent quite a bit of time with her this time – even went for a walk but she is still very unsure on the lead so that will need a bit of work but she is easily blackmailed with sausage.

I cat tested her and videoed it and she was fine and it looks fine but I would say if the cat ran she would chase but as you can see from the video she is very trainable with a cat. She would I think do best with another dog to play with it would make it easier for her new family to help her adjust to normal family life and getting out and about it would give her the confidence she would need.


Maggie & her cat test


Tinks – 6 year old female Springer cross Collie

Tinks is a 6 year old female Springer cross Collie. She has been in the rescue system for over a year. She had a litter of puppies and has watched all of them get rehomed except one and she still waits for that special home. Well this time in Spain my lovely friend Sharon who helps with Starfish decided to get Tinks out and foster her to give her a real chance for people to see what a wonderful dog she is so that is what she did. Tinks lived with Sharon in her Villa for 3 days – did Tinks find it stressful did she hell. Straight on the sofa with her head on the pillow snuggled up to Sharon at night on the bed she really had some time out from the compound. She was clean in the house. She went to the restaurants for tea and treats.

Tinks is what we knew all along a lovely friendly loving natured dog. She is good with people of all ages and other dogs. She has also been cat tested and is fine. She can pull a bit on the lead but some of that was she was worried and this slowly got better. The only thing that will need some work is the car she is really terrified of the car once in her crate she was fine and settled down in the car but you have to pick her up and put her in it so this will need work on. Another dog I cannot think of anything bad to say about. Here are a couple of videos of the lovely lass.

With Auntie Sharon:

This was back at Easter time:

Tinks has been spayed, will be fully vaccinated and have her own Pet Passport.


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