Little Aggie is looking for her family, at just 14kg, she is an adorable 3 year old herding mix who is simply desperate for love, cuddles and affection. Aggie is very playful, so would love an active home – she can live happily with cats and other dogs, although prefers male dogs.
With her herding background, she is very intelligent and eager to learn, so she needs a caring confident adopter who can give her all the love she craves so much, yet also structure and a daily routine that she can settle into.
Aggie is spayed and fully vaccinated. She is currently in kennels in St. Helens, Merseyside, while waiting for her loving new home. Do you have room in your heart and home for Aggie?READ MORE ABOUT THIS DOG...
Little Toffee is a 6 year old Terrier cross girl who was brought as a stray and nobody came to collect her sadly. She can be a little shy and submissive around new people but is a giddy and loving girl once she knows you. She sometimes will jump up for attention and enjoys lots of cuddles and play times.Toffee is not used to loud noises or quick movements and so will need a quiet home willing to provide her with further training and socialisation. Toffee requires surgery on both her knees once settled into her new home, Leicester Animal Aid will fully fund this.
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Tia has recovered her health but needs joint supplements and anti-inflammatories to be kept pain free. Tia also needs carpeted floor surfaces to prevent her slipping. Tia could live as an only dog or with another fluent calm dog. Not for cats or children. She needs a moderate exercise regime.
Tia can open lever doors and jumps child gates so awareness required. If your mind set is “older Rottie” then her management will be well served.
Tia’s owner succumbed to cancer at a young age so he moved back with his parents and Tia came to us as a sick dog. She was spayed to cure chronic pyometra and also had her back left knee operated on. She has now fully recovered. Tia remains on low dose anti inflammatories and needs a gentle life style to suit her age. Tia is spayed, vax’d, chipped and fostered with another dog in Addlestone, Surrey.
Tia Maria …yes she is sweet and addictive! Tia is an accomplished Rottie who needs an environment geared to a moderate exercise regime, quiet life style and freedom from kennelled holidays. Tia can be left for up to 5 hour spells, she can sleep downstairs and doesn’t need access to furniture. Tia could live with another quiet fluent dog. Tia low growls when you are fussing her, which isn’t sinister and once her fosterers demonstrate. Tia can travel short distances in a car but needs support in and out to protect her knees. She can also be sick on longer car journeys.
Tia is a small 8 year old Rottweiler with an easy approachable disposition. She isn’t guardy but is a little protectionist over her knees though this has lessened in her more recent pain free life. She mixes with dogs well. Meets people and children well. She did used to get spooked but not now. Tia would love a Rottie home to offer her shelter and comfort in her latter years.
Please visit Tia’s thread on our forum: http://rescueremedies.myfastforum.org/sutra105517.php#105517 to find out if she is still available and for fuller details.
If you are interested in re-homing please complete our homing questionnaire as a first step: https://rescueremedies.wufoo.com/forms/r7x3s5 so we can ensure our dogs are matched and will suit your circumstances/lifestyle.
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‘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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Rizzle is 12 -16 moths old male Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross who has sadly been abandoned and found as a stray. He is a chunky little boy with a very nice character. He absolutely loves people and is just a cheerful chap! He is good with other dogs and could possibly share his new home with a calm female.
Rizzle is an outgoing dog with bags of energy and love to give. He is very eager to please and knows some basic commands but would benefit from some further training.
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‘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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Dilly is a 2 year old female Terrier Cross, who is looking for a home after being found as a stray. She is a happy, typical dog who deserves to be in a good home. We prefer to re-home Dilly to someone who has had dogs before and understands that having a dog is a long-term commitment.
Dilly could possibly live with a calm male dog, and children aged 10 years and above. Dilly has not been cat tested yet.READ MORE ABOUT THIS DOG...
Hello, I’m Nancy and I’m an English Bull terrier cross Staffordshire Bull Terrier and I’m about 2-3 years old. Sadly I was found abandoned by the local pound and am now in the search for my new forever home.’ Little Nancy has been clean in her kennel and friendly with the dogs when out and about. She enjoys a good game of fetch and will run, fetch and drop for as long as you’ll play with her! But likes a cuddle just as much! She could live with children aged 10 + and will be spayed prior to rehoming. She has not been cat tested yet.
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This truly beautiful lady is the lovely, but slightly bewildered Winnie, the 6-year old Cocker Spaniel who is being fostered in Stone, Staffordshire. She always has a waggy tail and will always greet you with a fuss when you come home. Winnie has only one eye and is an ex-breeding dog who is only now getting used to being loved. She is a darling girl but a work in progress – we believe it will take a while for her to come round to the idea that walks and social interaction are positive things. Winnie would love to be very sociable with people, she will cower initially but then wags her tail.
Once her insecurity is mastered she just loves fuss and attention. It is just hard to get her to come and interact with her humans in the sitting room at present – she prefers the kitchen area and utility room. This is being worked on. Her foster family are working on getting her to socialise with them in the sitting room in the evening and are carrying her down the road with her lead and harness attached to let her see that going for a walk and sniff is a good thing. This will need continued work as at the moment she isn’t keen on the idea.
Winnie is housetrained, has no aggressive tendencies whatsoever, she is not dominant with her food, travels well and is very placid at the vets. She hasn’t learnt what toys are for yet. She travels well in the car. Loud noises such as the hoover, startle her at the moment. She has no desire to scale the fencing. Winnie is happy to be crated, She is fine to be left with other dogs for company – although she does seem to have a penchant for pulling at the rubber matting under the washing machine! She is also keen to help you dig up any plants that she doesn’t like – but has no destructive tendencies otherwise. She is still learning how to be a pet, and needs work with lead training ,general obedience and socialisation with humans. As yet her foster mum has been unable to walk Winnie on a lead. This is a work in progress – she will sit and watch the others walk but is reluctant to join in as yet. She is sociable with the other dogs in the house (Yorkshire terriers) but hasn’t met any cats yet.
Winnie’s adopter should have an understanding of ex-breeding dogs. Prior to going into her foster home Winnie had no experience of a normal loving home. Her adopter will need to be committed to continuing her basic training, gently helping her with all her good doggy behaviour including walking on the lead. Winnie will need to be rehomed with another dog to show her how to be a family pet. Her ideal family would be a couple or someone with older children. Her new family will need to have plenty of patience and be prepared to allow her to have her own space.
Winnie 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 Stone, Staffordshire.
If you are interested in adopting Winnie 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.READ MORE ABOUT THIS DOG...
Lucy is a 2-year old Chihuahua cross Yorkshire terrier girl, who is being fostered in RCT, South Wales. She is a funny little character and it does take some time to get to know her as she is very guarded. She was nervous when first arriving at her foster home and still isn’t comfortable around strangers. With people she knows and trusts she will sit beside them and will give lots of kisses and licks and follow her humans from one from one room to another to see what they’re doing.
Patience is something you will need in bucketloads. Everything will take time with Lucy. You need to win her trust and even then she isn’t keen on being picked up. The best way to do that is to let her come to you. It is difficult because when you adopt a new dog you want to fuss and cuddle them. Lucy isn’t that dog. Lucy will need to be ignored until she comes to you for attention. Slow and steady will be your mantra. In the house Lucy hates loud noises and is easily startled. Everything, from a vacuum cleaner to doors slamming in the wind, will frighten her. She has discovered play time though and loves her treats and toys. There is a little bundle of fun just waiting to come out in the right home.
Out and about, Lucy walks very well on a lead and will walk to heel. She is initially nervous of other dogs but after gentle introductions is sociable with them. In her new home the garden fencing will need to be secure to stop her slipping through any gaps, as she’s so tiny. Her new owners will have to put in further work on her nervousness and socialisation. Because of her fears she will not be rehomed with children as she is not a family dog. Older teenagers would be fine who understand that she will need her own space. ith food Lucy is a grazer. She takes her time to eat food goes back to a few times before finishing. She is fully housetrained in her foster home and can be left for a few hours during the day in her crate. She will sleep quietly in there at night too. Car journeys aren’t a problem for Lucy and she will happily curl up in her carrier.
Lucy will need time to get used to being a family pet and is looking for a loving, patient home. She is neutered, micro-chipped 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 Lucy 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.READ MORE ABOUT THIS DOG...