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Jessie – 3 year old female Collie cross Retriever

Meet Jessie, we think she is a Collie cross Retriever. She is about 3 years old and good on the lead. She is clean in the house she has a lovely nature.

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Ria – 11 month old female Saluki Cross

Ria is about 11 months old. We think she is a Saluki cross. She still needs to be house trained. She is good on the lead and loves to be around you.

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Reva – 3 year old female Spaniel Cross

Please meet stunning Reva! Reva is an approximately 3 year old fox red spaniel type. She is beautiful inside and out. Reva is the type of dog that is friendly with everyone that she meets. She is very affectionate and loves to jump up for a cuddle on the sofa or half way through a walk to check you are still there. Reva is a very clever girl, she walks perfectly off lead with excellent recall. She is also house trained and okay being left for short periods. Although she really does love company. She is currently in a foster home and her foster mum says “i really can’t fault Reva, she has to be the perfect dog’.

Reva is good with other dogs, so could live with other dogs of similar size, although she is not cat tested yet. She has a good temperament so could live with older children that respected her space. Reva was originally from a shelter in Romania, and one of 6 dogs saved from a mass cull, so she is very lucky to be here. She has her own pet passport and has been fully vaccinated, neutered, microchipped, flead and wormed.

This little lady really is the all round package and we hope to find her a perfect home very soon.

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Daphne – 6 week old female Cross-Breed

Meet Daphne, the 6-week old whirlwind of a puppy, being fostered near Bridgend, South Wales. She came in to rescue at around 2-weeks old and has been hand-reared by her fosterer. She is a little too young yet for us to know exactly what breed mix she is so potential adopters will have to fall in love with Daphne and take her as she is. Now, this little madam will need some training. She is full of puppy fun and is bitey, playful and into absolutely everything. She chases cats so will need training in that department if she is to live with one. To Daphne the world is just a huge playground and she loves to play with everyone. As she is still so young she hasn’t met many dogs yet but does adore them, so any dogs in her new home will have to be puppy tolerant!

Daphne can be crated and when she doesn’t go to work with her foster mum she happily settles for a couple of hours and has been fine with that. She sleeps in her crate at night with no problems at all. She travels well in the car and is fine at the vets – after all, foster mum is a vet nurse! Housetraining is a work in progress. She is getting used to puppy pads but will need further training in this area for months to come. Because this little lady left her mum so early she has no bite inhibition, which her mum would have taught her from an early age. Daphne is a very bitey pup and is learning the word ‘no’. She is also quite a strong character though and as with many hand rear pups can be a little bit naughty! She is looking for a kind but firm owner who will take her to training classes and put in a lot of time and effort to teach this girl what is and isn’t acceptable.

As with all babies she does need lots of cuddles. Play is in short bursts and it currently doesn’t take long to wear her out. She needs regular naps and so enjoys a tummy rub and some relaxing time on someone’s lap. This will change as she gets older though so as she grows, so will her exercise requirements. The ideal home for Daphne would be one with puppy experience. Because she is so bitey in play, older children only, please. Someone who is at home for most of the day who can devote plenty of time to her and her training is an absolute necessity.

Daphne will be starting a course of vaccinations soon, she will also be microchipped and is flea and worm treated. Neutering will be done at 6-months old and will be the responsibility of the adopter. A discount voucher will be issued towards the cost and follow-up checks will be done. Prospective adopters will be expected to travel to meet him in her in her foster home near Bridgend, South Wales.

If you are interested in adopting Daphne 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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Millie and Mollie – 11 year old female Yorkshire Terriers

Millie and Mollie have not had the best of times recently and are now looking for a new home with owners who are around for most of the time and who will understand that they may need a little time and patience while they settle in. They are a little nervous and are looking for a quieter home with no children, we do not know what they are like with cats but have been okay with other dogs. As they have been left alone for so long in the past they may have a few accidents until they settle in.

Millie has not got any teeth but this does not stop her stealing Molly’s food. Millie is rather tubby so they would need to be kept an eye on at feeding time. The girls have not left the house for a long time so will take time adjusting to having a lead on. They will need to go on a harness initially and it will take a while for them to regain their confidence.

They have been neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped and are currently in Leigh on Sea Essex.

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Lola – 4 year old female Boxer

Lola is 4 years old (nearly 5) she is looking for an active home who have had Boxers before. She is a typical lively boxer who could do with some training as she does pull on the lead when she sees people and other dogs etc. Lola has lived with children of all ages and is a great family dog, she has lived with kids since she was a puppy. Lola needs a home where she is the only dog in the house, this is the reason she is looking for a new home as her and the resident dog do not get on, although she can be good with dogs when out on a walk she just doesnt want to share her home with one.

Lola is okay to be left alone in the house for a couple of hours and is toilet trained too, but will need time to settle in like all rescue dogs do. Lola is in a foster home on the Wirral.

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