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Sally – 2 year old female Bulldog Cross

Sally is a 2 year old female Bulldog cross who has come to us after being found as a stray.  She is a friendly girl who would love to have a home of her own! Sally is an affectionate girl who likes to cuddle.

 

Sally has been good with dogs when out and about and could possibly live with a calm male dog. Sally can live with children over 12.

 

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Lady – 1-2 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Lady is a young female Staffordshire Bull Terrier. She is a sweet natured friendly girl who loves nothing more than to be around you. Lady is cat, dog and child friendly but as she can get a bit excitable we feel best suited with children 5+.

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Ruby – 2-3 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross

Ruby is a approx 2 1/2 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross, possibly a Labrador. She is fantastic with children of all ages and with other dogs but cannot live with cats. Ruby is a fantastic girl who is very affectionate. Ruby will need a home with a secure garden.

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Minnie – 2 year old female Jack Russell Terrier

Minnie is a very sweet little Jack Russell Terrier. At 2 years of age, she has found herself looking for a new forever home. Unfortunately her previous family were unable to keep her, due to personal family matters. Whilst wanting the best for dear Minnie, they took the very hard decision
to find her a new home. Previously Minnie had lived with a 5 year old child, who was 3 years old when Minnie was a puppy.

Now, Minnie is staying in rescue with 8 other dogs of various age, sex, breed and temperament. Also she lives with a 3 year old toddler, a 7 year old and 11 year old child. She loves her walks, lots of cuddles, enjoys being picked up, motivated by food, good on the lead, responds to a recall off the lead (after a bond has been secured) and is a very happy girl. It is very possible that Minnie Moo-Moo could live with a cat. The previous owners did not have any, but she lived with them for 2 weeks whilst on a canine training course.

When seeing cats in the neighborhood, it was said that she was not bothered. However, Minnie loves to chase birds, ad is very excited by their presence. Vaccinated 4Life, wormed, flea treated, spayed, microchipped and ready to go! She travels well in a car, loves family life and would make a wonderful companion for any family, couple or single person. What are you waiting for? get in touch, a girl like Minnie will not be looking for a home very long.

All dogs are re-homed subject to a successful home-check. There are no restrictions to your location/postcode so please apply. Terms and fees apply. Texts/emails and calls welcomed. Voicemails are not collected.

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Harper – 1 year old female Pug

Hello, my name is Harper. I’m a one year old female Pug. I arrived at The Mayhew because my owner died. I’m a very friendly, active and out-going girl. I get along well with everyone I meet and I also get along very well with other dogs, although I can be a little timid of boisterous dogs. I’ve not had much training in the past but I’m a quick learner and I’m now starting to learn the basics.

I’m very affectionate and loving and I like to climb up onto peoples’ laps for a cuddle. I also enjoy playing with my toys. I’m now looking for a forever home with an active person or family who have owned dogs before and have researched my breed type. I can live with sensible children from eight years of age and upwards providing they are used to being around dogs. I’d also happily share my new home with another dog but I wouldn’t be suitable to live with cats.

It’s not yet known how long I cope being left home alone so I’ll need a home where there is somebody around for most of the day. My new owners will be expected to continue my training, take me to training classes and provide me with a minimum of one hour of active off-lead exercise every day.

If you’re interested in adopting me you will need to be fully prepared for the hard work and long-term commitment involved in caring for a dog, you’ll be taking on a fourteen year commitment, which must not be taken lightly.

I hope to see you soon,

Harper

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Babs – 1 year old female Fox Terrier Cross

Babs is a 1 year old Fox Terrier cross who has come to us after being found as a stray. Babs is a friendly dog who is looking for a forever home! She is very sweet and really enjoys a cuddle. She would love to get out of kennels and into her forever home.

 

Babs has been good with dogs when out and about and could possibly live with a calm male dog. Babs can be a bit vocal, so no flats please!

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Suki – 9 year old female Shar-Pei Cross

This is Suki, a 9 year old Shar-Pei Cross. She was abandoned in a terrible state, and taken into our care. She is a lovely and affectionate girl who is looking for a nice quiet retirement home. Suki is partially blind, but manages really well. Suki is house trained and has good manners. She can be left alone for short periods of time and will settle down happily. Suki will make a lovely companion dog, as she is very gentle and sweet.

 

Suki would prefer to be the only dog in the home, but could possibly live with a calm male. She has not been cat tested yet, and can live with children over the age of 12.

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Clara – 2-3 year old female Boxer Cross

‘Hi everyone my name is Clara! I am looking for my forever home, after I was picked up as a stray and no one came forward to take me home. I seem to have been used for breeding in the past so I am looking for a nice forever home where I can get all the TLC I need!’

 

Clara is a 2-3 year old Boxer Cross. She is a lovely girl, with a sweet nature who just wants to be loved! She has been okay with other dogs when out and about so she could share her new home with a calm male, but she has not been cat tested. Clara could also live in a new home with children aged 10 years and over.

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Sasha – 3 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross

‘Hello my name is Sasha and I am a 3 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross. I was found in an abandoned property and taken to the local pound. I had recently had a litter of pups but we don’t know where they have gone. No one came forward to save me so All Dogs Matter have stepped in. I am now waiting to find a foster home where I can settle down and wait for my perfect forever home!’

 

Poor Sasha is a sweet girl who needs a second chance! She is a little over weight but is a friendly and happy dog! She could possibly live with a calm male dog in her new home and children aged 10 years and over. She has not been cat tested yet.

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Elsie – 18 month old female English Bull Terrier

Elsie is an 18 month old female English Bull Terrier. She has come to us after her owners circumstances changed. Elsie is a lovely dog who is friendly and affectionate. Elsie enjoys her walks and even likes being in the sea (as you can see in the pictures below!).

Elsie is good with dogs when out and about, however she could possibly live with a calm male dog. Elsie can live with children over 10. Elsie can’t live with cats.

 

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Stream – 2 year old female English Springer Spaniel

Stream is a 2 year old female English Springer Spaniel. She is a beautiful girl that would need a very active home, preferable rural where she can get the exercise she needs. She was abandoned in a hilly river area, and needed the coast guards and the rescue to pull her to safety, she doesnt seem phased by her ordeal.

She is vaccinated, wormed, spayed, micro chipped and vet checked.

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Dora – 18 month old female Collie cross Hound

Dora is a 18 month old female Collie cross Hound. Dora is a very sweet little girl and is very affectionate. She loves her walks and she loves lots of attention that you give her. Dora is a very active girl and likes to be “doing things” all the time. She can be a little bit stubborn when you ask her to do things, but this is the hound trait in her probably coming through and once she is won over by her new owner with lots of individual attention and some training, Dora should realise life isn’t too bad and needing to try and get your attention all the time rather than all the other dogs getting it.

For this reason we would like Dora to have a home all of her own. She deserves it. She would thrive in a set up where she is offered lots of love and fuss just for herself and a comitted home where they would take Dora for love long walks, or possibly jogging along with some basic command training to stimulate her so so doesn’t feel left out. She loves to play with toys and is an alert dog with an inquisitive mind.

Dora is still a young dog so we would like someone who is at home for most of the day to settle Dora in and make her feel she is part of a family unit rather than just an accessory which is probably what her previous life was like. She will need a secure garden with a 6ft fence.

Dora is spayed, vaccinated, mciro-chipped and wormed. Dora is fostered in North London near J26 of M26. We are looking for a home in or around this area or neighbouring counties as a home check will be done, although areas further afield may be possible for the right home.

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