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Maya – 3 year old female Terrier Cross

Maya is a sweet 3 year old girl. She is very sociable, loving and gentle and sits for treats. Maya and is excellent with other dogs and would love a home with a doggy friend or friends. She is quite good on the lead already but will benefit from more training. She has no hang ups at all and will make anyone an excellent pet for some lucky person. Maya is not good with cats as although she is not aggressive, she enjoys a chase!

Maya has lots of love to give and is very eager to please. She would enjoy a garden in which to play, and lovely walks with a family. Maya was found living alone in a field in Romania most likely abandoned as are so many others, and was trying her best to find food and survive. She is blind in one eye, which could be the reason why she was no longer wanted. Homecheck and adoption fee apply. Maya is neutered, vaccinated and microchipped.

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Lady – 10 year old female Terrier Cross

This sweet senior is Lady, the 10 year old Terrier cross, who is being fostered in RCT, South Wales. Don’t let her age fool you – she is very active and very fit with great muscle tone. Lady now loves walks and is no longer scared of going outside on her own. She has no difficulty in gaining access to all furniture. Lady loves lap space and claims it at every opportunity! She is a happy, polite little girl – and also the gentlest dog you could imagine. She likes her food – treats and two meals a day. She snores (loudly!) and likes to cuddle up close when you are in bed.

Lady is a very loving dog who will make an exceptionally loyal friend. She adores being with her humans and absolutely thrives on love, fuss and comfort. At the moment she sleeps on the bed. She is a delight to be with and deserves a happy secure home. When she first came in Lady had mammary tumours. These have been removed – the results were clear, showing no signs of anything nasty. Lady is not in the slightest bit aggressive. She has no problem in the home. House training is a work in progress – as Lady has had such a lot of disruption in her life recently she is having some toileting issues – these are being worked on. She is responding well to her new home and toilet areas / routines. She walks beautifully on the lead.

Lady is fine with older children but would prefer a quiet home. She is great with adults of all ages. She can be a little shy with sudden hand movements and a bit fearful of raised voices but she loves to be around people and especially on their laps! Lady is very good in the car and enjoys car rides. She is not at all stressed at the vets and is fine in the waiting room. She adores being touched, stroked and fussed. She is very affectionate and seeks out human contact. Lady has no dominant tendencies with her food and is not yet used to playing with toys. She shows no desire to jump or scale fences. She is such a gentle girl with no destructive tendencies at all.

Lady is currently fostered with 4 other dogs and loves being with the other dogs. She has been left for up to 5 hours with the other dogs for company and has been fine. She has not been crated. She is truly joyous upon your return even if you have been gone for only a short while. She has not been cat tested in foster. She is “cat aware” but does not show any aggression when on the lead. She has not been tested with puppies. Lady would benefit from being in a home where her humans are around a lot and have time to give her the love and attention that she craves. She is looking for a home with more than one human who is semi or fully retired. She will be very happy as an only dog as long as she has plenty of human company. She needs a lot of affection and physical contact and would love lots of walks too.

Lady is neutered, up to date with her flea and worming treatment, micro-chipped and has had her vaccinations. Prospective adopters will be expected to travel to meet her in her foster home in South Wales.

If you are interested in adopting Lady, 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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Fred – 12 year old male Terrier Cross

Meet Fred, a Terrier cross who has come to us after being found as a stray. Fred is 12 years old and is a lovely old dog. He is a friendly boy who is happy just to potter around the house and hang out with you. He likes lots of strokes and attention.

 

Fred likes short walks and short games of fetch! He’s slightly deaf and is losing his vision a bit. He likes to settle down for a sleep and a rest near his chosen human. Fred is good with dogs when out and about. Can you give Fred a quiet retirement home?

 

Fred will need to be the only dog in the house and can’t live with cats.

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Chewbacca – 18 month old male Terrier Cross

Chewbacca (Chewie) is an 18 month old Terrier cross. He came into the centre as his owners could no longer keep him. He is a little live wire with lots of energy to burn. He loves going on his walks but can lunge forward occasionally so will need an owner who is willing to work on this with him. He has a high chase drive and very limited recall so will need to be kept on a lead in public. He can live with teenagers but will need to be the only pet. He is a bit of an escape artist who likes to wander off and explore the wonders of the world so he would need to be supervised in the garden at all times. He is a cheeky little chap with bundles of personality who is looking for a home where he can spend his days getting lots of fuss and attention.

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Micu – 6 year old male Terrier Cross

Micu is a handsome little Terrier cross chap with a big personality. He is small, around 9 kg, 6 years old and he has been neutered. This little sweetheart is very clever, loves to be cuddled and needs someone who can train him and give him attention. He is good with other dogs – maybe better with the girls rather than the boy dogs. A typical Terrier he is learning how to walk on a lead but will need further training. Can you offer this lovely little fella a forever home?

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Rosy – 4 year old female Terrier Cross

Rosy. 4 year old female Terrier cross. Rosy is a pretty Terrier cross who has come to us after being found as a stray. Rosy is a very friendly girl, who is very affectionate with the humans she meets. She’s a happy dog, who loves her walks. She is good with dogs when out and about, but will need to be the only dog in the home.

Rosy can’t live with cats. Rosy will need to rehomed in a rural location and will need to have access to a garden. Rosy is based in Guildford, Surrey.

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Scamp – 3-5 year old male Whippet cross Terrier

Scamp is a lovely little boy but is typical cheeky, mischievous and Terrier like at times. When he first landed with us he could be a little tetchy with some of the other male dogs but since being castrated has been good with them all. He is excitable at first out and about on lead but soon settles. At the kennels he is not barky and vocal out of the kennels but does like a bark at the dogs in the kennels next to him so hasten a guess he may at times find a voice when out walking. Scamp will also need a secure garden as he can jump if he feels he can get out of his kennel to come and find you and great you with a big wagging tail. We feel that Scamp will adapt to being an only dog if someone takes time to settle him working alongside us in the beginning but would also be a good companion for a female a little older than him who will play with him but also put him into his place once they had had enough.

Scamp has been cat tested and did initially show interest in the cat but when the cat smacked him and hard he backed off and would not go back. However, the kennels cat is not to be messed with and I feel that it would take time and a lot of effort to have Scamp happily co exist with a cat and it would have to be someone with cat training experience and a tough cat not willing to take any of a dogs silliness. Scamp would make an excellent dog for a more active family with slightly older dog and sensible children 8 plus. He would love to be out and about investigating and spending a lot of his time being able to join in all activities that the family under took. I also feel that Scamp would make a wonderful flyball or agility dog after a little bit of training. Scamp keeps his kennel clean and toilets as soon as taking out so I do not feel housetraining would be an issue and he also travels well.

Scamp with a little time and effort is going to be an excellent all round intelligent little dog and has stolen the hearts of a few at the kennels already. Scamp is vaccinated, kennel cough vaccinated, treated for parasites, microchipped, castrated and has received a dental. Scamp is currently with us in foster in Lancashire and can be rehomed throughout the UK subject to as succesful homevisit and all members of the family including any current dogs travelling to meet with him

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Fiona – 4 year old female Terrier Cross

Fabulous Fiona is a small Terrier cross girl of around 12 kg who is 4 years old and she has been spayed. She is a simply adorable dog and when she was in with a little blind boy she was quite mothering of him. She is very good with other dogs. She loves to be around people – especially when it means she can get some big cuddles and she is more than happy to be picked up and will give you lots of kisses. She has been good on a lead and was very well behaved at the groomers. Fiona would be a great dog for many homes and as she is missing her room-mate who has found his forever family surely it must now be Fiona’s turn?

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Chippy – 4-5 year old male Terrier Cross

Little Chippy Terrier cross has a character as big as his Dingo ears. He is around 4-5 years or a small to medium size at around 15 kg and has been neutered. He is very nosey and likes to see what’s going on by climbing on top of his kennel. He can be a bit of a bully with other dogs but is not aggressive. Due to his dominance he may be better as an only dog with either a very confident or a very submissive dog. He really loves to be cuddled and will give you licks/kissed and is not at all nippy but he will not be picked up yet – he just runs away. He is lovely with people but just a bit shy so will need an owner that can build his confidence and trust. He has not done any lead work and doesn’t yet wear a collar. Chippy needs an experienced active owner who can give him some firm training, stimulation and confidence. Kennels are really not the best place for Chippy – he needs a home to show him how to enjoy his life in the UK to the fullest.

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Micu – 6 year old male Terrier Cross

Micu is a handsome little Terrier cross chap with a big personality. He is small, around 9 kg, 6 years old and he has been neutered. This little sweetheart is very clever, loves to be cuddled and needs someone who can train him and give him attention. He is good with other dogs – maybe better with the girls rather than the boy dogs. A typical terrier he is learning how to walk on a lead but will need further training.

Can you offer this lovely little fella a furever home?

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Hector – 8-10 year old male Terrier Cross

Hector is a middle aged (8 – 10 years old) Terrier Cross. A kind hearted fellow, Hector likes an easy life. He was abandoned as the previous owners did not want him anymore. After years of loyalty and devotion, this old chap found himself homeless. Hector has spent a year in kennels, and is pleased to be back in a home.

Currently, he lives with 6 of dogs of various age, breed, sex and temperament. He could happily live with another dog, preferably a easy going character of similar energy. Not one to cause or seek trouble, Hector keeps himself to himself usually sat on the sofa or in his dog bed. Indeed he loves a good walk, and is very enthusiastic when out doors, but is more than happy to get back into the warmth.

Hector also lives with young children, but would prefer a quieter environment where youngsters are not disheartened by his lack of will to audition for Britain’s Got Talent.ion for once, that he truly deserves. Visiting grandchildren, or simply children over 5 years old would be better. If this chap could get a home with a retired/semi retired couple or single person that would suit him well. His ideal situation is somewhere arm, comfortable where he can get the attention for once, that he truly deserves.

Neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, wormed, flea treated and waiting for happiness.

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Fred – 12 year old male Terrier Cross

Meet Fred! A Terrier cross who has come to us after being found as a stray. Fred is 12 years old and is a lovely old dog. He is a friendly boy who is happy just to potter around the house and hang out with you. He likes lots of strokes and attention. Fred likes short walks and short games of fetch! He’s slightly deaf and is losing his vision a bit. He likes to settle down for a sleep and a rest near his chosen human.

Fred is good with dogs when out and about.

Can you give Fred a quiet retirement home?

Fred will need to be the only dog in the house and can’t live with cats.

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