Don’t Search Based On Where You Live
We do not list dogs specifically by geographic location. Dogs can be viewed by either the rehoming centre at which they currently reside or by their age, sex or breed type.
It is our firm belief that the â€˜rightâ€™ dog for you is not neccesarily the nearest dog to you so DogsBlog simply makes browsing all dogs as easy as possible based on criteria such as breed type, age, sex or by shelter.
You can choose to view as many or as few dogs as take your interest prior to making viewing arrangements with the shelters.
Feel free to use the open text search box or browse dogs by clicking the relevant links on the right hand side of the site.
The aim of the website is to present a highly userfriendly browsing experience. We WANT you to consider all the dogs listed on the site that match your lifestyle requirements. You may wish get an idea of the size, age or breed of the dog you feel would be most suitable to fit in with your own living arrangements or you might choose to view the additional details on each dog’s listing in order to get an idea if they would be suitable.
Please consider an older dog – View Dogs Over 6>.
They are invariably well trained and in many cases they arrive at rescue centres through no fault of their own. They are very often the most suitable dogs for families with young children who are about to offer a home to their first dog.
Create a shortlist of the dogs you like the most
Underneath each dog’s listing is a small button/link entitled ‘Share This’. This little feature will enable you to either send the details of the dog you are looking at to an email address or you could build up a shortlist of dogs on any of the web’s most popular social networking sites (such as Dig, Google Bookmarks etc)
Speak to the shelters but please be aware of their time restraints
Obviously the main purpose of this website is to get as many dogs into new, caring homes as possible. We want and need you to get in touch with the rescue centres to discuss rehoming opportunities. Please try and use the site to gather as much information on each dog as you can possibly can. This will ensure you can communicate clearly to the rescue centres than you have done your research and have the basic information on the dog(s) you are keen on adopting.
Please mention us
Getting a dog is one of the most exciting experiences in the world. We understand you might forget but if you could take a moment to let the rehoming shelter(s) you talk to that you heard about them through DogsBlog we’d really appreciate it!