No Kennels Here - Only Foster Homes!

 dogs listed below have been through our initial checking procedures and are available for adoption and rehoming.                                                                                                     we update the website regularly, we have dogs who are going through the checking process but they will not appear until they are ready for rehoming.                             for our guidelines on our adoption procedure please go to our adoption page and read adoption policy there.
for all enquires about our dogs please fill online adoption form on our contact us tab.

  We ask that you fill out the adoption form on our contact us tab when enquiring about a dog as it helps our rehoming team when going through the applications.
also if you have a interest in a specific  dog please let us know which dog it is in the further information box which helps our volunteers out even further when working on rehoming a dog.
  Donations for each dog vary and range from £350 upwards depending on breed and veterinary treatment needed for the dog.

When applying  please make sure that all the family members are on board with adopting a dog, and let us know some information about yourselves as this helps us to match you to your dog quicker.
please note dogs  are not cat tested  so sorry we cannot rehome with cats sorry.

If you are interested in any of our dogs for rehoming  go to contact us tab and fill in adoption form to register your interest.

To avoid wasted telephone enquiries  we do not do applications over the phone, if a new owners is going through the adoption procedure  by using the phrase,
  NEW OWNER PENDING, awaiting home checks on photo below.

Please note please do not fill adoption form in and wasting rescue valuable time if you are not ready to adopt a dog immediately. thank you for your understanding . 

  we do have dogs going through  assessment  process so please fill in the adoption form  on our contact us page and leave your details so the rehoming team will have them on  file ready for when we have a suitable dog for rescue our policy is we do not rehomed with all day workers or young family's. or flats without a small garden. 
Please check our adoption policy before applying as the Rescue has very strict criteria.   If you are interested in rehoming any of our dogs please go to contact us tab and fill online application form please note rescue only rehomes within 15 to 20 mile radius of rescue,                                                                                                                               

 sat hi to rocco, approx 3 years old, lovely sweet natured boy been neutered by rescue, can sometimes be  bit vocal with other dogs on his walks, very loyal little boy does like to sleep in bed with you, would be better only pet as likes all the love to himself, as rescue we do not rehome with all day workers, no flats without secure private garden, and no children, does like to sleep on bed with you Rocco is in foster home with mavis in Stafford, adoption  fee is £395. 

hello to betty 5 year old  mini jack Russell, just been spayed by rescue. lovely sweet natured girl, she can be bit nervous on  her walks, very loving and she a snuggler likes the bed to, as rescue we do not rehome with all day workers, no flats without secure private garden, and no children, betty is in foster home with gail and kevin in cannock, adoption fee is £350.

  meet Bruce 7 year old male shihtzu, been neutered, and fully vaccinated, Bruce is a sweet natured boy you must know how to treat him, likes his walks, he  can be vocal  when he first meets you but it his his way of greeting you , as rescue we do not rehome with all day workers, no flats without secure private garden no children, Bruce is in foster home with Julie and Ian in Stafford, adoption fee is £395. 

rescue has a very high volume of applications for each dog, we pride ourselves on matching the right dog to the right home, this will always cause disapointment to lots of applicants im sure any true dog lover would agreee that the dogs needs come first, thanks for reading and understanding