Diesel is a very loving boy with a great character. He's affectionate (without being 'over the top') and he's also quite a lazy boy, so if fell-walking is your thing he's not the dog for you!
We are looking for a rural home for Diesel where he will be the only pet, preferably with someone who has bulldog experience. Diesel is quite a weight (approximately 40kg) so we would only rehome with children over the age of fifteen.
Please contact us if you are interested in giving this lovely boy a forever home.
Potential adopters please note that Diesel has to be rehomed in the South Lakes area.
Mia may be 12 years old but she's very spritely for her age. She's also in good condition, health-wise. Mia's previous owner used to board her at our kennels so all the staff know her well. Mia must be rehomed with someone who is familiar with the breed and its potential concerns. Mia's former owner looked after her very well; she was last seen by her vet in December 2019 and we have been given her full medical history.
Mia has a lot of love to give and is still an active girl. If you can give her a loving home in her twilight years please contact us.
Mia will be rehomed under our Elderly Animal Rehoming Scheme (EARS) which gives financial assistance with veterinary fees.
Whisky is a sweet, affectionate and gentle girl. She has previously lived with children and also with an older dog. She loves to be around people and loves cuddles.
Smiley-faced Toby is a lively, happy boy who is a big bundle of fun. Even at seven years of age, Toby is still full of energy and will need an active owner who can give him plenty of exercise. Toby absolutely loves people, and always wants lots of fuss and attention. He responds very well to training, provided there are no other distractions! Toby's recall is good and he knows the commands 'sit', 'stay' and 'down'. He does need teaching how to walk nicely on the lead but as he reacts very favourably to verbal praise, and loves toys and treats, that aspect of his training should be relatively straightforward. Toby will need to be the only pet in the home and, because of his bounciness, we would recommend a home where there are no young children. Toby is good in the house and can be left for short periods. He is also used to travelling on public transport. Toby can be quite reactive towards other dogs so will need an experienced owner who can work with him to help him overcome that behaviour. Our Branch behaviourist will be able to offer help and advice with that.
Rusty is a sweet-natured, friendly girl who came into our care due to her owners' ill health. Like all staffies, Rusty loves a good fuss and being the centre of attention. She has lived with children aged eight and upwards, and was very good with them. Rusty hasn't lived with other pets but she has reacted well to other dogs she has met on site, although she can get a bit over-excited. She knows the commands 'sit' and 'down', walks nicely on the lead and her recall is good, especially when treats are involved! She loves being groomed, is good at the vets, in the house, when travelling, and can be left for short periods. She's just a superstar!
Chihuahua/beagle crossbreeds, we have six of these little stars looking for homes. All boys. Despite being two years old, only one of the dogs had been walked outside the home environment, and all were very nervous, so our kennels team have spent a lot of time patiently coaxing and introducing them to the outside world. Potential owners must be willing to continue that good work. The dogs will need a quiet home, with no young children, with experienced owners who have time to spend with them and settle them into a regular routine. All are suitable to be rehomed either singly or together, and some of the more nervous ones will probably benefit from being rehomed with another dog.
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