These are all our dogs that are currently looking for foster or forever homes. You can read some more information on how fostering ( ) and adopting ( ) works from our information pages. If you're interested in any of our dogs, please get in touch via the homecheck application form here!
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Sadly Kimi is struggling and becoming stressed in kennels as he is used to his home comforts and cuddles.
He desperately needs to be back in a home environment.
We really need someone who has no young kids or male dogs, someone who is experienced , someone who can accept his cheek and someone who can just love him as he really is a sweet boy .
Kimi- On trial in forever home
Keisha - ready for her forever home
Keisha is 9 years old and is a very affectionate cuddly girl! Adores cuddles and kisses and loves her walks. Still so puppy like and playful however she does take her time to get used to dogs and could only live with dogs (after very slow and careful introductions) that will respect her space when she asks for it but still like a good play.
Luna - On Trial in forever home
Luna .. 2 years old .. she came into rescue at just 11 months old as she tried to help with the decorating when her owners went out an got into a tin of paint .. they demanded her out that day .. she had been adopted but the resident dog an her are not getting on very well so we need to get her into dog free and child free home asap.
Emma is a gorgeous girl who is nearly two and sadly has had a really rough start. On valentine's day 2019, Emma was hit by a Range Rover and her left front leg was severely broken. The vets attempted to fix her leg but unfortunately, the plate and pins slipped so this didn't work. On Saturday 23rd February, Emma's leg was amputated. This means that Emma will need some extra care such as supplements and hydrotherapy to ensure her other joints can support her efficiently. She is a cheeky young girl and her personality is starting to shine through. Emma seems to like other dogs but is still under assessment so more details will be added soon!
Emma - Ready for adoption
Bandit - On trial in forever home
Loveable bandit aged 8 months. Currently under assessments in his foster home. All we can say at the minute is he a loveable character and full of energy. We will add more once hes been assessed.
Blaze and Ghost - ON TRIAL IN FOREVER HOME
We have Two beautiful brothers Ghost and Blaze waiting for a home.
Both are around one 1/2 years old. They are a great natured pair. They need a home willing to put firm boundaries in place, but also needs to be an active home that can give them lots of walks. Due to them being energetic boys who are quite bouncy we can only let them be around children age 8+. They are escape artist's and have a very high prey drive so they must be walked on a double lead at all times. They do pull on lead but will calm down. You must have a minimum 6 ft fence and a very secure garden.
They need a home that is committed to giving them time to settle and bond with the family.
Buddy and Luna
Buddy - On Trial in Forever Home
Luna - In Need Of Forever home
Luna is a 6 year old female. She's good with male dogs after a proper introduction, but is currently under assessment with female dogs. She hasn't lived with children. She's also one of the most chilled out dogs we've ever met. She doesn't pull when out on lead but does have a high prey drive!
Zeus - in need of forever home
This lovely boy is Zeus He was adopted from SHARE 9 years ago as one of SHARE's first dogs but is now in need of a new home through absolutely no fault of his own
He is now just under 10 years old so would love a chilled out forever home in which to spend his twilight years Zeus loves people and children but is picky with which dogs he likes. Small to medium dogs are best and he doesn't like other Huskies and is reactive to them on walks due being attacked when he was young, as always, full training support will be given. If a dog shows aggression to him, he will return it so a laid back dog or a dog free home would be best. Zeus does not usually suffer from separation anxiety but does love being in the company of his family.
Older dogs are notoriously difficult to place a lot of people seem to think they aren't worth adopting but please consider opening your home to this lad, he's about to lose everything he's known for the last 9 years Zeus also has an issue with his back legs where there is a slight delay between his brain and moving his legs so they can drag behind him sometimes, he is not in any pain and it doesn't seem to affect him too much but it's another thing that would delay finding a home