Meet Rita and Sue,these 2 little girls are around 3yrs old and looking for a home to call their own.
They are both great with kids and cats,they can live with another dog but they do prefer Male dogs.
Rita is a bit of a stirrer on walks and will yap at other dogs so Sue joins in,that’s sisters for you 😁
They are both clean in the home and can be left for short periods.
The last word has to be from their foster…
They really are fab little dogs… 😃😃
If you can offer Rita and Sue a home please message the page or email email@example.com
Tony is 8 weeks old and ready to go to his forever home on 13th July
Potential adopters must be prepared to travel to our vets , Vets4Pets in Rawtenstall to comlete his vaccination course and for neutering.
Adoption fee is £70
Please email is on firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for the old Razzle Dazzle?.. look no further..This stunning handsome dude is Rasmus (Razzy to his friends)…Adorable cuddle monster…who loves to play so another ypung cat is a must for Razzy..His sister left for her wonderful forever home an Razzy now needs his .. Can you give Razzy his happy ever after?
Homecheck & Adoption fees apply.
A stunning older beauty….who would know this gorgeous girl is around 4 years old…This lady had her babies in a garage full of dangerous equipment and discarded furniture..she kept them safe hiding them in a cardboard box away from the world… fed by neighbours who affectionately called her DORIS.. No more hiding for this lady…her babies leave in a few weeks time so Doris will need her forever happy home.
Homecheck & Adoption fees apply.
Our Yummy Mummy Marilyn will be looking for her forever home very soon once her babies have left.
Marilyn is happy with other cats and fine with cat savvy dogs.. She loves her food but is very much a lady. Once settled she will want to be able to play out so a safe area is a must for Marilyn.
If you feel yours is the perfect home then please email us at email@example.com
Homecheck & Adoption fees apply.
4 year old Molly is looking for a special forever home.
Whilst we word the posts for animals we rehome ourselves, these are the words of her loving owners.
I’d please ask that you read the entire post prior to contacting us.
“Molly is a loving dog and she is a very much loved part of our family, however she is a nervous dog and is often uncomfortable around children and lots of noise or activity, which means she is not as happy as she could be and has become a concern for us as parents.
· Molly loves a good walk and is excellent off the lead and she is generally good on the lead with one or two people however she can pull a bit when walking with a group. We use a harness in this situation which makes it manageable and often any pulling settles down after five minutes. We did have an incident 2 years ago where she was chased by a dog and ran off [not far and we found her quickly], however for that reason we are very vigilant when off her lead and always put her on the lead when approached by a dog on a lead.
· Molly is generally good company around the house and sleeps well and more often than not decides to go to bed before we do.
· She is also generally good with adult visitors, even though she will get excited when they first arrive but she usually settles down quite quickly.
· She is good with our children who she knows well but children are a concern for her because of her nervousness. If there are many children in the house she will growl when they come near. This isn’t particularly aggressive and she doesn’t confront them but it is a concern for us because she is showing she isn’t happy so she really needs to have a minimum amount of contact with children. She doesn’t display this behaviour out of the house which we assume is because she is nervous when they are coming into her space.
· We moved house a few years ago and our old house was a typical terrace house with a lounge dining room and kitchen extension at the back. The back of the house had a garden which led to a quiet back street. Since we moved we now have a very open plan house with large French doors and windows at the front and back. We think she finds the openness and the amount she can see out a stressful experience and she will often bark. At our old house she would often sit on the couch and watch people walking past without any fuss so possibly the layout of the house needs to be considered.
· When on walks she does have a habit of stopping and lying down whenever she sees another dog and she isn’t on a lead to show she isn’t a threat. This isn’t a problem and she is never aggressive towards other dogs however it can make walks when she isn’t on a lead a little longer than planned. We have been told never to force her to move, to let her lie down as long as likes, she then moves when the dog walks past her.
· She is used to having other dogs around as some of our family bring their dogs round and she generally gets on well with them. I wouldn’t particularly recommend a family with a dog already but I wouldn’t anticipate any problems if her new family had visitors that brought dogs with them.
· She travels well in the car and is used to being in the boot or in the back of the car. Caravan or camping holidays would not be suitable for her because she gets stressed when tied up outside. Cottage or static caravan holidays would be much more suitable for her.
· Due to her nature she would not be happy if put in kennels when on holiday and would get very stressed in that environment. In our experience she is fine with a good dog border or family friend when going away. We put her in kennels when she was younger for a couple of small trips and found she came back very stressed and agitated.
· Molly would be most suited to a family with no children or grandchildren who have a quiet, stable environment. She would be happier in non-open plan house without floor to ceiling windows. She really is a fantastic dog, who will be very much missed.”
Taking the above into consideration , Molly will not be rehomed to busy households , she would be more suited as an only dog and we will not consider homes with children under 14 years of age.
Please contact us via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or message the page.
Miss Tibbs is looking for a home to call her own after her owner sadly passed away.
She’s very affectionate and very loving,she’s around 7yrs old and would be better as the only pet as she likes to have all the attention
She loves to greet you and talk to you when you get up in the morning,She enjoys playing with her toys but especially enjoys it when her human plays too. She is happy snoozing when humans are busy elsewhere and doesn’t cause any trouble but definitely loves it when her humans come back again. She is very clean and uses her litter tray perfectly.She is a little overweight but is keen to explore and would love to be able to go outdoors and hopefully get her figure trim again! We were advised she has a delicate tummy and does need a certain food, which is an own brand Pets at Home dry food and she enjoys this. She will definitely make someone a very loving and loyal companion
If you can offer Miss Tibbs a home please message us or email us email@example.com