Rehoming update

Dog Home

Due to Covid-19 rehoming had been suspended.

We are delighted to announce that we are able now to begin again... but with a difference and still with restrictions.
Our temporary rehoming process involves certain methods and limitations and therefore we have to limit the dogs we invite applications each time.

At present we are trialling the new procedure with 2 of our dogs only


As dogs become available for adoption you will find this at the bottom of their profile:
"Applications now being taken for ........
Please email the Rehoming team for an application form"

1. Click the 'rehoming team' link to send an email for an application form

2. When you receive it - fill in and return to them
(remember to add your supporting secure space photo)

3. Interviews and homechecks will be carried out by video link
(due to Covid-19 restrictions)

4. An appointment will then be made for a meet and greet
(social distancing will be in place - please follow staff instructions)

We will review the applications and contact those we select to discuss further. Thank you for all the interest and please accept our apologies as we are unable to contact everyone personally, we are still operating with a minimum of staff each day.

Please don't ask for an application for a dog that you may have seen on the website previously - It will have to be discarded due to the number of enquiries we are receiving.

Please remember that many of the dogs have been very popular whilst the lockdown period has been in place and only one new family home can be found for each

Due to current Covid-19 guidelines the Home will remain closed to general public admittance.



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Each year over 1500 animals pass through our doors - most abandoned or unwanted. The Home is a registered charity and is largely dependent on donations, legacies and the support of the public to help fund the cost of looking after the animals and securing their future.