DOGS Needing Homes
Thank you for considering adopting a rescue dog. Please take a look at the pictures below.
Click on picture for details and then follow the link to our Facebook page for even more pictures!
Please note we do not as a rule carry out any adoptions during the lead up to December and over the Christmas period.
Please register your interest in any of the dogs listed below by clicking the 'Enquire' button below
More DOGS Needing Homes!
On this section of our website we are devoting links to other trusted rescue organisations who have dogs in need of a loving home. In these instances the adopter needs to liaise with the rescue concerned directly.
In all cases an adoption donation and home check will apply.
Please look through the dogs albums and consider giving a rescue dog a new start, they so deserve your help!
Many Tears Animal Rescue
Many Tears Animal Rescue (MTAR) is based in Carmarthenshire, Wales but has dogs in foster homes throughout the UK. They take in and rehome primarily ex-breeding dogs who are no longer required; those on "death row" in the pounds and those whose owners are no longer able to keep them.
The majority of dogs with Many Tears Animal rescue are ex-breeders and many have never seen the outside world before. With the help of their staff, fosterers and other volunteers the rescue provides a special and loving environment to help the dogs adapt and find permanent, loving new homes. All potential adopters are interviewed and homes vetted and the Many Tears team do their utmost best to find the right home for each dog. To view their current dogs for adoption on their Facebook page please CLICK HERE
Moorlands Dog Rescue
This rescue operates in the Staffordshire Moorlands and surrounding area. They are a small charity dedicated to rescuing dogs of all sizes, ages and breeds (as resources allow) with the aim of finding them the best possible permanent loving home as quickly as possible.
They are an all volunteer foster home based organisation; as such they do not have a physical shelter or kennels. They rely on the internet, ‘word of mouth’ and publicity events to promote their work, the opportunities to volunteer and the dogs available for adoption. Their rescue dogs are those who are abandoned, homeless or unwanted and who come from homes, shelters, vets, boarding facilities or the street. To view their current dogs for adoption on their Facebook page please CLICK HERE