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Diesel at Dog Aid Society of Scotland

A Male Border Collie / Portuguese Water Dog Cross who is age 3 years old

Not Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: 60 Blackford Avenue Edinburgh EH9 3ER

Diesel is a beautiful looking boy who is looking for a new forever home. He is a very loving and clever boy, however due to his strong herding instinct he does require an experienced Border Collie owner who is able to help Diesel redirect his herding instinct into a more desirable behaviour.

Diesel currently lives with a female dog and he gets on well with her. He can be reactive to male dogs especially if they are still entire. Diesel could potentially live with a friendly female, however he would also be happy as a single dog in the home. Diesel will chase cats therefore he is not suitable to live with them. Diesel is friendly dog who is happy for lots of attention from adults, however he is not great around younger children. He has never lived with children and he has previously nipped a child whilst trying to herd them. Therefore we are looking for a home where there are no children in the home or no visiting children. He would be best suited to living in the countryside where it is not busy with lots of children. Diesel may bark when visitors come to the door, however he will quickly settle. Diesel does need daily brushing and he is happy for you to do this however he can be a little unsure of his paws being touched. Diesel is happy to be left for a couple of hours at a time and is not destructive when left although he may occasionally rip up the mail through the door if he has the chance!

Diesel loves the car especially as he knows they generally lead to amazing walks where he can run around off lead and have lots of fun playing with a tennis ball. He has a good recall however occasionally may get distracted and may take a bit longer to come back. He walks well on a harness however very occasionally will pull if he is very excited. Diesel loves to swim and in his new home he would love to be able to continue this. His favourite toy is a tennis ball and will happily play fetch. Diesel enjoys a belly rub and having his back scratched and is a very affectionate boy. He can be unsure of loud noises such as fireworks and the hoover.

Due to Diesel’s herding behaviour he is looking for an experienced owner who understands the herding traits and has the experience to help teach Diesel another outlet for his herding. As he is a very active dog he will need long daily walks where he can burn off all of his energy. He is a very clever dog and would benefit from mental stimulation as well as physical exercise. Do you have a cozy spot on the sofa for this gorgeous boy?

Please think carefully before applying for Diesel and think how any changes in your circumstances may affect your ability to care for him. If you would like to be considered to re-home Diesel please click on our website www.dogaidsociety.com and then click on Diesel's page and then click on the green register your interest button and this will take you to our application form. Once you have completed and sent the form you will receive an automatic response to your email address that you have supplied. This means we have successfully received your application. Please note that the Society only re-homes within Scotland.
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Simba at Dog Aid Society of Scotland

A Male Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross who is age 5 years old

Good With Children Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: 60 Blackford Avenue Edinburgh EH9 3ER

Simba is looking for a new home through no fault of his own. He has lots of love to give and will make a lovely companion once he is settled into his new home. Simba is looking for an experienced owner as he can be nervous and is looking for an owner who has the time and patience to help build his confidence up around strangers.

Simba is great with dogs of similar size or smaller than him. He can be overwhelmed by larger dogs and would rather not socialise with them. He has previously lived with cats and we would happily re-home him where there are dog savvy cats in the home. Simba is not happy to be left alone and will bark or howl and on occasions be destructive. For this reason we would not re-home him into a flat. The current owners leave the tv on or some music for him which does help him settle a bit better. He will need to build his confidence up to being left for a short period at a time. Simba can be nervous of strangers and when people first come to the house. He may bark at them, however he will eventually settle once he realises that you are ok, or if you have lots of treats for him. Simba is ok around children however as he can be very bouncy he may accidentally knock them over or be too boisterous around them. Therefore we are looking for a home where any children are teenagers. Unfortunately Simba does not like trips to the vets and he does need to wear a muzzle.

Simba can pull when walking on a lead, however he wears a harness to take the strain off his neck. Simba travels ok as long as music is playing. If there is no music he gets a bit nervous without it on. Simba loves lots of attention and lying on your feet. He is very active and enjoys going out for his daily walks where he can have a good run around. He does have an ok recall but can be distracted by lots of smells! Simba is very clever and can sit, lie down, go to bed, Hi 5 and paw. His favourite trick is balancing a biscuit on his nose! He will also speak for a biscuit too.

Despite Simba being a nervous dog he has lots of love to give and will make a fantastic companion to the right owner.He is full of fun and mischief and is sure to make you smile on a daily basis. Are you around during the day and willing to put in the time and patience to help give this sweet boy a forever home?

Please think carefully before applying for Simba and think how any changes in your circumstances may affect your ability to care for him. If you would like to be considered to re-home Simba please click on our website www.dogaidsociety.com and go to Simba's page. Then click on the green register your interest button and this will take you to our application form. Once you have completed and sent the form you will receive an automatic response to your email address that you have supplied. This means we have successfully received your application. Please note that the Society only re-homes within Scotland.
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Lily at Dog Aid Society of Scotland

A Female Westie / Lhasa Apso Cross who is age 5 years old

Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: 60 Blackford Avenue Edinburgh EH9 3ER

Lily is a 5 year old Westie / Lhasa Apso Cross. She is a sweet and loving little girl who is very affectionate. Lily will need an experienced Terrier owner to help her overcome her resource guarding. She will also require a secure garden as she is prone to escaping. Previously she would use the cat flap to escape out of the house. We are looking for a home where there are no cats in the home as she does chase unfamiliar cats.

Lily loves playing with her toys. Her favourite game is playing fetch in the garden, she loves to run really fast to get the ball. Lily knows how to sit, lie down and gives a paw for treats. Lily is an active wee girl who would love to live in a quiet home where her new owners can concentrate on her training. Lily loves when visitors come to the house, especially if she gets lots of attention. Lily would happily cuddle you all day. Lily currently lives with 2 other dogs however due to her behaviour she is unsettling the other dogs in the home. Although she is great with dogs out and about and will happily play with them, she is better suited to being an only dog in the home. Lily is happy to be left for short periods of a time and is not destructive in any way. She will always welcome you home with lots of love when you come home. Lily travels well in the car in a crate and is happy to be picked up to put her in it. She walks well on a lead and generally wears a harness when out for her walks. Lily is not great off lead an may run away chasing squirrels or cats. Her recall will need further training.

Lily does resource guard items such as bones, toys, her bed and has been known to guard the sofa. She will require positive training to help her learn that resource guarding is not acceptable. For this reason we will not re-home her were there are young children in the home. Any children should be teenagers or she would also be happy in an adult only home. Lily unfortunately does bark a lot in the home especially at any unfamiliar noises or if the postie comes to the door. She is generally a sweet, loving an affectionate girl who needs an experienced Terrier owner who can help her overcome her training issues.

Please think carefully before applying for Lily and think how any changes in your circumstances may affect your ability to care for her. If you would like to be considered to re-home Lily please click on our website www.dogaidsociety.com and then click on Lily's page then the green register your interest button and this will take you to our application form. Once you have completed and sent the form you will receive an automatic response to your email address that you have supplied. This means we have successfully received your application. Please note that the Society only re-homes within Scotland.
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Rosie at Dog Aid Society of Scotland

A Female Bichon Frise / Cavalier King Charles Cross who is age 16 months old

Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: 60 Blackford Avenue Edinburgh EH9 3ER

Rosie is a beautiful little girl who is looking for a very special home. Rosie suffers from a medical condition that affects her nails. This condition unfortunately is quite rare, and it can affect every dog differently. The condition means that her nails are very brittle and may come away from the nail bed. Rosie has not long been diagnosed with this condition and is currently on various medication to help control it. Her new owners must understand that her condition may flare up at any time and may require more frequent vet trips.

Rosie is a sweet little girl who has lots of love to give. She is quite a timid girl and is looking for a nice quiet home. Rosie would love a new home where they will have the patience to help her settle into a new routine and to help build her confidence. Rosie is very friendly with people however can be anxious around young children therefore we will not re-home her where any children are younger than teenagers. Rosie will play with dogs well, however she may become a little more timid if the dog starts playing a little too rough for her. She would be happy to live with a quieter older dog who can help her to build her confidence.

Rosie does suffer from separation anxiety when left, however she is not destructive in any way when alone. She may bark if she hears loud unfamiliar noises outside. She would benefit from having company during the day, however she will need further training to help gradually build her up to being left for short periods of time. Rosie is housetrained and would like access to her own secure garden. Her own garden will be needed for when her nails are having a flare up as she may need restricted exercise. Rosie walks well in her harness and enjoys going for her daily walks especially if it is a woodland walk. She is good off lead and will come back when called. Rosie travels well in the car.

Rosie is a fun little dog who enjoys playing with her squeaky toys. She is a bouncy happy girl who loves lots of attention and cuddles. Rosie will sit for a biscuit. She will make a wonderful companion for an understanding and patient owner.

Please think carefully before applying for Rosie and think how any changes in your circumstances may affect your ability to care for her. If you would like to be considered to re-home Rosie please go to our website www.dogaidsociety.com and then go to Rosie's page then click on the green register your interest button and this will take you to our application form. Once you have completed and sent the form you will receive an automatic response to your email address that you have supplied. This means we have successfully received your application. Please note that the Society only re-homes within Scotland.

Medical Needs: FOOD AND VETERINARY TREATMENT FUND This fund allows the Society to cover costs of pre-existing conditions once a dog has been re-homed. This means we will cover costs for vet treatment if the dog has a condition before it comes to stay with you. In this case we will covers costs relating to Rosie’s (conditions) within reason. Rosie suffers from a condition called Symmetrical Lupoid Onychodystrophy. Symmetrical lupoid onychodystrophy is an immune-mediated skin disease of the claw of dogs characterised by separation and sloughing of the dogs nails from the nail beds and ultimately affecting all nails. Here are a couple of websites for more information – http://www.nevetdermatology.com/symmetric-lupoid-onychodystrophy-in-dogs http://www.optimumchoices.com/SLO.htm PLEASE RESEARCH THE CONDITION BEFORE YOU APPLY FOR ROSIE. IF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE INFORMATION OR HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE IN CONTACTING THE OFFICE.

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Kaya at Dog Aid Society of Scotland

A Female Terrier Cross who is age 8 years old

Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: 60 Blackford Avenue Edinburgh EH9 3ER

Kaya is a sweet little small to medium sized crossbreed. Kaya is looking for a new home through no fault of her own.

Don’t be fooled by her age, she is still a very active girl. Kaya’s favourite walks are going into the countryside up the hills where she can be off lead and run around and play. She is very well behaved on her walks. Kaya when at home loves cuddling on the sofa especially when she is getting rubbed in her favourite spot under her neck. When Kaya is outside she is a bit more timid when getting petted. Kaya is very smart and eager to please. She would love to continue to learn new tricks in her new home especially if there is cheese involved! She will always greet you with a waggy tail and in a happy playful manner. She gets very excited when people come to the house for a visit. She may jump up at visitors but does quickly settle.

Kaya is generally ok with other dogs. Off the lead she will approach them slowly and sometimes her hackles may be up. Once she has had a sniff of the dog she is the happy to be around them. If Kaya is on the lead she will bark at other dogs however if you ask her to stay at heel she will continue to walk on. Kaya is looking to be the only pet in the house. Kaya does suffer slight separation anxiety however she is ok to be left for short periods of a time. With further training and positive steps to building up her confidence she can be left for a couple of hours at a time. She is not destructive in any way when left. Kaya is fine to travel in the car however when the car stops at lights or due to traffic she may start whinging until the car moves again. She walks well on the lead and has a very good recall when off lead.

Kaya is looking for an active home where she can go for lovely walks. She is used to having company for the best part of the day. Kaya is a little darling and will make a wonderful addition to the family. Can you offer her a space on your sofa?

Please think carefully before applying for Kaya and think how any changes in your circumstances may affect your ability to care for her. If you would like to be considered to re-home Kaya please click on our website www.dogaidsociety.com and click on Kaya's page then on the green register your interest button and this will take you to our application form. Once you have completed and sent the form you will receive an automatic response to your email address that you have supplied. This means we have successfully received your application. Please note that the Society only re-homes within Scotland.

Medical Needs: The Dog Aid Society’s Old Dog Scheme covers dogs re-homed at 8 years old or above. This means that the Society will cover costs for veterinary care for the dog for the remainder of their life within reason. We do not cover costs for routine treatments such as vaccinations, worming and flea treatment. If the dog requires special dietary food we will contribute 50% of the cost. This will alleviate the worry of the financial implications taking an older dog into your home. Older dogs make great pets! Why not consider an older dog?

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Poppy at Dog Aid Society of Scotland

A Female Bichon Frise who is age 7 years old

Not Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: 60 Blackford Avenue Edinburgh EH9 3ER

Poppy is an adorable 7 year old who is looking for her forever home through no fault of her own. She is a sweet little girl who will make a wonderful companion. Poppy is used to a quiet home where she has had company during the day. Poppy enjoys going out for her daily walks especially if it is somewhere she can have a good sniff around. She walks well on the lead however she isn’t great off lead. She will need further training before she is let off a lead. Poppy will just walk along next to you. If she sees another dog in the distance she can get a little bit wary of them and would rather not interact with them. As Poppy has not lived with another dog and is wary of them we are looking for Poppy to be the only dog in the home. Poppy is ok to be left for short periods at a time. She is not destructive in any way when she is left. Poppy can be a little bit drooly when she is travelling in the car. Short and positive journeys can help to build her confidence in the car.

Poppy is very affectionate and enjoys being made a fuss off. She likes being brushed and will require regular visits to the groomers to make sure her coat doesn’t matt and to get her trimmed. Poppy is great in the house, her favourite activity is looking out the window and sleeping on the sofa. She will run around the garden quite happily playing with her toys or if it is sunny she will sunbathe. There is not anything that we can really fault Poppy for as she is such a good little dog.

She is very loving and sweet and will make a wonderful companion. We are looking for a quiet home for Poppy where there are no children living in the home. She would love her own secure garden and most of all to have company during the day. Poppy is a a great little girl who is looking for a warm spot on the sofa to call her own. Can you offer her a forever home?

Please think carefully before applying for Poppy and think how any changes in your circumstances may affect your ability to care for her. If you would like to be considered to re-home Poppy please click on our website www.dogaidsociety.com and go to Poppy's page then click on the green register your interest button and this will take you to our application form. Once you have completed and sent the form you will receive an automatic response to your email address that you have supplied. This means we have successfully received your application. Please note that the Society only re-homes within Scotland.

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Charlie at Dog Aid Society of Scotland

A Female Border Collie Cross who is age 2 and a half years

Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: 60 Blackford Avenue Edinburgh EH9 3ER

Charlie is a beautiful looking girl who is looking for a new home where her owners have Border Collie experience. She is a sweet natured dog who has lots of love to give. Charlie will make a wonderful companion and friend. Charlie is friendly towards adults and children however can sometimes be a bit timid with strangers. As Charlie has never lived with younger children we are looking for a home where any children are teenagers. She would also be happy in an adult only home.

Charlie is good with other dogs and will happily interact with them when she is out on a walk. She has previously lived with a cat and 2 dogs and we would re-home Charlie where there is a friendly dog or a dog savvy cat in the home. Charlie is ok to be left for short periods at a time however can be a little nervous when left. Ideally she will need a patient owner who can help build her confidence up when being left. She does not chew or is not destructive when she is left. Charlie travels well in the car and will happily jump into the car herself. When walking on a lead Charlie does pull slightly however it is mainly because she is so excited to go for a walk. Further training can help this. Off lead, Charlie is very good and has a great recall.

Charlie is always happy to meet visitors when they come to the house especially if there are treats involved, she gets very excited will always greet them with lots of love. Charlie is a fun and playful dog who is always eager to please. She is a very quick learner and will enjoy continuing to learn new things and tricks in her home. As Charlie is an active dog she would maybe suit doing a fun activity such as being a running buddy or maybe agility. She loves being off lead running around on her walks.

Charlie is looking for an experienced Border Collie home who can help bring her on and build her confidence up. She is a lovely girl who is looking for an active home where she will go for nice daily walks. She would benefit from continuing with some training in her new home.

As Charlie is not neutered, the Society will pay for this to be done at the local vet once the dog is settled (if you live in the Edinburgh/Lothian area we ask if this can be done at ICR Veterinary Surgeons, Loanhead). This is part of the Society’s re-homing policy and promotes responsible dog ownership.

Please think carefully before applying for Charlie and think how any changes in your circumstances may affect your ability to care for her. If you would like to be considered to re-home Charlie please click on our website www.dogaidsociety.com and then click on Charlie's page then the green register your interest button and this will take you to our application form. Once you have completed and sent the form you will receive an automatic response to your email address that you have supplied. This means we have successfully received your application. Please note that the Society only re-homes within Scotland.
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Hunter at Dog Aid Society of Scotland

A Male German Spitz Klein who is age 5 years old

Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets Not Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: 60 Blackford Avenue Edinburgh EH9 3ER

Hunter is a German Spitz Klein, which is the smallest of the German Spitz. Don’t be fooled by his small size he is lively, active and full of life! Hunter is a great little dog who is looking for a new home where his owners are used to dealing with small cheeky dogs. Hunter has a skin condition which is worse in the summer months. He does require regular baths in medicated shampoo and daily grooming. He isn’t keen on getting his ears brushed but will tolerate it to get any tangles out. The Society will cover the cost of any treatment regarding his skin condition.

Hunter is a friendly chap however he generally doesn’t acknowledge people when he is out on a walk. When visitors come to the house he will bark at them until he gets some attention. He is great with older children and will happily interact with them however he is very reluctant to be around babies, toddlers and younger children. For this reason he is looking for a home where any children are teenagers. Hunter is not keen on other dogs and prefers if they kept their distance from him. He gets very worried if a dog confronts him. Positive training can help Hunter become more manageable around other dogs.

Hunter is happy to be left alone for a couple of hours at a time and will usually go to sleep. he is not destructive when left and his current owner usually leaves the tv on for company for him. Hunter can be nervous when travelling however with short and positive journeys this can help to build his confidence. Hunter will pull when walking so he wears a little harness. He is good off lead however if there is a bird or other distractions his recall isn’t always 100%.

Hunter loves attention and sitting on your lap. He enjoys running around playing with his toys especially likes a game of fetch. He is a clever little boy and can sit, lie down, paw, wait, leave and kiss. He gets very excited if you say “What’s mum got” as he knows he is due to get a treat. His nickname is Hunty which he also will respond to. Hunter loves sunbathing in the garden and would love his own secure garden to call his own. Hunter is looking to having company for the best part of the day as this is what he is currently used to. Can you offer Hunter a warm lap to sit on?

Please think carefully before applying for Hunter and think how any changes in your circumstances may affect your ability to care for him. If you would like to be considered to re-home Hunter please click on our website www.dogaidsociety.com and click on Hunter's page then the green register your interest button and this will take you to our application form. Once you have completed and sent the form you will receive an automatic response to your email address that you have supplied. This means we have successfully received your application. Please note that the Society only re-homes within Scotland.

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Rhia at Dog Aid Society of Scotland

A Female Labrador / Pointer Cross who is age 2 years

Good With Children Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: 60 Blackford Avenue Edinburgh EH9 3ER

Rhia is a beautiful girl who has bundles of energy. She enjoys going for lots of nice walks where she can get off lead and have a good run around. Rhia can be nervous of some dogs and will lay down on the ground. If they are friendly she may end up deciding she wants to play with them. Rhia has in the past suffered from separation anxiety when left and would howl. She is ok now to be left for a couple of hours at a time however in her new home she will need to be gradually built up to being left as she may develop separation anxiety if left too long too quickly. Rhia is looking for a new home where her new owners are around for the majority of the day. Pointers are known to be a velcro dog and really enjoy being with human company.

Rhia is a very affectionate dog and enjoys cuddles. She even tries to climb up on your knee for a cuddle. She thinks she is a lap dog which is typical of a Pointer! She likes to nibble your fingers gently when you are playing with her, she never bites hard when doing this. She loves her grub and will do anything for a biscuit. She is very clever and will need plenty of mentally stimulation to help prevent her getting bored. Rhia is always eager to please and would enjoy doing an activity in her new home. She would love to continue with her training to help bring her on and build her confidence up.

Rhia can be nervous of strangers and will bark or growl at them, more so of men and ideally is best to be introduced to them outside on neutral ground. If there are treats involved she is more likely to settle quicker. Rhia has never been around small children before but will happily play with older children. She has never lived with children before therefore we are looking for an adult only home for her. Rhia is great in the car and will happily jump into the car. She does pull when walking on a lead however with further training this can be helped. Usually Rhia has a great recall however she can get easily distracted if there is a lovely smell for her to follow.

All in all Rhia is a fantastic dog and would suit an active adult only home. Ideally her new owners will have Gundog experience. She would love access to her own secure garden to play in and would love a big snuggly sofa to call her own!

Please think carefully before applying for Rhia and think how any changes in your circumstances may affect your ability to care for her. If you would like to be considered to re-home Rhia please click on our website www.dogaidsociety.com and go to Rhia's page the click on the green register your interest button and this will take you to our application form. Once you have completed and sent the form you will receive an automatic response to your email address that you have supplied. This means we have successfully received your application. Please note that the Society only re-homes within Scotland.
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The New Arc
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Underheugh Ark Rescue
(visit their website)

West Scotland Retired Greyhound Trust
(visit their website)