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Gentle soul.

This is the incredibly sweet Bramble. She can be very shy when meeting new people so she is looking for a very calm, patient and kind owner. She enjoys a walk and the company of her dog friends. She is a quiet girl who needs a little help building her confidence.

History

Bramble came to is as a failed worker so now she is hoping to enjoy a life as a loved pet instead.

Re-homing Criteria

Bramble is very shy and quiet. She is looking for a home with other dogs as she enjoys their company. We are looking for an active family who have the time and patience to help Bramble relax and settle. She would greatly benefit from a secure outside space.

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An energetic, happy boy who adores cuddles!

This is the gorgeous Max! He is a very sweet boy who is on the hunt for an adventure buddy. Max loves being on the go and he has bags of energy. Runing around in the paddock and getting lots of cuddles are his favourite pass times. He has lived with children in the past and seems relaxed around other dogs, he has also been housetrained in his previous home. Max doesn't get on well with cats.

History

Max is looking for a new home due to a change of circumstance fpr his previous owners.

Re-homing Criteria

This boy is looking for an active family who have time to dedicate to further training. He needs a secure garden as his recall still needs work. He could live with another dog but we are looking for a cat free home.

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Golden oldie looking for a five star retirement home with her best bud, TJ.

Suzie is a very sweet old lady. She can be a little shy around new people but it doesn't take her long to come out of her shell. SHe has lots of energy and enjoys a nice walk with TJ and her human friends.

Suzie likes being in the car and has been housetrained in her previous home. She has been around children before and liked their company but we are unsure how she would be with cats.

History

Suzie and her friend TJ came in for rehoming as their owner's health meant they were no langer able to care for them.

Re-homing Criteria

Suzie is slightly over weight and has been working hard on shifting a few pounds! She needs a new owner who understands the importance of supporting her in a new healthy lifestyle. She is looking for a home who can take her and her friend TJ. Someone who has the time for walks and lots of cuddles would be ideal as she loves company.

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A real sweetheart!

Little TJ is just the sweetest guy around! He is a gentle soul with a lot of love to give. TJ is looking for a home with his best friend, Suzie. This pair came in togehter and since they are so bonded we wouldn't want to split them up.

TJ has been around children and enjoyed their company but we dont know how he would react to cats.

He likes being in the car and has been houstrained in his previous home.

History

TJ came in to us with his friend Suzie as his previous owner's health meant they could no longer care for him.

Re-homing Criteria

TJ is looking for a home that can give him all the love and attention he deserves. He needs someone who can also take on his best friend Suzie as he would love to stay with her.

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Our wonderful Kodi !

Kodi is an absolutely amazing boy who becomes a favourite cuddle buddy of anyone who he meets!

History

Kodi has come to us through no fault of his own

Re-homing Criteria

Kodi is the most sweetest loving boy who is looking for a family to love him as much as we all do at the centre.  Kodi loves his walks and enjoys to play with his toys , he loves running around our paddock chasing after a ball , he also loves just relaxing beside you having cuddles!

We would be looking for a home with a fully secure garden so he has a safe space to play and potter about , someone who is home most of the day or possibly works part time. We do not know Kodi's background with children so we would only consider homes with children of 8yrs +. We believe Kodi to have previously lived with cats, but he would prefer to be the only dog in the household.  This wonderful lad would love to join you on many a walk and also lounging on the couch watching the evening soaps !

Do you have a Kodi shaped space in your heart ?






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little Lewi is small but mighty!

This little cutie has a real zest for life! He hasn't been with us long and we have no information on his history but so far he has been great meeting all the staff and volunteers. Lewi is a very friendly guy with bags of energy and loves a good long walk.

History

Lewi came to us as a stray so we have no information on his history.

Re-homing Criteria

This little guy would love a home where he has plenty company and a secure garden to run around in.

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The life and soul of the party!

Ozzy is a big guy with a big personality! He is very loving and adores a fuss. He is around 52kg and can be strong on the lead ocassionally so will need someone who can handle him and who is happy to continue training. In his previous home he was happy around older children but wasn't keen on younger kids so we will be looking for a home with no children under the age of 10 years.

This clever boy was housetrained in his previous home and he is happy to be left for short periods on his own.

History

Ozzy came to us looking for help finding a fresh start due to a relationship breakup in his previous home.

Re-homing Criteria

This lovely lad will need a secure garden and a owner who is happy to continue his training. He is a strong lad so will need someone who can handle his strength when out and about.

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Radient Ron!

Our lovely little Ron is a busy lad who just adores people !

History

Ron originally came to us after being removed from his previous home by authorities due to unsuitable living conditions, while he was rehomed sadly this did not work out and he has been returned to us.

Re-homing Criteria

This amazing little lad is just the happiest of the bunch, he loves nothing more than being out and about with people. He walks well on a lead and is happy to be with other dogs. After introductions at the centre , Ron would happily live with a well established dog in the house. We do not know his background on how he would be with cats in a house. We are looking for an active family for Ron , who will enjoy many walks in all weathers! Ron will need a fully secure garden with fencing of 5ft + so he can safely play outside.  He travels well in the car and would happily be your companion on many a road trip! We would consider homes with children 12yrs+ .We would be looking for a home with people who are around most of the time , possibly working part time. An active family who are looking for a full of life character to join them on their adventures. Ron is not a once around the block sort of dog and needs to have plenty of both physical and mental stimulation. Sadly Ron has not had the best starts in life and has spent the vast majority of his early life in kennels, so he will need a patient and understanding home who are willing  to give him the time he needs to learn to be part of a family.

Could you be the family Ron is longingly looking for ?

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A very loving old chap on the hunt for a 5 star home.

Rosko is such a lovely boy!

He has lived with other dogs in the past and has a very sweet nature. He loves noting more than a nice walk with his human friends followed by a cuddle on the couch. He hasn't been with us long but he has quickly became a firm favourite between our staff and volunteers.

We are unsure on how he would react to cats.

History

This gorgeous boy is looking for a fresh start due to his previous owners health issues meaning they were no longer able to look after him.

Re-homing Criteria

Rosko is a gentle soul who really donesn't enjoy being on his own so he is looking for a home with plenty company. He would love a secure garden to potter about in and couch to call his own.

Rosko is on medication due to having cushions however help with the costs of this could be made available to potential adopters.

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Typical terrier with a lot of personality!

Lance is a clever boy that enjoys interacting with the staff and volunteers. He is a typical terrier with a lot of character and would be best suited to a home where he would be the only pet. Lance would be happier in a home where there would be no young children.

History

Lance was sadly returned to us due to his owner struggling to cope with his terrier antics!

Re-homing Criteria

Lance is looking for new owners who have previously owned a typical Jack Russell or a similar breed and are used to their personalities. He can be reactive towards other dogs when out walking and would need someone to continue his training with this. We would be looking for a completely secure garden so that he can benefit from some safe off lead fun. Lance would be best in a rural setting . We will not rehome Lance with cats or another dog, we would also not consider homes with young children around.  Lance is quite a chunky lad at the moment so we would need his new home to be happy to keep up his new feeding and exercise regime while he works on getting back his figure! We are looking for an active home, as much as Lance is happy snuggled on the couch beside you, he also loves being out and about !

Lance is a lovely boy who is just full of Jack Russell Fun and would make a great addition to the home of an avid terrier fan!

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Wednesday by name but not by nature!

This lovely lady is Wednesday, she is the sweetest girl who just adores people! Wednesday has shared with a dog at the centre and has lived with a female dog in her previous home, though after a while both girls were starting to try and figure out who was going to be the boss in the home. We would consider rehoming her with an already established male dog in the house after careful introductions at  the centre. However, due to her breed, we are looking for a cat-free home!  Wednesday is such a calm and laid back girl, though does enjoy some mad zoomies so we would be looking at homes with older children purely down to her exuberant playing !

History

Wednesday was sadly returned to us due to her and the resident dog starting to squabble.

Re-homing Criteria

Wednesday is on the hunt for a 5-star home!  A fully secure garden with 6 foot fencing so she can enjoy her zoomies in safety! We can consider homes with older children and possibly a well established male dog in the house. Wednesday loves her home comforts and will happily snuggle up with you on the couch , or stretch out in front of the fire after a day of adventures ! Wednesday is an absolutely fantastic dog, she walks well on the lead, loves the company of people and other dogs and is an absolute joy to have around, she will make her new family very happy!

Could you be the happy ending Wednesday deserves ?

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Charming old Gentleman!

Cheeko is a lovely gent, who hasnt had the most stable of lives in the past and now would just love to find a home to spend his twilight years. Somewhere with a comfy sofa and a secure garden that he can potter around in would suit him down to the ground. Cheeko keeps his kennel spotless clean and absolutly loves his bed. We do not know what he is like with cats and he would prefer to be the only dog in the household.

History

Cheeko was originally rehomed from DGCRC but returned to us due to a change of circumstances

Re-homing Criteria

Cheeko is a handsome, laid back older gentleman who is looking for a comfy sofa to rest on! He absolutly loves his bed and would rather stay snuggled under the covers that be out walking in the winter weather, but he does love to just potter about so a secure garden is a must for this boy, fencing of 5ft +. Cheeko would like a home where someone would be around most of the time as he really does enjoy the company of people. Cheeko has not been used to children, and would prefer not to live in a busy house with young kids, but could possibly live with dog savvy kids of 12yrs+. Cheeko is happy to pass dogs in the street, but would need to be the only dog in the household.

This man really does have so much love to give,  do you think you could offer Cheeko the retirement home he deserves ?

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Our gorgeous Charlotte

This girl came to us back in July 2023 as one of the famous Moffat strays.

Charlotte can be a little shy when meeting new people but she really doesn't take long to come out of her shell once she feels comfortable around you. She is a bouncy, happy girl with energy for days and loves nothing more than hanging out with her human friends and running around the paddock with her fellow Moffat dogs.

A lot of work has gone into these dogs and now they have been given a second chance at life.

Due to Charlotte’s extremely under socialised background we will be looking for very specific homes, any applications received will be strongly vetted for suitability. Potential homes will need to have experience of under-socialised dogs, preferably large breeds, have a large fully enclosed garden with solid fencing of 6ft +.

Any potential homes will need to be extremely patient and understanding with their training going forward.

History

Charlotte came to us an an unclaimed stray.

Re-homing Criteria

Any potential adopters of these dogs must be prepared to regularly visit the centre multiple times a week to develop a bond , this is a must and non-negotiable, so please keep this in mind when applying especially if you are not local to the centre.

We believe these guys to have only lived in a multi dog, kennel situation with little social interaction from people. They would all benefit from a confident, well socialised, neutered dog in the household of the opposite sex. The improvement in these guys since being with us is nothing short of amazing in such a short time, but there is still a long road ahead and any adopters would need to be extremely patient and understanding going forward with their training, as it is unlikely they would ever be an average pet dog.

We will not be considering homes with children under 18yrs or cats.

A home where someone is around most of the time is important, and we are looking for very quiet homes and locations as they would not cope in a busy environment.

A totally secure garden is essential with solid fencing, not mesh or wire, of at least 6ft as they have all attempted to clear our 7ft fencing around the paddock area.

Each dog has their own separate needs and personality and we will be reading through all applications to see if any would match a specific dogs requirements. When completing the Home-finding Questionnaire, please give as much information as possible on your experience and circumstances. These dogs have come on leaps and bounds since coming to the centre, but any potential adopters will need to understand that leaving us will be a massive set back to their development , but this does need to happen so they can move forward. Adopters need to understand that it will be a long road moving forward, and will not be a easy task, but the reward when they are settled would be second to none!

If you feel you have the right experience, environment, time and patience to give one of our Moffat dogs a home please complete our Home-finding Questionnaire and we will be in touch if we feel you'd be a good match.

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Delightful Dolly!

Dolly is a real sweetheart. She hasn't been here with us very long but so far we have found her to be a very sweet, gentle, happy girl who likes other dogs and walks perfectly on the lead.

She has loved everyone she has met here and has quickly became a firm favourite with the volunteers and staff. She currently shares her kennel with another lurcher and we feel she would be more than happy to live with another dog. As we don't know her history we are unsure if she has any experience around children and due to her breed we would prefer a cat free home.

History

Dolly was an unclaimed stray.

Re-homing Criteria

This lovely lady is looking for a loving home where she can get all the lave an attention she deserves. She would be happy living with another dog. A secure garden would be ideal.

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In need of an experienced, patient owner.

This boy came to us back in July 2023 as one of the famous Moffat strays.

Glen can be very nervous meeting new people so he really needs someone who is patient and happy to start from scratch with him. He has proven to be good with dogs he has been introduced to here at the centre and we feel he would be happier with a doggy companion in his life.

A lot of work has gone into these dogs and now they have been given a second chance at life.

Due to Glen's extremely under socialised background we will be looking for very specific homes, any applications received will be strongly vetted for suitability. Potential homes will need to have experience of under-socialised dogs, preferably large breeds, have a large fully enclosed garden with solid fencing of 6ft +.

Any potential homes will need to be extremely patient and understanding with their training going forward.

History

Glen came to us an an unclaimed stray.

Re-homing Criteria

Any potential adopters of these dogs must be prepared to regularly visit the centre multiple times a week to develop a bond , this is a must and non-negotiable, so please keep this in mind when applying especially if you are not local to the centre.

We believe these guys to have only lived in a multi dog, kennel situation with little social interaction from people. They would all benefit from a confident, well socialised, neutered dog in the household of the opposite sex. The improvement in these guys since being with us is nothing short of amazing in such a short time, but there is still a long road ahead and any adopters would need to be extremely patient and understanding going forward with their training, as it is unlikely they would ever be an average pet dog.

We will not be considering homes with children under 18yrs or cats.

A home where someone is around most of the time is important, and we are looking for very quiet homes and locations as they would not cope in a busy environment.

A totally secure garden is essential with solid fencing, not mesh or wire, of at least 6ft as they have all attempted to clear our 7ft fencing around the paddock area.

Each dog has their own separate needs and personality and we will be reading through all applications to see if any would match a specific dogs requirements. When completing the Home-finding Questionnaire, please give as much information as possible on your experience and circumstances. These dogs have come on leaps and bounds since coming to the centre, but any potential adopters will need to understand that leaving us will be a massive set back to their development , but this does need to happen so they can move forward. Adopters need to understand that it will be a long road moving forward, and will not be a easy task, but the reward when they are settled would be second to none!

If you feel you have the right experience, environment, time and patience to give one of our Moffat dogs a home please complete our Home-finding Questionnaire and we will be in touch if we feel you'd be a good match.

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A true gentleman.

This handsome chap is a real gent. He hasn't been with us long but we have found him to be a calm, polite, happy boy who loves everyone he meets. He is currently sharing his kennel with another lurcher and seems happy around dogs in general so we feel he could happily live with another dog. Due to us having no information on his history we are unsure if he would live with cats and we don't know if he has any experience with children.

Kenny walks perfectly on the lead and just adores people.

History

Kenny was an unclaimed stray.

Re-homing Criteria

Kenny is looking for a loving home where he can get all the attention he deserves. We are unsure if he could live with cats and children but we feel he would be more than happy to live with other dogs.

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Marvelous Major !

Major is a stunning young lad who is looking for love !

History

Major came into us as an unclaimed stray

Re-homing Criteria

Major is a loveable rogue who is looking for his special someone. Major has had an unsettling few months,  being passed around various homes finally being abandoned, where he was picked up very skinny and unloved. Since being with us he has gained weight and loves being out with the staff on the many walks around the centre. He is very food orientated and would do most things for a special treat ! Major would need to be an only dog in the household and we would not rehome him with cats.  We would be looking for a home with a large secure garden with fencing of at least 6ft, so he can enjoy his zoomies! We would be looking for a home with children of 15yrs + . Major would love an active household who enjoy long quiet country walks. Major would benefit from having someone home most of the time, he has had such a time of it lately he really just wants the stability of someone around. Major is a very handsome lad who turns heads when he walks by !

Could you be the one to fill Major's heart full of love again?

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A cheeky chap with a heart of gold!

This handsome chap came to us back in July 2023 as one of the famous Moffat strays.

Meadow is a real sweetheart with an occasional cheeky side! He walks great on the lead and really enjoys a run off lead with his fellow Moffat dogs. We have found him to be gentle and calm when meeting new people and feel he is ready for the next step in his journey.

A lot of work has gone into these dogs and now they have been given a second chance at life.

Due to Meadow's extremely under socialised background we will be looking for very specific homes, any applications received will be strongly vetted for suitability. Potential homes will need to have experience of under-socialised dogs, preferably large breeds, have a large fully enclosed garden with solid fencing of 6ft +.

Any potential homes will need to be extremely patient and understanding with their training going forward.

History

Meadow came to us as an unclaimed stray.

Re-homing Criteria

Any potential adopters of Meadow must be prepared to regularly visit the centre multiple times a week to develop a bond , this is a must and non-negotiable , so please keep this in mind when applying especially if you are not local to the centre.

We believe him to have only lived in a multi dog, kennel situation with little social interaction from people. They would all benefit from a confident, well socialised, neutered dog in the household of the opposite sex. The improvement in these guys since being with us is nothing short of amazing in such a short time, but there is still a long road ahead and any adopters would need to be extremely patient and understanding going forward with their training, as it is unlikely they would ever be an average pet dog.

We will not be considering homes with children under 18yrs or cats.

A home where someone is around most of the time is important, and we are looking for very quiet homes and locations as they would not cope in a busy environment.

A totally secure garden is essential with solid fencing, not mesh or wire, of at least 6ft as they have all attempted to clear our 7ft fencing around the paddock area.

Each dog has their own separate needs and personality and we will be reading through all applications to see if any would match a specific dogs requirements. When completing the Homefinding Questionnaire, please give as much information as possible on your experience and circumstances. These dogs have come on leaps and bounds since coming to the centre, but any potential adopters will need to understand that leaving us will be a massive set back to their development , but this does need to happen so they can move forward. Adopters need to understand that it will be a long road moving forward, and will not be a easy task, but the reward when they are settled would be second to none!

If you feel you have the right experience, environment, time and patience to give one of our Moffat dogs a home please complete our Homefinding Questionnaire and we will be in touch if we feel you'd be a good match.

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A bouncy, loving guy with a heart of gold.

This boy came to us back in July 2023 as one of the famous Moffat strays.

Rae certainly has a cheeky side and loves nothing more than a little rough play with his doggy friends. He can be a little reserved when meeting new dogs so if he was to live with another dog in a new home we would need a few meet and greets here at the centre first.

A lot of work has gone into these dogs and now they have been given a second chance at life.

Due to Rae's extremely under socialised background we will be looking for very specific homes, any applications received will be strongly vetted for suitability. Potential homes will need to have experience of under-socialised dogs, preferably large breeds, have a large fully enclosed garden with solid fencing of 6ft +.

Any potential homes will need to be extremely patient and understanding with their training going forward.

History

Rae came to us and an unclaimed stray.

Re-homing Criteria

Any potential adopters of these dogs must be prepared to regularly visit the centre multiple times a week to develop a bond , this is a must and non-negotiable, so please keep this in mind when applying especially if you are not local to the centre.

We believe these guys to have only lived in a multi dog, kennel situation with little social interaction from people. They would all benefit from a confident, well socialised, neutered dog in the household of the opposite sex. The improvement in these guys since being with us is nothing short of amazing in such a short time, but there is still a long road ahead and any adopters would need to be extremely patient and understanding going forward with their training, as it is unlikely they would ever be an average pet dog.

We will not be considering homes with children under 18yrs or cats.

A home where someone is around most of the time is important, and we are looking for very quiet homes and locations as they would not cope in a busy environment.

A totally secure garden is essential with solid fencing, not mesh or wire, of at least 6ft as they have all attempted to clear our 7ft fencing around the paddock area.

Each dog has their own separate needs and personality and we will be reading through all applications to see if any would match a specific dogs requirements. When completing the Home-finding Questionnaire, please give as much information as possible on your experience and circumstances. These dogs have come on leaps and bounds since coming to the centre, but any potential adopters will need to understand that leaving us will be a massive set back to their development , but this does need to happen so they can move forward. Adopters need to understand that it will be a long road moving forward, and will not be a easy task, but the reward when they are settled would be second to none!

If you feel you have the right experience, environment, time and patience to give one of our Moffat dogs a home please complete our Home-finding Questionnaire and we will be in touch if we feel you'd be a good match.

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This girl came to us back in July 2023 as one of the famous Moffat strays.

Toffee can be a little shy when meeting new people but she really doesn't take long to come out of her shell once she feels comfortable around you. She is a bouncy, happy girl with energy for days and loves nothing more than hanging out with her human friends and running around the paddock with her fellow Moffat dogs.

A lot of work has gone into these dogs and now they have been given a second chance at life.

Due to Toffee's extremely under socialised background we will be looking for very specific homes, any applications received will be strongly vetted for suitability. Potential homes will need to have experience of under-socialised dogs, preferably large breeds, have a large fully enclosed garden with solid fencing of 6ft +.

Any potential homes will need to be extremely patient and understanding with their training going forward.

History

Toffee was an unclaimed stray.

Re-homing Criteria

Any potential adopters of these dogs must be prepared to regularly visit the centre multiple times a week to develop a bond , this is a must and non-negotiable, so please keep this in mind when applying especially if you are not local to the centre.

We believe these guys to have only lived in a multi dog, kennel situation with little social interaction from people. They would all benefit from a confident, well socialised, neutered dog in the household of the opposite sex. The improvement in these guys since being with us is nothing short of amazing in such a short time, but there is still a long road ahead and any adopters would need to be extremely patient and understanding going forward with their training, as it is unlikely they would ever be an average pet dog.

We will not be considering homes with children under 18yrs or cats.

A home where someone is around most of the time is important, and we are looking for very quiet homes and locations as they would not cope in a busy environment.

A totally secure garden is essential with solid fencing, not mesh or wire, of at least 6ft as they have all attempted to clear our 7ft fencing around the paddock area.

Each dog has their own separate needs and personality and we will be reading through all applications to see if any would match a specific dogs requirements. When completing the Home-finding Questionnaire, please give as much information as possible on your experience and circumstances. These dogs have come on leaps and bounds since coming to the centre, but any potential adopters will need to understand that leaving us will be a massive set back to their development , but this does need to happen so they can move forward. Adopters need to understand that it will be a long road moving forward, and will not be a easy task, but the reward when they are settled would be second to none!

If you feel you have the right experience, environment, time and patience to give one of our Moffat dogs a home please complete our Home-finding Questionnaire and we will be in touch if we feel you'd be a good match.

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27+ found for rescue