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Tux * Reseved * at Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home

A Male Domestic Short Hair who is age 3Yrs (approx.)

Good With Children

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Shelter Location: 26 Seafield Road East Edinburgh Midlothian EH15 1EH

Age

3 Yrs
(approx.)

Breed

Domestic Short Hair

Sex

m

Size

medium

Living with children

I can live with children

Ideal home location

A home with a garden

Meet Tux

Tux is a shy boy but he quickly comes around, and when he gets to know you he is very affectionate and loving. He loves attention and if he thinks you’re not giving him enough he will meow at you until he gets the fussing that he wants. He likes playing with toys and is always happy to curl up in a comfy bed. Tux would like a home with direct access to a garden so he can go outside to explore and play. He may suit living with a children aged 8 or more.

How To Rehome

To rehome Tux, please read more about our rehoming process.

Tux Adoption Form

Romeo Romeo Romeo

Romeo at Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home

A Male Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is age 2 Yrs 7 Mnths (approx.)

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Shelter Location: 26 Seafield Road East Edinburgh Midlothian EH15 1EH

Age

2 Yrs
7 Mnths
(approx.)

Breed

Staffie

Sex

m

Size

medium

Ideal home location

A quiet home, An experienced owner, Away from the city centre

Meet Romeo

Romeo is looking for an experienced owner who has had an anxious dog in the past and can commit to helping him reach his full potential. He would suit an adult only home where he will have company for most of the day. He would like to have his own private and secure garden, and needs a main door home so he doesn’t have to pass neighbours to get inside. He needs to be the only pet in his new home.

Romeo is a very nervous boy who can find life a bit overwhelming at times. He would love to find an understanding and patient owner who can help him manage his insecurities. He will need several visits to get to know his new owner, and is likely to take time to settle in and be comfortable in his new home. Romeo is currently being fostered by his kennel mum to stop him getting too stressed in the kennels. He travels well in the car and is well behaved when at home. He is very friendly with the people that he knows and can be very affectionate when he wants to be. He is an energetic boy who loves running around and playing with his toys, and he enjoys going for quiet walks. He needs to live away from the city or other busy area, where there are quiet areas he can go for exercise. Romeo enjoys his training sessions and may benefit from working with a professional trainer or behaviourist.

How To Rehome

To rehome Romeo, please read more about our rehoming process.

Romeo Adoption Form

Nelson Nelson Nelson

Nelson at Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home

A Male Jack Russell Terrier/Spaniel

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Shelter Location: 26 Seafield Road East Edinburgh Midlothian EH15 1EH

Breed

JRT/Spaniel

Sex

m

Size

small

Ideal home location

A home with a garden, An active owner, An experienced owner, Away from the city centre

Meet Nelson

Nelson is looking for an experienced dog owner who has dealt with resource guarding issues in the past. He needs an adult only home where there will be no visiting children, and where he will be the only pet. He would like a home with direct access into a secure and private garden, in a quiet area away from the city centre.

Nelson is a happy wee boy who loves to have fun. He likes playing with his toys, whether that’s chasing after a ball, throwing around a squeaky toy, or keeping himself amused with a tasty filled Kong. He has lots of energy so likes to keep active and might even like to run with his new owner or go hill walking. He is an affectionate boy but he does need a bit of space at times, and he enjoys learning and loves enrichment. Nelson does have resource guarding issues, so needs an understanding owner who will commit to working with a professional to manage this. He can be reactive around other dogs, but has been working on this and is now happy to wear a muzzle and is more likely to take a treat than react badly. Nelson has a lot of potential and is sure to be a very rewarding pet for the right owner.

How To Rehome

To rehome Nelson, please read more about our rehoming process.

Nelson Adoption Form

Fred Fred Fred

Fred at Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home

A Male Lurcher who is age 3 Yrs 2 Mnths (approx.)

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Shelter Location: 26 Seafield Road East Edinburgh Midlothian EH15 1EH

Age

3 Yrs
2 Mnths
(approx.)

Breed

Lurcher

Sex

m

Size

large

Living with teenagers

I can live with teenagers

Ideal home location

A home with a garden, An active owner, An experienced owner

Meet Fred

Fred is looking for an experienced owner who is willing to carry on with his training and dog socialisation. He may suit living with children aged 14 or more, and would like to be the only pet in his new home. He needs a home with a private garden.

Fred is a lovely boy who has bags of potential. He loves people and is very affectionate and loving, so he does enjoy being around people and would prefer an owner who can spend most of the day with him. He is a very energetic boy so he enjoys having a good run to burn off his excess energy. He is very bouncy and excitable, and can be a bit of a handful, so he will need to work on his training with his new owners. He gets on with some other dogs but can be very vocal when he sees them, so needs to work on this too. Fred is lots of fun to have around and is sure to be a fun addition to his new home.

How To Rehome

To rehome Fred, please read more about our rehoming process.

Fred Adoption Form

Ernie Ernie Ernie

Ernie * Reserved * at Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home

A Male American Bulldog cross who is age 8 Mnths (approx.)

Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: 26 Seafield Road East Edinburgh Midlothian EH15 1EH

Age

8 Mnths
(approx.)

Breed

American Bulldog cross

Sex

m

Size

large

Living with dogs

I can live with other dogs

Living with teenagers

I can live with teenagers

Ideal home location

A home with a garden, An experienced owner

Meet Ernie

Ernie has several matched applications so we are unable to process any new interest for him.

How To Rehome

To rehome Ernie, please read more about our rehoming process.

Ernie Adoption Form

Hugo Hugo Hugo

Hugo at Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home

A Male Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is age 1 Yrs (approx.)

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Shelter Location: 26 Seafield Road East Edinburgh Midlothian EH15 1EH

Age

1 Yrs
(approx.)

Breed

Staffie

Sex

m

Size

medium

Ideal home location

A home with a garden, An active owner, An experienced owner

Meet Hugo

Hugo is looking for an experienced owner who is committed to continuing his training. He needs an adult only home which has direct access into a secure and private garden. He needs to be the only pet and would like an owner who has the time to keep him company.

Hugo is a very happy and friendly young boy who loves everyone he meets. He is very playful, and although he loves all toys, his favourite is a tennis ball which he would happily chase all day if he had the opportunity. He is a very energetic lad who will need to get lots of exercise to keep him happy, and would enjoy going running or hillwalking with his new owner. Mental stimulation will be important for him too, as this will help to keep him busy and tire him out. He is a very bouncy and boisterous boy who gets easily overexcited, so he will need to continue his training with his new owners and may benefit by working with a professional trainer.

How To Rehome

To rehome Hugo, please read more about our rehoming process.

Hugo Adoption Form

Seb Seb Seb

Seb at Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home

A Male Cross Terrier who is age 5 Yrs 8 Mnths (approx.)

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Shelter Location: 26 Seafield Road East Edinburgh Midlothian EH15 1EH

Age

5 Yrs
8 Mnths
(approx.)

Breed

Cross Terrier

Sex

m

Size

medium

Ideal home location

A quiet home, An experienced owner

Meet Seb

Seb is looking for an experienced owner who is prepared to continue with his training and work through behavioural issues. He needs an adult only home where he won’t have children visiting, and he would like to be the only pet in his new home.

Seb is an excitable and playful boy who loves having fun with his toys. He can be wary around new people so may need a few visits to get to know his new owners. He is very friendly with people that he knows, and when he’s in the mood he loves a cuddle, but this has to be on his terms. He has made a few doggy friends while staying with us but prefers to meet them on a walk and likes his own space when he’s at home. He loves his food and always enjoys his training sessions because he knows he gets tasty treat rewards. He enjoys walking and loves visits to the beach. Seb does guard his belongings so needs a committed owner who is prepared to continue working on this, and understand that he will take some time to time to settle into a new home.

How To Rehome

To rehome Seb, please read more about our rehoming process.

Seb Adoption Form

Biscuit Biscuit Biscuit

Biscuit at Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home

A Female Cross Collie/Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is age 3 Yrs (approx.)

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Shelter Location: 26 Seafield Road East Edinburgh Midlothian EH15 1EH

Age

3 Yrs
(approx.)

Breed

Cross Collie/Staffie

Sex

f

Size

medium

Ideal home location

A home with a garden, An active owner, An experienced owner, Away from the city centre

Meet Biscuit

Biscuit is a nervous girl who is wary of strangers and needs a owner who will be prepared to visit her a few times so she can get to know them. She is looking for an owner with experience of resource guarding, who preferably has had a nervous dog in the past. She needs a adult only home, with no visiting children under the age of 16, where she will be the only pet.

Biscuit is a super high energy girl who is very independent and prefers to have her own space to play with her toys, rather than have attention. She is ball obsessed and loves collecting toys from our paddock and bringing them back to her kennel so she can continue to play with them there. She can seem aloof at times and really doesn’t like a lot of fussing unless she has initiated the contact, and this is usually limited to the people that she trusts the most. When she has settled into her new home and gained confidence, Biscuit may like to do an activity like Canicross or Flyball to keep her mind and body active. She would prefer a home with a private garden so she can play outside, and will enjoy visits to the local park for a good sniff around or to a freedom field so she can enjoy running off some of her energy.

How To Rehome

To rehome Biscuit, please read more about our rehoming process.

Biscuit Adoption Form

Jack Jack Jack

Jack at Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home

A Male Short Haired Domestic who is age 2 Yrs 1 Mnths (approx.)

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Shelter Location: 26 Seafield Road East Edinburgh Midlothian EH15 1EH

Age

2 Yrs
1 Mnths
(approx.)

Breed

Short Haired Domestic

Sex

m

Size

small

Living with teenagers

I can live with teenagers

Ideal home location

A home with a garden, A quiet home

Meet Jack

Jack is looking for a home where he can be the only pet and will need an owner who will be around to keep him company for some of the day. He may suit living with cat savvy high school aged children, and would benefit by having an owner who has experience with nervous cats.

Jack is a sweet and quiet natured boy who can be shy and nervous at times. He loves his food though and can be tempted to make new friends with some tasty treats. He enjoys being made a fuss of by people that he knows and would love to find an understanding owner who can help him gain some confidence. He would like a home with a quiet and secure garden so he can explore when he feels brave enough.

How To Rehome

To rehome Jack, please read more about our rehoming process.

Jack Adoption Form

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Any Dog'il Do Rescue
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Beloved Rabbits
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Borders Pet Rescue
(visit their website)

Boxer Welfare Scotland
(visit their website)

British Hen Welfare Trust
(visit their website)

Canine Rescue Scotland
(visit their website)

Dog Aid Society of Scotland
(visit their website)

Dogs Trust - Glasgow
(visit their website)

Dogs Trust - West Calder
(visit their website)

Doodle Trust
(visit their website)

Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre
(visit their website)

Edinburgh Cat Protection League
(visit their website)

Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home
(visit their website)

Fife Rottweiler Rescue
(visit their website)

German Shepherd Rescue Scotland
(visit their website)

Greyhound Awareness League
(visit their website)

Greyhound Rescue Fife
(visit their website)

KWK9 Rescue
(visit their website)

Labrador Retriever Rescue Scotland
(visit their website)

PADS - Perthshire Abandoned Dogs Society
(visit their website)

Paws2Rescue
(visit their website)

Pet Fostering Service Scotland
(visit their website)

Phoenix French Bulldog Rescue
(visit their website)

Saints Sled Dog Rescue
(visit their website)

Save A Staffie Scotland
(visit their website)

Scottish Greyhound Sanctuary
(visit their website)

Scottish Staffordshire Bull Terrier Rescue
(visit their website)

Second Chance Kennels
(visit their website)

Second Chances German Shepherd Rescue
(visit their website)

Staffie Smiles Rescue
(visit their website)

Staffordshire Rescue Scotland
(visit their website)

Sunny Harbour Cat & Kitten Rescue
(visit their website)

The New Arc
(visit their website)

Underheugh Ark Rescue
(visit their website)

West Scotland Retired Greyhound Trust
(visit their website)