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New dog listed for rescue at the Dogs Trust - West Calder - Tess

New dog listed for rescue at the Dogs Trust - West Calder - Tess

Tess is described as a Border Collie. Likes Tess is a very special dog who needs a very special home. She is amazing, affectionate, fun loving and water daft! Tess has lived in a loving home all of her life and loves to be around people. She is cuddly and adores playing with all sorts of toys. She has the very busy mind of a collie and does need to have something to do to kep her busy mind active. This would be easier if Tess was not was not frightened of things outside, in particular certain loud noises but most of all the sight and sound of any vehicle. She needs her own quiet garden with no noises in the immediate surrounds and definitely no vehicle sounds nearby. She would be ideal to roam a large garden and would love to have water to play in as this is her most favourite thing in the universe! But beware - she does get muddy. Type of home needed Tess can entertain herself if not kept busy and is a wonderful dog for those who are willing to work around her ways. She loves a cuddle, loves to join in looking for things, loves tug and fetch and also having a quiet pet, half on your knee. She does take a long time to trust people fully and can still be worried by fast moving hands and noises if they catch her attention. She would benefit from her own chill out area in the house. More about me If you think you have the right environment then call us for more information. And to re-iterate, she must live in a very quiet home with no traffic nearby, her own garden and an adult only home with no other pets.Tess is a 4 year old collie. To rehome me please click on the \Rehoming me starts here\ button below. Applications will close when Tess has found her forever home. We do everything we can to provide essential care for thousands of stray and abandoned dogs who need us, now more than ever. If you'd like to help us during these challenging times, please make a donation. Your support means so much to us all, thank you.

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New dog listed for rescue at the Dogs Trust - West Calder - Fergus

New dog listed for rescue at the Dogs Trust - West Calder - Fergus

Fergus is described as a Jack Russell Terrier (JRT). Likes Fergus is a 5 year old Jack Russell. To apply to adopt me please click on the \Rehoming Me Starts Here\ button below. Fergus is a cheeky wee chap who likes attention from the people he loves. He can be worried by people he doesnt know and does take time to make friends. He is looking for an adult only home and would like to be the only pet in the house. Fergus will love his owners unconditionally, he will always greet you with the cutest bum wiggle and happy smile. Type of home needed Fergus is looking for experienced owners who have had Terriers before. He would like his own garden where he can spend time off his lead playing or relaxing. Fergus does prefer the quiet life and would need a home with few visitors and a calm environment. More about me Fergus is full of fun, he is super playful and enjoys going for rural walks. Fergus is house trained, happy being left alone for a couple of hours and travels well in the car. Fergus will need a few visits to the centre to build a friendship with him before going to his new home or if you think you could foster him to live in your home whilst he looks for his forever home, please get in touch. We do everything we can to provide essential care for thousands of stray and abandoned dogs who need us, now more than ever. If you'd like to help us during these challenging times, please make a donation. Your support means so much to us all, thank you.

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New dog listed for rescue at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow - Rufus

New dog listed for rescue at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow - Rufus

Rufus is described as a Terrier: Glen Of Imaal. Likes Rufus is a handsome hound looking for his forever family. Having previous terrier experience would be best. Although the Glen of Imaal Terrier is a rare breed, they display some typical terrier traits and Rufus is no exception. He is also quite a large, strong boy considering his short stature. He is active and likes to start his day off with a brisk walk, then enjoys games and enrichment to keep his mind busy. He prefers to have someone around for most of the day but if exercised beforehand, could be left for a couple of hours. Type of home needed Rufus can live with children over the age of 12 years as he had been brought up around children. Despite his size, he is strong and will need an owner able to manage him on walks. He can be selective about his doggy companions and keeping him on lead in public places is essential to keeping him and other dogs safe. Having direct access to his own secure garden with 4ft fence will give him somewhere to enjoy pottering about and playing with his new family. He would like to be the only pet in the home. More about me Rufus can be a little shy when he first meets new people but generally is a friendly and happy boy. He enjoys travelling in the car to go adventuring. His favourite game is fetch and he would love to have someone around to help him settle and give him lots of playtime. He will make a great wee companion in his next home. To apply to adopt Rufus please click on the 'rehoming me starts here' button below. Applications will close when we find a suitable match. We do everything we can to provide essential care for thousands of stray and abandoned dogs who need us, now more than ever. If you'd like to help us during these challenging times, please make a donation. Your support means so much to us all, thank you.

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New dog listed for rescue at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow - Wilko
New dog listed for rescue at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow - Luka

New dog listed for rescue at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow - Luka

Luka is described as a Chow Chow. Likes Luka is a beautiful little bundle of fluff looking for his forever home. He came to us due to ongoing medical needs and we are looking for a committed owner to ensure he receives the care required. Type of home needed Luka is a very laid back lad who likes to relax all stretched out watching the world go by. Once settled he could be left alone for a few hours and is housetrained. He is sociable and although he doesn't come searching for attention, he does enjoy a little bit of fuss. He can walk with doggy friends at the park but would prefer to have his own space at home. He cannot live with cats. Having access to his own garden with 5ft fence is a must and few stairs would be best as he is an older boy. More about me Luka can live with children aged 8 years and over who give give him some space to relax in his new home. He is not a needy dog and is happy having a bit of independence. His favourite thing in the world is food and we are sure he will be getting plenty of treats in his new home as he is such a good boy. To apply to adopt Luka please click on the 'rehoming me starts here' button below. Applications will close when we find a suitable match. We do everything we can to provide essential care for thousands of stray and abandoned dogs who need us, now more than ever. If you'd like to help us during these challenging times, please make a donation. Your support means so much to us all, thank you.

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New dog listed for rescue at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow - Md

New dog listed for rescue at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow - Md

Md is described as a Greyhound. Likes MD came to us after retiring from a life of racing. He is ready to take the slow lane and enjoy a more relaxed pace. He has stayed in one of our foster homes to allow us to get a better understanding of his needs. He is now ready for his forever home. We are looking for someone who has experience of owning dogs before. It would be best for him to live in an adult only home (18 years plus) with no visiting children due to his limited vision, he may get startled easily. Type of home needed MD will need time to adjust to his new environment so a calm and patient family would be best. Having someone around for most of the day is important as he doesn't like to be left alone. He makes a great companion as he enjoys playing but is good at keeping himself entertained with toys, he would happily spend most of the day snuggled up on the sofa by your side or going for leisurely strolls as he walks well on lead. He must be the only pet in the home and this will allow him to soak up all the attention and leave his owner plenty of time to concentrate on any training needs. He is a very affectionate dog once he gets to know you, he builds relationships quickly. More about me MD will need to be kept on lead and muzzled in all public areas due to his racing past so having direct access to his own secure garden with a 6ft fence is a must for him. He will make an excellent addition to the right home. He has lots of love to give and waits patiently on his special someone coming along.MD is partially sighted and will need understanding owners that can help him adjust to his new home and family. To apply click on the 'rehoming me starts here' button below. We do everything we can to provide essential care for thousands of stray and abandoned dogs who need us, now more than ever. If you'd like to help us during these challenging times, please make a donation. Your support means so much to us all, thank you.

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Shelter Charities

Advocates for Rabbit Welfare
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Any Dog'il Do Rescue
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Beloved Rabbits
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Borders Pet Rescue
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Boxer Welfare Scotland
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British Hen Welfare Trust
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Canine Rescue Scotland
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Dog Aid Society of Scotland
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Dogs Trust - Glasgow
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Dogs Trust - West Calder
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Doodle Trust
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Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre
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Edinburgh Cat Protection League
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Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home
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Fife Rottweiler Rescue
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German Shepherd Rescue Scotland
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Greyhound Awareness League
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Greyhound Rescue Fife
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KWK9 Rescue
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Labrador Retriever Rescue Scotland
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PADS - Perthshire Abandoned Dogs Society
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Paws2Rescue
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Pet Fostering Service Scotland
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Phoenix French Bulldog Rescue
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Saints Sled Dog Rescue
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Save A Staffie Scotland
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Scottish Greyhound Sanctuary
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Scottish Staffordshire Bull Terrier Rescue
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Second Chance Kennels
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Second Chances German Shepherd Rescue
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Staffie Smiles Rescue
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Staffordshire Rescue Scotland
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Sunny Harbour Cat & Kitten Rescue
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The New Arc
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Underheugh Ark Rescue
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West Scotland Retired Greyhound Trust
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