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

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

Wallace is described as a Border Collie. Likes Wallace is a collie enthusiasts dream! He is energetic, enthusiastic, intelligent and he needs an owner who is just as switched on as he is. If you feel ready for a challenge then Wallace may be the perfect project dog for you. At 4 years old he is young and eager to learn and will need to be kept mentally and physically busy. Previous experience of owning collies is a must and if you've a passion for agility or similar that would be ideal. Type of home needed Wallace will need an adult only environment where there are no visiting kids. He will also need to be the only pet in the home to get one on one attention, training and a quiet environment to settle into. Once settled he could be left alone for up to 4 hours. Being able to walk in quiet dog free areas would benefit him and his owners should be prepared to avoid people and dogs as much as possible initially to build confidence and focus. More about me Wallace will need to be kept on lead and muzzled when in public so will need to have direct access to his own secure garden with 5ft fence. His environment is very important as he can become overstimulated easily. We want his next home to be forever, where he can truly relax and be content. He would love to build a bond with his owners before going home. He will make a great companion with collie savvy owners prepared to work hard with him and our training team. To apply to adopt Wallace please click on the 'come and meet me' button below. Applications will close when we find a suitable match. We can only contact the successful applicant. Donate today, to help us continue our work providing life-changing care \t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\tand finding forever homes for thousands of dogs a year. We’re so grateful \t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\tfor your support.

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

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

Daisy is described as a Staffordshire Cross (SBT). Likes Daisy is a super friendly girl and enthusiastic about greeting everyone she meets. She prefers the company of people over animals and would like to be the only pet in the home. She will need some ongoing training around other dogs so an exxperienced owner would be best. Bull breed experience is preferred. Type of home needed Dot can live with children aged 12 years and older. She is full of energy and would do well with an active owner. Having direct access to her own private garden with 5ft fence will give her somewhere safe to play and practice her training. She will need to be kept on lead when in public as she has had a previously chased a cat and this is why she now only has one eye. Keeping her on lead will help keep her safe and quiet, dog free areas will make for a more enjoyable walk.It would be best for her to have someone around for most of the day to keep her company and gradually build up the time she is left alone. More about me Daisy is wonderful with people and she will make a fantastic addition in a home that are content with having one very loving and affectionate canine companion. This beautifully spotty girl is sure to turn plenty of heads and when you meet her, that fun personality makes it hard not to fall head over heels for her. To apply to adopt Daisy please click on the 'rehoming me starts here' button below. Donate today, to help us continue our work providing life-changing care \t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\tand finding forever homes for thousands of dogs a year. We’re so grateful \t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\tfor your support.

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

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

Alfie is described as a Bichon Frise. Likes Alfie is the sweetest boy who has had a difficult few years. Alfie has struggled to cope with the death of his owner and is need of some extra TLC. He is looking for someone who is at home most of the day as he will more than likely stick to their side. He prefers to be with someone at all times, including sharing a bed, and his new owner needs to be patient and understanding with him. Type of home needed Alfie gets on well with children and can live with kids aged 10 years and older. He would do well with another dog, it may help him settle into a new routine and offer some canine comfort at the same time. He cannot live with cats. Keeping him occupied with enrichment games, training and one on one attention will all help towards keeping Alfie happy in his new home. More about me This little lad can be a little worried in new situations and will need to be kept on lead when in public to keep him safe. Having direct access to his own garden will give him somewhere to enjoy some time off lead with his new family. He would be best suited to living in a house rather than a flat as he can be vocal. He will make a fabulous addition in his next home given the support he requires. He deserves to find his happy ever after. To apply to adopt Alfie please click on the 'rehoming me starts here' button below. Applications will close when we find a suitable match. Donate today, to help us continue our work providing life-changing care \t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\tand finding forever homes for thousands of dogs a year. We’re so grateful \t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\tfor your support.

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

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

Skye is described as a Jack Russell Terrier (JRT). Likes Skye came to us after being found as a stray and is looking for a fresh start. She may need some additional training to settle into home life and an experienced owner would benefit him. We are looking for an owner who can come to our centre multiple times to build up a relationship. Type of home needed Skye can live with children over the age of 14 years old who can give her space if she needs it. She can be a little worried in new situations and prefers to take things slow. She does enjoy attention but taking things at a pace that suits her will help build her confidence. Having direct access to her own garden with 5ft fence will give her somewhere safe to play and practise her training. She will need to stay on lead when in public for the first few months until she has built a bond with her new owner. More about me Skye would prefer to be the only pet to get all the attention she needs and deserves. She would benefit from further socialisation around dogs as she can be worried, especially by larger ones. She will need someone around for most of the day to keep her company but she could be left for a couple of hours once she has found her feet. She will make a lovely little addition in her forever home. To apply to adopt Skye please click on the 'rehoming me starts here' button below. Donate today, to help us continue our work providing life-changing care \t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\tand finding forever homes for thousands of dogs a year. We’re so grateful \t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\tfor your support.

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New dog listed for rescue at the Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home - Biscuit

New dog listed for rescue at the Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home - Biscuit

Biscuit is described as a Cross Collie/Staffordshire Bull Terrier. Age 3 Yrs 3 Mnths (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. She will need a home with a garden of her own which is not shared with other neighbours. 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.

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New dog listed for rescue at the Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home - Romeo

New dog listed for rescue at the Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home - Romeo

Romeo is described as a Staffordshire Bull Terrier. Age 3 Yrs 1 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 and needs to live away from the city or other busy area, where there are quiet areas he can go for exercise. 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. Romeo would benefit from working with a behaviourist and needs an owner who is financially able to commit to this. How To Rehome To rehome Romeo, please read more about our rehoming process.

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New dog listed for rescue at the Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home - Nelson

New dog listed for rescue at the Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home - Nelson

Nelson is described as a Jack Russell Terrier/Spaniel. Age 6 Yrs 3 Mnths (approx.) 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.

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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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