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Bruno Bruno

Bruno at Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre

A Male White and Tan American Bulldog who is age 6 years

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Shelter Location: Dovecotewell, by Glencaple Dumfries Dumfries and Galloway DG1 4RH

Bruno is a big loveable boy with lots of energy and full of life. He can be very full on and boisterous so  In his previous home Bruno lived with kids and was ok with them but we would recommend not rehoming him with young children as he can be prone to being frustrated easily. He has lived with other dogs before but they were a little too much for him, Bruno has been friendly towards other dogs here at the kennels. We are told he has lived with a cat but isn’t good with livestock. Loud noises tend to scare him. Bruno is housetrained, crate trained and travels ok in the car. He is a big powerful boy and does pull on the lead, his recall is ok but he could do with some help furthering his training. Although friendly towards most strangers, Bruno does see some threat in unfamiliar adult males but can overcome this initial fear with a careful introduction.

History

Bruno’s previous home was on a farm, his owners felt rehoming him was the best thing for him as the farm collies were too full on and tended to go for him.

Re-homing Criteria

Bruno is looking for a new home where he can get help with furthering his training, plenty of exercise and lots of attention. He will need someone with an understanding of the breed, breed experience would be preferred. We are looking for someone who understands he can be prone to frustrated easily and very boisterous if adequate stimulation is not given.

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Poppy Poppy Poppy

Poppy at Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre

A Female Black Lurcher who is age 1 year

Not Good With Other Pets

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Shelter Location: Dovecotewell, by Glencaple Dumfries Dumfries and Galloway DG1 4RH

Poppy is a beautiful young Lurcher who can be OTT at times.  She has no experience with children and can be very full on.  For this reason, Poppy would require a home with no young children.  We have been told that Poppy gets excited when she meets other dogs and can be rough when playing with them.  Poppy will chase cats and attempt to grab them.  She is housetrained and is good in the car.  Poppy is good with strangers and loves attention and cuddles!

History

Poppy was adopted from the centre in April 2019.  Unfortunately, she wasn’t getting on with the cat in the house and had to be returned for rehoming.

Re-homing Criteria

Poppy needs an active home with an owner who is home most of the time.  She has no recall and can pull strongly on the lead so she will need an owner who is willing to commit to further training.  Poppy will need a cat free home with no young children.

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Bere

Bere at Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre

A Male Border Collie who is age 2 years

Not Good With Children

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Shelter Location: Dovecotewell, by Glencaple Dumfries Dumfries and Galloway DG1 4RH

Bere is a gorgeous boy with lots of energy! He is prone to feeling frustrated easily if he is not given enough stimulation. He loves his toys, especially balls but he has an obsession with sticks and if he gets one he will try and guard it from you therefore he must be guided not to play with them. Bere knows basic commands but needs further guidance when out on walks. He is reactive to some on lead, and needs help to be taught an alternative to barking at other dogs, such as sit and focus on his ball. Bere  is not comfortable with people in his personal space and has bitten twice when people have been leaning over him or near him when he has food. Bere is sensitive to noises such as fireworks and thunder and gets stressed. He likes his large crate and is house trained. Bere has lived with a cat who we are told he will play with, but the cat tried to avoid him so he may be too overbearing for cats. Bere is very affectionate but he needs time and space.

History

Bere was handed in for rehoming as he was uncomfortable with the male owner in the house. The male owner was also anxious around dogs and after leaning over Bere to stroke, him Bere snapped at his face and marked his lip. He was then rehomed but he proved too much for his adopter.

Re-homing Criteria

Bere requires an adult only home without children. He is looking for an owner who understands the needs of nervous collies and that he can be uncomfortable with people in his space. Bere will need someone who can provide him with ongoing training and understands how to read the signs he is displaying when uncomfortable. Bere is being muzzle trained to help avoid any potential bite incidents when out in public near other dogs or strangers.

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Kiera Kiera Kiera

Kiera * Reserved * at Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre

A Female blank and tan Rottie cross who is age 2 years 2 months

Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: Dovecotewell, by Glencaple Dumfries Dumfries and Galloway DG1 4RH

Kiera is a gorgeous girl with lots of love to give. She is very energetic and loves her walks and toys. Kiera has shared her home with a 6-year-old and a new born who she was good with. She does however with the infants however does get excited very easily and doesn’t know her own strength so can get over the top when playing. Kiera is anxious when on her own and will chew items and make a mess. She is not good with cats as she grabbed hold of the cat met. When out on walks she can become fixated on them if she sees one in the distance. Kiera likes to play with other dogs but doesn’t know the boundaries with them and this can get her into trouble with dogs. This pretty girl is very affectionate and loves everyone she meets. She is however an escape artist and has managed to jump almost 6ft fence as well as opening some doors.

History

Kiera was originally from us in 2018 and was adopted not long after she arrived to a home where she was getting on well, however she has unfortunately returned due to financial reasons.

Re-homing Criteria

Kiera requires an owner who is at home the most of the day and can help her overcome her separation anxiety. She needs a home without cats. Kiera’s next home and garden must be secure as she is a bit of a Houdini if given the opportunity.

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If you'd like to help rehome Kiera simply complete the Homefinder Questionnaire to get started.

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Hamish Hamish Hamish

Hamish * Reserved * at Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre

A Male Terrier who is age 1 year

Not Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets

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Shelter Location: Dovecotewell, by Glencaple Dumfries Dumfries and Galloway DG1 4RH

I'm unsure of what's expected of me.

Hamish is a young, anxious boy who has been quite isolated in his first home and he can be unsettled with new things and close contact. He is sensitive to peoples’ emotions and doesn’t deal with anxiety well. Hamish likes his space and can feel the need to guard areas he feels are his safe areas.  Toys and treats are of high value to him too, so need  help   he hasn’t been great when meeting new dogs or people when he is out and about and he has snapped at adults in the house when he was uncomfortable.  Hamish has previously lived with another small dog without any issues but he isn’t good with cats and he would probably prefer to be an only pet. He is very toy focused and loves to play, he is good at travelling. Hamish needs to go back to basic with house training. He would benefit from basic training once he has settled.

History

Hamish was brought into the centre due to his owner’s ill health. He was re-homed after being at the centre for a short period of time but unfortunately he wasn’t the right match for his new owner and he was brought in for re-homing. Hamish was then rehomed for only a few days but returned for biting the adopters when he wouldn't move of the table he was on or give up a tissue he had in his mouth.

Re-homing Criteria

Hamish needs a patient, adult only home with an experienced owner who can read dog body language well. He will need time to adapt to change and if Hamish feels worried and has not learned alternative responses to perceived threats he may snap.  His next adopter must be able to recognise his signals and provide him with the space he requires to help him feel less threatened. His next owner must understand that Hamish will snap if he feels he is in a confrontational situation such as being asked to move from somewhere he values as his. In order to help him overcome this, it is important to exchange items for something of equal or higher value in order to reduce his stress and eliminates the possibility of aggression. This will take ongoing training using positive reward based methods only. He will need help with touch training to overcome any negative associates he has with this already.

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Buddy Buddy

Buddy at Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre

A Male Fawn Jack Russell Terrier cross Pug who is age 2 years 2 months

Not Good With Children

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Shelter Location: Dovecotewell, by Glencaple Dumfries Dumfries and Galloway DG1 4RH

Buddy is an energetic, terrier who is looking for some guidance. Once he knows you he is very affectionate but he does needs guidance learning boundaries. Buddy can mouth very hard and becomes aroused very easily therefore he is needs discouraged from rough play. Buddy can be vocal and very full on with some dogs. He has shared his space with another dog for a short period of time but we are told the other dog was not keen on him. Buddy is very toy and food motivated so this helps with training. He lacks experience of cats and given his full on terrier nature, we can’t guarantee he would live with one. Buddy has been sick in the car previously so will need help becoming used to traveling. Buddy will make a great companion for an owner who has lots of time to invest with his ongoing training.

History

Buddy was handed in for rehoming as he has bitten in his previous home. His owners were also moving house and with young children in the home they could not provide him with the ongoing training he requires as he was not comfortable with children in his space.

Re-homing Criteria

Buddy displays resource guarding behaviour which means he feels the need to guard items he values such as toys or treats. This can be managed by swapping items he values for higher value items so he doe not feel threatened. An adult only home is essential.  He is not comfortable with veterinary examinations so is being muzzle trained and desensitised to touch.  Calm touch-training would also help him understand hands are not for biting. This must be continued and his adopter must be committed to his ongoing requirements. His nature is that of a strong-willed terrier so his adopter must understand the characteristics of independent terriers who require guidance.

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If you'd like to help rehome Buddy simply complete the Homefinder Questionnaire to get started.

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Bob Bob Bob

Bob at Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre

A Male Black Lurcher

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

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Shelter Location: Dovecotewell, by Glencaple Dumfries Dumfries and Galloway DG1 4RH

I need space but also boundaries!

Bob loves his home comforts and being nice and cosy.  He was not designed for the winter months! He can be wary of close contact and can react with trying to bite if he feels threatened. Bob enjoys nothing more than zooming around our paddock but he will try and lunge at cars so this will need managed. As he has been in kennels for a while he may need a refresher course with house training. As he is a sight hound and gets very animate at moving object and animals, he will most likely chase cats. He has not been used to children and given he can snap when touched, we recommend adults only in his next home.

History

Bob has been signed over for rehoming as his owner was in hospital for a long period of time and now no longer able to look after him. He has been in boarding kennels as well as here at the centre under our Welfare Scheme , so we have got to know Bob for a couple of months now.

Re-homing Criteria

Bob would benefit from muzzle training and from touch training to desensitise him to touch and help with any invasive veterinary examinations. Bob’s future adopters must recognise when he is not comfortable and provide him with the space he requires. As Bob can become over excited and aroused by certain people or animals he needs taught boundaries and alternate responses to this reactive behaviour.  Bob can be excited and frustrated by cars passing so his next owner must be willing to help manage this. He needs a home without children and as Bob is not keen on sharing his space, he would benefit from being the only animal in his next home.

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Elma Elma Elma

Elma at Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre

A Female Brindle Lurcher who is age 1 year

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Shelter Location: Dovecotewell, by Glencaple Dumfries Dumfries and Galloway DG1 4RH

As Elma was a stray, we don’t have any information about her history.  She is friendly towards the staff and volunteers here at the centre.  We have found her to be okay while walking past dogs in the blocks.  Elma can be full on and jump up she is also quite strong on the lead.

History

Elma was found as a stray and brought to the centre by the council.

Re-homing Criteria

Elma needs an active home with an owner who is willing to commit to training and socialising her.  We don’t know if she has lived in a house before so she may require house training.  We don’t know how she would be around cats or children.

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Ollie Ollie Ollie

Ollie at Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre

A Male Border Collie

Not Good With Children

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Shelter Location: Dovecotewell, by Glencaple Dumfries Dumfries and Galloway DG1 4RH

Sensitive soul.

Ollie is an anxious boy who is looking for a quiet home as he becomes frustrated very easily by noise and movement. Ollie has shared his home with children however he was displaying signs of being uncomfortable with them and avoided them as much as he could. Ollie has reacted by trying to nip people who are leaving the house which stems from his natural desire to herd and control.  In order to help him overcome this, it is firstly important to keep his frustration levels to a minimum and teach him a cue such as “in your bed” as an alternative behaviour. Ollie is affectionate once he knows you and is relaxed, but he does also like his space and quiet time.  When out for walks, Ollie is reactive to other dogs on lead so will need an owner who is prepared to help manage this for following our advice. Ollie loves going out in the car and is house trained.  He has never met cats and shows some fear avoidance towards cows. Ollie is active and loves his walks.

History

Ollie was originally handed in for rehoming back in May 2019 after his owners were moving house. We were originally told he was good with the children he lived with but after placing him in a home with children we discovered he was tolerating children and actually would rather avoid children if he could. We feel he needs a quiet, adult only home as he is an anxious boy who can be quite highly strung.

Re-homing Criteria

Ollie requires an adult only home in a rural environment. We are looking for owner who do not have lots of visitors and are able to provide Ollie with guidance. Ollie can suffer from anxiety initially when the owners are leaving the house so  his next adopter will need to help desensitise him to this following our guidelines.

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Suzie Suzie Suzie

Suzie at Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre

A Female Brindle Lurcher who is age 1 year

Not Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: Dovecotewell, by Glencaple Dumfries Dumfries and Galloway DG1 4RH

Suzie is a lovely girl but can also be quite full on.  She can be very full on when playing and we have also found that she can clear 6 foot fences. She is not keen on other dogs coming into her space and has been growling on occasions when they get too close. She is being dirty in her kennel overnight, so probably has not been house-trained yet.  With some proper training, Suzie should turn out to be a great companion for someone.

History

Suzie was a stray who was brought to us, so unfortunately we do not have a history for her.

Re-homing Criteria

Suzie requires a home with someone who has both the time and patience to give her the training assistance she requires.  An experienced Lurcher home would be ideal.  A very secure garden is essential. We feel she may be too much for young children and some animals.

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If you'd like to help rehome Suzie simply complete the Homefinder Questionnaire to get started.

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Matt Matt Matt

Matt at Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre

A Male Black and White Border Collie who is age 6 years

Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets

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Shelter Location: Dovecotewell, by Glencaple Dumfries Dumfries and Galloway DG1 4RH

Where is my ball?

Matt is a very energetic collie who is motivated by toys and food this make him very easy to train! We are told Matt lived with another dog at one stage who he was good with, however he is very reactive to dogs he meets on lead so may not be sociable to all new dogs. At the centre, we have found him to show aggression to some dogs (this may be partly due to the heightened stress of the environment). Matt is prone to frustration easily so requires an owner who will provide him with plenty of metal stimulation and exercise. This handsome boy is strong on lead and will need someone active. Matt has shown some tendencies to bark and chase cats in the distance but has never encountered them close for long. He can be nervous of new people, in particular men and is looking for someone who will provide him with guidance. We are told Matt travels fine in the car and fine to be left for an hour or so on his own once he is familiar with his routine. He is house trained and does his best to keep his kennel clean as much as he can. Matt is affectionate and once he knows, you he shows you his playful side. Matt has shared his home with children before but adopters must be aware he can be full on and children must know to provide him with space when he has toys as he can get frustrated.

History

Matt was handed in for rehoming due to a change in circumstances.

Re-homing Criteria

We are looking for an active, collie experience owner who understands Matt can be reactive to some other dog and requires further guidance. His previous owner felt he would not be suitable to live with cats.

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Summer Summer Summer

Summer * Reserved * at Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre

A Female Black Patterdale who is age 2 years

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

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Shelter Location: Dovecotewell, by Glencaple Dumfries Dumfries and Galloway DG1 4RH

This lovely little lady is called Summer. Summer loves human attention, going out for walks and would curl up in bed next to you given half a chance. She has previously lived in an adult only home and although she was ok with visiting kids, due to her resource guarding habits we will not be rehoming her to a family with young children. This clever girl is house trained and although we were told she travels well in the car, we have found her to be quite vocal in our van.  She isn’t a fan of cats so would need a home without them. When it comes to dogs, he will walk beside some fine when out for walks and says hello quite sociably, however she hates it when a dog comes into her space or near people or items she values. Summer is active and loves her walks.

History

In her previous home she wasn’t getting on well with the other dog, a female Lurcher. There had been a few scraps so due to this she is now looking for a new home preferably without other dogs.

Re-homing Criteria

Summer is looking for a patient adult only home where she can get plenty of attention and exercise. Her new owners will need to understand that when it comes to other dogs she likes her space. An experienced owner who can read the signs when she is uncomfortable would be preferred as she is a resource guarder.

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Emy

Emy at Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre

A Female Tri Colour Border Collie who is age 1 year

Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: Dovecotewell, by Glencaple Dumfries Dumfries and Galloway DG1 4RH

Rural Baby!

Emy is a timid girl who is wary initially. Once she knows you she is affectionate but does lack confidence. She has been kenneled on a farm, in a very rural environment therefore lacks experience of living indoors or interactions that other pet dogs are used to. Emy is friendly towards other dogs and tries to avoid conflict. She has only seen cats briefly in the distance and has been known to herd chickens. Eve has shared her space with her littermates who she got on well with. She requires recall training and is not used to being in a car. Emy can get worried by loud noises or quick movements so is looking for an owner who is patient and understands it will take her time to adjust to her new lifestyle.

History

Emy was handed in for rehoming as she was bred to be a sheep herder but did not cut the grade. She has come in with 3 of her littermates who decided sheep dog trialling was not for them either!

Re-homing Criteria

Emy requires a rural home with an owner who is understanding of the needs of nervous ex farm collies. We are looking for an owner who is gentle and patient and will give Emy plenty of time to grow in confidence and help provide her with reassurance and guidance. We feel Emy would benefit from a home without young children.  Emy requires an owner who is active and has lots of time to commit to training and socialising.

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Buster

Buster at Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre

A Male Cream Lhasa Apso who is age 6 years

Not Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets

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Shelter Location: Dovecotewell, by Glencaple Dumfries Dumfries and Galloway DG1 4RH

Independent man

Buster is a gorgeous, independent character who can be very determined. He has learned to use aggression if he feels confronted and doesn’t want to do something. For example, if Buster is somewhere such as on the couch, or has a toy and he doesn’t want to move or give up the item, it is not advised to try and take him by the collar as he will find this confrontational and will snap. As Buster is motivated by food we can use this to help train him. So, rather than placing hands on him to move him, showing him a high value treat to encourage him and reward him when he moves. This will need ongoing management and an owner who understands this.

We would recommend training a ‘go to bed for reward’ in order to move him off the sofa, rather than placing hands on him to move, which he can resist. Buster feels the need to guard toys from people or other dogs, so future adopters must use a ‘swapsies’ technique in which we exchange items for something of equal or higher value.

Despite wanting his own space in some situations, Buster has been quite good for us when getting groomed and when being examined by the vet.  Buster loves his walks and sniffs in the woodlands. He doesn’t mind being mucky and will take any opportunity to roll in mud or splash about in puddles. Buster has shared his home with other dogs but did get into some scraps (we are not certain what this was over exactly). Buster is certainly a fan of the female canines but they do not always appreciate his efforts.

Buster has not lived with cats so may find them interesting to investigate. We can’t guarantee how he would be in the house sharing his space with a feline. Buster has not had much experience in the car.

Buster keeps his kennel clean as much as possible and should continue to be clean in the house if given enough opportunity when outside.

History

Buster was brought in due to his behaviour in his previous home.

Re-homing Criteria

Buster requires a home without children and owners who have had experience with Lhasa Apso’s previously. His adopter must recognise he will need ongoing management.

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Scooby Scooby

Scooby at Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre

A Male Brindle Crossbreed

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Shelter Location: Dovecotewell, by Glencaple Dumfries Dumfries and Galloway DG1 4RH

Scooby is a very large boy who is looking for a committed owner. Scooby is very food focused and has a very hard bite when he is given a treat. Due to his lack of bite inhibition, we would not recommend him go to a home with children. Scooby is extremely interested in livestock and we would predict he will react similarly towards cats and small fluffy animals so he will not be rehomed to a house with them. Scooby is strong so is not for the faint hearted! This big boy appears to greet some of the dogs he has seen in neighbouring kennels fairly well, but then he has taken a disliking to others (a black male dog).  Given that we don’t have any history for Scooby, we can’t guarantee how he will react in a home environment.

History

Scooby was brought into the by the council as he was found straying in the Dumfries area. He was not wearing a collar and had no microchip on arrival. Noboydy has reported him missing prior to his entry.

Re-homing Criteria

Scooby require a home without children or cats. He needs an active owner who can invest plenty of time into training and understands the nature of large bull lurchers. Scooby must not be allowed off lead near livestock.

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If you'd like to help rehome Scooby simply complete the Homefinder Questionnaire to get started.

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