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Published on July 20, 2013, in Rehomed dogs.


Tiny Bean is a black and white girl of 18 months – she weighs only 22kg!

She is very affectionate, but gets anxious when she goes for a walk. She needs a bit of time and patience when she is out, as cars, noises, etc, frighten her.

Bean is lovely when she’s home, it’s just the outside world that worries her.

She is quite possibly cat-trainable.


Published on January 6, 2013, in Rehomed dogs.


Beautiful little Bobcat – he’s only two and a half years old, but has retired from racing with a serious injury to his hock. A couple of months ago, he broke his leg on the track and now has two pins and wire in it.

Bobcat is the sweetest dog Sharon has ever had, and doesn’t have a nasty bone in his body. He gets along with males and females alike. He is currently living in Sharon’s house while he recovers and if she could keep him, she would, because, as she says ‘He’s a diamond!’.

However, Bobcat needs a quiet home and Brambleberry is always busy, and full of dogs. He also needs only short walks each day. Bobcat would probably suit an older person.

Sharon is happy to have Bobcat fostered, which means she will continue to pay vet bills for anything to do with his broken leg.

UPDATE APRIL 2013:  Sharon has now decided to keep Bobcat herself and he is no longer available.

Published on July 1, 2012, in Rehomed dogs.

Pretty little Crystal is only two years old. She is a lively girl, and so pretty!

Being barely more than a pup, she is full of energy and interested in everything. She is playful, and also very affectionate. She should do well in a family.

UPDATE July 2012: Crystal has now been rehomed and is no longer available.

Published on June 25, 2012, in Rehomed dogs.

Isn’t she beautiful?

Isme is a small brindle female, only two and half years old – hardly more than a pup!

She’s a bit shy when she first meets someone, but soon her normal personality shines through. She is housetrained, and also cat trained.

UPDATE June 2012: Isme has now been adopted and is no longer available.