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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.

Published on May 28, 2012, in Rehomed dogs.

A super-handsome young dog, Bonsai is only three years old, and is a blue brindle.

He’s one of our smaller males, and so happy – he never stops wagging his tail, even when he’s eating or asleep! He is such a happy soul that he’d probably suit pretty much any situation since he adapts to everything!

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

Published on March 16, 2012, in Rehomed dogs.

Annie is a bit of a live wire! She’s a very young, very pretty brindle girl, only 16 months old.

Since Annie is still very much a puppy, she will need a little more work. She will need occupying, and patient and consistent training, and she will calm down as she grows up. She should make a smashing family pet!

UPDATE May 2012: Annie has now been adopted and is no longer available.

Published on December 10, 2011, in Rehomed dogs.

This is Whiskey, one of the three dogs returned when their owner sadly died.

Whiskey is male, brindle, and ten years old. He, like his pack-mates, is finding it very difficult to settle in kennels again after a long time in a home. He is good with other dogs and already house-trained.

It would be great to rehome all three dogs together, but Whiskey is available on his own. He and Texas are the more bonded, having lived together for longest, so if anyone could take them as a pair, that would be fantastic.

UPDATE March 2012 – Whiskey has now been adopted and is no longer available

Published on May 15, 2010, in Rehomed dogs.

This lovely boy used to be known as ‘Sensible Simon’ at the kennel, but since being taken on a few outings to shows, he has become a confident, happy dog. He is now much more outgoing and confident. He should make a great family pet for someone who wants a more interactive dog.

UPDATE: As Simon continues to blossom and show his true colours, it has become apparent that he is NOT small dog friendly and will need an experienced owner. Apart from that, he is still a lovely, happy, sweet dog.


UPDATE March 2011: Simon has now been adopted and is no longer available.