Dogs Available For Adoption

KIRA DOT

Kira Dot was born on 09/09/2017 and is a Dalmador (Dalmatian cross Labrador). We were asked to help her as she was due to be put to sleep having been left at a pound. Kira Dot is a lovely girl who is affectionate and playful. She is active and loves to play. She would suit an active home with loads of adventures 

PABLO


Pablo is a Dalmatian cross born 3/6/2016. He is a lovely boy who is very active. He needs a home with loads to do and keep him occupied and many long walks. His foster carer is working hard with recall training to allow him to get the exercise he needs. Pablo being a young man will also need clear boundaries. They do like to push their luck! Pablo is an affectionate boy and if you put the effort in you will get a fantastic companion.


PADDY / NUZZLE

Paddy was found with his mum on a rubbish dump. His mum is Meg, a pure Dalmatian, we don’t know who his father is. Born in late June or early July 2018, he is a little sweetie. Friendly confident little boy who is affectionately called Nuzzle. Nuzzle would love a family of his own to grow and learn how to be a happy well behaved, well just a few occasions of mischief! He is more of the brown back colour of the two now he has grown into a very handsome dog.

MAX / SCRATCH

Max is a gorgeous little boy who was found with his mum on a rubbish dump. Born late June 2018 we believe, he has a pure Dalmatian Mum but we don’t know about his dad. Max is a friendly affectionate little puppy who is gaining confidence and learning how to be a mischievous little fellow. He is being well socialised and would love a home to continue his development and training. 

Mr Rusty

Mr Rusty was born 24/07/2017 and we were asked to help him when he and his brother were selected to be put to sleep by the pound that had him. Mr Rusty came in with his brother as puppies from an unwanted litter. Mr Rusty is a lovely boy who is active playful and gets on with other dogs. He would make an excellent member of an active family

Ivy

Ivy was one of Dotty's puppies born June 2018. We were asked to help Dotty when she was discovered chained up in the mountains with no food or water, having been left for days, with 7 puppies. Ivy was born with a skin condition which has taken some while to clear up. It has confused the vets and no specific cause has been identified but given time and some supplements for healthy skin and coat it has cleared up. Ivy is a lovely little girl, very sociable and playful and would make a lovely addition to any family. She has been around cats as well.

Mac

Mac was born in September 2017 roughly, and was found wandering the streets of Spain as a puppy. He was taken home by a young girl, but unfortunately they could not afford to look after another dog, and didn't have the time or space to exercise him properly. We then asked to help him. He was born with cherry eye on both eyes. Both have now been operated on successfully and he has no sight issues at all. This should not cause him any further issues now. Mac needs to be an only dog. He absolutely adores his human carers, but not so keen on sharing that love. He is a strong energetic lad who would suit a strong energetic owner. He will drag you all over if you have not got the power to control him. He obviously would benefit from training, but he will always be a strong well built dog. He would be great for someone looking to do Cannicross or agility as he has endless energy.  With a bit of effort, time and patience Mac would be a fantastic family member.

Olive - not currently available for adoption 

Olive was born 5/6/2018, and was one of ten puppies that a friend heard crying while walking past a pound. They had been handed into the pound as an unwanted litter, but as the pound was full, they were left in a wooden box in the back of a van with no water in searing heat. We were very lucky to have found them when we did. Olive is a lovely friendly girl who is sociable with other dogs both male and female. She would make an excellent family member 

Spot

Spot is a lovely boy who is a little timid to start, but once he gets to know you he is a very loving little lad. Born in June 2016 he was one of ten puppies we rescued from a pound, that due to being full, had left then in a box in a locked van in searing heat with no water or food. We rescued them just in the nick of time. Since then Spot has grown and developed into a lovely dog who would love to have a family of his own.

Noah

Noah was one of severn puppies born to Kizzy,a dog in our care in April 2019, whose grandma was a cross Dalmatian which is how we ended up getting involved and caring for these dogs. Noah is a a lovely boy, happy and playful. He is being socialised with other dogs both male and female, but he has a jealous side and doesn’t like other dogs getting the attention over him, so would suit a home as an only dog. He was born in April and we would love for him to find a home so he does not spend all his puppyhood in our care.

Snow

Snow and his sister Iris were abandoned in a pound as not wanted. Probably from an unwanted littler and the owner was unable to find them homes or give them away. They were born in March 2019 and are a lovely pair of dogs. Friendly and sociable they are very loving and playful and love human interaction. Snow would make a lovely family member and would love a home of his own

Duque

Duque was found wandering the streets with injuries. We don't know if he was hit by a car or beaten, He was improved in health and character in our care and has developed into a very happy playful little chap. He was born early 2019 we believe. He is a good with other dogs both male and female and loves his foster carer and the attention he is getting. We would love for him to find a loving home where he never has to experience the harshness of life on the streets again.

Mia and Volkom

Mia and Volkom will need an experienced home. They are a bonded pair, being brother and sister and have had little training.

Mia and Volkom were left in a 600 square meter fenced plot for many years. Fed and watered, but not given any shelter and little love, affection and training. Volkom is protective over his sister so a home together on their own is required. They will need time to adjust to a home life and training to walk on a lead nicely and recall. They were born on the 10/06/2012. We would love them to find a home together where they can learn what it means to be loved and to be part of a family

Danko

Danko was born in 2012 and was kept on a plot of land and used for breeding. We get a lot of bitches from these situations, not so many males, but these suffer just as much. When arriving in our care he was dominant with other male dogs, but this is understandable due to his history. He enjoys human attention and his walks, but he is strong on a lead. He would suit an experienced home where he can be trained and be given the boundaries all dogs should learn. 

Wednesday

Wednesday was born July 2019. She was one of several puppies dumped at a pound. As the pound was full, they left them in a box in a van outside. We were asked to help before they died. They arrived in our care terrified. They have gained some confidence, but they need time and patience to adjust to their new lives. We have found that they do settle better when there is another dog in the household. She is a lovely girl and has waited a long time to find her home and family. It would be lovely for her to find that. 

Squiggy - not currently available for adoption 

Squiggy was born in early 2019. Her and her brother were thrown over the fencing into one of our kennels. They were very lucky to survive. Unfortunately they had Parvo and we lost her brother, but she fought through and grew stronger and is now a happy healthy girl. Squiggy gets along with most dogs, she is playful and active. 

Victor

Victor was born June 2018. He was an unwanted litter and his siblings and him found themselves dumped at a pound. The pound was full, so they were all left in a wooden box in a van outside. Luckily someone heard there cries and reached out for help, which is when we became involved. All of the puppies were terrified, dehydrated and starving. They all pulled through with some loving care and went from strength to strength. Some of his siblings have already been adopted and have grown into lovely family dogs. Victor gets on well with other dogs, both male and female. He has grown into a lovely medium sized boy. 

Tully

Tully was born July 2019. He was abandoned at a pound we have previously rescued puppies from. Unfortunately this is a very busy pound who are frequently full. Tully and his brothers and sisters were again left in a box outside to die. We were called and asked to help them. Tully has grown into a lovely boy. He can be a little nervous, and would benefit from a home with another dog. He gets on well with other dogs both Male and female. 

Gomez

Gomez appeared on a transport when we were rescuing some other puppies. He was just added in to the group of puppies we were rescuing, and being us, we couldn’t turn him away. Born mid 2019 Gomez is a friendly boy who is living with other dogs both Male and female. He is a little character. 

Robyn


Robyn is currently in foster in the U.K. She needs a very special home with another dog and no cats or young children.

Her foster says this about her

In our opinion she will need at least one woman in the family who is home most of the time. She appears to bond very strongly with just one person. But has reacted poorly to most men she has met. She will need a kind dog who will help her with her transition. And who will help her cope with the changes she will face as we have seen her very frightened of new situations. She really responds well to structure and order she likes routine. She isn’t good with cats and probably shouldn’t be with anything small and furry. Although there is improvement with ours it would be a shame to fail due to that. She loves her walks and is enjoining the freedom of running and building up her strength. Young children move too quickly for her to see and take her by surprise they would be best avoided even as she adjusts to life they are too unpredictable for her to manage from all we have seen with her.
Robyn is upset by anything not yet experienced.
She does have along way to go and lots to learn, she hasn’t had a lot of training yet, she sits for a biscuit and her food which she loves and now understands she doesn’t have to take anyone else’s as she will always get fed. She can be upset by small things but she is becoming settled and will I’m sure become a fabulous dog if enough time is taken in nurturing her.

Robyn is blind in one eye due to a trauma she experienced before coming into our care. This has been checked by a vet and should not cause any further problems.

Robyn above all needs time and patience and a quiet home environment. Her personality is emerging, but she needs patience and time to recover from previous trauma and learn to trust and be a carefree dog again who is just going to be loved.



Lenny

Lenny was born June 2016. He was left at the pound with his siblings as an unwanted litter. The pound was full so all the puppies were left in a box in a car to die. Someone heard their cries and reached out asking for help for them. We managed to get them just in time.

Lenny is a lovely boy. He is sociable with other dogs, both male and female. He can be a bit nervous at first, but given time and patience can grow in confidence and become a friendly happy boy. He would settle quicker if there was another dog in the household. 

Tara

Tara is a gorgeous 4 year old Dalmatian cross Italian Pointer the vet thinks. She was a street dog for over a year, and then finally caught when she was so skinny and starving. She was probably a hunters dog who dumped her as she was no good at hunting. 

Tara gets on well with other dogs. Male, female, large of small. She is just a delight to have around. She is not cat tested so we do not know if she could live with cats.

Tara is Leishmaniasis positive. Her levels are low and she has been responding very well to treatment. She would arrive with the medication she needs. We would obviously provide ongoing support with her condition. A dog with Leishmaniasis can live a happy long life so please don’t let that put you off thinking about adopting her