Dogs Needing Adoption
October how fast the year is going! There are a number of dogs in rescue awaiting their new home’s
Still so many little dogs needing our help and so many coming into rescue who need medical attention. One little boy came into us last week who has lost most of his fur probably due to stress and lack of good food, he needs all his teeth removed but firstly we must clear up the infection in his tiny mouth. His little legs are are not right but again until he gets stronger the vet doesn’t want to put him under an anesthetic at the moment even to XRay him because of his appalling condition. We will get him right
We have a number of lovely little dogs in rescue at the moment who are now ready for their forever homes. Please complete an application form found on this web and lets get you home checked!
Please consider either being a Foster Parent or helping with Transport if you can’t adopt at this time
Please either email one of our admin at email@example.com or send in an application, so that we can have a chat with you prior to a home check.,
Please note we do not re home our little dogs to those who work full time and or have small children under 10 years of age, in line with all other reputable rescues.
We are always in need of FOSTER HOMES and people who can help with TRANSPORT. If you can help please complete an application form and state either Transport or Foster at the top of the Form. Many thanks.
PLEASE ALSO NOTE….That ..We Do Not re home our little dogs to people who think crating a dog is alright! Baby gates to protect the Chihuahua from a situation that might endanger him or her are far kinder. Chihuahuas really do need to be part of the family.
No Animal should be Caged Domestic or Wild Surely?
Crating should only be used for transporting or maybe after a medical procedure.
Please always think of ADOPTING and Please Don’t SHOP! There are so many lovely little dogs needing homes in Rescue
Biba Nearly 3 years Has found her loving home
Another loving little girl who just needs time to get to know you! this little darling loves her cuddles and being close to those she trusts. Biba is good with dogs of her own size
Betty 6 years
A note from her foster Mum ——-Betty was a very nervous and shy little girl when she first came into foster care. she was particularly shy around men although she’s now my husbands best friend and is first to sit on his lap. She’s become much more confident and playful, she’s very good with other dogs in the house that she knows but will bark at dogs outside the house that she doesn’t know. She is better with other dogs of her own size or smaller. She loves to go for walks and particularly loves the beach and the woods when she can run free. she’s a very fast little dog when she runs although she isn’t interested in fetching a ball but she does love to play on the agility equipment and likes chase either with humans or dogs alike. She comes back when called no problem. Betty is a very affectionate little girl an loves to be stroked and brushed. she will pull your hand towards her with her paw if you stop stroking her. She loves her cuddles.
Betty has a good appetite, she can be left for a couple of hours and has never chewed anything whilst in our care. Betty is nervous around children and the vet but she has made great progress with the vet of late. Betty is a happy little girl who has had us in stitches many times whilst she plays and runs around.
Dora 4 years
A lovely little girl who would much prefer to be on a lap although she will occasionally play with the other dogs. Dora would be best suited to a home with one other gentle little dog.