We’re incredibly fond of dogs here at Lovin Media Group and hate to think of them without a forever home, a comfy bed and some good old fashioned human love.
We thought we’d feature some of the dogs that are currently up for rehoming at The Dog’s Trust, who do some great work with dogs who reach them in some awful conditions.
All you have go now is find your BFF and don’t forget, it isn’t just the 10 below who are looking for homes but 70 others are out there now too.
Remember – adopting a dog is a major responsibility so think it through and wait until you’re in a position to provide a stable, loving home before making the leap!
Ronnie (Staffordshire Cross)
Poor Ronnie has been passed from pillar to post and is feeling pretty blue at the moment. He would love a family all to himself, who understand that he needs some time to adjust after being let down in the past.
Ronnie would love an adult home as the only pet, with a family who have the time and love to help him settle in. He loves his toys and adores his food, so training would be a pleasure as he’s very clever and will do almost anything for a treat!
Kyia first came to the centre in an awful condition and is feeling a bit insecure after being returned from a few homes. She is a darling who just needs someone who she can depend on, who will help her through her anxieties and provide her with a safe, loving and quiet home.
Homer (Spaniel: Cavalier Kc)
When Homer arrived at Dog’s Trust, he had an injured tail – which ultimately had to be amputated. His condition has greatly improved and he is looking for a quiet stress-free home with a family who will work with the Dog’s Trust behavioural team to help him adjust.
Home is a super little playful dog who is a massive favourite with all the staff at the centre.
Destiny is a gorgeous girl who is looking for an active home. She is super sweet and while a little shy at times, she is eager to learn and loves to make new friends. Destiny loves her doggy pals and it would be important to make sure she has plenty of play dates.
Cupid (Terrier Cross)
Cupid is a typical, busy and fiesty terrier who had lived in a home for two years.
He struggles with some basic training but being a clever little chap, he’ll pick up new cues in no time – provided force free and positive training methods are used. Cupid arrived at Dog’s Trust with his mum but the experts decided it would be best for him to be rehomed without his mother as together they were quite anxious and he will benefit from lots of one-on-one time and confidence building.
Candy can be shy when she meets new people but once she gets to know you, she can be quite full-on and giddy and will try to jump at you to give you a kiss! In the past, she used to work as a racing greyhound so she will chase fast moving objects and small animals.
Because of this, she should be kept on a lead and muzzled when out in public. She is a typical sighthound – active and fast when out but a lazy couch potato at home.
Bruno (A Crossbreed)
Bruno lost his family a while ago in sad circumstances and was quite confused and frightened when he arrived at Dog’s Trust. He likes other dogs but needs a very quiet, adult-only home as he has previously struggled to settle.
It’s really important that his new family spends time with him so they can see what a sweet, gentle and loving little soul he is.
Buddy (Staffordshire Bull Terrier)
Buddy is a long-term resident at Dog’s Trust and is a lovely boy. He does not cope well with changes in his routine and can be a little nervous of new people at first. He would love to meet a family who are willing to commit to getting to know him over a few meets at the centre.
Buddy would like an adult only home where someone is home with him for most of the day. He is happy to see other dogs when out for walks but would prefer to be the only dog in his new home.
Arlo has such a sad start to life and is hoping to find a home with anothr dog or two to help him grow in confidence.
Arlo adores his doggy pals so must go to a home where there’s already a confident pal for him. He isn’t high energy and would be a wonderful addition to the right family. All you need is patience and a big heart.
Pluto (Terrier: Pit Bull)
Pluto need an adult-only home as he’s a very strong and bouncy chap who would benefit from having a quieter home to help with his training. He hates to be left alone so needs someone home most of the day to help him learn to cope with this.
Pluto is frightened by strangers so his new home would need to be relatively quiet. Pluto is so loveable to the people he knows and would love nothing more than to goof about his new home, play fetch and learn lots of super fun new tricks!
Peig (A Crossbreed)
Peig is an active girl who loves her long walks and exploring new places. Peig would love a home in a quiet area as she doesn’t enjoy too much commotion. Peig is very fussy about the company she keeps so would rather be the only dog in a home.
If you’re an adult home looking for a super brainy, energetic love bug who’ll devote themselves to you, then Peig could be the pal you’ve been waiting for.