Rehoming

 

The dogs in our care are will be housed at the kennels and also in foster homes.  


Our adoption fee is £130 and all dogs will be neutered, microchipped, flead and wormed before adoption and this is all included in the adoption fee. They will also come with 4 weeks free insurance.  Full support is given after adoption, so don't be afraid to call us about anything at anytime.

If you are interested in any of our dogs please complete the Adoption Form at the bottom of this page to apply.  

Needing a Home

Meet the dogs in our care who are looking for their forever home.

Casper

Reserved

Lurcher
(2 - 3yrs Old) 
At BARC Wath Kennels

 

 

Questions about Casper

 

Can be homed with other dogs: Yes

Can be homed with cats: No

Can be homed with children: No, see below.

House Trained: Currently in a kennel so may need some house training

Does he have any other behaviour problems: Nips when excited however, we will give you tips on how to stop this.

Does he have any medical problems: No

Period of time he can be left alone: No more than a couple of hours.

What type of home is he looking for: An active with someone around most of the day.

Exercise requirements: At least 1hr a day

 

Other information:

 

Casper came to us from the pound as a stray.  He is a super friendly lad but can be quite bouncy through excitement as he is only young. When he gets excited he can also nip. It is important to know that this is not aggression, it is just a combination of excess energy and excitement.  He will need an owner who is confident and will be consistent with training, which we will assist with, to stop him doing this. As a result of his nipping we are asking for a home with no children.  He would need an owner who has time to train him and take him on plenty of walks.  Casper is not a large dog, he is around the size of a whippet.  Casper gets on well with other dogs and does love to play.  Unfortunately, due to his lurcher breed, he cannot be rehomed with cats or small furries as he does like to chase.  One of Caspers favourite things is having a cuddle so any potential new owner must be prepared to put in plenty of cuddle time.

Dougie

Reserved

Lurcher
(Over 5yrs) 
At BARC Wath Kennels

 

 

Questions about Dougie

 

Can be homed with other dogs: Yes
Can be homed with cats: No
Can be homed with children: Yes 
House Trained: Currently in a kennel so may need some house training
Does he have any other behaviour problems: No
Does he have any medical problems: No
Period of time he can be left alone: No more than a couple of hours.
What type of home is he looking for: An active with someone around most of the day.
Exercise requirements: At least 1hr a day

 

Other information:

 

This loveable big lad is currently looking for his forever home. He’s super happy all the time and loves every one - both human and canine. He’s an energetic, playful bull lurcher who, although may be a bit more mature in years, doesn’t act it at all. Dougie has a great nature around everyone and despite his scarred nose highlighting a possible working background, he’s been great meeting dogs of all shapes and sizes. Dougie is responsive to handlers, is very intelligent and although he may not have been given much basic training (he doesn’t even know how to sit yet) his absolute love of food should help him learn quick! He doesn’t seem too bothered about toys at the moment, but this may change when he’s settled in his new home. He does, however, LOVE food. All food

Lucky

Reserved

Bichon Frise
(1yr) 
In a foster home

 

Questions about Lucky

 

Can be homed with other dogs: Yes but only small, calm dogs.
Can be homed with cats: not cat tested.
Can be homed with children: Yes 
Does he have any toileting problems. e.g Not house broken: Due to his health issues (see below), he may need help to grasp house training in his new home.
Does he have any other behaviour problems: No
Does he have any medical problems: yes see below.
Period of time he can be left alone: No more than a couple of hours.
What type of home is he looking for: An active with someone around most of the day.
Exercise requirements: At least 1hr a day.

 

Other information:


Lucky came into our care recently and we were quick to notice that he has issues with his sight. He has been to the vets and hereditary cataracts, as a result of poor breeding, has been diagnosed. Lucky is now under the referral of a specialist vet, which is why only applicants local to the rescue can be considered at this time for logistical reasons. Lucky will need ongoing vet treatment and a possible operation. Lucky is also very under socialised and will need some lead training when out on a walk. His sight problems does make him rather nervous but once he knows you he is very friendly and loves to play. Lucky can see a very small amount and can see large shapes / shadows.  Lucky can be rehomed with a calm small dog, but big dogs are too intimidating for him. Lucky needs a home with someone around most of the day. He becomes very attached and will stick to you like glue so will be a perfect companion dog. 

If you're interested in any of the dogs above, please complete the adoption form below.  This will give us all the information we need to ensure you are a perfect match. Unfortunately, due to logistical reasons, we are only able to rehome dogs within a 50 mile radius of the kennels. 

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