Dogs for Adoption




Dogs in need of loving new homes.

We do not have premises in Royston



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DOGS LOOKING FOR A NEW HOME



Adoption Process
  • Step 1: If you see a dog you like then please make an appointment to meet them.
  • Step 2: Once you have met and decided to adopt a dog a home check will be arranged.
  • Step 3: Once your home check has passed the adoption is then completed and you can pick up your new family member!
Fees & What's Included

Our adoption fees are £130 for dogs and £65 for cats.
All dogs are:
  • Vaccinated
  • Microchipped
  • Neutered
  • Wormed
  • Come with 4 weeks free insurance

If any of the above are not complete upon adoption vouchers covering their full cost will be issued. The adoption fee covers some of these vet costs - the rest is covered by fund raising.

Adoption Requirements
  • A part of your garden must be enclosed and secure. A minimum 4ft fence/wall is required, depending on the size and nature of the dog this may be higher.
  • Dogs can not be left on their own for more than 5 hours on a regular basis.
  • Dogs must not be left to sleep outside at night or during the winter.
  • If we know a dog is friendly with cats this will be specified below. If this is not specified then the dog will not be re-homed with cats.









All our dogs are regularly walked by our band of volunteers!!




Ted





Ted has come from the stray pound where his time was up.
He is a Staffy x of about 12 months of age.
He jumped straight into the car to go to the vets & wanted to fuss everyone there!!
Ted could learn a few manners on the lead- he is very strong so will need an owner who can handle him.
Update- Janice, our trainer has been working with Ted & our volunteers & Ted is getting much better on the lead.
( He looks really cute with one ear up & one down..  plus the longest tongue in the world!!!)


This is what Michael, one of our walkers has to say about Ted-
I got to meet Teddy the smiley staffy at the kennels today.
Teddy is a very energetic lad and decided he was talking me for a walk today rather than the other way around.
 Like all good staffys Teddy will cover you in mud whilst offering staffy kisses or try to sit on your lap
 ready for staffy snuggles because that's just how he rolls!
😀
Update- Teddy is learning not to pull on his lead and is doing very well!!!


Teddy recently had a day out in the Peak district with 2 of our volunteers.



Please consider a Staffy or Staffy cross when looking to adopt a dog.
They are always overlooked due to negative portrayal and due to this sad fact many are left behind in rescues and the stray kennels. 
Despite misconceptions the Staffordshire Bull Terrier is a loyal, loving and reliable breed.

To request an appointment to see this dog please click here.



CHESTER







Chester is a crossbreed of approximately 18 months old.
Sadly Chester has not had a good start in life and was recently physically abused by a man with a stick which has resulted in him being nervous of some men until he gets to know them.
Chester is brilliant with females and fabulous with men he knows once they have gained his trust.
Due to this Chester would need a quiet home with no children or other pets.
Please do not be put off by this description Chester genuinely is a fantastic dog who will make the right owners a loving, lifelong companion.

To request an appointment to see this dog please click here.

To view Natalie's blog on walking with Chester -

Bertie

 




Bertie is a lurcher around 3-4 years old. He is very energetic and playful!
He is good with other dogs and children although due to his size
and very lively and bouncy nature would be better suited to a family with older children.
He is a very loving dog who loves attention from everyone!
He is a very quick learner and knows most basic commands
like sit, lie down, paw, stay etc and will do pretty much anything for a treat.
 He is fully house trained and loves his toys, he'll play fetch with you all day long!
Bertie loves to run and so requires someone with plenty of time to walk him.

Bertie is not in our kennels but in a foster home so contact
07874 945 689
to arrange a visit.


Charlie










Charlies 1st birthday is 7th January- can we find him a new home to celebrate in.
Charlie has just come from the stray pound so we don't know him too well yet but he went to the vets today and wanted to say hello to everyone.
He is very friendly, knows sit and can give a paw...for a treat of course.
How has this gorgeous guy ended up in the stray kennels?
He travelled really well in the car and has a wonderful temperament.
The photos aren't too good, we'll try to get some better ones when he goes out with the walkers.
We think he's a lurcher, though there could be some Saluki in the mix!!!



To view Natalie's blog on walking with Charlie-

Casper




Casper is only 12 months old and found himself in the stray kennels.
He is a very fussy, friendly boy who doesn't like being left so we are looking for a home with someone around most of the time.
Casper really needs to learn some manners around other dogs- we don't think he has had any training.
He tends to lunge towards other dogs at the moment and some dont really like this.
The services of a trainer will be provided if needed.
Can you give this energetic young boy a chance....he really shouldn't be in rescue!!

Please consider a Staffy or Staffy cross when looking to adopt a dog.
They are always overlooked due to negative portrayal and due to this sad fact many are left behind in rescues and the stray kennels. 
Despite misconceptions the Staffordshire Bull Terrier is a loyal, loving and reliable breed.
 

To view Natalie's blog on walking with Casper-


Advice & Training

Adopting a Rescue Dog Front Cover
This free book guides you through the first seven days of Adopting a Shelter Dog. With seven simple lessons, the book helps you ease the transition from shelter life to home life for you and your pup. You can download your copy here.


We recommend the services of our dog trainer
Janice Jackson who has helped out on numerous occasions with advice & help  Janice's number is-    01226 382394      or 07711937012.
Please do not ring Janice if you are wanting advice on adopting or asking us to take in an animal

 


Dogs not in rescue that are looking for new homes.
Please note - RAW are not responsible for the content of these adverts .
Do not contact RAW . Contact details included in the write up.



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