Suzi is another dog who has suffered at the hands of humans
She is only around 3 years old yet has been used to breed multiple litters of puppies no doubt to simply line somebody's pocket.
When she was first in rescue she suffered from a skin problem but that is clear now and very simple to maintain.
Due to her having been bred so many times she is unsure of dogs who approach her from behind. Ideally, she would like to be the only dog in the household.
She is fabulous with children and would make a family a wonderful companion. However, her new family would have to remember that she is not keen on other dogs and make provision for this when out walking etc.
She is spayed, fully vaccinated, microchipped, flea'd, wormed, veterinary health checked and currently in foster care.
If you would like to meet Suzi or find out more about her please call Lorraine on 0787 656 1545 or Richard on 0794 996 1253.
Suzi is available for adoption now subject to a satisfactory homecheck and a minimum donation of £100.
Kirra is a Staffordshire Bull Terrier who will be 4 years old on 22nd September 2014.
She is very typical of the breed - friendly, exhuberant and vocal :-)
Kirra interacts really well with other dogs and could quite happily live with another male dog. She has also lived with children (though they were over the age of 7). She is NOT good with cats though!
Kirra is very vocal and will moan and chat away to you in true staffie style. She is good on the lead and clean in the house.
She adores snuggling up with a cuddly toy but would much prefer a human (or several) to share the love with.
She is spayed, microchipped, flea'd, wormed, health checked, assessed and will be fully vaccinated. If you would like to meet her, or find out more, please call Richard on 0794 996 1253 or Lorraine on 0787 656 1545.
Murdoch came to rescue at Islay Dog Rescue (Ayrshire) on the same day that Davie Murdoch and his curling team won Silver at the Winter Olympics. He had been in the pound with no name and the pound staff called him "Tubbs" .
We thought he deserved a better name than that so who better than a successful Olympian to call him after??
Murdoch is approximately 18-24 months old. He is dog friendly and can walk nicely on the lead.
He is neutered, flea'd, wormed, microchipped, health checked and will be fully vaccinated. He is really a lovely, affectionate boy who could easily live with another dog.
(In fact he and Kirra would make a beautiful pair!!)
If you are interested in meeting him please contact Richard on 0794 996 1253 or Lorraine on 0787 656 1545.
Murdoch is available for rehoming subject to a satisfactory homecheck and a minimum donation of £100.
Tinkerbell is just as sweet as her name makes her sound.
This wee dog is truly beautiful - inside and out. She ended up in the dog pound around October and this is when her pictures were taken. As you can see she was unacceptably thin
She was taken in by Homeless Hounds who have cared for her ever since. They have managed to have her fully vaccinated and she has gained some weight.
Tinkerbell is fully vaccinated, spayed, microchipped, flea'd, wormed and assessed. She is good with other dogs and keen to please. She travels really well in the car.
She is very trainable and already walks well on the lead and know how to sit upon request. This is truly a beautiful wee dog who would relish family life and the opportunity to put her past behind her.
If you would like to find out more please contact Richard on 07949961253 or Lorraine on 07876561545.
WORKING HOME ONLY
Prince is a one year old, stunningly handsome, Siberian Husky.
He is currently in foster where he has proven to be a star. During his time in foster he has successfully taken part in canicross and agility. His foster carer considers he would fit very well into a home for sledging, bikejor, canicross or agility.
Unfortunately, as a pup Prince was homed wrongly - we do not wish to make the same mistake. Whilst there are many instances of huskies living quite happily within regular family homes, if you cannot truly demonstrate that Prince will receive adequate training, socialisation and exercise then please do not apply for him.
He is good with other dogs and travels well in the car. However, he would not be able to live with cats.
He is neutered, flea'd, wormed, microchipped and assessed. He will also be fully vaccinated. If you would like to find out more, or arrange to meet him, please call Lorraine on 0787 656 1545.
He is available for rehoming subject to a successful homecheck and minimum donation of £150.
Wee teensie, weensie Tara is a Staffordshire Bull Terrier. She is very typical of the staffie breed, small in stature and huge in personality. She could be a cross but either way she is delightful.
She is the most adorable and pretty little dog you could hope to meet. In typical staffie fashion she adores people and wants to be with you all the time. Lorraine worked out in the office last week for a few hours and took Tara with her. For the first 20 minutes there was mad excitement but she was given a chew and quickly settled.
Settled so much she snored and snorted, loudly, for at least an hour.
Tara would suit a young family who are quite active. Given that she is a young girl we would like her new family to be committed to furthering her training.
She is very, very people oriented and gets on well with all the other dogs at the rescue.
She is spayed, fully vaccinated, microchipped, flea'd, wormed, assessed and veterinary health checked. This poor girl has been in rescue for three months now and she needs her own home.
If you would like to find out more, or even meet her, please call Lorraine on 0787 656 1545 or Richard on 0794 996 1253.
"Come on big guy, play with me!"
Pebbles is a 5 year old, jack russell bitch. She is very sadly available for adoption from a loving home.
Pebbles is a very loving wee girl who is affectionate, loves giving kisses, playing with her ball, getting treats and going for walks. She thrives on attention.
She travels well in the car and walks beautifully with her wee harness on. She sleeps either in her bed or in a crate.
Pebbles does not mix well with other dogs, much preferring her own company. She is quite territorial and will bark if somebody knocks on the door - though she does not mind them coming into or leaving the house - in fact, loves the attention she gets!!
However, this territorial issue has led to fights and squabbles between her and the other jack russell bitch she lives with. It is always Pebbles who starts the squabble and her owners have taken the heart breaking decision to rehome her.
She is a fantastic wee dog and they will be devastated to rehome her but want to do what is best for her and their other dogs. Pebbles is not a bad dog - she if funny, loving and loyal. However, her current situation is not working for her.
We would be looking for a home where she is the only dog and we would only rehome her with children over the age of 12.
She is spayed, fully vaccinated, microchipped, flea'd and wormed. If you would like more information please call Lorraine on 0787 656 1545 or Richard on 07949961253.