Homeless Dogs

Dogs looking for a home

Lottie

Posted on Jul 1, 2020 in Homeless Dogs

Lottie

Lottie is currently in the care of RoyalHeart Greyhound Rescue in Scotland, around 20 mins drive from Glasgow Lovely Lottie is a lively young girl who bounces happily along on the lead. She has a high prey drive, so needs an owner who is experienced with sighthounds. She is housetrained and doesn’t mind being in a crate. Lottie can be a bit scared of strange men and will bark at them, but once she knows them she is fine. A sweet girl, who can live with a male Greyhound, but cannot live with small dogs or cats. If you would like to find out more about Lottie please get in touch with us...

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Harris

Posted on Jul 15, 2019 in Homeless Dogs

Harris

Harris is currently in the care of RoyalHeart Greyhound Rescue in Scotland, around 20 mins drive from Glasgow. Stunning Harris is an adorable Galgo X who absolutely loves cuddles and would hang around your neck all day! This is part of his problem as he’s inclined to get too close and can’t cope with being alone even for a short time. Rachel thinks he was hand-reared which might help explain why he is so dependent. He doesn’t really know how to be a dog and doesn’t relate very well to other dogs. He can also be strong onlead. Consequently, he would be best rehomed as...

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Scooby

Posted on Aug 16, 2018 in Homeless Dogs

Scooby

Scooby is currently in the care of RoyalHeart Greyhound Rescue in Scotland, around 20 mins drive from Glasgow Wee Scooby the Lurcher is a handsome, strong boy who forms a loving bond with his human. We don’t know much about Scooby, but it is thought he came from a “working” background and was allowed to stray. He has been taken to an enclosed dog run a few times by one of the volunteers where he ignored some dogs and barked at others, so a home as an only dog is preferred. He is a sweet boy who loves his toys and has been waiting for his forever home for a long time! If...

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Lady

Posted on Aug 16, 2018 in Homeless Dogs

Lady

TRAGICALLY LADY DIED UNEXPECTEDLY, ONLY A SHORT TIME BEFORE SHE WAS GOING TO HER FOREVER HOME WITH HER LIFELONG COMPANION, SONNY.   EVERYONE AT THE RESCUE IS HEARTBROKEN, WE LOVED HER SO MUCH! RUN  FREE  AS  THE  WIND  BEAUTIFUL  LADY XX This is Lady a stunning black Greyhound girl. She finished racing in October 2017. She is medium sized and is 5 years old. If you would like to find out more about Lady, please get in touch with us by using the contact page. You can also enquire about any of our dogs by phoning Rachel on 07740 099 893 or 01475 540 115 any time between 10am and 6pm...

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Scruff

Posted on Jan 15, 2018 in Homeless Dogs

Scruff

Sadly, lovely boy Scruff died in March 2020. He was at least 20 years old. He spent the last period of his life, much loved in the comfort of Rachel’s home. Scruff came into rescue when his owner couldn’t look after him anymore. If you would like to find out more about Scruff please get in touch with us by using the contact page. You can also enquire about any of our dogs by phoning 07740 099 893 or 01475 540 115 any time between 10am and 6pm...

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Mabes

Posted on Dec 12, 2012 in Homeless Dogs

Mabes

Mabes is no longer available for Adoption. Mabes is a beautiful 4 year old German Shepherd/Husky.   She has had an abusive past, but is a very affectionate girl once she gets to know you.   Mabes likes her treats.   A big teddy bear...

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Fifi

Posted on Dec 12, 2012 in Homeless Dogs

Fifi

Sadly Fifi died suddenly in the house on the 27th of January 2015.   She was known as Fee by all at the kennels and was everybody’s wee Terrier.   She was loved so much and is missed dreadfully, especially by her wee pal Pudding.   Have fun at the bridge wee Fee xx Fifi is a Patterdale Terrier.   She is very vocal and loves toys and playing.   Just like the typical wee Terrier she is into everything!  She is happy to sleep in her crate.   We don’t think she has been around other dogs very much, so she would be have to be the only pet in the household.   She must be...

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