Rehoming

Rehoming your Dog

lf you feel you have absolutely no choice but to re-home your dog then please contact us, and we will do our upmost to help you,

If you obtained your dog from a Breeder, then you should contact the breeder. A good responsible Breeder will take back a dog they have bred at any point in its life. Give them a call and ask for help.

Being a small rescue with limited space and limited foster carers, any dog coming to us for rehoming, must remain with you until a place becomes available at the rescue.

In emergency cases we can arrange to take a dog into foster care.

Offering a home to a rescue dog

Please email us if you are interested in rehoming one of our dogs. On our rehoming page,

Some of the dogs that come into rescue need nursed back to full health, this takes time, in some cases we also need to put in a lot of time and training before we consider putting any of our dogs up for rehoming,

All our dogs are fully assessed in a home environment and cared for by their dedicated foster carer, where they remain until they are rehomed.

We do not do long term kennelling of our dogs as we feel that is it not good for them mental stimulation,

Anyone wishing to adopt from must be willing to undergo a home checked and vetting process before being allowed to adopt any of our dogs,

Animals cannot be reserved or rehomed by telephone or online. Not every Staffordshire Bull Terrier in our care is on our website, as some dogs may be subject to court cases. 

Our rehoming fee is £175

Included in this cost are the following:

Fully Vet Checked
Vaccinated
Neutered
Dental
Microchipped
Wormed
Flea treated
And any other veterinary care that is needed

They are rehomed with a rehoming pack that has all the information you need to know about your new dog, Collar & Lead, Bag of Food, Toys.

We also offer full rescue back up for life and access to our behaviourist/dog trainer.

We are only a phone call away if you ever need any help or advice.

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