Molly and Lois have been waiting for their new forever home far too long.

Molly is a black spotted 8 year old spayed bitch who requires a new home along with her daughter Lois.  Molly and Lois are deaf and do require full sign training from scratch.  Molly is house trained, friendly, and behaves well around children and other dogs, however she can be boisterous and play rough so requires a home without children or other dogs.

Molly is not cat tested therefore requires a home without cats.

Lois is a 6 year old bitch who is house trained and is used to being left for short periods. She finds the world around her a little overwhelming and can become worried by strangers and other dogs so will require some time, training and patience.

Please consider adopting Molly and Lois who are only missing one of thier five senses and can adapt, understand and learn with time and patience.

Deaf dog training is easy and rewarding!

Recommended reading –

Hear, Hear! A Guide to training a deaf dog – by Barry Eaton

Living with a Deaf Dog. Advice, facts and experiences about canine deafness – by Susan Cope Becker.

Websites –

DDEAT – Covering deaf dog issues

The Deaf Dog Network

Lois
Molly

Oscar has been adopted.

Oscar is a 6 year old castrated male who is looking for a new home through no fault of his own. He is vaccinated and micro-chipped and his worm and flea treatments are up to date.

Child friendly – currently lives with children. Ideally suitable to live with children over the age of 10 years.

Dog friendly – currently lives with a female springer spaniel.

Cat friendly – has lived with a cats and other small animals.

Oscar can be boisterous when out and he has no recall so is currently walked on the lead and our assessor commented he didn’t pull strong on the lead.

Oscar loves fuss and attention.

Oscar is a friendly, lively boy who has not received little training so would benefit from ‘back to basics’.

Scout has been adopted.

Scout is a black spotted castrated male who is looking for a new home through no fault of his own.  He’s a lovable boy who loves attention. His vaccinations are up to date. He does require a diet for the management of bladder stones but is currently not on any other medication.  He has no problems with people/strangers, just a typical excitable Dalmatian.  Scout is not cat tested so will not be suitable for a home with cats, however he can live with children over 7 years. Please speak with our dog re-homing coordinator for more information.  

Scout 

Adorable Lois is looking for a new home.

Lois is a black spotted 6  year old bitch who requires a new home. Her mum Molly is also looking for a new home, however, we think Lois would benefit from a home without other dogs.  Lois is deaf and does require full sign training from scratch. Lois is house trained and is used to being left for short periods.

Lois finds the world around her a little overwhelming, and can become worried by strangers and other dogs so will require some time, training and understanding.

Lois requires a adult only home without other dogs or cats.

Please consider adopting Lois, who is only missing one of her five senses and can adapt, understand and learn with time and patience.

Deaf dog training is easy and rewarding!

Recommended reading –

Hear, Hear! A Guide to training a deaf dog – by Barry Eaton

Living with a Deaf Dog. Advice, facts and experiences about canine deafness by Susan Cope Becker.

Websites –

DDEAT – Covering deaf dog issues

The Deaf Dog Network

Sweet Molly is looking for a home

Molly is a black spotted 8 year old spayed bitch who requires a new home along with her daughter Lois.  Molly is deaf and does require full sign training from scratch.  She is house trained, friendly, and behaves well around children and other dogs, however she can be boisterous and play rough so requires a home without children or other dogs.

Molly is not cat tested therefore requires a home without cats.

Please consider adopting Molly, who is only missing one of her five senses and can adapt, understand and learn with time and patience.

Deaf dog training is easy and rewarding!

Recommended reading –

Hear, Hear! A Guide to training a deaf dog – by Barry Eaton

Living with a Deaf Dog. Advice, facts and experiences about canine deafness – by Susan Cope Becker.

Websites –

DDEAT – Covering deaf dog issues

The Deaf Dog Network

 

Pepper has now been adopted.

Pepper is a 6 year old black spotted spayed bitch who requires a new home due to no fault of her own.

Our assessor describes Pepper as a lovely dog who I could happily have brought home if I didn’t have a houseful already😆 Pepper is high energy so would therefore suit an active family who have the time to give Pepper plenty of exercise and simulation.

Pepper’s behaviour in the home was very friendly. Happy and healthy. She bounded around the room after a spiky dog ball.
Pepper does pull on the lead but with the right home and training this can be improved on.

Pepper does require a home with no other dogs or pets and will require some training around other dogs which welfare with help with. 

 

 

 

 

Crystal has now been adopted.

Crystal is looking for a new home (photo to follow).

Crystal is a 2 year old liver spotted bitch who requires a new home. She is micro-chipped, vaccinated and fully house trained and knows some basic commands.

Crystal behaves well around people, strangers and children and is playful around other dogs.

Crystal is not cat tested and is waiting assessment.