Dogs Needing a Home

Are you a responsible owner, looking for a lovable dog to complete your household?

If you think that you can give a home to one of our Happy Endings dogs then please call us on 01795 530371 or email

The Kennels are closed to the public, but if you would like to come and visit us between 2pm & 4pm any day, we will be happy to discuss the dogs we have available and introduce them to you if they are suitable. (Please note that our aim is to introduce you to your prospective dog on the day you visit, however priority is given to pre-booked appointments)

If you have seen a specific dog that you are interested in, please call beforehand to ensure that dog is still available.

If you are looking to adopt a dog please note not all our dogs make it to the website as we also use social media sites to advertise them (see links at top of page), if you are not a user of these sites please feel free to email us and we can update you.

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Tia - 6yrs

6yr old cross breed Tia is the most sweet natured sensitive girl. She is used to family life and has lived happily with Children and other dogs. Tia misses her home comforts and will be a loyal companion for who ever is lucky enough to adopt her. Please email if you feel you could offer her the home she so desperately longs for

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Flounder - Older

Flounder is a very loving and affectionate little old man who wants a lap to curl up on and all the strokes that he can get. Flounder would love a quieter home where he can plod around. He isn’t used to going out for walks. A lead and harness are alien to him, so this will take time and patience. He has collected some lumps and bumps over the years and sadly has very few teeth left in his head as his mouth was in an desperate state on arrival. Great with other dogs and has been fine around the cats here at the centre. Please email if you are interested in offering Flounder the retirement home he deserves.

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Ariel - 3 Approx

Ariel is a terrier x and sadly hasn’t been shown much kindness in her short life. As a result she is very nervous of new people that she meets. Once she knows you, she is a very loving girl. Her adoptee will need to be very patient and allow her time to come out of her shell. She has never been walked on a lead so this will take time and work. Ariel is great with other dogs and we feel will come round quicker in a home with an existing confident dog who can show her the ropes. We also think that she will benefit from a quieter home without very young children. If you feel that you can offer this girl the home she so desperately deserves please email

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