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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 info@happyendingsrescue.org.

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 loooking 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 call us and we can update you.

Ace 2
Name: Ace
Age: 10 Yrs
Size: Large
Can live with dogs? Possibly
Can live with cats? No
Can live with children? Older

Ace

Ace has quickly become one of the favourites amounst the dog team. He is Deer hound x Wolf hound so abit of a gentle giant. Coming from the same place as Blue (below) he has had a hard time living outside. Ace is so loving and obedient. We would love to find the perfect home for him so he can have some much needed comfort and luxuries.

Rosie
Name: Rosie
Age: 18 months
Size: Medium/Large
Can live with dogs? Yes
Can live with cats? No
Can live with children? Older

Rosie

Rosie is a fantastic dog who would love to find somewhere to call home. She's great out on a walk and seems fine with other dogs. Her recall is very good and she loves a frisbee. If you feel you could offer this delightful girl a forever home please get in contact with us.

Name: Bailey
Age: 4 Yrs
Size: Medium
Can live with dogs? Possibly
Can live with cats? No
Can live with children? Older
Bailey

Bailey

Bailey is a very loving dog who previously lived with an older lady, who is now in a care home. He did live with other dogs but sadly they were attacking him. Although hes only 4, he has already been through alot. He was diagnosed with cancer in his bottom jaw and as a result had to have part of his jaw amputated. This doesnt effect him but does add to his charactor.

Name: Milo
Age: 2 yrs
Size: large
Can live with dogs? yes
Can live with cats? no
Can live with children? older
milo lurcher

Milo

Milo is in a foster home with another dog and he gets on great with her he also mixes well with other dogs in the playing field. He's very good in and around the home, He is also crate trained. If you feel you have space on your sofa for Milo then please get in touch with us.

Name: Blue
Age: 10 Yrs
Size: Medium
Can live with dogs? Possibly
Can live with cats? No
Can live with children? Older
Blue

Blue

Blue came into us in abit of a state. After spending most of his life living in a kennel, he needed a good bath and pamper session. Now being an older lad, although still full of life, he would love some home comforts! We are looking for a very special and understanding home for this loving lurcher terrier cross.

Arnie
Name: Arnie
Age: 9 months
Size: small
Can live with dogs? yes
Can live with cats? no
Can live with children? Older

Arnie

Arnie is full of fun and play. Everything is a potential game. He would love an active home where he can live life to the full. Arnie is a clever boy and would love to learn some new tricks. With a bit of work this boy will make a great additon to the household. we feel that Arnie would be best suited to a home without young childen as they are far to exciting.

Name: Bobbie
Age: 9yrs
Size: Small
Can live with dogs? Yes
Can live with cats? No
Can live with children? Older
Bobbie

Bobbie

Bobbie is hoping that someone special will come along and see beyond her breed. This picture is deceiving, she is a small staffordshire bull terrier in need of lots of love and a cozy sofa to snuggle up on. Bobbie is great with other dogs and in general has a very loving and affectinate nature. she will be a great companion for someone willing to give her a chance.

Name: Kai
Age: 4 Years
Size: Large
Can live with dogs? Yes
Can live with cats? No
Can live with children? Older
kai (rs)

Kai

Kai is a friendly outgoing Husky. He is looking for a home that has expierence of the breed and will continue training with this very bright lad. Kai seems fine with the other dogs and just thinks everything is a game. We are still testing him with cats so will update his profile once fully tested. If you feel you could offer Kai a forever home please contact us.

Yogi
Name: Yogi
Age: 7/8 yrs
Size: Large
Can live with dogs? Yes
Can live with cats? No
Can live with children? Older

Yogi

Yogi takes everything in his stride, He's great on the lead and loves a plod around the field. He does love a tennis bvall too. He seems fine with with other dogs here and would say he would be able to live with a female dog. If you feel you could offer this gental gaint a home then please get in contact with us.

Funny

Funny

Funny is a great dog he's been fine with the dogs here on walks and in the playing field, He's a dog that just wants to have fun. Funny would need to go into a home where he could have a routine and start a dog traing corse. Please look beyond the breed of this boy and come and meet him he truly is a great dog. If you feel you could offer this super boy a forever home get in touch

Name: Funny
Age: 2 Yrs
Size: Small/Medium
Can live with dogs? Yes
Can live with cats? No
Can live with children? Older
Missy
Name: Missy
Age: 2 Yrs
Size: Medium
Can live with dogs? Possibly
Can live with cats? No
Can live with children? Older

Missy

Missy is your typical staffy girl who loves playing in the field and loves you kicking a ball for her. Missy seems fine with the male dogs here so we would want her to either live on her own or with a neutered male dog, On walking her past other dogs she is non reactive so feel with further training she would be a great dog.

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