The RSPCA would like the publics help in finding new homes for these 8 dogs.
The gentle giant Ki!
Ki is 3 year old neutered American Bull Dog.
Ki is to be rehomed as an only pet.
Ki is a very strong young boy and will need a few days to settle in to his new home but once he has settled he will make himself at home and be your best companion.
This is Bobby.
Bobby is 2 year old neutered male jack russel X chihuahua.
Bobby is suitable to be rehomed with children 8+.
Bobby cannot be rehomed with another dog.
Bobby can be rehomed with a cat as he has lived with cats before and was ok with them.
Bobby loves human company and we feel he will make a great family dog.
This is Larka!
Larka is 1 years old Siberian Husky.
Larka can live with children 8+.
Larka cannot live cats.
Larka could possibly be rehomed with another dog depending on compatibility.
Larka is a very lively young girl who needs an experienced owner and can only be left for short periods of time.
Teddy is a lovely big friendly dog!
We are looking for people who know and understand the breed.
Teddy cannot be rehomed with children or any other animals.
Hooch is a lovely natured 7 year old neutered female Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
Hooch can be rehomed with children 12+
Hooch could possibly be rehomed with another dog if compatible.
Hooch is not suitable to be rehomed with cats.
This is Lola,
Lola is a 1 year old neutered Grey and White Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
Lola is an adorable girl who is very friendly and lively girl.
Lola would thrive in an active household.
Lola can be rehomed with children 10+.
Spot is a lovely 2 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
Spot is a friendly and affectionate boy who loves human company.
Spot can be rehomed with children 5+
Spot cannot be rehomed with cats
Spot needs a home where someone is around most of the day.
Cruse is in need of an adult only home.
Cruse will require regular varied exercise to keep him stimulated, he appears to be good with other dogs as he is confident but he needs the other dogs to respect his space.Cruse has a knee cap that moves out of place it is a condition which needs to be monitored as it will turn into arthritis when older.