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Meet the dogs, cats and tiny animals looking for somewhere to call their forever home during National Pet Month after living in shelters. Poppy, Teddy, and Balou and Mowgli are just some of the adorable pets who long to find their forever home after spending winter in care. They're among the gorgeous line up of dogs, cats and small animals currently living at Newcastle Dog and Cat Shelter and Dogs Trust in Darlington.
And while they're being cared for by a team of dedicated and loving staff, they're looking to find a loving owner who can provide them with a happy home. Although rehoming centres are currently closed for public browsing, due to the coronavirus pandemic, staff at Newcastle Dog and Cat Shelter and Dogs Trust are still re-homing and taking in pets. Each rehoming centre will have their own Covid-safe procedures and it is best to visit their website to remain up to date with current procedures.
More information and enquiries about the pets living at Newcastle Dog and Cat Shelter can be found by visiting their website here. And details and enquiries about the dogs currently living at Dogs Trust in Darlington can be found by visiting their website here. He is currently on kennel rest from a recent operation which he is finding quite difficult as he loves to be out and about. Atticus requires an adult only home and could live with a tolerant, well behaved dog if required who could help show him the ropes.
Atticus is currently living at Darlington Dogs Trust while he waits for his forever home. He is described as a sweet, affectionate boy who has lovely manners, unless food is around. He will counter surf so his new home will need 'greyhound proofing'. Paddy is over-stimulated by other animals running so care will be needed out on a walk. He would love a nice home with all the home comforts, where he can a Puppies free to good home north east snooze on a comfy bed after his walk.
Paddy arrived at Dogs Trust in Darlington with his sister Gin featured belowhowever the trust would look at rehoming them either together or separately. Paddy could live with children of secondary school age if required and may live with another dog.
Gin the Greyhound is aged between one and two years old and is the sister of Paddy featured above. The pair are currently living at Dogs Trust in Darlington while they wait for their forever home. Gin and Paddy can be rehomed together or separately.
However, Gin would need a home with another dog if she is rehomed without her brother. Gin is described as a lovely social girl who adores her grub and is a bit of a counter surfer. She's also toy-mad and enjoys dashing about Puppies free to good home north east them around.
She is not keen on being left alone and does crave company. She would require someone at home to help build up time left alone. She also requires care on walks as she is overly stimulated by other animals running. Oj is described as a handsome boy who has a sensitive side and needs patient and understanding owners to show him the world isn't a scary place. He is currently living at Dogs Trust in Darlington while he waits for his forever home and is coming out of his shell daily and showing off his lovely personality. Oj is looking for a quiet adult only home, with owners who are around all the time to help build up his leaving hours.
He could live with another calm dog. Dexter is aged between five and seven years old and is described as a big personality who likes to charge at life full throttle. He adores food and likes to run through his entire repertoire of tricks for a treat.
He likes the company of people and enjoys playing with his toys but sometimes likes to keep his favourites to himself. Dexter will enjoy a home where he gets the companionship of people so he can learn it's okay to be left gradually. He has been doing incredibly well with the training he has been receiving at the centre, so new owners need to be willing to work alongside the behaviour team to continue with it during the transition into a new environment.
He needs a quiet home with minimal visitors and no children and would ideally find a home close to Dogs Trust as he doesn't enjoy car journeys. Poppy the Rough Collie is over eight years old and is living at Dogs Trust in Darlington while she waits for her forever home.
Poppy is described as a sweet gentle lady, who will make a great companion for someone who wants lots of love and affection. She walks nicely on lead and knows some commands. She needs understanding owners who have time to help build her confidence as she is a sensitive soul. Poppy is looking for an adult only home with new owners who will help her adapt to her new life and be understanding of her fears around noise and busy environments.
She will require support around times like bonfire night and new owners will need to offer a safe a place for her to seek refuge should she require it.
Poppy is fully housetrained and can be left for up to four hours if required. She has some typical Collie traits so any experience of this is a bonus. Chase the Lurcher is aged between one and two years old. He is currently living at Darlington Dogs Trust while he waits for his forever home. He is described as full of energy and fun. He has few manners and has not had much training in his life so will need dedicated owners to start this from scratch.
He can live with older teens over 16 years, as he can be very giddy and has few manners, and also may live with the right dog, though it will need to be a very tolerant housemate. Chase does have a lot of learning to do, but he should make an eager pupil and will be a fun dog to own. New owners will need to be around for most of the day to put this in place. Rowland the Greyhound X Collie is aged between two and five years old. He's been living at Darlington Dogs Trust for a of months while he waits for Puppies free to good home north east forever home.
Rowland is a bit sensitive, but very loving and people orientated. He does need to work on his dog skills, as he can be vocal around them. Rowland has three legs having lost one after an accident early on in life. But he manages super well without it. Boots the Greyhound is over eight years old and described as a beautiful older lady who is looking for her retirement home.
She is an affectionate lady with the best manners. Company and cuddles is the two things she needs in her life. Boots is looking for a quiet home where she can live the life of luxury. She can live with another dog and teens over the age of 14 years. She would prefer someone around most of the day. Boots has some ongoing medical care which Dogs Trust staff can advise on. Robbie the Lab cross is aged between five and seven years old and is currently living at Darlington Dogs Trust while he waits for his forever home.
He is described as a bit of a whirlwind, therefore owners will need to be active to keep up with him. Robbie will need training starting from scratch and is looking for owners who have successfully trained a dog ly as he will require a lot. Training staff can advise on this. She is described as a cheery, playful, sassy girl who will make a fab addition. Puppies free to good home north east has a cheeky side and can be on the look out for food at first.
She's ex-racer and really deserves to be able to enjoy life in a home. She is affectionate and absolutely loves people. Dory is a confident and fun lady and can be left for three-and-a-half hours at present with no problems. She is a girl of routine and due to change unsettling her, she would need multiple meets with new owners to build a bond. She is currently living at Darlington Dogs Trust while she waits for her forever home.
Chucky the Staffordshire Cross SBT is six years old and is described as a full of fun boy who lives life at mph. He is constantly on the go and would prefer to have company so his leaving hours can be built up gradually.
Chucky will require some training and learning some manners and is looking for a home that can keep him active both mentally and physically. He is currently living at Darlington Dogs Trust while he waits for his forever home and will be a fun addition and lovers of the breed will love him. He is described as a beautiful boy who enjoys a fuss from his carers, but can take a little while to get to know new people. Due to this he will need a quiet home with minimal visitors and no visiting children.
Teddy requires an owner very experienced in the care of GSDs and will require management around food in the home as he enjoys his food a little too much.
Teddy needs an adult only home with a quiet environment and a very secure well fenced in garden, with no walkways around. He must be muzzled and on lead at all times when out in public, new owners need to consider this. Dogs Trust explain that due to his handsome good looks people will want to dash over to him on walks but he can be uncomfortable with people approaching him so should be walked in quiet areas to help with this.
Kara the Akita is eight years old. She's currently living at Darlington Dogs Trust while she waits for her forever home. She is a beautiful girl who is looking for a quieter adult home where she gets the attention and play time that she loves. Kara is very affectionate and very playful.Puppies free to good home north east
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