Last updated: 14th September
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9 year old Bonnie is a lovely natured girl who is young at heart. She loves cuddles and will lick you to death if you let her! She is good with dogs and kids, but not cats. She would benefit from some basic training as she pulls on the lead and isn’t great at recall. She does get a little anxious when left alone but she soon settles. She guards the house well by barking at people going past, but she welcomes anyone coming into the house in true Boxer fashion – wiggly bum and face licks!
Bonnie is currently in foster with 2 resident dogs and we’re looking for a forever home where she can continue to enjoy canine company. If you think you can offer her a loving forever home please complete our online application
7 year old Milly is a very pretty girl who is much more youthful than her age - she loves her walks! She is a well-behaved dog who loves company and affection. She is good with dogs and children, she’s toilet trained and knows her basic commands, including recall. She is quite a nervous dog but wants to trust you as soon as you put the lead on her, even though she’s afraid.
Milly is currently in kennels but when she was at home she developed a fear of men whilst inside the house. Outside the house she is very relaxed and fine with all people and dogs, but indoors she is afraid of men which can make her defensive and sometimes fear aggressive, but only to males.
Since being in kennels the staff have been working with her and she is now best friends with the 2 male staff who look after her, so this is very encouraging. She has also been introduced to as many men as possible when out walking and has not reacted to them. We are looking for a forever home where Milly can get the love and attention she needs and where she feels safe and secure. If you think can offer Milly what she needs please complete our online application
This is Shankly and he is 6 years old. He is a loving and generally well behaved dog, responsive to commands and not destructive when left. He can display guarding behaviour but responds well to correction. He will also pull to other dogs and bark at them when out walking but again will respond to firm correction. He is able to interact with other dogs if the introductions are managed correctly and is currently sharing a kennel with another boxer. Shankly needs a dog and child free home with an experienced owner – if you feel you could give Shankly the forever home that he’s looking for, you will be well rewarded as he really is a loveable boy
This is 5 year old Molly and she’s a very large, very strong, very friendly and very typical boxer! She’s a bouncy, playful girl who loves balls and toys and wants to be involved in everything that’s going on! She needs some training to walk well on the lead and she’s currently learning to walk calmly using a canny collar. She loves her walks but hasn’t been getting the exercise she needs, so it’s likely her excitable nature will calm a little once she starts a regular exercise regime.
Molly is dog friendly but she hasn’t been allowed to associate with many dogs in her life so she would benefit from some socialisation training. She loves human company and will do anything to stay close to you so we’re looking for a forever home where she won’t be left for long periods and where she’ll get the exercise and stimulation she needs.
Molly is a confident girl with a biddable nature and a real pleasure to be around. If you think you can offer her a forever home please complete our online application
At 11 years of age, Keeley really is a Golden Oldie! She is a beautiful, well mannered and well behaved girl who loves attention and can be very playful. She is very gentle towards children and plays well with them and is a quiet dog who only really ever barks at the postman or at cats that come into her garden! She will let you know when she wants to go to the toilet and she loves going for walks, but she does pull on the lead.
In her younger days, Keeley used to enjoy playing catch, but she can now get sore and stiff in her back and hips, so calmer exercise is advised. She has not been properly socialised with other dogs so doesn’t really know how to behave around them, so would benefit from some socialisation training.
Keeley is coming into our care because her family are moving abroad and can’t take her with them. She is currently left home alone for up to 9 hours a day, so she is looking for a home where she can enjoy a lot of human company in her final years. If you think you can offer Keeley a loving forever home, please complete our application to adopt