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Minstrel at Greyhound Awareness League

A Male Black Lurcher who is age ~2

Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets Not Good With Dogs

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Pet Location: Kennels

Minstrel is a lurcher, who is approximately two years old and is a gorgeous, affectionate and playful boy. In the home environment he is calm and relaxed. He loves cuddles and is fully housetrained.

Minstrel has had some basic training in the past but has also taken to clicker training with enthusiasm! He loves to interact with people, although he can be a little shy around men initially, and responds well to praise and encouragement. Minstrel bonds strongly with people and he does have some mild separation issues but these could be improved on greatly within a home environment.

We don’t think that Minstrel has had the opportunity to learn about things that he may encounter outside of the home environment and as a result finds this stressful and is not comfortable with other dogs. Minstrel would have to be the only dog in the home and he does not like cats.

Minstrel needs a special home with someone understanding who would take the time to help him gain confidence, to settle and enable him to carry on with his training plan; this would be fully supported by a Canine Behaviourist who currently is working with him. This is what she has to say about him;

‘Minstrel is a lovely boy who needs a calm environment to improve his confidence and to continue with his training. He took to agility and clicker training instantly and is improving greatly on his impulse control. Anyone who considers taking him into their home would see that with patience and understanding he has huge potential’.

Minstrel Adoption Form

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Hooper at Dogs Trust - Glasgow

A Male Black and white Crossbreed who is age 2 to 5

Not Good With Children Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: 315 Hamilton Road Uddingston Glasgow G71 7SL

Likes

Hooper is a lovely chap who loves to play fetch and adores playing with toys! He is super clever and loves to be learning new things and being rewarded for being awesome!

Type of home needed

Hooper needs an adult only home (18) and his own secure garden to practice his training in. Someone who has experience of owning dogs as an adult would help him settle. He needs a calm, quiet home with quiet areas to walk in. Someone who is willing to give him the time and space he needs to come out his shell would benefit him
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Buster SSBTR ref:14225 at Scottish Staffordshire Bull Terrier Rescue

A Male Brindle Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is age 8-9yrs

Good With Children

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Shelter Location: Scotland

Hello there My name is Buster and if you fancy having a big strapping handsome guy walking by your side then you have found him!! I am about 8/9 years old and I am looking for a home as my devoted daddy died and I went to live with my daddy’s brother. I would be better suited to kids aged 10 and over and I need an experienced owner to continue with my training. I don't like being left by myself too long and get upset even though I am a big dude I am a bit of a softy!!..so I would like my new family to have someone at home for me most of the time. I can disgrace myself if I am off the lead and decide not tae come back more so if I see a rabbit or bird and decide to play chasies.. I don't do cats so don't even go there! I am a good boy in the car and like to have my staffie seat belt on and do you know I love a bath! I love people and the company and I promise I would be a really good boy for you, I have been neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. If you think you have a place for me on your sofa, please call my wee auntie Fee on 07738268665, Lots of love Buster xxx
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Goldie at Greyhound Rescue Fife

A Male Golden Greyhound

Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: Baltree Country Centre Kinross KY13 9JY

GOLDIE is the dog that everybody loves. He is a big, happy, totally friendly, beautiful fawn boy. He absolutely loves people and would do anything to go with you for a walk or a run in your car. He gets on very well indeed with all the other greyhounds. A beautiful boy with a beautiful nature.
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ZIVA at Staffie Smiles Rescue

A Female White and Black Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is age 4-5 yr old

Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: Various Locations

UPDATE: Ziva has been with us for such a long time now, she really needs her forever home and she really does deserve it. Ziva is a very affectionate girl with so much love to give.
She is currently on a training programme with Paws for Progress. Her training had started a couple of weeks ago and things were going well till she started to vomit and get her snotty note again. She was in the vets over night to make sure everything was ok, she's not on a few meds to help her get better which has helped a lot so she should be getting back into training soon. The training is to help with feel more comfortable around other dogs. She is muzzle trained so can walk with other dogs without any worry. She has been a lot better with dogs since we got her walking regularly with other dogs while in kennels. She hasn't reacted to dogs much at all but we feel she would best being an only pet in the house.
Ziva could live with another dog as long as things are taken very slowly with her and she's given the time she needs to get used to the other dog(s). She really is a very special little girl that needs routine, love, affection and a warm cosy bed to sleep on at night.

Please get in touch with us if you can let her into your home.

Our beautiful Ziva is an affectionate small girl who loves to spend her day cuddling up or playing with her toys. She has just arrived into foster with another dog. Ziva can live with other dogs with slow intros but is not keen on cats/small furries, however loves kids and is enjoying the company of the children in her foster home. Further info on ziva will follow once she has settled into her foster home.

Ziva needs slow intros with other dogs

ZIVA Adoption Form

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Ki at Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre

A Male Dark Brindle Lurcher who is age 2 years 5 months

Good With Children

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Shelter Location: Dovecotewell, by Glencaple Dumfries Dumfries and Galloway DG1 4RH

Ref. No: 301/15
Age: 2 years 5 months
Height: Large (Large Collie to Labrador Size) | Breed: Lurcher | Colour: Dark Brindle | Sex: Male

History
Ki's owner was no longer able to take care of him and made the difficult decision to have him rehomed. He was adopted very briefly but he proved that he was very anxious when left on his own.
Description

Ki lived with 1 adult and 3 children (aged 5, 4 and 3) in his previous home and got on fine with the children. He also lived with 2 other dogs in his original home who he got on with. However, we are told that he had a go at a Chihuahua so he may not like all new dogs he meets. Ki lived with a cat previosly, however he may chase cats he comes across outside given his breed instincts. He travels fine in the car but can be cheeky by trying to get out of open windows! Ki hasn’t been left on his own much at all and finds it very scary. He will chew out of frustration and anxiousness at bring left. Due to the change of environments, Ki may need a refresher course on house training. This loveable lad is very affectionate and loves human company!
Re-homing Criteria

Ki needs an owner is able to help him overcome his anxieties about being left in the house on his own. If done correctly crate training is very beneficial. This takes time, consistency and a positive attitude. Ki may be suited to another dog too.

Ki Adoption Form

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Zeus at Staffordshire Rescue Scotland

A Male Brindle Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is age 6

Not Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets Not Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: South Lanarkshire

Zeus is very much his own man and expects that the world should revolve around him. He can be very stubborn and will often look for attention on his own terms. With gentle encouragement and the right handling though he has proven to be very affectionate and can actually be a real clown when he isn't being a moany old man. We genuinely feel he will make someone a wonderful companion as long as they are willing to accept some of his quirks

To help manage Zeus stress levels we are looking for a calm and quiet home but a sense of humour will absolutely by required. We will offer full behaviour support from a professsional behaviourist to help Zeus make the transition.

Zeus ideal home

- Zeus is used to a working home and is quite happy being left
- Children over 12 and must be dog savy
- Zeus gets on fine with other dogs and cats but we would prefer him to be an only pet to minimise the stress of introductions

Zeus Adoption Form

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Blue at Scottish Greyhound Sanctuary

A Male Blue Lurcher who is age 2

Good With Children Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Pet Location: Foster Home

Its taken us a very long time at SGS to be able to list Blue for rehoming and although we are listing him as needing rehomed, what he really needs is an extra special foster home or a super special forever home.
Blue came to us over a year ago, he was under a year and had more than his share of problems, mostly his fear of strangers.
Fiona who looks after our kennel dogs, spent a lot time gaining his trust and over time has been increasing his circle of trust and exposure to new people and new situations, Maxwell Muir, behaviour consultant from Action for Dogs http://www.action4dogs.co.uk/ has been working with Blue for the last couple of months and every session has seen Blue more relaxed when out of his comfort zone.
Although Blue has come on leaps and bounds and he's so much improved from where he was on arrival, he's still got a long way to go and anyone who was either wishing to foster or adopt Blue would have to spend time at the kennels and working alongside Maxwell and Fiona getting to know him and gaining his trust.
We would be looking for a very dog experienced quiet home, preferably without other dogs as his introductions to other dogs is still a work in progress.
Don't let all the work put you off though, Blue when he gets to know you is a super sweet, super cuddly goofy boy and he's absolutely gorgeous as well, if the right work is put in at the correct pace, this boy is going to be a fabulous pet.
In his previous life Blue lived with cats, but he hasn't had any exposure to them since he's been in our care, we can't see any reason why he couldn't go on to live with cats in the future, but that would need to assessed.
Ideally anyone who was either going to foster or adopt our gorgeous sweet boy Blue would need to live in the central Scotland area.
If you have room in your home and your hearts for Blue please visit our website http://www.scottishgreyhoundsanctuary.com where you can complete an online application form or you can email us at info@scottishgreyhoundsanctuary.com or phone us on 08456439335

Blue Adoption Form

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Penny at Underheugh Ark Rescue

A Female Tan Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is age 4

Shelter Contact Details

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Phone: 07817646427
Adoption Form

Pet Location: Glasgow

Penny is a lovely girl who has been waiting for some time to find a loving family. She loves going out for walks and getting cuddles. She's not been well socialised with dogs so would need some work on this and would prefer all attention on her so no other pets. She's good with kids over 10

Penny Adoption Form

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Thunder at Second Chances German Shepherd Rescue

A Male German Shepherd who is age 9

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Shelter Location:

Thunder is a 9 year old male. He is a well-behaved, friendly boy and has a lovely nature. Still young at heart and playful. He lives with a cat.
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Kaiser at Saints Sled Dog Rescue

A Male Grey Siberian Husky who is age 7

Good With Children Good With Dogs

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Pet Location: Glasgow

Kaiser is a big cuddle monster who loves kisses. He is great with people and adores kids. He's great with other dogs currently living with 4 other huskys he came into rescue with demon so if possible we would like them to stay together or be rehomed to a family with another dog for company.

Kaiser Adoption Form

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Rocky at Save A Staffie Scotland

A Male Brindle Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is age 2

Not Good With Children Not Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: Various Locations

Rocky is looking for a forever home as his daddy is unwell and unable to give him the care he needs.

This stunning lad is 2 years old, he cannot be rehomed with dogs or children. He has not been tested with other animals.

Rocky is microchipped and neutered.

This boy loves nothing more than cuddles with anyone who says hello.

Rocky is a big strong boy who has basic training but would benefit from further classes.

If you think you could offer this cuddle monster a forever home then please fill in an application http://www.saveastaffiescotland.com/adoption-application/

As always homechecks and a rehoming fee applies.
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Angel at KWK9 Rescue

A Female Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is age 3-4 years old

Good With Children

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Shelter Location: Various locations in KW postcode Caithness & Sutherland KW14

Angel is 3-4 years old and a delightful dog very loving and affectionate. She is Housetrained and well behaved indoors and used to children. She is spayed and microchipped and vaccinated. We think she would live best as an only dog. If you would like to adopt her please complete an application form.

Angel Adoption Form

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Chester at Dog Aid Society of Scotland

A Male Beagle / Labrador Cross who is age 1 year old

Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: 60 Blackford Avenue Edinburgh EH9 3ER

Chester is a beautiful boy who has lots of potential to be a wonderful member of your family. Chester is a friendly boy who loves to meet other dogs out and about, and will happily play with them too. He would be suited to living with an older female who can help show him the way. Unfortunately Chester doesn’t have a great recall as usually he is too distracted by using his nose and going off smelling all the wonderful scents. Chester will chase cats or small furries so we will not place him in a home where there are cats. Chester does sometimes pull when walking on a lead, however he is used to wearing a Halti which helps.

Chester enjoys when visitors come to the house and can be very excitable. He may jump up at you and doesn’t always understand personal space. Chester loves his food, especially peanut butter or cheese. He will snaffle food at any given opportunity so you will need to be careful not to leave food out or it will be gone! His favourite game is playing with a ball and would happily play all day if he could. Chester is very active and is always happy to go for his walks. He would make an ideal running buddy! Chester is very clever and knows lots of tricks. He is eager to learn and he does pick up new tricks quickly.

Chester is great in the car and will happily travel in a crate. He unfortunately can bark for a short while when he is left, however with time and patience this can be helped. He is fully housetrained and will ring bells at the back door to let you know he needs out. He is not destructive when left as such, the only thing that he does do in his current home is he chews the wood from the fire basket. Chester can resource guard some things and has been known to be possessive about his food. With positive training this can be helped.

Chester has a strong character and has lots of the Beagle traits. He will need an experienced owner who has had Beagles before. Chester would benefit from attending training classes to help bring him on which will take time and patience. As Chester isn’t great at being left alone he would like to have company during the day. Can you offer Chester a lovely active home?

As Chester is not neutered, the Society will pay for this to be done at the local vet once the dog is settled (if you live in the Edinburgh/Lothian area we ask if this can be done at ICR Veterinary Surgeons, Loanhead). This is part of the Society’s re-homing policy and promotes responsible dog ownership.

Please think carefully before applying for Chester and think how any changes in your circumstances may affect your ability to care for him. If you would like to be considered to re-home Chester please go to our website www.dogaidsociety.com and click on the green register your interest button and this will take you to our application form. Once you have completed and sent the form you will receive an automatic response to your email address that you have supplied. This means we have successfully received your application. Please note that the Society only re-homes within Scotland.

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Comet at Dogs Trust - West Calder

A Male tri-colour Crossbreed who is age 5 to 7 years old

Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: Bentyhead West Calder EH55 8LE

Likes and dislikes: Comet is a super dog who loves to explore on his walks, he likes to have a good root around in the long grass and sniff all the interesting smells. He's an intelligent boy who knows most of his basic commands and will happily show off in exchange for a few tasty biscuits. Comet is a gentle, shy guy who needs a little time to get to know you. He is a sensitive wee fellow who needs help to build his confidence.

Type of home needed: Comet would prefer a quiet home where he can relax and get to know his new owners slowly. Comet was originally a stray so needs a secure garden with people who have had dogs before. Comet has so much potential and just needs a family who can help him realise it.
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Biscuit at Dogs Trust - West Calder

A Female Tan Crossbreed who is age 8+

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Shelter Location: Bentyhead West Calder EH55 8LE

Likes and dislikes:

Biscuit is a pretty lady, she is affectionate and loving with people that she knows. She is house-trained and travels well in the car. She is a clever girl and knows all of her basic commands and is always egar to learn more.

Type of home needed:

Biscuit is looking for a calm home with owners who have had dogs before. She can be worried when left alone so would like and owner who will be at home during the day to keep her company.

Rehoming Centre:

West Calder

Dogs Trust Rehoming Centre, West Calder
Bentyhead
West Calder
EH55 8LE

Open: 12:00 - 16:00

Closed: Tuesday
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Roxy at Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home

Not Good With Children

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Shelter Location: 26 Seafield Road East Edinburgh Midlothian EH15 1EH

Hi I’m Roxy. I’m a lovely big girl with a very loving nature. I am very friendly, I like to play, and am always looking to have some fun. I’m a big strong girl, so I’m looking for an experienced owner who is used to larger dogs. I would suit a home without children, where I will be the only dog.
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Bertie at Dogs Trust - West Calder

A Male Tan Crossbreed who is age 1 to 2

Not Good With Children

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Shelter Location: Bentyhead West Calder EH55 8LE

Likes

Bertie is a 2 year old crossbreed. Bertie is a bouncy and active boy. He is a very energetic boy who enjoys going for long walks and splashing around puddles. He likes games where he can search for toys in the long grass.

Type of home needed

Bertie came to us as a stray and we have limited information on him, we will be looking for patient owners who have time to settle him in and continue with his basic training. He doesn't like being fussed over so would be best suited to an adult home with owners who will give him time to settle.

More about me

Bertie is looking to be the only pet in the home, he will make a good companion.
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Lexie SSBTR ref:15001 at Scottish Staffordshire Bull Terrier Rescue

A Female Red & White Staffordshire Bull Terrier who is age 5-7yrs

Good With Children

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Shelter Location: Scotland


Lexie SSBTR Ref: 15001

Hello, my name is Lexie, I am roughly between 5 and 7 years old.. I am looking for a new home because my daddy isn’t well and he is struggling to care for me. I am abit wary of other dogs, and I have never met a cat so I need to be the only pet in the house hold. I could live with children over 8. I don’t mind being left on my own for a few hours, I like sleeping on daddies chair when he goes out. I am good to bath. I haven’t been in a car much, daddy normally takes me on the bus. I don’t mind travelling, but it does make me shake a little bit. I am a quiet girl and very loving. I enjoy my walks, treats, and I really love cuddling up on the sofa, if you are interested in me please give Fee a call on 07738268665. Lots of love Lexie xxx
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Eric at Greyhound Rescue Fife

A Male Blue and white Greyhound

Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: Baltree Country Centre Kinross KY13 9JY

ERIC is a lovely blue and white dog. He is stunning. He is mildly strong on lead but can easily be trained to walk properly. This boy loves people and is very pleased to meet everybody. A good traveller in a car and a dog who looks very nice walking beside you. Gets on fine with other greyhounds.
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