Rescue Scottish Pets

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18+ found for rescue

Jewel at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Jewel at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Are you right for Jewel?

Jewel is looking for a home with her best friend Teddy. They are looking to have a home with someone around for most of the day, but could be left alone for a couple of hours, as long as this is built up slowly. Jewel can be unsure of new people at first, but soon warms up as long as she is given her own space and time. Jewel and Teddy are looking to have direct access to their own private garden with a 4ft fence.

Is Jewel right for you?

Teddy is a 5 year old chihuahua and he found himself in our care through no fault of his own. She is just looking to share with Teddy, but not with any other dogs, but they are able to share with cats and children aged 10 years and over. They are such a cute pair who are going to make a wonderful addition to a home.

Jupiter at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Jupiter at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Are you right for Jupiter?

Jupiter is a 5 year old Dobermann cross who is looking for someone to be his best friend for life! This affectionate boy is looking for an adult only home with people of 18 years and older. Jupiter requires direct access to his own private garden that is fully secured with a 6ft minimum fence. This will allow him a safe space of his own to play fetch and explore peacefully. As Jupiter does struggle when he spots dogs or people in the distance, he will need to be exercised out and about on a lead and muzzle. Jupiter is really friendly with people that he knows and adores playing games, getting back scratches and snuggling in on the sofa. He would like to have all the attention as the only pet in the home. Having someone around for most of the day would be great but he could be left for a few hours once settled. Jupiter will make a really fun and loving companion for the right person.

Is Jupiter right for you?

A committed owner with previous experience of owning a dog as an adult is essential as we are looking for him to continue his training. Jupiter's ideal home would be nice and rural so he wouldn't worry about the stresses of strangers (people and dogs). Jupiter is fully housetrained and really enjoys his home comforts but a tennis ball is his favourite thing in the world!

Layla at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Layla at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Are you right for Layla?

Lovely Layla is a 4 year old collie cross who is looking for an active home in a quiet environment. This beautiful girl would be best suited to a family who have had dogs before and she would like to have direct access to her very own secure garden with a 5ft minimum fence. Since Layla will need to be kept on lead whilst in public, this gives her her own safe space to frolic and relax in. Her garden will need to be secure as she has proven herself to be quite the Houdini in the past! This gorgeous girl would be happy to be left for 3-4 hours a day and could share her home with older children - 16 years and over.

Is Layla right for you?

Layla's ideal day is filled with bacon and listening to Beyoncé so she is a girl after our own hearts! Layla is reactive at cyclists and/or some larger dogs, so her new family would need to work with her on this and she is unable to share her home with other animals. Layla will also require multiple meets at the centre to build a relationship with her new adopters before going home.

Milo at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Milo at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Are you right for Milo?

Milo is a happy hound who is looking for a very active family who love hiking and long walks and can share his home with people over the age of 16. In typical hound fashion, this boy loves his grub and will do anything for a tasty treat! He is a smart fella who is looking to be kept busy - mentally and physically in his new home. This sweet boy is looking for direct access to a secure garden with a minimum of 5ft fencing. Milo is looking to be the only pet in the home but would definitely benefit from socialising with other dogs on his walks.

Is Milo right for you?

Milo can have limited recall, especially around distractions such as dogs, so will only be able to be let off lead in secure areas where he can continue to work on his recall. Milo can struggle when he is left alone so will need a training minded family who can work with him on being left alone. He will make a fabulous addition to somebody who has some experience, especially with hounds. Milo will require multiple meets at the centre prior to adoption to build a relationship with his new family, which may include home visits.

Heidi at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Heidi at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Are you right for Heidi?

Heidi is a brilliant girl with so much potential! Heidi favourite thing is to play tug-of-war and she is a big fan of her snacks! She is approximately 5 years old and looking for an experienced home where she can continue to work on her basic training and dog socialisation. We have very limited information regarding Heidi's past, so we have no information regarding how Heidi will be in the home, especially in regards to being left alone, house-training and travelling in a car. She does require direct access to her own secure garden with a 6ft fence so she has somewhere safe to zoomie! Heidi will need to be kept on a lead whilst in public and is looking for an adult only home.

Is Heidi right for you?

Heidi is looking to be the only pet in the home as she isn't a big fan of when dogs approach her personal space. Ideally, her new home would have some access to quieter areas for her to walk in but she is comfortable walking past dogs, socially distanced! This gorgeous girl can be overwhelmed when visiting the vets, which she has worked with our training team on. Heidi wears a muzzle during her vet visits and has a routine which allows her to be seen safely. She does have some pain in her hips which is managed with daily medication but our veterinary team will happily discuss this in more detail with her family prior to adoption. This girl may be a little bit of a project dog and does require some assistance to realise that the world isn't as scary as she thinks it is but she will make a very rewarding dog to the right family.

Bruce at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Bruce at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Are you right for Bruce?

Bruce is a distinguished gentleman at 11 years old. He is a friendly fella who loves getting attention from people so would be happy to share his home with children aged 10 years and over, and/or other dogs. Bruce sadly found himself back in our care due to not settling at home and being uncomfortable around certain aspects of handling, we'd be looking for his new family to be happy to visit multiple times in order to build a relationship with him before taking him home.

Is Bruce right for you?

Bruce is able to be left for a couple of hours a day, but this should be built up to gradually, he's looking for access to his own private garden to enjoy pottering around in, this loveable lad enjoys trips in the car and playing tug. He will make a fabulous addition to those willing to give an older gent a retirement home!

Bear at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Bear at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Are you right for Bear?

Bear is 7 year old Yorkie who is looking for a hands off home with a family who have previously owned a rescue dog of a similar breed. Bear is uncomfortable around handling and prefers his own space over being a little lap dog, he would benefit from having quiet places around the home to retreat to if feeling overwhelmed. Although Bear enjoys being around other dogs, he would prefer to have his home to himself. He would also love to have his own private garden that can be accessed straight from the home that has a 5ft minimum fence. Bear will need to be kept on lead whilst out in public due to his high prey drive and worried behaviour. He would also be looking for any children in the home or visiting to be 16 years and over, he would benefit from a quiet home with limited visitors.

Is Bear right for you?

Bear is able to be left for a couple of hours a day, but we would recommend building this time up gradually. When he was younger, he had an unfortunate incident in the groomers which has led to him being unsure by grooming and getting veterinary care. To keep him safe, he will need to wear a muzzle when he is at the vets or groomers. He would like a patient family who can work on these things slowly and take extra care in these scenarios. This little lad does have a medical condition which we can discuss with any potential adopters in more detail. He is a wee gem who can take his time to build up trust, so he will require multiple meets at the centre. Once he trusts you, he loves to play with his squeaky toys and heading out in the car for a fun adventure!

Chase at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Chase at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Are you right for Chase?

Chase is an energetic and friendly fella looking for a family who can continue his basic training, including calm behaviours and loose lead walking. He is a 2 year old German Shepherd who requires a lot of mental stimulation so he would love a family who would enjoy keeping him busy, and who are able to physically manage him on the lead! Chase requires direct access to a secure garden that has a 6ft fence and he is looking to learn how to socialise with other dogs who aren't too bouncy as he can be reactive to other dogs. For this reason, he is looking to be the only pet in the home and cannot live with children under the age of 16. Chase would also benefit from quiet, dog-free areas to walk in. He is able to be left for 3-5 hours a day, as long as this is built up slowly.

Is Chase right for you?

Chase adores people and soft toys and also fully believes that he is the size of a lap dog! This fantastic fluffy boy will thrive in a home that are happy to spend time training and exercising him. He is an excitable lad who will require a home that doesn't have too many stairs as he does have a medical condition that will require further management. Our vet team would be happy to discuss this with any potential adopters. Chase can get stressed when visiting the vets, but the behaviour team will discuss how he is managed in this scary environment to help minimise his stress. He is a fabulous boy who is going to make a wonderful addition to the right home!

Heather at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Heather at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Are you right for Heather?

Heather is a beautiful girl who is looking for a switched on home where she can continue her training. She is looking for a home with direct access to a secure and private garden with a 5ft fence, where she can zoomie around to her heart's content. Heather is able to share her home with children 16 years and over and could benefit from living with other dogs. She would be comfortable being left alone for 3-4 hours a day but we recommend building this up gradually.

Is Heather right for you?

A home in a quiet environment would be best suited to Heather as she can be sensitive to loud noises including traffic. As she is just 4 months old, she will automatically be enrolled into our Dog School Training classes for an additional fee of £60. Heather has had a couple of homes already at just 4 months old so she is looking for a dedicated family who can build her confidence and help her to thrive. She is super smart as a German Shepherd x Collie and would love someone who is willing to take her to classes to help channel this energy such as agility.

Captain at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Captain at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Are you right for Captain?

Captain is a loving and affectionate dog with his friends but can be a little bit worried by new people, so having space to separate him from visitors is ideal. He can also be reactive towards other dogs so having more rural areas to explore will make walkies more enjoyable for both Captain and his owner. He must be the only pet in the home and we are confident that he will enjoy being the centre of attention. He is very affectionate with his family, he will try to give kisses when he can and enjoys snuggles on the sofa. Despite this, it would be best for Captain to live with children aged 16 years and older as we are unsure of his experience with young kids. Captain would prefer to have someone around for most of the day to help him adjust, but once settled he could be left for a couple of hours. He will need direct access to his own secure garden with 6ft fence to give him somewhere safe to enjoy some time off lead as he will need to remain on lead when in public places.

Is Captain right for you?

We are looking for an experienced owner with a quiet home to allow Captain to reach his full potential. He is a firm favourite with staff and will make a great companion in the right home. This older gent deserves home comforts but is not quite ready to retire - he is sure to make an excellent companion in the right home!

Jack at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Jack at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Are you right for Jack?

Jack is a wonderful 10 year old boy who is full of fun and energy. He is looking for a home with a family that has rescue dog experience and is happy to walk him in quiet areas where he can relax and enjoy exploring with his new family. This beautiful boy sure knows how to relax, and loves to chill on the sofa and is a total couch potato! He can live with children aged 14 years and above. Jack will need a home with its own secure private garden with a 6ft fence where he can run around or walk at a leisurely pace, and spend lots of time with his new family. When he is out in public he should be kept on lead and muzzle at all times, as he is uncomfortable around other dogs. Don’t let that put you off this wonderful boy though as he will make a brilliant addition to a family.

Is Jack right for you?

Jack adores getting lots of fuss and cuddles from those he knows but he can take a couple of meets before he shows you just how affectionate he can be. He is super smart and just loves getting to learn lots of new tricks especially if he gets a tasty treat too! This beautiful boy is always putting a smile on our faces with his fun loving personality.

Jasper at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Jasper at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Jasper's ideal home

Sweet boy Jasper is a very intelligent boy who loves his toys and learning new tricks! He is looking for a home with an experienced family who have had rescue dogs or similar breeds before. Jasper requires his own direct access, secure garden with a 5ft fence as he will need to be kept on lead whilst he is in public, and wearing a muzzle when he is in stressful situations, such as really busy places. This allows him to have a safe space to run around and zoomie in! Jasper is happy to walk with dog friends but would prefer to be the only pet in the home as he is quite indifferent with other dogs. Jasper is looking for a family who will always be at home with him, especially whilst he is settling in. We think he'd be able to be left for 2-3 hours once he has settled in, as long as this is built up gradually. He is looking to be the only pet in the home, and he can live with children aged 16 years and older.

Could you be Jasper's perfect match?

Jasper is a wonderful lad who enjoys his home comforts and training sessions, and he is house-trained. Whilst he can be a little worried in new situations or by new people, he does build fantastic bonds and then he absolutely loves a cuddle! He may need to be managed carefully in the home around high value items to prevent him from becoming over stimulated, using baby gates etc. Jasper loves his toys - his favourite is a squeaky toy or a tennis ball! This beautiful boy struggles to settle in new environments so would require multiple meets at the centre, and home visits, to help set him up for success in his new home. He will really make a rewarding pet in the right home.

Bree at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Bree at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Bree's ideal home

Beautiful Bree is a 2 year old girl who loves to play with her ball! She is a friendly lady who loves meeting people and other dogs and is really playful! She could live with another dog and she has happily shared her home with one before. Bree has shown that she isn't comfortable around children so is looking for an adult only home, and this does include visitors. Bree has also been trained to wear a muzzle during stressful situations, which also includes when fast-moving things pass her such as cyclists. This lovely lurcher would like direct access to a private secure garden that has a 6ft fence so she can zoom around to her heart's content!

Could you be Bree's perfect match?

Bree has learnt quite a lot already whilst working with our training team during her time at the centre. Bree isn't comfortable being left alone so does need a family who are able to be at home with her, and any time that she is left alone should be built up to very gradually over time. In her previous home, she struggled with settling so she would be best suited to an experienced family who can help give her time and space to settle in. This girl is brilliant and very loving girl who has a glowing report from her previous foster home. She will require multiple meets at the centre so she can become acquainted with her family before adoption. Bree is a wonderful girl who is lots of fun and will make a great addition to a home, but will require a caring and kind family.

Barley at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Barley at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Barley's ideal home

Barley is a beautiful girl who hasn't had the best start in life and can easily be overwhelmed by situations as a result. She will need a loving and patient home with a family who are willing to help her adjust to life in a home as she has only been in a kennel before. Barley will benefit from safe spaces in the home where she can go to decompress as well as direct access to her own garden that is fully secure with a 6ft fence. She is also looking to have someone who won't leave her alone for long periods of time.

Could you be Barley's perfect match?

Due to how worried Barley can be, she is looking for a home with older children - aged 16 years and over. She can share her home with another dog, of a calm nature. Barley would benefit from a family who have had a rescue dog before who are happy to help her gradually build her confidence up in the world and learn to play and socialise. Barley does have a medical condition our veterinary department can discuss with her new family in more detail, but she doesn't require medication for this at the moment. She is absolutely gorgeous and we are excited to see how she blossoms given some tender loving care and time!

Duke at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Duke at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Duke's ideal home

Duke is a wonderful boy who came in to our care with limited information therefore we don't know how he'd be in the home in terms of separation anxiety and house-training. We are preferably looking for a home who have had experience of owning dogs before, and are able to read Duke's body language and give him space when he asks for it. A home with direct access to a secure garden would be preferred as this will aid with his training.

Could you be Duke's perfect match?

Duke's new family should be willing to work on Duke's training, especially with his jumping up and confidence building when out and about. This lovely boy enjoys nothing more than chasing after his ball and will make a fantastic, lively addition to a home.

Alfred at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Alfred at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Alfred's ideal home

Adventurous youngster Alfred is looking for an experienced adult only home with calm and a training minded family who can help him adjust to life in a home. Alfred needs a garden of his own that is fully secure with a 6ft fence as he will need to be kept on a lead whilst out in public. A family who are at home for most of the day to help Alfred settle and keep him company would be best, but he could be gradually built up to be left alone for a couple of hours a day. This gorgeous lad loves to play with other dogs and could live with a dog with a similar playstyle to his own - energetic and bouncy!

Could you be Alfred's perfect match?

Alfred has shown some challenging behaviours including grabbing which he has been working on at the centre and making a lot of progress. However, he will need to continue this training in his new home, as well as potentially being managed with baby gates etc. Our behavioural team have been working with Alfred to set him up for success and will work closely with his adopters to help settle him in to his new home. Alfred is looking for a home that isn't too far from our rehoming centre as he is very worried by the car and will require multiple meets at the centre, and home visits to help settle him in to his new home.

Cooper at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Cooper at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Cooper's ideal home

Cooper is a sweet 8 year old lurcher cross who struggles with his confidence and being left alone so he is looking for someone who will be with him at all times. Any potential family must be willing to work with him very gradually over time on his separation anxiety. Cooper needs a direct access garden that is fully secure with a 6ft fence. This lovely lad enjoys hiking, his teddies and enrichment as he enjoys keeping busy; both mentally and physically! Cooper would be best suited to an experienced home with no children under the age of 16.

Could you be Cooper's perfect match?

Since Cooper doesn't always enjoy sharing his space, he is looking to be the only pet in the home but would like to continue to work on his dog socialisation skills. He prefers smaller dogs and can be a little reactive to larger dogs. Cooper is a wonderful boy with so much potential but he is looking for a committed family who will help him overcome his worries.

Bella at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Bella at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Bella's ideal home

Beautiful girl Bella is a worried girl who can take her time to get to know you but when she knows you, she is your best friend! She came back to our care after struggling in her previous home so she is looking for a family who have experience with rescue dogs and/or her breed. Due to her worried nature, Bella is looking for a secure garden of her own that is accessed directly from the home and with a minimum 6 foot fence. Bella is looking to have safe spaces in her home and separate spaces from visitors etc. Ultimately Bella is looking for a quiet and gentle home who are happy to go slow with her and help build her confidence up in the world. When she has settled in, she is able to be left alone for up to 4 hours a day. This gentle giant is looking to be the only pet in the home for now and to live in an adult only home.

Could you be Bella's perfect match?

Bella is a gorgeous girl who loves to snuggle up with her favourite people and play with her toys. Any potential adopter should be willing to work with our behaviour team to help settle Bella in to her new home. Her carers have been working on her training at the centre and she has come on leaps and bounds, so she is looking to continue this when is adopted. Bella does have a medical condition that our veterinary team are happy to discuss with any potential adopters.

18+ found for rescue