Dogs For Rehoming

Dog Viewing 

  • Danemere Animal Rescue is open to the public between 11.30am - 3.30pm daily.

  • Home checks are required before any dog is rehomed. This can take up to 7 - 10 days as all of our home checkers are volunteers.

  • All of our dogs are vaccinated, microchipped, de-flea'd, wormed and neutered (if old enough). 

  • The adoption fee for all dogs is £100.00 which is non-refundable.

  • The dogs below are available for rehoming. Please take a look: 



Reggie - Rottweiler - 2 yrs

Reggie came to Danemere through no fault of his own at all. Sadly his previous owner's child was not coping well with their asthma with Reggie around and had to make the difficult decision to rehome Reggie. We know Reggie quite well as he has boarded with us before. He is super friendly and likes to give slobbery kisses and cuddles. Reggie is great with children and has lived with them before - he's a big softie! Reggie is house trained and travels well in the car. The previous owner walked Reggie on and off lead and his recall was good. Reggie is good with other dogs but he can be overfly playful and too nosey with other dogs, so we would prefer Reggie to be rehomed on his own. We are unsure how he would react with other animals. Reggie is amazing with commands and will listen straight away - he will sit, give his paw, lay down all for a 'schmacko' treat. Although Reggie is a chunky boy, he is a gentle giant and loves nothing more than a good fuss and for someone to throw a ball for him although he hasn't quite figured out how to bring it back, he prefers the chase. 

Lottie - Jack Russell- 4 yrs 

Lottie came to Danemere with Diesel through no fault of their own. They were being left for the majority of the day as the previous owner had other commitments and not enough time for them anymore. Lottie has lived with older children before and gets on well with other dogs but does not like cats. Lottie is such a happy (as you can see from the photograph!) approachable, friendly dog with an outgoing personality - she is keen to say hello to everyone. Lottie walks well on the lead and will sit nicely for some yummy treats.
Lottie will need a home where there is someone around for the majority of the day to keep her company - Lottie gets frustrated and lonely so will bark if she's left alone for too long. Lottie is such a good dog and will thrive in the right environment!





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