Dogs For Rehoming

Dog Viewing 

  • Danemere Animal Rescue is open to the public between 11.00am - 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: 


Mia - Husky X - 4 Years old
 This is Mia.

Mia came to Danemere as her previous owner was disabled and could not provide the care she needed. We do not have much information/history on Mia however she is a wonderful dog and is very friendly. Mia knows basic commands such as sit and wait. Mia loves her walks but she does pull on the lead therefore will need someone willing to dedicate their time into training her. Mia needs to be rehomed where she would be the ONLY dog and without any children.

 Danni - Cockerpoo - 18 months

Danni is reserved

Danni may be familiar to some of you. Sadly she has come back into Danemere as her previous owner couldn't cope with her energetic personality. This is in no way Danni's fault - she is a great dog who has learnt commands but she needs constant stimulation. She has done a little agility and needs to be working! ideally, Danni needs to go to a home amongst other dogs who can run her riot and tire her out. You need a lot of space and time for this girl.

Pip (M - Chocolate) and Gypsy (F - Black) - Cocker Spaniels

3 years and 7 years


Pip and Gypsy are both cocker spaniels.

They were brought in for rehoming together and are inseparable. Because of this, we are asking for Pip and Gypsy to leave as they came - together. Due to a marriage break-up, Pip and Gypsy’s previous owners could no longer look after them. They have lots of energy and need space to run. They have been around children and seem fine with other dogs. 


Blossom – Springador - 3 years

Blossom is reserved

Blossom is a springer spaniel x labrador, therefore she has lots of energy. Her previous owner could not give the time and dedication that Blossom needed due to family commitments and having three young children. Blossom has lived with another dog, is fine with other dogs and is fine with children. However, she does chase cats! 



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