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All fosters in the Northwest of England
218 GIRL ELEANOR *in foster NW England*SMALL BABIES FOUND AT THE ROADSIDE IN THE TRASH! Now only Eleanor needs to find her forever humans!She is now 6kg (11.12.2020) and will be a small girl as an adult. Happy funny sweet and confident, she is in a foster with no cats or kids (resident).From 14.12.2020 we will accept adoption queries for them! (To be adopted from the NEW YEAR, we DO NOT do Xmas adoptions) COSTS TO KEEP THEM AT THE FOSTER'S:TWO MONTHS SPONSOR AT 13 TICKETS PER MONTH! Pre forever home vet check 12 ticketsAND AN OFFER WITH THEIR FOREVER HUMANS! Are you out there? PM us and start your message with THEIR NAME (and numbers) £3 A TICKET (minimum donation) PayPal or use the donate button on our website Running a holiday sale or weekly special? Definitely promote it here to get customers excited about getting a sweet deal.
Found in the road! Yet again, babies dumped like garbage, two are sisters and the bigger girl must have found them and taken care of them even though she’s the same age
Then we found they tested positive for parvo and it was a rush to save their lives!
Sadly Kimmi puppy 305 didn’t make it, s we gave her a name that means ‘peace’<3 but 306 Anna and 307 Elsa both did and now test negative!
so we will give them a couple of weeks to build up then start their puppy vacs some need names for them FAST!
The lovely caring bigger black girl Elsa you see in the early pics will be MEDIUM SIZED but we don't have room in UK foster so she's had to be left behind (see her album 307 Elsa if you'd like to adopt her, she's so lovely!)
weight update:8.5kg (01.07.2021)
Kids test: no current video, the foster has no resident children but it may be possible to meet children once settled in her foster
Cats: no, the foster has no resident cats
Other dogs test: yes, she lives with multiple dogs of all sizes and ages
Humans (male and female)? YES
Temperament: Anna was scared at first but thanks to our Romanian team just loves all humans and dogs these days! She has a woof when she's not sure but is soon calmed with distractions, and settles much faster with new things these days
DP test: done, now negative
4DX test done: yes, July 2021
Brucellosis test done: yes, July 2021
Giardia test done: yes, July 2021, all negative
first vaccines: 19.03.2021, 02.04.2021
flea worm and tick treatment: done monthly as she's a puppy
At each vet check, we will update (with date of update) this listing.
From the end of the FIRST WEEK OF AUGUST 2021 we will accept adoption queries for them once they have decompressed!
We think Anna may be a CockaTzu which is a Cocker Shih Tzu mix, this is a recognised 'breed' in the US but not the UK yet, so knowledge of these and similar breed mixes would help in her forever home.
Melody is now in foster and settling in well! So far she hasn’t met a treat she doesn’t like, has already learned to sit for one, and she’s already getting very brave investigating the house and garden this first weekend.
At present she is decompressing, but we have a feeling she is going to be a happy, playful confident girl, she's already a sweetheart!
We will be giving many updates on this lovely girl and all the other Fosters currently in the UK over the next week or so none have regular aunties or uncles if anybody wants to help out. Tickets are the usual 3 pounds, and we need 15 regular sponsors per dog per month
Adoption queries for all the dogs recently come to foster can start on 1 August, which is usually when dogs have entered a second stage decompression and a more accurate character and skills assessment will have been done
All fosters in the Northeast of Scotland
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SMALL- MEDIUM GIRL
These were an owner surrender to our main rescue, their owner was sick and can no longer take care of them, super friendly and trusting…
SMALL END OF MEDIUM SIZED (we think, around the 20kg mark tops)- TWO in the litter! They are now FOUR TO FIVE MONTHS old (on 01.09.2020) and 7-8kg
Once vet checks have happened, we will update weights.
From the LAST WEEK OF SEPTEMBER we will accept adoption queries for them ONLY after DP test and puppy vacs!
We DO NOT offer a dog for adoption till they are fully tested and declared healthy! Anyone wanting a dog before these tests simply can't have one.
COSTS TO KEEP THEM SAFE
We need 15 TICKETS PER MONTH to pay for costs while in UK foster
AND AN OFFER WITH THEIR FOREVER HUMANS! Are you out there? PM us and start your message with THEIR NAMES (and numbers) ONCE THEY HAVE ONE
Patsy is a very friendly goofball who just wants to be loved. She arrived at her foster home very much a kettle dog but over the last few weeks, by following decompression, she has started to settle nicely and is now ready to go to her forever home.
Patsy is house trained/toilet trained, walks well on the lead although she can become vocal when meeting other new dogs (foster is working on eliminating this), doing very well with her recall, will sit when asked, especially when being offered a treat, understands 'eh eh' and 'no' and travels well in the car.
She is currently living with cats with no problem but she is very unsure of younger children and therefore would advise that her new forever home do not have any children under 12.
She loves all adult humans and getting a fuss and cuddles and loves to play with other dogs, homes with other dogs will be considered, she does currently live with other dogs in her foster home but the foster believes she would do best as a solo dog. She is not bothered by loud noises, hoover, washing machine etc., but she does not like being left on her own and becomes vocal, the foster is working on her separation anxiety.
All fosters in the Northeast of Scotland
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SMALL/ MEDIUM SIZED
239 Perry IN FOSTER NE SCOTLAND FROM DEC 2020 These babies are reserved and Perry is going to foster in NE Scotland- please check the postcode map BEFORE YOU APPLY else your application will be rejected! But we have many more dogs in need puppy 239 BOY PERRY IN FOSTER NE SCOTLAND FROM DEC 2020His sibs are all home, just Perry to go!These five babies were dumped in a BIN, separated from their mum far too soon..., and learning to trust again after the start they've had…SMALL/ MEDIUM SIZED - FIVE in the litter! They are ELEVEN weeks old (on 27.09.2020) and 1.5-2kg. Should be 12-15kg as adults. (NOTE on pics info says 27.08 this is an error, it's 27th Sept.)Once vet checks have happened, we will update weights.From the 04.01. 2020 we will accept adoption queries for them ONLY after a successful house check and UK vet check.We DO NOT offer a dog for adoption till they are fully tested and declared healthy! Anyone wanting a dog before these tests simply can't have one.COSTS TO KEEP THEM SAFEminimum TWO MONTHS SPONSOR AT 15 TICKETS PER MONTH AND AN OFFER WITH THEIR FOREVER HUMANS! Are you out there? PM us and start your message with his name and number!Foster report: Perry was very scared at first but with the help of the resident dog he soon started to settle, loves toys, fuss, his grub and lots and lots of play! Toilet training is doing really well and he's already loving a walk too! He is becoming a cuddle bug and is a very very smart lad!Other dogs? YES, the resident dog is older and much bigger, we feel he'd need a buddy similar in his forever home Cats? None resident so no Kids? There is a resident toddler, so is child friendly Humans? Yes, men and women. £3 A TICKET (minimum donation) for foster costs while in the UKPayPal or use the donate button on our website
All fosters in the midlands- England
PUPPY 80 PIPPI
FOUND SCARED TO DEATH UNDER A CAR
Absolutely stunning girl born 20th February 2020, and is now just under 20kg as an adult. She was super friendly and trusting with humans, despite the fact she’d been binned like trash. She always loved a cuddle, and her default is to present her tummy both due to submission and wanting tummy tickles. We are not sure of the breed mix but her intelligence and shape suggests some Collie. She will need a firm and experienced hand, and a lot of CONSISTENT reinforcement and love once decompressed in her forever home.
She settled wonderfully and was very at home in one of our Romanian foster homes wth Audrey and Myrtle! And in July last year, we thought we’d found her forever home. Sadly it wasn’t to be, through no fault of Pippi’s AT ALL and she’s with one of our lovely fosters in the Midlands now. She’s has had her boosters now (July 2021) which the adopter had not done and is relearning her walk and social skills with our team- she’s sooooo smart as well as pretty and is picking it all up very fast!
weight update: 19.25 kg July 2021(full adult weight)
Age: see above
Kids test: yes, older only DOG SAVVY resident girls and is getting used to noisy teenage boys and their friends (we think she wasn’t decompressed properly by the failed adopter but she’s so much better already)
Cats test: none resident
Other dogs test: yes loves all dogs and is learning to be less vocal and bouncy at them on walks. Likes big dogs especially at the moment and is being socialised with a bigger older girl to keep her in line.
Humans (male and female)? YES, getting used to men as well now
Temperament: very happy, sweet and friendly, full of energy, working on her excitability. She has been happy to be left alone for up to three hours now as part of the foster’s work with her, with no anxiety, ‘accidents’ or destruction
Spay: when old enough (we have seen no sign of a season yet) it will be the adopter’s responsibility if she goes home and has her season, or the rescue will do it if she comes into season at the foster’s once it is safe
DP test: done, negative
vaccines: annual boosters done by Lora’s Luck foster July 2021, we had to start them again as the adopter had not done them, final set of vaccinations due on 30.07.2021
flea worm and tick treatment: done monthly as a pup, currently on diatomaceous earth
booster: done, due July 2021
FOSTER REPORT 12th July 2021
So the Pipster has been with us for a couple of weeks now and after being a little nervous has promptly taken over the house!
She is a typical teenager, she’s either full on playing and demanding attention or fast asleep taking up the whole bed!
She loves her walks but hasn’t quite got the idea of going anywhere at a steady pace yet.
As soon as the harness is picked up she turns into tigger and the excitement of exploring new places takes over.
She is beginning to learn that pulling like a steam train and trying to bounce passing cars is not the best way to go for a walk but this is going to need some focused work by her forever family. She does chase the birds in the garden and will bark and lunge at cats when out on a walk so we would suggest she isn’t homed with cats or small furries.
Pippi does love to play and has a mountain of toys. Her favourites are the ones that squeak.
She will play with balls but hasn’t mastered the idea of fetch as yet.
She does get over excited at times and when this happens she does have a tendency to tug at clothes.
Due to this we would recommend that she isn’t homed with young children as sometimes she will nip hands or feet in her excitement.
She does seem fine with older dog savvy kids that know not to whizz her up.
She is learning that she isn’t allowed to play like this and with some positive training she will soon realise there are better ways to engage you in play.
Pippi can be quite nervous and visitors to the house do get barked at so her new family will need to do slow introductions to anyone coming in to the home.
We suggest that mat training with positive reinforcement may do her some good in this instance.
She is a very clever girl and it doesn’t take her long to learn new things especially if there’s loads of fuss when she gets it right.
She isn’t a food driven pup but high value toys and physical praise would be her best reward.
Pippi is such a loving young pup who when she isn’t bouncing you and bringing you toys, will happily curl up on your knee or by your feet, that is of course after she has given you a wash to make sure you’re properly clean!
All fosters in the Southeast of England
PUPPY 98 SERENA ***FOR ADOPTION***
Known as (and answers to) Riri
***IN FOSTER SE England*** (30km/30 minute each way round trip limit applies SEE MAP! Even the edge of the map is pushing the travel limit. This will change on 17/05 according to govt guideline to max ONE HOUR radius each way to be eligible.)
Over 100 photos and FULL info but we're not getting any queries that fit her needs and she's not asking for much...she lives with kids and other dogs so well!
FOSTER UPDATE 10/05/2021)
Hello everyone my name is RiRi (officially my name is Serena but I prefer RiRI! All I want in the world is to be loved and I have lots and lots of love to give
I am in a lovely foster home in Hertfordshire with my foster sister, Daria, and foster brother, Neo! I am the oldest of us three but still very much a puppy and my foster mum says I’m a big ol’ puppy who loves to play with everyone!
I have three hooman foster sisters and my bestie is my 12 year old hooman sister! My two big foster sisters love me lots and visit whenever they can and I LOVE seeing my foster nephew who is only 1 year and very very sweet. I like him a lot as he’s fun to be around and he doesn’t pull my tail or anything and he gives me little tickles when he goes by
It took me a little while to eat but now my foster mum tells me I’m a little piggy and she’s very proud of me because I’m starting to put on some weight and she loves watching me run around the garden with the two little ones.
She tells everybody that I have a beautiful soul and even though I’m bigger than the other two I’m super gentle and caring! When my hooman foster sister was poorly a little while ago I just laid next to her and we had a nap together so I could make sure she was ok and then the same when Daria came home from the vets when she was poorly. I really like looking after people!
I walk very well on the lead and most of the time the lead is loose and I have pretty good recall and my foster mum can’t wait to take me somewhere special to get it perfect! I really like learning new things and I pick the, up very quickly because I’m a clever girl.
My perfect home would be with another dog to play with and go on walks with, in a home with a garden that I can run around and be silly and also I’d really like a sofa as my favourite place to sleep is one end with my special blanket. Most of all I would like some hoomans who want to love me even though I’m a big pup because love is super special to me!
It’s always MUCH harder to find homes for the bigger boys and girls PM us if you’re a top end of medium dog fan and have fallen for the lovely BLACK AND TAN GIRL SERENA!
Having another resident dog and YOU MUST have experience with sighthounds, lurchers and dogs like Dobermans to be the best match for this sweet, gentle, almost submissive girl.
URGENT! SHE HAS NO SPONSORS URGENT!
puppy 98 SERENA
Weight: 13kg on 11/06/2020, 25kg on 01.05.2021
Size as adult: medium (25kg-30kg approx as an adult)
Character: friendly when she knows you, and playful! As she's a Transylvanian hound mix (lurcher) she is vocal and communicative but she is smart and responding well to voice control training.
Cat and kid tested? No, this foster does not have cats but they do have children so cat free homes ONLY. And any kids MUST be dog savvy.
OUR COSTS (not passed on to adopters):
£35/month sponsor for TWO months (April's was PAID but we need help for May's bill and to help the foster with food and care costs now she's in the UK!)
Distemper/parvo tests prior vaccination, internal deworming + external spot on against fleas and ticks £30
Passport, microchip and vaccines, minimum 2 X DHPPiL + Rabies, £35
Then we’d need her Happy Bus money! ALL can be shared at £3 a ticket!
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