Aireworth Dogs in Need is looking for forever homes for the dogs below. We are also always looking for local people who can offer foster homes – Fostering genuinely saves lives as without our fantastic fosterers the charity would not be able to rescue dogs from the stray pound where left unclaimed, they will be put to sleep. Fosterers provide short term homes to help the dogs settle and get to know their personalities and needs so we can find the perfect forever home. Whilst in foster ADIN will take care of any vets fees and can help with food costs if needed.
Bella is 5-year-old Bulldog. Prior to coming to Aireworth Dogs in Need, she had not had a very happy life living off leftover takeaways. She’s had an umbilical hernia which we had treated when Bella was neuteredBella is such a beautiful girl – she is VERY strong and VERY dog reactive, so cannot be rehomed with other pets and she’s not very patient or cuddly so no small children either! But she is a lovely girl. If you have a home where she will just be left in peace to lounge around and mooch, she will be the perfect dog!
Evie is a gorgeous Greyhound cross who is looking for a forever home. She is a friendly girl who would prefer someone who can be around for most of the day. As a sighthound, she cannot be rehomed with cats or small furries. She is only around 18 months old and has years of love and cuddles ahead of her with the right family.
Sweet little Staffie cross Lily is still just a baby at around 18 months old. She was picked us a stray and has a few behavioural problems. Like all young dogs, she will need training and patience to help her learn everything she needs. She is a lively, intelligent and playful girl so with the right support will learn quickly!
Missy is a super-cute whippet cross who just loves people and cuddles. She is great with children and lives happily with another dog. She is full of energy when off the lead but settles calmly at home. She isn’t keen on being on the lead but once off is in her element!
Dinky little Patch is a 4 4-year-oldack Russell lad. He’s a little nervous on meeting new people but given space and within minutes he’s fine. He travels well in the car & has lived with children and a cat and kids. He doesn’t initially respond well to men so will need some work on this.