Rehoming An Abandoned Dog

Before we allow you to take on one of our dogs we must ensure that you are a suitable and acceptable candidate.

What we need from you

We require proof of identification and also ask for a donation to be made to the kennels. This donation helps to cover the cost of veterinary treatment for the dog as well as help with the upkeep of the kennels. We will check your home and your lifestyle to make sure the dog is a compatible match for you. This has to work both ways so both you and the dog have a long happy future together for many years to come.

Contact us today if you are interested in providing a loving family for an animal you see on our website.

Visits by Appointment Only

We welcome visitors to our kennels but due to our busy schedule, we request that you please telephone to arrange a time to visit beforehand. Thank you.

A Dog is for life

Our dogs must be taken on for the rest of their lives, and not just a passing whim. They have already been abandoned at least once so you must pledge to us that you are serious about having this dog until his/her dying day. Please remember that even if your circumstances change your dog's do not.

N.B. Ownership of one of our dogs must be taken dog very seriously indeed.


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Rescue Dogs in Pembrokeshire

We currently have a large number of rescued and abandoned dogs with us looking for kind, loving permanent homes.

These dogs are still with us as a result of running Pembrokeshire Council Stray Dog Pound for 6 years during which time 2000 dogs came through our hands.

If you are looking to take on an abandoned dog and to love and cherish forever please contact us today.

Adopt a rescue dog - how does it work?

If you are interested in taking on one of our abandoned dogs, then you can contact us to apply to re home the animal. We ask for a donation to cover some costs.

A Dog is for life

These dogs must be taken on for the rest of their lives, and not just a passing whim. They have already been abandoned once so you must pledge to us that you are serious about having this dog until his/her dying day. Please remember that even if your circumstances change your dog's do not.

N.B. Dog ownership must be taken very seriously indeed.


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Baby

Dog Reference: Baby
Breed: American Bulldog
Colour: White with black on the face
Gender: Female
Description:
Baby is a really beautiful female American Bulldog who has been with us for 2 years. She is in amazing condition and she has a sound loving temperament. She is easy going and happy, walking on or off the lead. We adore this gorgeous dog.
She can only go to an approved knowledgable home used to larger breeds with the correct facilities in place.


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Fly

Dog Reference: Fly
Breed: Collie
Colour: Tricolour
Gender: Male
Description:
Fly has been here with us in rescue for six years. He is an ex working sheep dog who unfortunately does not like many people, he especially dislikes women. He has given most of us a nip or two over the years, but we all love him dearly.
He will probably be with us for the rest of his life now as he is at least 12 years old and so far the right person / home has not come along for him. Any donations of any kind to make Fly's life more comfortable would be very gratefully received.


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Pippy

Dog Reference: Pippy
Breed: Lurcher
Colour: Tan
Gender: Female
Description:
Pippy is neutered and she is about 18 months old. She has been with us for several months now and is used to our other dogs, She is good on the lead and used to living as a family pet.


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Big Rough Coated Terrier

Dog Reference: Bill
Breed: Big Rough Coated Terrier
Colour: Black / White
Gender: Male
Description:
Bill is a 5 years old large scruffy terrier. He is a character dog who likes to travel everywhere with his owner. He has lots of personality and is great company.


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Bodger

Dog Reference: Spaniel
Breed: Spaniel
Colour: Tan / White
Gender: Male
Description:
Bodger is not ready to leave us yet as he is getting over a few anxiety issues. He will make a great pet in the right hands.