Dogs looking for a new home

If you would like to offer one of the following dogs a home please read our adoption process page, then contact us for more information or to arrange a visit on 086 8500131 or 086 3862714. Viewing at our rescue centre is by appointment only.


Spike is a neutered male Collie 3-4 years old. Spike is a failed cattle dog who was surrendered to the rescue when his elderly owner got sick. He gets along well with other dogs but does not do well around cats or fowl. He will not be suitable for young…Read More →


Lincoln is a young male Lab Hound mix approx. 10 months old. Lincoln is a very large strong dog approx. 62cm in height to his shoulders. He is a typical hound mix who is very active and very vocal. He doesn’t like to be alone much so we are looking…Read More →


Echo is a female 6 year old Collie. She is a very lovely lady who came to us because of her nervous disposition. She is doing very well at the rescue and we are working on her meeting new people and experiencing new situations. While she is very loving to…Read More →


Patch is a male neutered Collie Approx. 9 years old. Patch is an older gent who came to us after his owner died. He had been in a stressful situation for a little while and so can be a little nervous when meeting new people and is quite a bit…Read More →


Sookie is approx. 2 year old female, small collie x terrier mix. She is an extremely high energy dog who will need at least 2/3 hours of exercise/stimulation a day. Sookie was originally surrendered to the rescue as she was displaying some fear aggression when meeting strangers as a young…Read More →


Scampy is approx. 6 years old. Our Scampy has been with us a while due to behavioural issues but we feel a home with an extremely experienced dog owner is out out there for him. We are all very fond of Scampy here in the kennels as he has bags…Read More →


Barley Male neutered Hound approx. 18 months old. Barley is a really special boy. He had been straying around for months and people in the area spent countless hours feeding him and gaining his trust until he was able to be caught and brought to the rescue. The first week…Read More →