Find Your Future Family Member
Not all rescue dogs have issues.
Some of our dogs here at Wolfwood have obviously been well cared for, trained and will fit into any dog loving home.
Many are in poor physical condition with no basic training at all and some have more serious issues, created by the people who discard them.
Wolfwood works with prospective adopters to create the best possible match.
Plenty of advice and support are part of our personal and friendly service.
We work on a one to one basis and tailor each individual dog needs to prospective new owners.
Some dogs require significant commitment from their new owners, and take more than the required visits and time together before we are happy to release them.
The dogs are all wormed, fully vaccinated, neutered (if old enough), routinely treated for fleas and microchipped before going to their new forever homes.
Take a look at our fantastic dogs all looking for a new caring and loving home! Your new ‘Best Mate’ might just be waiting here for you!
Our dogs have already been abandoned once so we make every effort to make sure that your home meets the dog’s need.
We currently do not own our own premises and operate a very effective appointments system within privately owned kennels.
If you see a dog you are seriously interested in, please contact 07931220094 and arrange to meet the dog and have an informal chat with a staff member.
Dependent on the dog and situation this may be repeated, then we expect you to have three separate full days out together to ensure compatibility.
Assuming all has gone well, you may then officially adopt the dog with the intention it stays with you forever, but we are here to help.
● We cannot home dogs if you are out at work full time unless you can take the dog with you or have provision for regular breaks for the dog.
● Gardens must be secure, many dogs can jump 1.5 metres without even trying!
● Any children in the home must be old enough to understand some basic “do’s” and “don’ts”.
● You must have the time and energy to exercise your dog one – three hours every day, dependent on dog type, in an environment that stimulates the dog e.g. park or canal towpath.