From 2nd January 2018 we will be able to take dogs in need into our care again. Our dogs will be cared for and re-homed from the RSPCA animal home inYork. We have a link on this page to the RSPCA York, Harrogate & District website which gives more information about the adoption procedure. You can also view the dogs in their care as well.
The York animal home is open from 11am to 3pm Tuesday to Sunday & there is no need to make an appointment to see the dogs. Please visit the animal home to see the dogs in care. Once you have chosen a dog a home visit will be arranged.
The address of the animal home is:
List updated 1st October 2018
Cassie - aged 6 years
A quiet, gentle, shy girl who is nervous at first meeting new people. However once she knows you she is the sweetest girl who loves attention & being fussed. She will need a little time & patience to settle in but then she will be a wonderful pet & friend. She needs to be the only pet in the home. A really gorgeous girl.
Loki - aged 5 years
Loki came into care as his owner could no longer look after him. He was quite nervous at first but has now settled in. He is very friendly and likes to meet new people. Loki is not used to being left on his own for long periods so we are looking for a home where he is not going to be left on his own while he is settling in. We would love to see this sweet boy in a new loving home where he can start to enjoy life and go on long interesting walks. Loki would be best suited to a home with no other pets and where any children are secondary school age or over.
Prince - aged 5 years
Prince came to us as his owner could no longer take care of him. He is very much a peoples dog and loves meeting people and saying Hello. He just needs someone to give him the chance of being part of a loving family and to show him how to enjoy life. He is an active boy who would love to go on interesting walks where he can relax and have fun. He needs to be the only pet in the home and could live with children of secondary school age year 8 and over.
Please do give Prince a chance. He deserves to have a family who will love and cherish him.
Teddy came to us via an Inspector after his needs were not being met. He is a sweet natured boy who loves his human friends. Teddy is deaf so he will need either an experienced owner or an owner who has previously trained deaf dogs. Full support will be given to Teddy's potential owner before and after adoption.
Teddy is a great lad who we would love to see flourish in a new loving home with owners who will give him the time he deserves. He is suitable to live with children of secondary school age and over.
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