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5 dogs at Dogs Trust Evesham need new homes and loving families

Can you help these dogs find new homes? <i>(Image: Dogs Trust)</i>
Can you help these dogs find new homes? (Image: Dogs Trust)

Do you want to expand your family with a furry friend? Dogs Trust Evesham is home to dogs of various breeds and they all have one thing in common – they want to find a new loving family to live with.

If you think you could give a dog a new home, you can find more details on the website.

You can also help the centre by donating via the website’s support page.

5 of the dogs at Dogs Trust Evesham who are looking for new homes

Indy

Worcester News: Indy
Worcester News: Indy

Indy (Image: Dogs Trust)

Gender – Female

Age – 7 years

Breed – Crossbreed

Indy was found as a stray and is now ready to take on the next chapter in her life.

The centre says she has been really friendly with people there and she’s described as a lively girl who is looking for a quiet but active home.

Indy isn’t comfortable around children so she’d need to live in an adult-only home with no visiting children.

She’d like to be the only dog in her new house but she could live with small furry animals or livestock.

Find out more about Indy via the Dogs Trust website.


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Edie

Worcester News: Edie
Worcester News: Edie

Edie (Image: Dogs Trust)

Gender – Female

Age – 2 years

Breed – Miniature Poodle

Edie is looking for a quiet and adult-only home as she can be anxious.

She came into the care of the centre with Dougie and they could be rehomed together but no other dog would be able to be living in the home.

Edie can be unsure around other dogs but she could have some quiet and calm walking friends.

She has no ball joint in one of her hind hips so she needs a controlled exercise program and potential owners will need to prepare for any related costs that could occur in the future.

Find out more about Edie via the Dogs Trust website.

Dougie

Worcester News: Dougie
Worcester News: Dougie

Dougie (Image: Dogs Trust)

Gender – Male

Age – 1 year

Breed – Poodle

Dougie could live in a moderately busy environment and he’d be happy sharing his new home with secondary school aged children.

Following a successful mix at the centre, Dougie could live with another dog. He came into the care of the centre with Edie and they could be rehomed either together or separately.

If you’d like to become the new owner of both Dougie and Edie, the home would need to be adult only and have no other pets.

Find out more about Dougie via the Dogs Trust website.

Ruby

Worcester News: Ruby
Worcester News: Ruby

Ruby (Image: Dogs Trust)

Gender – Female

Age – 8 years

Breed – German Shepherd Cross

Ruby could live in a moderately busy home and she’d be happy to have visitors.

During her time at the centre, Ruby has been treated for heartworm and now her treatment is over, she’s ready to settle into a new home.

She needs to be the only dog in her home as she was kept away from other dogs during her treatment. She’d benefit from careful resocialisation.

The centre has no history of Ruby being around children but staff think she’d be able to live with teenagers.

Find out more about Ruby via the Dogs Trust website.


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Cira

Worcester News: Cira
Worcester News: Cira

Cira (Image: Dogs Trust)

Gender – Female

Age – Under 6 months

Breed – Jack Russell Terrier Cross

Find out more about Cira via the Dogs Trust website.

Cira’s new owners will need to help her with basic training and socialisation as she’s very young.

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Her new owners will be enrolled into the centre’s Dog School training classes to help her develop. There is an extra fee of £55 for these sessions which is included in the puppy adoption fee.

Cira can live with children of any age and she could live with other animals including cats and small furries.