Darren is a big loveable ferret who is ready for a permanent home.
He is full of personality and playful antics, and is always up for an adventure and loves exploring every nook and cranny.
But, like most ferrets, he can give a little nip when he is excited, so any potential owner must be aware of this prior to applying.
The society is looking for a new owner who has either owned ferrets previously or has done plenty of research into ferret care, their needs and requirements.
This includes ensuring that, if successful in rehoming, Darren would have plenty of enrichment to keep him entertained throughout the day.
Darren will make a great addition to a household who are ready to welcome a fun-loving ferret into their lives.
If you can give Darren his new home, please apply via the Scottish SPCA website: https://www.scottishspca.org/rehome-a-pet/12062-darren
Scout is an older springer spaniel currently looking for his retirement home.
This cheeky boy might be older in age but don’t let that fool you, he still loves to go for walks and would play with the ball all day long.
Scout can be nervous when first getting to know people but once he learns to trust you he is an extremely loving boy.
Scout is wonderful and has a big heart, he will make a great companion for somebody as he loves cuddles and attention.
He would prefer a quiet and relaxing but also active home where he can get comfortable on the couch and snooze once tired from getting his walks and playing with his ball.
Scout is toilet trained and needs access to a garden as he loves to be outside and would lie in the garden all day if he could.
If you can give Scout his new home, please apply via the Scottish SPCA website: https://www.scottishspca.org/rehome-a-pet/12059-scout.
If you wish to report an injured or distressed animal or come across an animal in need, call the charity’s animal helpline, which is open every day from 7.30am-8pm directly on 03000 999 999.