Name: Poppy

Date of birth/age ( if known): approx 8 years old
Date dog came in to rescue 23/05/13. 
Dog/bitch: bitch
H/L PP: Powder Puff
Colour: Cream
Good with : people and children.
How long can the dog be left for: a couple of hours
Any known medical/health issues: Addisons disease, a manageable condition, requires 2 tablets daily and quarterly blood tests. Also has a little arthritis and pancreatitis
A little bit about the dog:She is a happy girl just likes a lap to cuddle on. The rescue will monitor her condition and pay the cost of her treatment. Just some of her meds are approx £30 per month and she needs regular blood tests to monitor her condition.


Sadly Poppy's health problems meant that she could no longer sustain a decent quality of life and she had to be let go. She was much loved by her foster family and will always hold a place in my heart. We can only be thankful that the Rescue was able to find her such a loving foster home and they managed to give Poppy 6 very happy years.




11 yrs old


Frankie came into Rescue in August 2017. His previous owners had struggled to keep weight on him and he was very thin. Due to serious health issues they were unable to cope with Frankie’s special needs and made the heartbreaking decision to place him in our care.


Frankie gained a little weight while in Rescue and became a little more active. He enjoyed short walks and camping holidays as part of a loving family.


He was treated for reflux and arthritis as well as receiving other supplements to keep him comfortable but even when his appetite increased he still didn’t gain very much weight and remained in foster care, closely monitored. Frankie was also suspected to be suffering with mild dementia.


Frankie was by no means and easy foster dog and demanded a great deal of care and attention which his foster home gave to him along with unconditional love.


 After 14 months in foster care, Frankie gave up his fight and his foster family said their goodbyes last week. 


We will miss him terribly and he has left a paw print on the hearts of everyone that met him. Run free Frankie, you will be deeply missed by us all xxx

Name:  Prince

Date of birth/age: 12 yrs old

Date dog came in to rescue: February 2018

Dog/bitch: Dog

H/L PP:  Powder Puff

Colour: White

Good with: dogs: ok cats: no kids: older dog savvy

How long can the dog be left for:  short periods

Any known medical/health issues: No


A little bit about the dog:

Prince has a lovely temperament. He settles well, likes affection. He would be suited to a quiet household.


It is with great sadness that I write this, Prince became extremely unwell last week. He deteriorated quite quickly and despite efforts from the foster home and the vet, we were unable to keep him comfortable. He did not respond to treatment and sadly we had to let him go. Run free old boy x

Fu has  been vet checked and we have his medical history. He has a grade 4/5 heart murmur and mild seizures. He is a happy playful chap and his condition doesn’t stop him from running about playing. At this time he doesn’t need any medication but given his health issues Fu has been placed in permanent foster



Fu has enjoyed life to the full in his permanent foster home. He loved his holidays and his trips to the beach. His foster family gave him the best possible life he could have but sadly his heart gave up and he passed peacefully in his sleep at home. Run free little one xxx




Chiffon is 12 years old, she came in because unfortunately her owner passed away. Due to her ongoing health problems she will remain as a lifetime foster in the safe hands of a rescue volunteer for the rest of her natural life.
If you would like to purchase a gift for Chiffon to help with her care or just send her something nice then her wishlist is here


Chiffon passed away at the ripe old age of 18 years.

Name: Ozzie
Date of birth/age: 6 yrs old
Date dog came in to rescue: October 2015 
Dog/bitch: Dog
H/L PP: Hairless
Colour: Mahogony


Sadly we had to say goodbye to Ozzie. He had a massive seizure and unfortunately did not recover from it. We would like to thank everyone involved in his care while he was in Rescue.Run free little one


This little girl came into rescue in October 2011. At 5 years old she had already had at least 6 homes, making this her 7th stop! It took a long time for her to build up a trust and she had many issues. Her issues were easily resolved while her foster Mum was present but her behaviour changed when foster Mum wasn’t there. Her unpredictable behaviour made her unsuitable for rehoming and she remained in permanent foster care. Charlie lived as part of her foster family for 6 years and was loved by the whole family. She enjoyed going camping and lived a happy life. Sadly in October 2017, Charlie was rushed to the vet and diagnosed with pneumonia. She was hospitalised and put on intravenous medication and a full recovery was expected. Unfortunately, Charlie did not respond to treatment and her condition deteriorated rapidly and her foster mum had to say a heartbreaking goodbye.


If you would like to purchase a gift for one of her foster friends or an item for us to auction then please visit our wishlist: 




Name: Marge

Date of birth/age: 14 yrs old

Date dog came in to rescue: Jan 2017

Dog/bitch: Bitch

H/L PP: Hairless

Colour: Black / white

Good with: dogs: ok cats: ok kids: older dog savvy children

How long can the dog be left for:  short periods

Any known medical/health issues: 

Marge's trip to the vets did not go as we had hoped. Marge has a large abdominal mass as well as the mammary mass. If we open her up to see how far it has spread then it is likely that it is not operable and we will need to let her go under the anaesthetic. Since Marge is not in any pain at this time we have taken the decision to keep her in foster and keep her happy and comfortable. She has medication which we hope will be of some help to her but ultimately we hope that she will get some love and happiness before she has to go to the Rainbow Bridge. We have a very loving and brave foster mummy to care for her until that time comes.

The abdominal mass had grown quite quickly and it was time to let her go. RIP Marge.

Name: Jack
Date of birth/age: 5 yrs 
Date dog came in to rescue: 08/5/ 14 
Dog/bitch: Dog
H/L PP: Hairless (hairy)
Colour: White
Good with : dogs: ok with other small dogs cats: yes kids: older children
How long can the dog be left for: a few hours

Any known medical/health issues: Jack is fit and healthy and adoptable. He has had 2 minor dog strokes that affected his eye, However, he is gaining the ability to blink again and should make a full recovery in time. He has also had an ulcer on the eye which has been treated, it has left a scar but this should fade. He has the starting of a cataract on the other eye. He has good vision and these little problems do not affect him at all.


Little bit about the dog: Jack has come on in leaps and bounds since coming into the Rescue. He has passed his basic dog training and is now a confident loving people friendly dog. He is strong willed so will need an owner who reminds him about his manners. Jack loves going out on walks, he's happy to travel on public transport or by car. Jack is looking for an active home to channel his energy. If you are looking for a loving dog, you can't go wrong with Jack.

Sadly Jack passed away in July 2017 after he collapsed. Tests showed a massive tumour on his liver.

Name:  Magic

Date of birth/age: 14 yrs

Date dog came in to rescue: Jan 2017

Dog/bitch: Dog

H/L PP:  Powder Puff

Colour: Grey/white

Good with: dogs: ok cats: ok kids: ok

How long can the dog be left for:  short periods

Any known medical/health issues: Magic has a grade 5/6 heart murmur and eye problems but is not well enough to have surgery.



A little bit about the dog: Magic is a sweet old boy but has several health problems. He is not well enough to undergo surgery and is on pain management. He will remain in foster under our care for as long as we can manage his pain so that he can enjoy the time he has left.

Unfortunately we were not able to manage Magic's pain and after consulting with the vet, we decided to let him go so he wouldn't not suffer.

Name: Pud

Date of birth/age: 12 yrs old

Date dog came in to rescue: Aug 2016

Dog/bitch: Dog

H/L PP: Powder puff

Colour: White

Good with: dogs: ok cats: ok kids: older dog savvy children

How long can the dog be left for:  short periods

Any known medical/health issues: No known issues



A little bit about the dog: Sadly Puds owner has passed away. Due to his health problems he is now in need of a permanent foster home. Pud can be very timid until he gets to know you He has a grade 4/5 heart murmur and renal problems. He needs a quiet home with no young children. Due to his renal problems, Pud has accidents with his toileting.Pud is now in a permanent foster

Pud's heart finally gave in and Pud is now at rest.

This is Schmendrick. He is approx 4 yrs old. When he came into Rescue he skipped occasionally on his front leg and this has been monitored while he has been in our care. Schmendrick became lame on that leg on a walk and was taken to the vet to have it checked. The vet thinks that there is no nerve supply to the muscle and this may have deteriorated over a long period of time even though he had previously been bouncing around he had been compensating with the other leg. Schmendrick is on medication and we will monitor him over the next 3-4 weeks to see if there is any improvement but Schmendrick may lose his leg. 
Unfortunately Schmendrick's leg is not responding to treatment and the vet thinks the best outcome would be to amputate the leg. Schmendrick can not use the leg at all. The operation will be around £650.
As Schmendrick is a Rescue dog, we do not have any insurance to cover his vet fees and his treatment can be very expensive. The specialist consultation fee is approx £200. If you can help towards the cost of Schmendricks vet fees please text donate or you can donate via paypal.
It is with great sadness that we inform everyone that Schmendrick had a setback in his recovery and he lost the use of his other front leg. We now know that Schmendrick had a neurological problem and this has sadly spread. It was only a matter of time before he would have succumbed to it all over his body. We have had to make the sad decision to let him go. We want to thank his foster mum who's worked tirelessly to help Schmendrick in caring for him; she did everything in her power to love and care for him while he has been in the rescue. Schmendrick was full of character and we are all deeply saddened to lose him.



Holly became critically ill following a routine spay. She was rushed to the emergency vets placed on IV fluids, pain killers, antibiotics, anti - sickness and antacid medication. Holly was given everything possible but sadly she didn’t make it. The vet suspected that she had an underlying problem and being spayed had triggered the final reaction that no one could foresee. R.I.P Sweet girl xxx


Date of birth/age: 16 yrs 
Date dog came in to rescue: January 2016 
Dog/bitch: bitch
H/L PP: Hairless
Colour: Slate
Good with : dogs: ok  cats: yes kids: no 
How long can the dog be left for: short periods
Any known medical/health issues: Partially sighted
A little bit about the dog: 
Madge is a happy girl, likes to potter around. he will live out her days under our care in a loving foster home

Sadly Madge passed away in July 2016 at the ripe old age of 17


Age: 13 yrs old

Sadly Chilli collapsed and after spending a night in the emergency vets with no improvement, his foster mum said goodbye to him the next morning. RIP little one xxx


We are very sad that Sweet Pea was in such poor health that the kindest thing we could do for her was to let her go. She was in constant pain with her joints which had a massive effect on her mobility, her teeth were also causing her problems but she was not fit enough to undergo anaesthetic and she also had respiratory problems. The pain relief the vet had given her was not sufficient to give her any quality of life. This is never an easy decision but sadly one that must be made. R.I.P little one xxx





Tallulah is a 9-12 year old true hairless bitch, Due to her declining health and unpredictable temperament. Tallulah will remain as a Lifetime Foster Dog in a loving foster home where she extremely happy, under the care of the rescue for the rest of her natural life.
Sadly on 21st September 2015 after several seizures and the loss of her back legs Tallulah’s foster mum said goodbye to her. Tallulah was one of our lifetime foster dogs and had been with her foster mum for several years..RIP little one xxx

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