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6 DOGS NOW IN EMERGENCY BOARDING, 3 DOGS IN EMERGENCY FOSTER AND 0 DOGS IN THE STRAY KENNELS PLEASE HELP!

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The following dogs are currently at the Stray Dog Kennels and need Rescue Places

The following dogs are currently at the Stray Dog Kennels where they will need to stay for 7 days to allow their owner to claim them.

They cannot leave before the stated put to sleep date.

Unfortunately, the majority of dogs are not claimed so we have to find a safe place for these dogs within 7 days otherwise they are at risk of being put to sleep.

We DO NOT rehome stray dogs directly to the public, but can provide more details on these dogs should they move to another rescue or be signed over into our care.


There are currently no dogs in the stray kennels.



The following dogs are now safe in the care of Rochdale Dog Rescue.

The dogs featured below are now safe in the care of Rochdale Dog Rescue. Once a dog arrives into our care they will be assessed, health checked, neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped. These dogs are available for rehoming; some of the more recently arrived dogs may be undergoing assessment still.

Please note that Rochdale Dog Rescue does not rehome to homes where there are children under 10 years of age.

We also need to ensure that if you do not own your own property the landlord has given their permission for a dog and any garden you have is fully enclosed and secure. We also need to make sure any dogs we rehome are not left 'home alone' all day and lastly that any other dogs you have are neutered.

We rehome within an approximate 100 mile radius of our base (but if you are close to this then please do ask us).

If you think you could offer any of the dogs a loving home then please complete our Rehoming Enquiry Form in the first instance.


No. 4745: SAXON (Neutered, Fully Vaccinated & Microchipped)

Saxon needs a new home.

Staffie Cross, male, approximately 6-8 years old. He is tricoloured and he is medium in size. He was found abandoned in a property. Saxon is a very friendly boy who seems Ok with other dogs.

"I met Saxon and walked him with Aunty Cheryl. He is  such a stunner and very big and has lots of muscle. He walked on on the lead, he wanted to be up front, but he is easily manageable. He couldn't wait to get off walking, so we headed straight out. He didn't seem to mind any traffic and he was really well behaved when passing people and other dogs. We took him down to the river to see what he thought of the water and be absolutely loved it. He was diving straight in and was up and down, swimming on the deep side. He has so much character and he's so much fun. He can sit and he took treats gently. On the way back, we walked through a little park and he enjoyed a good roll on the grass. He also gave Aunty Cheryl lots of kisses when she sat on a bench. He's a true sweetie."

"Walked Saxon again this week. He was very keen to be out and about and just a quick hello before we had to be on our way. The first car that passed us, Saxon again went into full lunge towards it. After getting a very stern telling off he was as good as gold as far as passing cars were concerned. He was in a pulling mood today and is a very strong dog. Having said that I'm not very big and can manage him. We walked with Rudy and although they tended to ignore each other and didn't show any animosity towards each other, I think Saxon would have preferred to have walked on his own which could have contributed to him pulling more than usual today. Saxon's a lovely friendly chap. I'm sure once he's settled into a new home and gets plenty of walks and excercise these issues will disappear. He loves cuddles and gets so excited when you play with him. I really hope someone will give him a chance of a new life filled with love and fun."

You will find full details of this dog in their album in the photo's section on Facebook or if on FB by clicking on the link above to their album.

If you are interested in offering Saxon a forever home please complete the form below, please put as much detail as possible, this helps us to build a picture of whether the dog would be a good match for your family.

Before completing the form please check the following criteria as you will not get a response if the criteria is not met:

* Due to his unknown history we feel that he would be better as an only dog.

* We do not rehome to families with children under the age of 10 years.

Not cat tested so no cats.

* We do like to confirm the landlord has given permission if you do not own your own property.

* You must have a secure garden.

* Other resident dogs must be neutered/spayed.

* Families must live within an approximate 100 mile radius of our base in Rochdale/ Manchester.

We also do not rehome where the dogs are left for long periods each day, this may vary from dog to dog with regards to how long they can be left but any detail about hours and routines is useful for us.

http://www.rochdale-dog-rescue.com/RehomingEnquiry.html


All our dogs are fully vaccinated, spayed/neutered, microchipped, flea & worm treated before homing unless too young or upon advice from our vet/s.

Thank you to some kind and caring people we have been able to help Saxon! He came into the care of RDR on Saturday 17th September 2021. He needs a new home as soon as possible.




No. 4750: BRACKEN (Spayed, Fully Vaccinated & Microchipped)

Bracken needs a new home.

Cross Breed, female, approximately 10 months old. She is tri-coloured, she has a smooth coat and she is small to medium in size. She was found as a stray; she is currently in emergency foster with other dogs, cats and older children. Bracken is a friendly young girl who is good with other dogs and she is fine with dog savvy cats.

"Bracken is a sporty little number with a pocket rocket temperament. 

We have no idea what's in there but at a guess I reckon potentially working Collie/Whippet/ JRT and a splash of Staffie to boot. DNA would be interesting! 

She will be amazing for the right owner/family. 

I love having her here, but I do like my working breeds. She will need someone active, with Collie type experience. She is super cool in many ways but will need a firm but fair owner. She's still a pup & lively. She is absolutely tug toy mad, she is super sharp and will leap head height to grab her tug rope, she accidentally pierced my thumb nail in a bid to snatch it from me during play, for this reason we won't be homing with under 16 year olds. 

She will happily parade around with her rope - she will also chase a ball and is good with her nose.

She will hold on to her tug and will hold her own against my male Malinois - she has never over stimulated enough to scrap for the tug if playing with another dog but will warn other dogs away if it's on the ground (all bluster - not nasty with it at all). 

For someone who does agility or flyball I really think she would be great. Or an active person/family who enjoy long or regular walks/hikes, jogging etc. She goes off lead with me - is very owner focused. She does the basics like sit/down and recall but would thrive with more training. She travels well - is giddy when she wants to get out of the van but that is understandable being a high energy pup. She has been clean and non destructive, will crate and can be left though I don't really leave her for more than 3 hours. She will take a bit of experience, only because shes a firecracker who wants to do proper dog stuff - also a sense of humour when she accidentally grabs your thumb or rebounds off your chest! She's a little star. She isn’t that fussed about other dogs - will happily co-habit - likes dogs that will tug with her but obviously needs to be a similar temperament which won't be overly competetive with her. She’s eager to please and would love someone to do tricks and learning with. She is pleasant meeting people/other dogs while out. Nothing really phases her - will tow on the lead but she's only small. Please do not apply if you want a couch potato - she has a great off switch and will chill if exercised right but we would love to see her in a home where she will be active."

You will find full details of this dog in their album in the photo's section on Facebook or if on FB by clicking on the link above to their album.

If you are interested in offering Bracken a forever home please complete the form below, please put as much detail as possible, this helps us to build a picture of whether the dog would be a good match for your family.

Before completing the form please check the following criteria as you will not get a response if the criteria is not met:

* We will not rehome this dog to families with children under the age of 16 years.

* We do like to confirm the landlord has given permission if you do not own your own property.

* You must have a secure garden.

* Families must live within an approximate 100 mile radius of our base in Rochdale/ Manchester.

We also do not rehome where the dogs are left for long periods each day, this may vary from dog to dog with regards to how long they can be left but any detail about hours and routines is useful for us.

http://www.rochdale-dog-rescue.com/RehomingEnquiry.html


All our dogs are fully vaccinated, spayed/neutered, microchipped, flea & worm treated before homing unless too young or upon advice from our vet/s.

Thank you to some kind and caring people we have been able to save Bracken! She came into the care of RDR on Thursday 14th October 2021. She needs a new home as soon as possible.




No. 4751: SALLY (Spayed, Fully Vaccinated & Microchipped)

Sally needs a new home.

Saluki Cross, female, born 1/11/2014. She is brown and gold, she has a smooth coat and she is medium to large in size. She is underweight. She is currently in emergency foster. Sally is a friendly girl who is housetrained, knows basic commands and she is good with other dogs. She has a high prey drive so no cats or small furries and she will need a garden with high boundaries. Sally can suffer from separation anxiety so would prefer somebody who is around for most of the time.

"We met Sally this morning. She had only just arrived at the kennel and was a little unsure of us and very nervous. In spite of this she came for a little walk then we could get to know her. Sally walked nicely. She likes to lead the way but will then stop and wait for you to catch up. In the short time we spent with her she had started to respond to us and seemed to enjoy being stroked and having us make a fuss of her. She's a beautiful girl and hopefully she won't have to wait too long before she gets a new home."

"I met the lovely Sally this morning! She was a bit shy at first, but seemed happy to trot off for a lovely stroll. She walks beautifully on the lead. She is very focused walker and didn’t stop to sniff at all on the walk. She is a bit nervous with cars coming up from behind or any loud noises, but she just turned round to check everything is ok and carried on walking. She seems happy to have gentle strokes but she seems happier with slow gentle movements to adjust her coat and her her head etc. Her tail went from tucked underneath to bouncing happily behind her by the end of the walk. Absolute pleasure to walk this lovely gentle girl."

You will find full details of this dog in their album in the photo's section on Facebook or if on FB by clicking on the link above to their album.

If you are interested in offering Sally a forever home please complete the form below, please put as much detail as possible, this helps us to build a picture of whether the dog would be a good match for your family.

Before completing the form please check the following criteria as you will not get a response if the criteria is not met:

* We do not rehome to families with children under the age of 10 years.

* No cats or small furries in the home for this dog.

* We do like to confirm the landlord has given permission if you do not own your own property.

* You must have a secure garden.

* Families must live within an approximate 100 mile radius of our base in Rochdale/ Manchester.

We also do not rehome where the dogs are left for long periods each day, this may vary from dog to dog with regards to how long they can be left but any detail about hours and routines is useful for us.

http://www.rochdale-dog-rescue.com/RehomingEnquiry.html


All our dogs are fully vaccinated, spayed/neutered, microchipped, flea & worm treated before homing unless too young or upon advice from our vet/s.

Thank you to some kind and caring people we have been able to help Sally! She came into the care of RDR on Saturday 23rd October 2021. She needs a new home as soon as possible.




No. 4752: VEE (Spayed, First Vaccinated & Microchipped)

Vee needs a new home.

Patterdale Terrier, female, born 1/11/2013. She is black, she has a rough coat and she is small in size. Vee is a friendly girl who is housetrained and she knows basic commands. Vee needs a home where she is the only dog and with no cats or other small furries.

"Met the lovely Vee this morning. She was a little hesitant at first with her wee tail tucked under but seemed happy to get walking. She walks at a good pace for her age and was pretty focused with only the occasional sniff. She paused when she saw the first dog but walked happily by, and after that she seemed more self assured passing dogs, horses and with traffic. She seemed to enjoy the country trail and her little tail perked up when she saw a pheasant. She wasn’t too interested in biscuits but seemed happy to trot along with a wee fuss or two along the way."

"Uncle JB walked lovely little Vee. What a lovely sweet girl she is. She was fab on her lead, absolutely no trouble at all. She enjoyed a good sniff about and she walked quite quickly. She walked perfectly with 3 other dogs and she didn't mind them walking near her. She was good with traffic and fine when people approached with other dogs."

"Nice to see wee Vee again this morning! She is walks so smartly and kept up the pace without any sniffing - super focused! Don’t let those silver whiskers fool you! She is really low maintenance and walks without any bother and doesn’t seem to crave the fuss and loving that some of the others do. Gorgeous girl."

"This morning we took Vee out for a walk with Delilah. Both girls got along just fine and were happy to walk side by side and enjoy a few tasty snacks together.

Vee is a proper little terrier, and likes to walk in front on a tight lead. She is constantly busy sniffing around, following little trails and having a good look around her. She got excited when we saw a squirrel and would have definitely been up for a chase.
She is small and slight so very easy to manage on her lead and she enjoyed a good long walk this morning.
She sat nicely for her treat and took it very gently. She was friendly with other dogs we passed. She has a lovely nature and is super cute too- the perfect little companion."

You will find full details of this dog in their album in the photo's section on Facebook or if on FB by clicking on the link above to their album.

If you are interested in offering Vee a forever home please complete the form below, please put as much detail as possible, this helps us to build a picture of whether the dog would be a good match for your family.

Before completing the form please check the following criteria as you will not get a response if the criteria is not met:

* Vee will need to be the only dog in the home as we do not know how she is with other dogs in a home.

* We will not rehome this dog to families with children under the age of 16 years.

* No cats or small furries in the home for this dog.

* We do like to confirm the landlord has given permission if you do not own your own property.

* You must have a secure garden.

* Families must live within an approximate 100 mile radius of our base in Rochdale/ Manchester.

We also do not rehome where the dogs are left for long periods each day, this may vary from dog to dog with regards to how long they can be left but any detail about hours and routines is useful for us.

http://www.rochdale-dog-rescue.com/RehomingEnquiry.html


All our dogs are fully vaccinated, spayed/neutered, microchipped, flea & worm treated before homing unless too young or upon advice from our vet/s.

Thank you to some kind and caring people we have been able to help Vee! She came into the care of RDR on Saturday 6th November 2021. She needs a new home as soon as possible.




No. 4753: FREEWAY & LUCY (Neutered, Spayed, Fully Vaccinated & Microchipped)

Freeway & Lucy need a new home.

Freeway is a Jack Russell Terrier Cross, male, born 1/01/2013. He is brown and white, he has a rough coat and he is small to medium in size. Lucy is a Crossbreed, female, approximately 11 years old She is black and white, she has a smooth coat and she is small to medium in size. They have been signed over to the care of RDR due to the death of their owner. They are housetrained, know basic commands, walk well on the lead and they are good with other dogs. 

"Met Lucy and Freeway this morning! They were great fun. Lucy walks so nicely on the lead and really just floats along at your side and matches her pace with yours. Freeway is more eager to get going but both walk beautifully together on the lead. Nothing seemed to faze them and when I asked if they’d like a biscuit Freeway sat immediately! Gorgeous pair of dogs in good condition with lovely manners."

"I walked Freeway and Lucy together. I'd never met them before and they happily let me walk in their kennel and put them both on leads with no issue. They are best buddies. Freeway was more confident than Lucy and straight away wanted fuss. They were easy to walk, I mostly held both leads in one hand. We walked with two other dogs, apart from the odd grumble from Freeway, all dogs got on great. Lucy is much quieter and a little wary at times. A few times when we stopped, she would howl and tucked her tail under between her legs. As soon as we started walking again her tail would be back up and she was fine. Both these dogs are very sweet and have a lovely nature."

You will find full details of these dogs in their album in the photo's section on Facebook or if on FB by clicking on the link above to their album.

If you are interested in offering Freeway & Lucy a forever home please complete the form below, please put as much detail as possible, this helps us to build a picture of whether the dog would be a good match for your family.

Before completing the form please check the following criteria as you will not get a response if the criteria is not met:

* We do not rehome dogs to families with children under the age of 10 years.

* No cats or small furries in the home for these dogs.

* We do like to confirm the landlord has given permission if you do not own your own property.

* You must have a secure garden.

* Families must live within an approximate 100 mile radius of our base in Rochdale/ Manchester.

We also do not rehome where the dogs are left for long periods each day, this may vary from dog to dog with regards to how long they can be left but any detail about hours and routines is useful for us.

http://www.rochdale-dog-rescue.com/RehomingEnquiry.html


All our dogs are fully vaccinated, spayed/neutered, microchipped, flea & worm treated before homing unless too young or upon advice from our vet/s.

Thank you to some kind and caring people we have been able to help Freeway & Lucy! They came into the care of RDR on Sunday 7th November 2021. They need a new home as soon as possible.




No. 4754: DELILAH (Spayed, Fully Vaccinated & Microchipped)

Delilah needs a new home.

French Bulldog, female, born 2/05/2016. She is dark brindle with white on her chest and she is small to medium in size. She is currently in emergency foster with other dogs, cats and older children. Delilah is a friendly girl who is housetrained and she knows basic commands.

"I met Delilah this morning. She is just adorable. Very friendly and just so cuddly. Delilahs a little on the portly side but that doesn't stop her in the slightest. She walks at a good pace and likes to lead the way and happily walked for over an hour. She knows how to sit when asked and is really well mannered. We walked her with 3 other small dogs and she was happy for them to approach her or walk close to her. Delilahs such a fantastic little dog, I don't think she'll have long to wait for her new home and family."

"I met Delilah this morning! Oh what a wee beauty! She seemed super happy to see me when I popped into her kennel and put her lead on. She jumped up and then rolled on her back for some tummy rubs! She just loves fuss and love and who couldn’t resist that face! She walks beautifully on the lead and walks at a nice pace and doesn’t pull at all. She has the typical Frenchie noises and is definitely not a stealth dog. She did bark when we saw another dog but a quick tug and off we went- no bother at all! She’s just lovely and I fell more than a little in love with her."

"I collected Delilah from kennels and brought her home - let her meet my smaller dogs then into the kitchen where my female Shepherd was. Absolutely neutral to all which surprised me as she had a 'No Dogs' collar on and I had been told she's potentially dog reactive - she was quite happy to mill about amongst my lot (I own 8) and cats too. Under no impression that this was the real Delilah as she was relieved to be out of kennels and into a very self assured and confident group of dogs that were not giving her any hassle. 

As time went on she seemed to single out my male Belgian Shepherd Genie and did a few bully slams into him to gauge his reaction - quite comical really as he's the absolute joker of my lot with no dog malice in him whatsoever - he didn't know what to make of her and came to me for help. I told her to behave and we went out for a walk instead. 

She is super enthusiastic about walks - she gets really excited when you fetch her lead. Off we went on a decent length walk - she walked beautifully - we did not see any other dogs while out but she was perfectly behaved with mine. 

I let her off lead in a secure field which she loved. She spotted 3 of my Shepherds playing tug with a rope, this triggered the bully in her and she ran towards the commotion - she would not call away from this (not that I expected her too - but worth bearing in mind for new owners) and she went and grabbed the rope too (against a working line Shepherd and two Malinois - this girl has serious ambition!) anyway I let her join for a few mins before re directng them onto something less stimulating but she was fine. Later on she decided to body slam my Shepherd bitch who sent her packing with a sharp bog off bark - no counter reaction from Delilah and she came away a tad sheepish & has been absolutely fine since. 

This does not mean that she's ok with dogs. She definitely will clash with dogs of the same ilk. I think she could live with other dogs as long as they are well balanced and non reactive which is hard to find but can be done - I think as an only dog she would be fine as long as she gets her walks - she is said to be lead reactive while walking - I have not managed to take her out solo to test this yet but will do over the next week & will update. 

In the home she's a dream. No apparent separation issues/very clean, none destructive. 

She loves toys and will fetch one everytime I enter the room. She's a bugger for chasing my cats - but doesnt grab them - she will body slam them if she can but they have their own space here and escape routes so they are now avoiding her. 

Shes not yet been spayed, has been used for breeding so that could be contributing to behaviours - as I type she's on a bed in the middle of two Sheps playing. She's very pleasant with people, affectionate and playful. 

She may be on her best behaviour at the moment while she weighs us up - flooding dogs this way can go either way but given her options are either here or kennels as we have no quiet fosterers free at the moment we will see how we go. 

I think she's just a bossy bully with attitude. Please do not apply unless very confident, not phased about dealing with lead reactivity etc."

You will find full details of this dog in their album in the photo's section on Facebook or if on FB by clicking on the link above to their album.

If you are interested in offering Delilah a forever home please complete the form below, please put as much detail as possible, this helps us to build a picture of whether the dog would be a good match for your family.

Before completing the form please check the following criteria as you will not get a response if the criteria is not met:

* We do not rehome to families with children under the age of 10 years.

* No cats or small furries in the home for this dog.

* We do like to confirm the landlord has given permission if you do not own your own property.

* You must have a secure garden.

* Families must live within an approximate 100 mile radius of our base in Rochdale/ Manchester.

We also do not rehome where the dogs are left for long periods each day, this may vary from dog to dog with regards to how long they can be left but any detail about hours and routines is useful for us.

http://www.rochdale-dog-rescue.com/RehomingEnquiry.html


All our dogs are fully vaccinated, spayed/neutered, microchipped, flea & worm treated before homing unless too young or upon advice from our vet/s.

Thank you to some kind and caring people we have been able to help Delilah! She came into the care of RDR on Tuesday 9th November 2021. She needs a new home as soon as possible.




No. 4755: RUDY (First Vaccinated & Microchipped)

Rudy needs a new home.

American Bulldog, male, born 6.08.2018. He is white with light brindle patches and he is medium in size. He was found as a stray. Rudy is a friendly boy who is Ok with other dogs.

"Met Rudy this morning for the first time. He was a little anxious at first bless him - so understandable- but was fairly happy to come along with me on the walk, and settled well after about 15 - 20 minutes.

He walks very well on his lead and for a big lad he doesn’t pull. He loved a good sniff and explore and was in no hurry to walk - he seemed to be enjoying being outdoors. 
We were walking along a narrow path and two ladies came towards us on horseback and I wondered how this would go, but I needn’t have worried - I asked him to sit and he sat the whole while they came towards us, and went past us, and was extremely well behaved when the ladies chatted to us as they went past. I think he wanted to go with them to be honest as he watched them go happily wagging his tail.
We sat for a chat and treats and he showed me how he can sit and take a treat very gently. He didn’t look for affection but was happy to be stroked and reassured, and I did get a little lean in after a while- I think the unfamiliarity of everything was a little too much for him but it wasn’t anything that was worrying- just a natural reaction to his situation I guess.
On our walk back to the kennels we met a lady with a young Labrador, and we walked along together chatting for 15 minutes or so and Rudy was the perfect gentleman and so very well behaved.
Rudy is a very handsome young man - he has a lovely white coat with beautiful brindle patches, and he has those lovely light brown eyes. I hope he gets his forever home soon - he’s an absolute dream!"

"We met gorgeous boy Rudy today and we walked him with Saxon. Rudy is only a young lad, he has a lovely face and nice markings. He is one big baby. We were told to take it easy as he's a little unsure, however he made friends with us straight away and was eager to go for a walk. He walked well on his lead, he didn't pull and didn't react to traffic. He wasn't at all interested in Saxon, he was just happy to walk near him. We did walk passed other dogs and Rudy leaned towards them sniffing with his tail wagging. He can also sit on command. We took him down to the river where he enjoyed a little paddle and play in the water. He is very lovable."

"I met the gorgeous Rudy this morning. He was happy to see me and after a quick sniff we set off on a nice stroll. Although he’s a big boy, he’s happy to stop and sniff and mark his scent along the path, so he doens’t really pull on the lead. That said, he can be a bit stubborn if he wants to keep sniffing something it takes a bit of encouragement to get him moving! He’s gentle and takes biscuits politely and seems to enjoy affection. He was brilliant on the lead passing people and dogs and didn’t bat an eyelid! Lovely boy."

You will find full details of this dog in their album in the photo's section on Facebook or if on FB by clicking on the link above to their album.

If you are interested in offering Rudy a forever home please complete the form below, please put as much detail as possible, this helps us to build a picture of whether the dog would be a good match for your family.

Before completing the form please check the following criteria as you will not get a response if the criteria is not met:

* We do not rehome to families with children under the age of 10 years.

* No cats or small furries in the home for this dog.

* We do like to confirm the landlord has given permission if you do not own your own property.

* You must have a secure garden.

* Families must live within an approximate 100 mile radius of our base in Rochdale/ Manchester.

We also do not rehome where the dogs are left for long periods each day, this may vary from dog to dog with regards to how long they can be left but any detail about hours and routines is useful for us.

http://www.rochdale-dog-rescue.com/RehomingEnquiry.html


All our dogs are fully vaccinated, spayed/neutered, microchipped, flea & worm treated before homing unless too young or upon advice from our vet/s.

Thank you to some kind and caring people we have been able to help Rudy! He came into the care of RDR on Thursday 11th November 2021. He needs a new home as soon as possible.




No. 4756: BUDDY (Fully Vaccinated & Microchipped)

Buddy needs a permanent foster home.

Jack Russell Terrier, male, 15 years old. He is tan and white, he has a rough coat and he is small in size. He has been signed over to the care of RDR as his owner has sadly passed away. Buddy is a friendly old boy who seems Ok with other dogs; we are looking for a permanent foster home for him.

"Buddy is such a lovely boy! For his age he is very spritely and walked well on the lead. He enjoyed a good sniff as we strolled along. He passed cars, bikes and other dogs no bother and nothing seemed to phase him. Gorgeous wee fellow!"

"Had a nice walk with Buddy... we had a good 45 minute walk and he was great! He walks at a smart pace on the lead but is happy to stop and sniff and was brilliant when we met other dogs. He was happy to let them sniff him and his tail was wagging. Nothing phases him and he was a pleasure to walk with. Surprisingly spritely for his age! Love him!"

You will find full details of this dog in their album in the photo's section on Facebook or if on FB by clicking on the link above to their album.

If you are interested in offering Buddy a permanent foster home please complete the form below, please put as much detail as possible, this helps us to build a picture of whether the dog would be a good match for your family.

Before completing the form please check the following criteria as you will not get a response if the criteria is not met:

* We do not rehome to families with children under the age of 10 years.

* We do like to confirm the landlord has given permission if you do not own your own property.

* You must have a secure garden.

* Families must live within an approximate 100 mile radius of our base in Rochdale/ Manchester.

We also do not rehome where the dogs are left for long periods each day, this may vary from dog to dog with regards to how long they can be left but any detail about hours and routines is useful for us.

http://www.rochdale-dog-rescue.com/RehomingEnquiry.html


All our dogs are fully vaccinated, spayed/neutered, microchipped, flea & worm treated before homing unless too young or upon advice from our vet/s.

Thank you to some kind and caring people we have been able to help Buddy. He came into the care of RDR on Monday 22nd November 2021. He needs a permanent foster home as soon as possible.





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