Please contact our Rehoming co-ordinator, Jan Taylor, to offer a home – email
Brittany Rescue & Rehoming, Please help give a Brittany a home
Brittanys are energetic dogs and will be lively, affectionate pets. There are many reasons why some need to be re-homed. Family circumstances change or the dog may require more outlets for its enthusiasm than was expected. Our hope is that we can place ‘round pegs in round holes’ by finding out what the dog is like and what you are looking for and can offer.
For many people the challenge of coping with any young dog, no matter what its breed, can be too demanding. Giving a home to an older dog can be much easier, with a lot of the basic training, like house and car training, already done. Have a look at the brief ‘pen pictures’ of these dogs and, if you are interested, contact me by clicking the email link above for more information. Even if there is not one that is ideal for you we can still keep you informed if anything suitable does come along.
You can also support our Brittany rescue and rehoming service with a donation or perhaps by becoming a foster carer for dogs awaiting homes. To find out more please contact Jan Taylor by clicking the email link above.
If you wish to Sponsor or Donate towards the Kenneling costs of any of the dogs below please contact Jan Taylor on 01763 244071. Please mark any donations with the name of the dog you wish to sponsor.
BRITTANYS NEEDING A HOME
Dogs to be rehomed
We currently don’t have any dogs in need of rehoming.
To find out more about the Brittany Rescue and rehoming please contact Jan Taylor for more information. email@example.com
If you are thinking about adopting a Brittany and are willing to wait until the right dog is available please send me the following information to the email address above and I will add you to the list.
- name and full address
- Land line phone number if available and email address
- details of the dog you are looking for i.e. sex and colour etc.
We very rarely have any puppies in rescue. The average age seems to be 4/5 years or older.