Dog Gallery

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For more information on the dogs, please phone 07867 972870, Please call before travelling.

Please see the Rehoming page for details of our Rehoming Policy.

 

Foxy

Female Pomerainian 4 years old, has had a very unsettled life to date. She is a lovely dog but needs stability and a forever home. Cannot be rehomed to the Great yarmouth area and must be the only dog

She will need a home with someone around most of the day for company and would be best suited to an adult home where she can have some peace and quiet. She has been very badly injured in the past so we need to make sure it is the right home for her.

Rascal

Young male Labrador Retriever who will need lots of training and a patient experienced owner in an adult home. He has not had the best life so far and has been passed around and is still currently under assessment. If you feel you could offer the right home then please contact us by email.

He will not be ready for rehoming until around the 1st July and cannot be rehomed to the Great yarmouth area.


  To rehome any of our dogs go to the rehoming page and fill in the application form in as much detail as possible, and email to rspcaeastnorfolk@aol.com or call the adoption line on 07867 972870 

   We will not rehome any dog with an unknown history to a home with children under the age of 13. It is recommended that dogs should NOT be left alone for any longer than four hours. We will also not rehome a dog if it is to be tethered in any way. All of our dogs must live within a home environment. You must have a secure enclosed garden with no escape holes and a minimum of 5 to 6ft fence in height. 

 

All our dogs are neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and vet checked, they are also up to date with flea and worm treatments.

The adoption fees for our dogs vary, the fees will be displayed under each individual dog.

Taking your new dog home (pdf)

This in no way covers the amount it has cost the branch to rehabilitate each dog, and every one will cost the branch in excess of £500 as a minimum to rehome. The adoption fee just helps us to continue to help local animals.