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The Dog Rescuers - hard to home dogs

As part of their upcoming episodes, The Dog Rescuers will be featuring some of the longest-stay dogs in our care. These are dogs who have been hard to home through no fault of their own.

We've got more on these dogs below, along with some of the dogs who featured as special appeals in series five. Please don't be disappointed if any of these dogs have already found their new homes – we have so many more animals waiting for their forever families.

Roxy
Cross-breed Roxy is full of fun

Roxy is just three years old, and has been at our Halifax, Huddersfield and District branch for some time now. She’s an energetic dog who’s great with people, and is looking for an active home to keep her occupied.

Are you the one that Roxy is waiting for?

Marvin
Gentle giant Marvin is looking for love

Friendly six-year-old Marvin is waiting at Southport Animal Centre for a new family to take him home. He loves being around people, and other dogs too. He has so much potential as a well-rounded family dog, he just needs someone to give him a chance.

Could you be Marvin’s new family?

Reggie

Brainy Reggie is ready to learn

Reggie is an extremely smart, three-year-old, mastiff cross. He’s a big dog who's full of energy, so he’s looking for an owner who’s as keen on long walks as he is! Reggie's done really well with his basic training at York Animal Home, and he’s keen to learn more.

Would you like to be Reggie’s new best friend?

Stanley

Stanley’s waiting for his next big adventure

This two-year-old cross breed has bonded closely with staff at Block Fen Animal Centre, who are keen to see him settled into life in a real home. He’s a young dog who  loves to play – he’s looking for an active home where he can have plenty of fun and stimulation in his day to day life.

Will you invite Stanley into your life?

Layla the lurcher

Lovely lurcher Layla lives to play

Three-year-old Layla is at her happiest when a tennis ball is involved. She also loves nap time, snuggling up with people who visit her at Ashley Heath Animal Centre, and having a good fuss made of her. She adores being around other dogs too, and would be happy to share her home with another!

Can you offer Layla a tennis-ball filled home?

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There are hundreds of dogs in our centres searching for forever homes. They come in all different sizes and with their own unique personality. Start your search for a pet today. You never know who you'll meet and fall in love with.