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Many of the thousands of dogs end up in rescues centres because of their high energy level. As we value that energy in our sport, many would make super agility dogs, if only given a chance. If you are looking for another dog, have a look at the dogs below. Open your heart and give one of these 'little guys' a good home. Or if you know of someone - a friend, neighbour or work colleague who is looking for a dog as a pet, do pass on the web site.

We will promise to keep a dog on this page for three months at least. If it has not rehomed within this time, we'll move it over to the Still Looking page as space is limited and there are lots of dogs waiting to be rehomed. If a dog is re-homed, whether through the pages of Agilitynet or other sources, could you please let us know asap so we can make room for another rescue dog.

If you know of a rescue dog that would make a good agility or flyball prospect, preferably two years old or under, download this template, answer all the questions about the dog's history etc. and return with a photo of the dog by email. That way, you won't get time wasters and we can post the dog a whole lot faster). We'll try to let you know what's happened to these dogs on the Happy Endings page.

Please note that the entries for the dogs below have been provided by the rescue organisation and Agilitynet cannot be held responsible for any errors or misleading descriptions.

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Breed: Crossbreed

Contact: Email tania@sos-animals.org.uk www.sos-animals.org.uk

MISS LI

History: Miss Li was rescued in Spain by SOS Animals and is ready to come to the UK. She is the most intelligent dog any of the volunteers have ever worked with..
Description: She is beautiful with one blue eye and one brown eye. This picture does not do her justice! She is a rare beauty. A friendly girl, good with other dogs, she has learnt many new commands and is very eager to please, she loves training and has very high energy levels. Everyone who has met her has been astounded by her intelligence and speed of learning.
Rehoming criteria: She would make a great addition to an agility home!
Child friendly:
Unknown but can be tested
Able to live with cats: Unknown but can be tested
Age: 1.5 years
Sex: Bitch
Neutered: Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
Micro-chipped: Yes
Flea sprayed & wormed: Yes
Cost: Donation
Where dog can be seen:  Will be in the UK in the summer  (11/06/11)  

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Breed: CrossBreed

Contact: Ring James Mint on tel. 01702 258041 or m. 07815043731. Email: minty2796@hotmail.com

PICKLE (REVISED)

History: Pickle was rescued when a pup by his present owner. Owners now both work and cannot give him the time and attention he deserves.
Description: Pickle is a very intelligent dog who would benefit from more training. He is a medium-sized crossbreed - white, shorthaired with red blaze on face. He measures about 17 inches at shoulder so would be in Medium agility. He has a lively, loving personality. Trim and fit. Knows basic demands and comes when called. Excitable when meeting new people and dogs but no malice in him at all. Very fast and agile with a terrific jump in him. Loves his ball and learns very quickly. Housetrained and non-destructive.
Rehoming criteria: Needs a working home to harness his potential.
Child friendly:
Yes, has lived with young children.
Able to live with cats: Not tested.
Age: 2 years
Sex: Dog
Neutered: Yes, will be before rehoming.
Vaccinated: Yes
Micro-chipped: Yes
Flea sprayed & wormed: Yes
Cost: Free to the right home.
Where dog can be seen: Canewdon, Nr. Rochford, Essex
 (11/06/11)

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Breed: Collie/Whippet X

Contact: Email Julia at p.wort@tiscali.co.uk or ring m. 07538 398319  www.fourpawsanimalrescue.org.uk

BRONTE

History: Bronte came to us from a local pound, picked up as a stray, very thin and was very nervous but has come on so well.
Description: Bronte is a very bright, responsive, intelligent young lady who wants to please. She loves comfy beds, lots of treats and to play and run with other dogs especially on the beach. She is currently living with three other dogs.
Rehoming criteria: Bronte would enjoy an active home.
Child friendly: Yes
Able to live with cats: Not tested
Age: Approx 10 months
Sex: Bitch
Neutered: Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
Micro-chipped: Yes
Flea sprayed & wormed: Yes
Cost: Donation £135.00
Where dog can be seen:  Bridgend, South Wales
 (11/06/11)


Breed: Mongrel

Contact: Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, Old Windsor. Ring  tel. 01784 494443 or email bow.rehomers@battersea.org.uk
Please state reference 10/21287

DOLLY

History: Dolly came into the Home as a stray and we do not have any history on her.
Description: Dolly is a medium sized, shorthaired mongrel. She is a fun, loveable, clever canine who has a real zest for life. Dolly will need good mental and physical stimulation and would enjoy a home with experienced owners who may perhaps be interested in agility or flyball training. Dolly would love to have fun with her new owners meeting new doggy pals and keeping fit. New owners should be prepared and dedicated to spend time training Dolly as she is still very young. Dolly is ready to get to work with further training and make her new owners proud that they chose a Battersea dog!
Rehoming criteriaWe are seeking an experienced home for Dolly in a semi rural/rural environment. Dolly can become worried by some dogs and is better suited to a home where she is the only dog. Dolly is looking for a multi carer household where everyone can be involved in her training and routine. Dolly is not suitable to live with young children due to the need for consistent training and control to be maintained.
Age: 1yrs old approx
S
ex: Female
Neutered: Not yet but will be done prior to rehoming

Vaccinated: Yes
Micro-chipped: Will be done prior to rehoming
Flea sprayed & wormed: Yes
Cost: £105
Where dog can be seen:  Windsor, Berks.
 (01/04/11)


 
Breed:
 Jack Russell Terrier type

Contact: Ring Kathy Napper on 07754 885431

MINDY

History: Mindy was originally found, along with her sister, as a stray. Mindy has been re-homed once already but unfortunately due to a change in work commitments they are not able to give her the time, direction and affection she needs so she has had to come back.
Description: Mindy is a beautiful, kind, clever and very affectionate little girl. She is very willing to learn and enjoys training so she can use her mind. She is able to walk on lead well and when off lead her recall is good, she knows the basics but although she will need further training and patience she is quick to learn. She is well mannered with her food and is good with other dogs and cats. She loves a cuddle and will return your love with lots of kisses given half the chance. We feel that with right handling she could become a great little agility dog as she loves to jump and run she aims to please but will be cheeky if allowed. She likes her crate and is happy to be left for a short while.   
Rehoming criteria: We want Mindy to go to a home where her brains and natural ability are utilised. She would really love a nice active home where she will be given lots of exercise for mind and body, with lots of love and attention.
Child friendly: 
Yes
Able to live with cats: Yes
Age: Approx. 4 years old
Sex: Bitch
Neutered: Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
Micro-chipped: Yes
Flea sprayed & wormed: Yes
Cost: No cost, just a forever home required
Where dog can be seen:  Maidstone/Horsmonden,
Kent
(01/04/11)


Breed: GSD X WSD

Contact: Ring Tracey at UK German Shepherd Rescue on m. 07923 561748
www.ukgermanshepherdrecsue.co.uk

SAM

History: Sam came to us through no fault of his own; his owner was losing her accommodation.
Description: Sam is a very handsome Border collie x GSD he is quite large weighing 32kilos but of a slighter build of that of a shepherd. Sam has spent his whole life in a flat and since being in foster care has really blossomed, he loves to learn, and is full of energy and very responsive to training. He has a fantastic nature and loves to play with other dogs, but can get a little over excited when on the lead as he wants to go and meet every dog he sees. Sam has a slight separation anxiety but this can of course be worked with. 
Rehoming criteria: Sam would love to go to home where they will work with him, whether for agility or obedience, he has so much potential, he definitely isn’t a couch potato. Although Sam loves children and has lived them, because he is so bouncy at times we would only consider children of teenage age or above. Because he has slight separation anxiety his new owners would need to be with him most of the day, although I think with time he could be left for a few hours each day.
Child friendly: 
Yes
Able to live with cats: No
Age: 11 Mths
Sex: Dog
Neutered: No
Vaccinated: Yes
Micro-chipped: No
Flea sprayed & wormed: Yes
Cost: Donation
Where dog can be seen: Goffs Oak, Herts.  (01/04/11)


Breed: Crossbreed

Contact: Ring m. 07590 758811 or visit www.littledogrescue.co.uk

CHARLIE 1

History: Charlie came into The Little Dog Rescue from a private home as he was too lively for them.
DescriptionHe is a tri coloured Parsons Russell Terrier who gets on well with other dogs.
Rehoming criteria: Charlie would suit an active home as he has a lot of energy but is easily trainable.
Child friendly: Yes, aged 3+ years
Able to live with cats: Possibly with dog savvy cat and careful introductions
Age11 months
Sex: Male
Neutered: Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
Micro-chipped: No, but will be part of the adoption agreement
Flea sprayed & wormed: Yes
Cost: Adoption fee £150
Where dog can be seen: On foster in Sheffield, South Yorkshire (06/03/11)


Breed: BC/WSD

Contact: Ring Kath Dark on tel. 01327 872557 for more information

CHARLIE III

History: Rescued from living alone daily in a caravan, all Charlie did all day was watch the birds and wildlife around him. Charlie is from good working (sheep) stock.
Description: Very handsome Black/White smooth-coated Border Collie / Working Sheepdog boy with mottled legs and an athletic build. He is very friendly, happy and playful but very immature for his age. He needs lot's of attention to bring out his true potential, He can be pushy with other dogs through his teenage month but does back down if other dog/s tell him off. He has had a small amount of agility training over jumps.
Rehoming criteria:  I've met this boy and he has a lot to offer the right person. Will need someone who can give him the time he needs to mature. Will need to go to a knowledgeable collie home. Would prefer agility or flyball. He just needs someone to love him and give him the time he needs to learn.
Child friendly:
Yes but over 5 years old
Able to live with cats: Yes
Age: 17 months old
Sex: Dog
Neutered: Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
Micro-chipped: Yes
Flea sprayed & wormed: Yes
Cost: £!50
Where dog can be seen: Daventry, Northamptonshire
(06/03/11)


 
Breed: Medium Crossbreed

Contact: Ring Nikki Weeks on tel. 01883 334 515. E-mail: nikki@epsomcaninerescue.co.uk
Website: www.epsomcaninerescue.co.uk

CHAS

History: This lively young chap has been picked up on a number of occasions by the dog warden. Someone has obviously spent time training him as he sits and waits for his food, lead etc and knows to give a paw! 
Description: He is very sweet natured and loves lots of fuss and attention and is a firm favourite with the kennel girls. He does enjoy his walks and his happy to go out with all the other rescue dogs.
Rehoming criteria: We are looking for an active, loving home for this young fella with lots of cuddles! Chas will thrive in a home with people who enjoy training in agility or other activities so that he can reach his full potential.
Child friendly:
Yes, older children
Able to live with cats: Unknown
Age: Approx 12 months
Sex: Dog
Neutered: Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
Micro-chipped: Yes
Flea sprayed & wormed: Yes
Cost: Donation to Epsom Canine Rescue
Where dog can be seen:  Smallfield, Surrey
(06/03/11)


Breed: Border Collie

Contact: Ring Samantha Olney on m. 07817 603551 or email samjo55@hotmail.co.uk

DIXIE

History: I have owned Dixie from a pup. She is a beautiful, loving and very intelligent Border Collie. Genuine reason for re home, I am six months pregnant and she doesn’t seem to be coping well with it.
Description: Dixie is a black and white Border Collie. She is very intelligent and loves walks and any thing to keep her busy.
Rehoming criteria:
Dixie
 would benefit from an active home with lots of exercise.
Child friendly:
Yes
Able to live with cats: Yes
Age: 2 years
Sex: Bitch
Neutered: Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
Micro-chipped: Yes
Flea sprayed & wormed: Yes
Cost: Donation
Where dog can be seen: Cardiff,
 Wales (06/03/11)


Breed: Border Collie X

Contact: Ros & Chris Dobson, Rough Collie Rescue Midlands, Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire. Tel. 01789 269242
www.roughcollierescue.org.uk

PENNY

History:  Penny was gifted to us by Munster Lost & Found Pet Helpline (MLFPH). She was found straying in Cork City, Ireland Despite extensive advertising, the search for her owner was unsuccessful.
Description
: Penny is a very pretty tri-colour, short to medium-coat Border Collie/Border Collie X. She is very loving and loyal. She needs basic training, but is eager to please and would make a wonderful companion for somebody who understands the needs of this working breed. When she meets another dog for the first time she can become defensive but, with a little patience, encouragement and firm words, she gets on fine.  As with most BC types, she is extremely quick to learn and thrives on being praised. All she wants is to please. She is a real live-wire and, from the way she runs and leaps around the garden, we feel she has great potential as an agility dog. She is very fast.

Rehoming criteria: Penny was living with another energetic dog in Ireland and both spent the day playing happily. It would be great if we could place her where there is an existing dog that will teach her the finer things in life.  Although we believe Penny will thrive from being worked, above all else, we want her to be a much loved pet, to live indoors and enjoy loads of home comforts. We prefer to take our dogs to the potential new home to carry out the formal home-check at the same time, and would rather rehome in Warwickshire or immediate surrounding counties.
Child friendly:  Unknown but we do not rehome strays in homes where there are children under 10 years.
Able to live with cats: Unknown
Age10 months approximately (Feb 2011)
Sex: Bitch
Neutered: Yes 
Vaccinated: Yes
Micro-chipped: Yes
Flea sprayed & wormed:   Yes
Cost: The right home is most important to us but a realistic donation to help the next collie that comes into our care would be much appreciated.
Where dog can be seen:  Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire
(06/03/11)


 
Breed:
Crossbreed

Contact: Ring m. 07590 758811 or visit
www.littledogrescue.co.uk

JIM

History: Jim came into The Little Dog Rescue from a private home.
Description: He is a lovely boy who looks a bit like a mini lurcher. He is about knee height.
Rehoming criteria: He would suit an active home, preferably with other dog/s for company. Jim would love a home where someone is at home most of the day, but he can be left for short periods. He would benefit from training classes to add to the skills he has already learned.
Child friendly: Yes. Jim would be a suitable family dog.
Able to live with cats:  Yes
Age:  11 months
Sex: Male
Neutered: No - but will be part of the adoption agreement
Vaccinated: Yes
Micro-chipped: No - but will be part of the adoption agreement
Flea sprayed & wormed: Yes
Cost: Adoption fee £150
Where dog can be seen:  On foster in Greater Manchester (06/03/11)


Breed: Collie Lurcher (probably collie X whippet X greyhound)

Contact: Lurcher Link
Email: kaye@lurcherlink.org
Website:
  www.lurcherlink.org

MERLIN

History: Merlin has just come into Lurcher Link from another rescue where he was in foster for five months. Prior to this he was in rescue kennels where he didn't cope well. 
Description: Merlin is a stunning blue merle collie Lurcher. He is bright and agile and, while biddable, he is green and a bit of a blank canvas. He is reportedly easily able to scale a 6 foot fence which is why we think agility might be his thing! Further details available from Lurcher Link.
Rehoming criteria Homechecks will be carried out.
Child Friendly: Not really known. He's very people-friendly, but may be a little bouncy for small children.
Cat friendly: No    
Age: 1-2 years
Sex: Dog
Neutered: Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
Micro-chipped: Yes
Flea sprayed & wormed: Yes 
Cost: Minimum donation required
Where dog can be seen: North Wiltshire with fosterer (23/02/11) 


Breed: JRT X

Contact: Foal Farm Animal Rescue Centre, Jail Lane, Biggin Hill, Kent.TN16 3AX.
Tel. 01959 572386
Email:
 dogs@foalfarm.org.uk
Web site:
 www.foalfarm.org.uk

JACK

History: Jack was an unwanted puppy.
Description: Jack is tiny. The picture really doesn't do this small fella justice. He is very active and gets on well with other dogs. He is kennelled with another dog at the moment.
Rehoming criteria: Jack needs a home that's going to acknowledge what a busy boy he is and provide all the necessary puppy training. He is definitely either going to be a very good boy with the right training or a very naughty boy with the wrong training! Some of my agility friends met Jack last week and thought he was a definite candidate for a small agility enthusiast.
Child friendly: Yes
Able to live with cats: Yes, existing cats need to stand up for themselves and Jack's owner needs to be aware that he will need some work to ensure Jack does not start to find cats fun to chase.
Age: 20 weeks old
Sex: Dog
Neutered: No. The- rescue centre will arrange neutering when Jack is a little bit older
Vaccinated: Yes
Micro-chipped: Yes
Flea sprayed & wormed: Yes
Cost: £160 (includes vaccination, microchip and neutering)
Where dog can be seen:  Biggin Hill, Kent (23/02/11) 


Breed: Collie X 

Contact: Email Gemma Ahearne at g.ahearne@2008.ljmu.ac.uk or ring
m. 07999 187604 or direct to the kennels quoting 'Devon, Collie X' Ahearne Rescue Dog, Scamps Boarding Kennels at Larton Livery, CH48 1PL.
 Tel. 0151 625 6477

You are more than welcome to have a long meeting with Devon, without us present.

DEVON

History: I found Devon as stray. He allowed me to untie him when I found him. He was good natured and allowed my seven dogs to interact with him. He served seven days in pound. Devon is currently getting very kennel stressed and has been moody with my dogs since. I imagine with training and socialisation he will again be fine. You are more than welcome to bring your dogs for off lead introduction.
Description: Devon is a fantastic Collie X boy. Very. He is very energetic and can clear 5 foot fences in one small effort, so needs a secure home and garden.
Rehoming criteria: Devon will need an experienced collie home. He is boisterous and full of life, so we are looking for a home where that energy can be redirected. He needs to work and to be loved. Has had a go at the indoor jumps at the riding school. You would be more than welcome to investigate Devon's jumping and potential agility yourself if you make an appointment on a Monday when the jumps are free. Currently boarding at private kennels.
Child friendly: 
Yes, from what I have seen, although careful introductions would be needed due to stray background and high energy levels.
Able to live with cats: Unsure as do not have cats. There are cats at the livery yard though, so possible to test.
Age: 2-3 years, but acts and looks like a puppy, so may well be younger.
Sex: Dog
Neutered: No, but we have neutering voucher here so can be done by the time of rehoming.
Vaccinated: No but will be done by time of rehoming.
Micro-chipped: No but will be done by time of rehoming.
Flea sprayed & wormed: Yes
Cost: Donation to continue our work and show you are a serious adopter.
Where dog can be seen:  Frankby on the Wirral, by appointment
(23/02/11) 


Breed: JRT

Contact: Teckels Animal Sanctuary, Whitminster, Gloucester GL2 7LU
Tel: 01452 740 300

ALFIE

History: Alfie came to the shelter as a stray, so there is no previous background information about him.
Description: Alfie is a small JRT. He is a very energetic dog who will require plenty of exercise, he will not be able to be a 'lap dog' due to his very bossy nature and he likes to think he is in charge. Alfie responds well to clicker training and treats. He will also respond very well to a tennis ball. Although he can be possessive over his belongings especially his bed and toys.
Rehoming criteria: Looking for an experienced, very active home. Alfie is good with other dogs but would not suit a home with cats or small animals.
Child friendly:
Yes
Able to live with cats: Yes
Age: 2 years
Sex: Dog
Neutered: Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
Micro-chipped: Yes
Flea sprayed & wormed: Yes
Cost: £135 adoption fee to help the animal shelter costs.
Where dog can be seen:  
Whitminster, Gloucester (24/01/11)


Breed: WSD

Contact: Ring Sarah Gunther on tel: +00353 86 1545454
Email: webmaster@egar.org

SAMMY

History: Sammy was dumped and taken in by EGAR.
Description: He is quite a big white dog with black patches, two black speckled ears and two bright blue eyes. He is obviously from working strain as he tries to round up the horses, cats and dogs here. He is very agile, loves to jump, is very eager to please and very obedient and keen to learn.  
Rehoming criteria: Sammy needs a task and would excel at agility without a doubt.
Sammy is in Ireland but will be rehomed to the UK if the right home comes along. He will need to live in and a home visit and rehoming contract apply.
Child friendly:
Yes
Able to live with cats: Yes
Age: 1 year
Sex: Dog
Neutered: Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
Micro-chipped: Yes
Flea sprayed & wormed: Yes
Cost: Rehoming fee is 120 Euro
Where dog can be seen:  EGAR, Co. Galway, Ireland
(24/01/11)


Breed: Labrador X

Contact: Jo at West Yorkshire Dog Rescue
Mobile:
07827 294856
Email: jo@westyorkshiredogrescue.co.uk

GUS

History: Gus came from a home where they found it hard to channel him into the right things and cope with him.
Description: Gus is Yellow in colour, medium sized and short coated with good confirmation. He can jump high and is a very loving and obedient dog who loves to learn new things and use his mind. Overall he is a very bright, energetic boy.
Rehoming criteria: Gus would like an experienced active home.
Child friendly: 
Yes
Able to live with cats: No
Age: 1 year
Sex: Dog
Neutered: Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
Micro-chipped: Yes
Flea sprayed & wormed: Yes
Cost: £150
Where dog can be seen:  In foster in West Yorkshire 

Look Again... 

Breed: Labrador

Contact: Erica Styles at Dogs for the Disabled. M. 07880 722731
www.dogsforthedisabled.org

Update: Thanks to Agilitynet Otis found a lovely new home and settled very well, so much that his possession issue is now rarely seen. Very sadly his new owner has had a sudden change of circumstance and is forced to give him up. We are once again looking for a home for this friendly boy. (24/01/11)

OTIS

History: Otis was withdrawn form our Assistance Dog Training Scheme due to possession issues. He spent the first 8 months of his life being socialised, so he is fully house trained with basic obedience. He is currently based at our training centre in Banbury, where we have been working to manage his possessiveness. He is still playful and will sometimes try to run off with an object. However, we are now at the stage where he will give up his stolen goodies nicely.
Description: Otis is a handsome lab with the smoothest of coats. He has a genuinely kind temperament and loves to please. He is very affectionate and loves human company. We have found that he enjoys training and is quick to learn – currently mastering high fives! He has shown interest in our agility equipment and so far is enjoying hurdles and the cloth tunnel.
Rehoming criteria: Otis is looking for a home without children. He will need owners who are firm but fair and are able to set clear boundaries and stick to them. With the right owner he will make a lovely companion and will form a strong bond.
Child friendly:
No
Able to live with cats: No
Age: 18 months
Sex: Dog
Neutered: Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
Micro-chipped: Yes
Flea sprayed & wormed: Yes
Cost: Voluntary donation
Where dog can be seen: Banbury, Oxfordshire (05/07/10)


Breed: WSD

Contact: Ring Gill at Teckles on
tel: 07980 934164 or email theminnicans@dsl.pipex
.com

Update: Taz is currently in a foster home where he is doing well. Bless him. (03/02/11) 

TAZ

History:  Meet poor Taz - only 10 months old and had more homes than you have had hot dinners. He has been passed around from pillar to post. In his last home they kept him a week outside before they got fed up with him.
Description:  He is completely confused and baffled and has little trust in humans when he first meets you, when you go to see him in his kennel he will go to back of it and coward down and show his teeth he is so frightened. Goodness knows what this lad has gone through. I have been out with him a few times now, once he is out the kennel and you give him a bit of space and time just walking him he comes round and is fine but he just has to weigh up whether you can be trusted or not - you cannot blame him. Today I walked him with my dog and he really is great with other dogs they are much easier to trust for him - he was a bit unsure how to play but he is up for learning bless him.
Rehoming criteria:  The perfect and right home for this lad is going to be an adult only home that is lovely and peaceful not a lot going on -somebody experienced of collies, another dog for him to play with would be a bonus but not essential - somebody who will give him lots of space to come round and gain his confidence. He is going to need lots of patience and love but, being so young, he should be fine. He needs training, and responds really quickly to your voice. He needs somebody gentle but firm.
Child friendly:
No
Able to live with cats: Not tested, but trainable.
Age: 10 months
Sex: Dog
Neutered: Yes
Vaccinated: Yes
Micro-chipped: Yes
Flea sprayed & wormed: Yes
Cost: Minimum donation £135.00
Where dog can be seen:  
Gloucester, Gloucestershire (05/12/10) 

 
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