Here are some of the dogs available for rehoming at Mutts in Distress. Please be aware that we cannot be sure how well any of the dogs will get on with any cats or other animals you may have at home.
These dogs are featured here because none of them were wearing ID discs when picked up and when scanned, none were microchipped. Look after your pet and get him microchipped – that way he will be returned to you if he strays. Dogs must wear ID tags by law. Ask at reception for disc engraving done while you wait and microchipping by appointment.
We have new dogs arriving at the centre every day and so the most recent arrivals may not feature on this page for a few days. Please contact us if you’d like more up to date information.
Please – think carefully when deciding to rehome a dog. Dogs are being let down by people who agree to take them but then change their minds. Only those who have passed a homecheck and bring the pass form with them, will be able to meet the dogs. This is both to avoid disappointment and because the kennels are a working business and kennel hands can not spend time with people who are not in a position to take a dog. Thank you for your understanding.
To apply to rehome one of the Mutts dogs, please complete our rehoming application form.