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Dogs for Adoption Available in Hull, East Yorkshire

Searching for dogs available for adoption? Look to Carr House Rescue Centre in Hull, East Yorkshire, when you want to give one of our rescue dogs a loving, forever home. Backed by a wealth of experience, our dedicated team provide a sanctuary for all dogs that are collected by the council's dog wardens.


 PORKY


 Porky is an 11 year old castrated male terrier, he is very loving and enjoys having cuddles and getting a belly rub. Porky has been diagnosed with a slight heart murmur, however the vets are confident that it should not affect him but it is something that will need to be monitored. Even at the age off 11 Porky is still full of energy and likes going walking. We are looking for a calm child and pet free home for Porky with someone who is home a lot of the time as he does get unsettled when left alone. If you feel like you could offer Porky a loving new home please contact the kennels on 01482 701738.


 GEORGE


 George is a 10 year old male Patterdale Terrier. Due to his owners ill health, George has unfortunately found himself looking for another loving home. He is microchipped, castrated and fully vaccinated. George has been around young children so would be able to live with children after a successful introduction. We are looking for a pet free home for George. He will need to have a very secure garden as he has been known to be a bit of an escape artist if he sees a gap. If you feel like you could offer George a loving new home please contact the kennels on 01482 701738.


 POLLY


  Polly is a 4 year old female Akita. She is a very loving girl who enjoys playing and going out for walks. Polly is quite a laid back girl and is very quiet. we feel that polly can not be rehomed with any other dogs. Polly would be able to live with older children. If you feel like you can offer Polly a loving new home, please contact the kennels on 01482 701738


 MARGOT


   Margot is an elderley female Staffie we believe to be no younger than 10 years old. She has been rehomed once but sadly due to her new owners ill health has found herself back in kennels looking for another loving home. Margot is a very friendly girl who loves cuddles. Even been an older girl she is still very active and enjoys going for a walk. Margot does have a lump and a couple of skin tags which the vets do want to remove but is otherwise in good health. We feel Margot would be fine to live with children and possibly another dog after a successful introduction. We are really looking for a retirement home for Margot where she can live out the rest of her days getting spoilt and relaxing. If you feel like you could offer a loving home to Margot please contact the kennels on 01482 701738.


 FERGUSON


   Ferguson is a male Staffie approximately 6 years old. He is a big boisterous boy who is very strong so would benefit from being rehomed with someone who has had experience with dogs like him. Ferguson is okay to be rehomed with children after a successful introduction but must be the only animal in the property as he doesn't get on very well with other dogs. We believe Ferguson to have abit of seperation anxiety so would need a home with someone who is home alot of the time to spend time with him. If you feel like you can offer Ferguson a loving new home please contact the kennels on 01482 701738.

Fee

Our adoption fee of £110.00 includes neutering, a vaccination voucher, and microchipping and five weeks free insurance on most of our breeds 

Microchipping

Microchipping is now compulsory for all dog owners in the UK.

Not only is having your dog microchipped now a legal requirement, but it is one of the best ways to increase a lost dog’s chance of getting back home, should they go missing. While collar and identity tags are also a legal requirement, and a great way of quickly identifying a dog’s owner, they can fall off or be removed. If this does happen, microchipping offers a permanent back-up to identifying a missing dog and ensuring their safe return.

Microchipping your dog and making sure the registration details are kept up-to-date has other benefits too, such as:

  • A Deterrent to Dog Theft
  • Allowing for a Rapid Return and Helping Local Authorities to Educate Owners on the Dangers of Straying and Reinforcing the Responsibilities of the Owners
  • Enabling Veterinary Surgeons to Contact Dog Owners for Emergency Procedures
  • Tracing Puppies Back to their Breeder, Helping Reduce the Problem of Puppy Farming
  • Helping Police in Investigating Animal Cruelty Cases

If you would like your dog to be microchipped, we ask for just £5 per dog and also £10 per pup/litter. Dogs can be microchipped at 6 weeks. All donations go to Dogs Trust™. Come along and see us on Saturdays and Sundays from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Contact us in Hull, East Yorkshire, for more information regarding our rescue dogs available for adoption.

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