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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.


Suzie is a female german shepherd cross with a retriever who is approx 7-8 years old. Suzie is a lovely girl seem ok with other dogs loves playing and going out for walks we feel she can be rehomed with calm children. she is under treatment for a ear infection at the moment. she will be spayed and chipped before leaving us. If you feel you can offer Suzie a home please get in touch.


Snoop is a castrated male Staffie cross who is approximately 2 to 3 years old. Snoop is a very excitable dog who is full of energy, he loves to go out walking and playing with his toys, however he will need training and someone who can put some time into him as he can get quite boisterous when he gets over excited. We feel a child free home would best suit Snoop as he can then get all of the attention he needs to settle in. Snoop does not get on well with other dogs so we feel he would need to be the only animal in the household. If you feel like you could offer Snoop a loving new home, please contact the kennels.


Beatrice is a 1 year old female American Bulldog, she was brought into us as a stray after been dumped with her sister after been tied up by her owner and left. When she arrived poor Beatrice wasn't in the best condition as she was covered in bite marks on her head, neck and legs from being attacked by her sister, she also had a severe ear infection which hadn't been treated. After undergoing treatment Beatrice is now on the road to recovery. She is a very loving girl who loves to have cuddles with the staff, however Beatrice can be a little nervous and jumpy so will not be rehomed with children. She seems to get on okay with other dogs so could possibly live with another dog after introductions. If you feel like you can offer Beatrice a loving new home please contact the kennels.


Eugenie is a 1 year old spayed female American Bulldog, she was brought into us as a stray after she was dumped with her sister after been tied up by her owner and left. She is a very playful and bouncy girl who is full of energy, Eugenie loves going out for long walks and playing, she loves getting attention from the staff and having cuddles. Eugenie will not be getting rehomed with children as she is so big and boisterous, as she is still young herself she will need some training to help her with her manners. We feel Eugenie would be best rehomed as the only dog in the household as she has been previously fighting with her sister. If you feel like you could offer Eugenie a loving home please contact the kennels.


 Billy a male Rottweiler who is approx 4 years old. Billy is a lovely boy who we've had no problems with unfortunately Billy was brought back to us as he was been very protective of his new owner while out on a walk, he doesn't like bikes or people in reflective clothing. He can also be protective over the house. He is fully house trained and doesn't chew when left alone, we feel he can not be rehomed with any other dogs or children.


Gnasher a male terrier who is approx 4 years old who was picked up by the dog wardens after been left tied to a railing by his owner. He was very distressed and scared on arrival and was showing some aggression towards us. After a couple of days he was allowing us to stroke him and now he is our best friend. Gnasher is very playful and loves playing fetch. He walks well on his lead and loves his walks. Gnasher is extremely kennel clean so possibly house trained. He does need time to come out of himself with new people so anyone interested in him will need to be prepared to come and spend a lot of time with him. Due to his behaviour on arrival we feel he can't be rehomed with children. Gnasher may be able to live with another dog after introductions.


Our adoption fee of £95 includes neutering, a vaccination voucher, and 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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