To adopt a Wadars animal
Call 01903 247111
We would like to request that you do not email us regarding the adoption of dogs, since it is imperative that you speak with a member of the animal welfare team.
Our animal Welfare Officers have the most up-to-date information on the animals we have in our care, and they are best-placed to answer questions about a pet's suitability to your own home environment. They can provide guidance on whether an animal has already been reserved and may even know of other animals due into our rescue centre that are not yet being advertised!
Please note that all WADARS dogs come to you neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. WADARS have also ensured your pet is treated for fleas and worms and has been given a thorough vet check. With this in mind, we ask for a minimum adoption fee of £100.00
DOG OF THE WEEK
“Hi everyone. My name is Marley.”
Marley is a tan and white cross breed dog. He seems good with other dogs, but we’re not sure what he will be like with cats. Marley has had some basic training but he pulls a little on the lead—he’s good off the lead though.
Because Marley is only six months old, he will need love and time to further his training. Sadly his owner was moving and couldn’t take Marley, so he’d love a new home.
Bruno is only 9 months old but he’s looking for a new home due to a change in his owner's circumstances.
He will make a great pet, though he needs some more basic training, as he can be rather excitable when introduced to new people! He needs a steady hand, but he loves his food and is clever, so training should be relatively straight-forward. Bruno is not used to cats, but seems unbothered by them. He is comfortable around children.
“Hello, I’m J.J., a male cross Chihuahua/Jack Russell Terrier.”
J.J. is just one year old.
He’s not used to children or other animals, so would prefer a quieter pace of life. J.J. is slightly nervous, so we feel he would prefer an adult only home, so that he can chill and relax!
J.J.’s owner had a new baby and couldn’t cope with an animal too, hence he has come to us here at Wadars, to find his forever home.
If you can help us, please get in touch.
Tilley ** RESERVED **
Hi there, I’m Tilley and I am a cross Chihuahua. Tilley is about 17 months old and is looking for a new home because her owner moved house and could no longer keep her. Tilley has lived with another dog and a cat in the past, but tends to be a little bossy. We are looking for an adult-only home for Tilley.
“Hey there, I'm Saffron, a medium sized cross breed and I’m 18 months old. After being brought over from Romania, I am now looking for a forever home to settle down in.”
Saffron is okay around other dogs but is quite shy and can be nervous at first when she meets new people. She is better suited to a home with older children and would need to be an only pet.
Our rescue officers have been working on socialising Saffron and we are now looking for someone to take her on who will continue to introduce her to the outside world in order to overcome her nerves.
Hello there, my name is Trixie and I am a 10 month old cross American Bulldog. Trixie is a very friendly girl who came into Wadars for rehoming because of a relationship breakdown and is now looking for a new home. Trixie is ok with other dogs but is probably not suitable to live with cats. She is quite strong on the lead and needs some basic training, but is basically a lovely friendly dog.
'I am a handsome Labradoodle called Moss and I am looking for a very special new owner.' Moss is just 18 months old. He needs an adult-only home with a very experienced owner, who is able to spend plenty of time training and socialising him. In the home Moss is a lovely boy but he does not like other dogs and needs intensive training to help him overcome this. To discuss Moss in more detail, please call 01903 247111.
“Woof! Hello! My name is Rex.”
Rex is a mainly white terrier and he’s 6 years old. He’s a lovely boy and is looking for a home where he can be given attention and time. Sadly his previous owner’s work commitments prevented this, hence he is now looking for a new home.
We are unsure if he likes cats, but he seems fine with other dogs. If you have a home with older children, he would probably fit in well, but he’s probably not suited to a home with small children.