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
“Hey there, I'm Saffron, a medium sized cross breed and I’m only around a year 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 gets slightly nervous. She is better suited to a home with older children. Saffron is also a bit of an escape artist and would need a secure garden and house!
"Hello everyone. I'm Max and I am 12 years old"
Max is very friendly and the staff think he's a real sweetie. He is a 'gentle giant' of a dog and is a cross collie, tri-colour, black/tan/white. He is looking for an active retirement home.
Max has lived with a 6 year old child in the past, and is good with most dogs, but does chase cats!
His owner sadly died, which is why he is looking for a new home now.
“My name is Peep and I am looking for a new home..”
Peep is a two and a half year old brindle and white Staffie who is very good with cats, other dogs and children. His owners sadly had a change in their financial circumstances and were unable to keep him. Peep is good in the car, so would love some country and seaside walks, if you’re able to offer him a new chance with you
“I am a cream cross Staffie who is really still a puppy, at just six months old.”
Freddie is very good with cats, other dogs and children, so should be a lovely family pet. He is also good in the car. His owners sadly had a change in their financial circumstances and were unable to keep him. Please contact Wadars for more information if you’re interested in adopting Freddie.
"Hi, I am Olly and I’m a nine year old cross Labrador."
Olly came into Wadars when his elderly owner had to go into residential care. He has lived with dogs and cats before, but we are unsure if he is used to children. Olly has a nice steady nature. He can’t bend his front leg too well since he was a puppy but it doesn’t bother him a bit!
"My name is Buster and I am a sweet natured Staffie."
Buster is around 9 years of age and came into Wadars because his owner was moving abroad. He is quite a playful nine year old and is looking for a home where someone will be around most of the time. Whilst Buster could do with a bit of basic training, we do know that he is happy to walk perfectly alongside a mobility scooter
Hi there, I’m Lola and as you can see, I’m a gorgeous Beagle! Lola is two years old and came into Wadars because her owners were unable to keep her in their rented accommodation. Lola has lived with children and another dog but is not used to cats. Lola is very friendly and apart from being a little strong on the lead and needing to shed a few pounds, is raring to go!