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 an 8 year old medium sized cross breed who goes by the name of Max. I’m looking for a fun, loving, new home as my owner has unfortunately passed away.'
Max is used to being around other dogs and children, but is not great with cats. He has a wonderful, friendly temperament, loves walks and is good on the lead.
"Hello, my name is Lucy and I am an eight month old Cocker Spaniel bitch."
Lucy’s owner was quite elderly and as she is still really just a big puppy she was a bit too much for them. Lucy hasn’t lived with other animals or children before, but all she needs is a loving home and some basic training. If you could offer Lucy a home then please contact Wadars
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'Hi, I'm Enid and I admit I am a bit of a diva and as I do like to be the centre of attention I would like to be your only dog!'
Enid is quite outgoing and is a happy, confident little dog approaching 12 months old. She is only still when curled up on your lap. Will you be her lucky owner? Give Wadars a call.
“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!
“Hi there, I'm Tessie and I'm a 3-years young medium sized cross breed. I am happy to be around other dogs but would need to be in a home with older children.”
Tessie is still in need of some basic lead training and is not suitable for a home with young children. She lacks a bit of confidence around new people but once she is comfortable she is very playful and friendly.
“Hello everyone, I am Hamish, and I need a home because my owner became ill and sadly couldn’t look after me anymore.”
Hamish is a one year old neutered cross-breed male, who has lived with cats and children. He would love a chance to be settled and start a new life. Could you give him his forever home?
"Hello! am a young Staffordshire Bull Terrier called Layla and I am only 8 months old."
Sadly, Layla’s owner became ill and was unable to look after her. She lived with another dog and is good with children too, but she has not lived with cats in the past. She loves playing and is very boisterous because she’s really only a puppy. Please consider Layla if you have lots of time to give her, in a happy and loving home.
"Hi. My name is Josie and I need a new home because my owner moved abroad.”
Josie is an English Bull Terrier who is 10 years old. She’s very friendly, low maintenance, and a good all-round dog who is looking for a settled future. She is good with other dogs and we think she would tolerate a cat in the household too. She could live in a household with older children, but not under 5’s.
“I am a lively one year old Labrador whose name is Toby. As you can see, I am gorgeous, but a little overweight.”
Toby needs to be kept on a healthy eating diet until he reaches his target weight. He’s very bouncy and full of life, so will need some training. He is also looking for a home without cats or young children. His elderly owner was unable to control him, but it was just due to him being young and full of beans!
“Good day everybody: my name is Mickey, and I am a Jack Russell terrier who is 10 years old.”
Mickey’s elderly owner has had to go into a care home and so, sadly, she couldn’t keep him. He is good with other dogs and children, but hasn’t lived with cats before. If you can help, please contact Wadars today. Thank you.
“Hello I am a cross Rottweiler called Slim and I am only 2 years old.”
Due to Slim’s owners having had a change in their circumstances, they moved and couldn’t take him. We know he is well behaved around other dogs and children, but are not sure if he likes cats. He would love a new home soon.
"Hi I’m Gypsy and I’m an eight year old terrier cross. I came into Wadars for rehoming when my owner became ill and was unable to look after me."
Gypsy is very friendly and is good with other dogs and children, she is also good on the lead. To find out more why not give Wadars a call