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
ďHello everyone, I am Hamish, and I need a home because my owner became ill and sadly couldnít look after me anymore.Ē
Hamish is a one year old neutered cross-breed male, who has lived with children but is not suitable with cats. He would love a chance to be settled and start a new life. Could you give him his forever home?
'Hey there! Iím an 8 year old medium sized cross breed who goes by the name of Max. Iím 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.
ďHey there, I'm Saffron, a medium sized cross breed and Iím only around a year old! After being brought over from Romania, I am now looking for a forever home to settle down in.Ē
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 Iím Hugo. My owners had a change in circumstances and could no longer keep me."
Hugo is a small-medium dog who is 3 years old and apart from destroying the occasional tennis ball, he is well behaved indoors. Hugo is fine around older children but is not suitable with cats or small furries as he likes to chase them!
"Hi Iím Rocky and Iím a nine month old Beagle!"
Rocky came into the care of Wadars because his owner was unable to keep him in rented accommodation. Being a typical young Beagle Rocky is in need of some basic training, but is good with children and is very affectionate.
"Hello there. Iím Lucy and Iím an energetic nine month old Cocker Spaniel."
Lucy came into Wadars because she was too energetic for her elderly owner. Lucy hasnít lived with other animals and is not suitable to be homed with children. Lucy is looking for an experienced home and is in need of some basic training. Call Wadars for more details.
"Hi! Iím Suzie, a 7 year old Labrador cross and I am looking for a loving new home."
Suzieís owner was too ill to keep her so she is now with Wadars and ready for a new home. Suzie can be a little worried by unfamiliar things so sheíll do well as an only dog in a home with grown up children.