DOGS LOOKING FOR ADOPTION

ALL OUR RESCUES ARE MICROCHIPPED, FULLY VACCINATED, HAD WORM AND FLEA TREATMENT AND, SUBJECT TO AGE, WILL HAVE BEEN BLOOD TESTED AND NEUTERED.

NORTON - 3 YEARS

From an absolutely terrified Breton dumped in the kill station, this boy had flourished in foster care waiting for his transport to the UK. He is utterly stunning! Feedback from his fosterer in Lincolnshire reads like this; “He loves to play with the other dogs in the house and is a major cuddle monster. He is an active dog and whilst has now mastered basic commands, he will need continued training (lead work and recall).” A typical Breton; intelligent, very loyal, loving and active. Happy to share toys, chews and food with the resident dogs, instantly friendly when meeting people and dogs on walks. We are looking for a home with other resident dogs and for a family willing to continue his training. You won’t be disappointed when you meet NORTON, he is totally adorable.


SOOTY (RESERVED) & SWEEP (brother and sister)

Just over 9 weeks old, BECKY'S pups, SOOTY (boy, tri colour) and SWEEP (girl) are looking happy and well, thanks to Mari Carmen Valenciano Julian and her team in Spain. They are due to travel to the UK at the end of August, after they are fully vaccinated.

So we are looking for homes for them please. BECKY, their Mum is a Breton/cocker cross, but we have no idea who their Dad is. They are small pups and will probably only be 10-12 kg once fully grown. The pups have grown up in a kennels for the whole of their lives arriving into the UK at around 18 weeks. They will be microchipped, vaccinated, had worm and flea treatment and have their own EU Passports.

Please go to our website www.saveourspaniels.org.uk if you think you can offer these two a home (together or separately). We will be looking for homes with other resident dog(s) to assist with their transition to family life.


HARRY - 1 YEAR

Rescued with his sister, MEG, HARRY is stunning little breton boy and pretty much a blank canvas. He is learning to enjoy life in the UK and very much takes his lead from other resident dogs, so we are looking for a forever home with other dogs, where he can play and do lots of chasing with his new family member! He is learning how to be a loved member of the family with his fosterer in Bury, Lancashire. He is microchipped, vaccinated, castrated, had worm and flea treatment and has his own EU Passport. Please apply online to be considered for this very sweet boy.


MARTHA - 2 YEARS

Small, very loving and active little girl, who has the sweetest personality. Loves, loves, loves playing with all the other dogs, gets on with old and young and her fun character is infectious. Her recall is good and she walks well on a lead and harness. Far too interested in the fosterer’s cats, so we will say not cat friendly. Will definitely need to go to a home with another playful resident dog(s). In foster in Lincolnshire and very ready to find her forever home.


BONNIE - 5/6 YEARS *** RESERVED ***

Found as a stray in Spain with a huge infected abscess on her neck, where her microchip had been hacked out, this lovely breton girl had a temporary home with a Spanish family. Unfortunately they couldn’t keep her, so we offered to bring her to the UK to find a loving, forever home for her. Coming into her foster home in Lincolnshire early August, we will be looking for a family to adopt her late August after assessment.


VELA - 4 YEARS

VELA, a 4 year old liver roan Breton is one of 5 dogs we exited from a kill station near Madrid. In the height of summer, these places are full to bursting and so to make room, dogs are indiscriminately put to sleep. A massive fundraiser on our Facebook page raised the necessary funds (and more, just under £3,000 raised in a few hours) to save all 5. VELA has arrived at our residencia and is off to the groomers - her coat is in a horrendous state, so we hope to see a beautiful girl under all that fur. She is booked on a UK transport early September, when she will arrive microchipped, vaccinated, spayed, had worm and flea treatment, full bloods and with an EU Passport.


TURA - 2 YEARS

Another one of the “Madrid 5”, exited from a full kill station in July. We believe TURA is daughter to CLOVER and has the waggiest tail imaginable! Booked on a transport to the UK in September into a foster home, she will arrive microchipped, vaccinated, spayed, had worm and flea treatment, had full bloods and an EU Passport.


CLOVER - 4 YEARS

Mum to VELA (above), CLOVER was rescued with the other 4 Breton/spaniels in a Madrid kill station. We think she is a springer, as is her daughter, but you never know! Just a lovely temperament, happy around others dogs and families. She is coming into foster in Lincolnshire early September and will be microchipped, vaccinated, spayed, had worm and flea treatment, had full bloods and have an EU Passport.


PHOEBE - 1 YEAR

Another one of the “Madrid 5”, exited from a full kill station in July. We think she may be a working cocker and is a very busy girl at the residencia in Spain! Booked on a transport to the UK in September into a foster home, she will arrive microchipped, vaccinated, spayed, had worm and flea treatment, had full bloods and an EU Passport.


SEGI - 3 YEARS

3 year old Breton who has spent the last year in a shelter in Spain. He was rescued with 2 other Bretons who have already found their homes. The lack of offers for SEGI, they believe, is because he only has 1 eye. We are hoping that won’t put off UK families and he will be travelling over to us mid September and will be looking for his loving home.


WONDER - 10 YEARS

WONDER was given up to a rescue in Spain, we think due to his age. He has impaired sight and hearing, but such a happy boy and has settled into his foster home in Eastbourne. His foster mum says he will need someone around most of the day for him and allow him to sleep upstairs with them. He is more than happy to sleep on his bed on the floor, but can get quite agitated if left downstairs. He has been left in kennels when he was probably used to living in a home and he adores being a member of the family, so we feel he would suit a retired person or couple who can offer his love and cuddles.


REX - 6 YEARS

REX is a 6 year old working cocker who has been dumped in a kill station in Cyprus by his owner. In a terrible state; matted fur, long nails and generally desperate for attention and full of beans. He is being vaccinated and neutered in the next week or so in readiness for his travel to the UK. We are hoping to get a flight at the end of the month if we can find a fosterer in the UK to help. Your life is soon going to change radically REX!


MATILDA - 6 MONTHS *** RESERVED ***

Even our admin can be totally shocked despite years of seeing the misery of our rescue dogs. This 6 month old Breton pup was kept in a cupboard. Bought for a granddaughter, who lost interest, so they shoved her in a piece of furniture. She has been rescued and taken to our residencia to be prepared for travel to the UK early September. Meet gorgeous MATILDA <3


YOGI - 3 YEARS

YOGI is a stunning 3 year old liver roan Breton. He was found in an appalling state tied up in a derelict building in Spain. He weighed 9 kg when we found him (the average weight of a Breton is 14-16 kg). He arrived into his foster home early July and his foster parents in West Berkshire have just said “he is adorable”. He has already gained 2 kg in weight, is instantly friendly with everyone he meets and loves the freedom of running around a secure field. He get’s on well with other dogs and has started to come out of his shell and relax in a home. Usual traits of a Breton; he is very eager to please, very intelligent (already housetrained) and very loving. He will need his confidence boosting and whilst has basic commands in training (sit), he will need recall work, but he is treat led and will just need the time putting in to help him reach his potential. Whilst he has been aged at 3 years (estimate), he is quite puppy like in his eagerness to meet people and other dogs, so we feel a household with children over 8 years would be best suited.


POCHOLO - 5 YEARS

Found in a shelter in Spain, overlooked for months, (why?), this gorgeous liver and white Breton will be joining us in the UK in September and will be looking for a forever loving home that he has never experienced. He will be microchipped, vaccinated, castrated, had worm and flea treatment and will arrive with an EU Passport.


LILA - 5-7 years

Another Spanish stray who is as cute as a button. Desperate for love and attention, so how could we say no? Just arrived at our residencia to be prepared for travel, hoping she will arrive late September into a foster home in the UK for assessing.


HERBIE - 1 YEAR OLD *** CURRENTLY UNDER ASSESSMENT ***

Found as a stray in Spain, HERBIE came under the wing of SOS at 9 months. He arrived into the UK February 2019 and stayed with his fosterer. Unfortunately he is trying to be dominant in the household with the other dogs and we feel he would be happier in a home on his own, where he doesn’t have to share love. Still a baby and will need to find a home where the adopters are happy to continue his training. He is a very intelligent boy, who will need an active home and things to stimulate his mind too (canicross, agility?). He has tried some agility and apparently a bit of a whizz at it!

Very cuddly and loving boy - all he wants is love and attention. Could you offer this boy the home he needs? Apply online.


NORTON - 2 YEARS

From an absolutely terrified Breton dumped in the kill station, this boy had flourished in foster care waiting for his transport to the UK. He is utterly stunning! Feedback from his fosterer in Lincolnshire reads like this; “He loves to play with the other dogs in the house and is a major cuddle monster. He is an active dog and whilst has now mastered basic commands, he will need continued training (lead work and recall).” A typical Breton; intelligent, very loyal, loving and active. Happy to share toys, chews and food with the resident dogs, instantly friendly when meeting people and dogs on walks. We are looking for a home with other resident dogs and for a family willing to continue his training. You won’t be disappointed when you meet NORTON, he is totally adorable.