Why do we restrict our rehoming area?
We are aware that lots of other rescues home dogs countrywide but when PDiN was set up a decision was made to keep all our dogs close by and it works well for both us and our dogs. We put a lot of input into our dogs, we personally know each and every one of them and we want to keep them close by. PDiN is run by a small group of hard working dedicated volunteers who give their free time up to help us to find the perfect homes for our dogs, they do the home checks, they place the dogs, they liaise closely and offer help and backup with the homes while the dogs is in either foster or on trial, they help with vet runs, training advice and lots more and when the time is right they complete the adoption. After adoptions have taken place we are always here if needed for both the dog and the homes and we just could not do all this if we placed dogs outside of our area, we know our limits and we stick to them for the sake of our dogs and their new homes. Once a dog comes under our safety net it stays there for life.
We are sorry that people think we are just being awkward we assure you that is not the case, we just know our limits and stick to them for the sake of our dogs and our very hardworking little team of volunteers.
Hattie came into us due to having some behavioural problems not helped at all due to her poor start in life but in the right hands Hattie has learnt so much and improved lots.
Hattie is a very clever active girl who needs a home that fully understand her needs and will not let her push boundaries she's very food orientated and would do well at agility or obedience. She would not suit a home that worked and left her alone for hours every day.
Hattie will not be placed in a home with children or cats but could possibly live with another dog.
Hattie is just 14 months old and so eager to learn.
Sally is a lively 10 year old Jack Russel, she's only a tiny girl but comes complete with lots of character 😂😂😂
Sally came to us from the stray dog pounds in a very emaciated state she had not been looked after for a very long time. Sally would be fine with children over 8 she's a little worried around very young ones, no cats or small furries Sally has prey drive and would chase. She could live with another dog but would be better with a male (she can be a bossy little Princess at times).
Does Sally sound like the dog for you? Please fully read the information on our website about how we work then get in touch,
The sort of character every home needs he's just fab!
This lovely girl is Smiley Miley. She is an 8 year old jrt girl who has very sadly come back to us due to her dads poor health meaning he can't look after her anymore.
She is a lovely cuddly girl who loves lots of fuss and attention. She is used to a quiet life with lots of company and little walks during the day and that's what she is looking for again. She is ok to be left for a couple of hours though. She also loves of other dogs so will need another dog to cuddle up to in her new home.
She would prefer a home with no little ones living there but would be ok with grandchildren who visit as long as they didn't pester her. She is fine with cats.
Molly is a adorable well behaved girl who's is fine with other dogs but would quite happily lives as a only dog, she is fine to be left for a few hours a day, she is great with children of all ages.
If you think you can offer this lovely girl the perfect home please get in touch.