We precheck all homes so if you have not yet had a home check and are seriously looking for a dog please fill in our enquiry form or email [email protected] with your address and contact details and we will get in touch with you.
Please remember we do not rehome dogs out of our area Burnley/Pendle/Parts of Blackburn/Clitheroe, we don't cover Rossendale area, Oswaldtwistle or Darwen sorry as they are well covered by other rescues.
CC is in Kennels and needs a foster home to help her now!
Meet CC a 5yr old very small and sweet staffy girl, she has not had a easy time over the last few months and we are looking for a foster/forever home for her where we can fully assess her. CC is a calm well behaved girl who is clean and non destructive in her kennel, walks nice on her lead and loves nothing more than to give kisses and cuddles.
At the moment CC is not testing great with other dogs but this could be due to the amount of time she's been in kennels.
We are looking for a pet and child free foster home for her where we can let her settle and get to know her better.
Could you help?
Im Bobby a 18 month old neutered male lurcher.
I came into PDiN after escaping and being run over by a bus, I was very lucky all I got was scrapes and cuts.
Bobby is great with other dogs and would really prefer another youngish dog to live with and play with but could be fine as an only dog as long as someone was in most of the day. He is clean and well behaved in and out of the house. He is fine to be left for a few hours (with doggy company) He is fine with children of all ages, loves them. He cannot be rehomed with a cat. If you feel you can offer Bobby his perfect home please get in touch
Tara is a 10 year old terrier girl who came to us when her owner sadly passed away. This lovely girl is looking for a quiet home to love her. She is great in the house, very well behaved. She loves to go out on walks and is good on her lead, Typical terrier she does sometimes bark when meeting other dogs but soon settles and has enjoyed mixing with all sorts of dogs at our play sessions at The Dogs Den. Her ideal home would be with an older couple or person with lots of time to spend with her. She can be a bit nervous around small children so over 8s only and she can't be rehomed with a cat. If you think you can offer her the perfect home please get in touch
This lovely girl came to us a few weeks back. She didn't have the best start in life and she was very scared of everything. She went into one of our amazing foster homes and slowly learnt to trust people and behave like a dog, enjoying walks and cuddles. It really wasn't plain sailing and she had some challenges along the way but she is now ready to move to her forever home. Valerie is just a year old and is still very shy when meeting new people for the first time. Her ideal home will be a quiet home where there isn't lots of people coming and going and where the people have lots of time to pay her attention. She would like another doggy friend to live with, her foster brothers and her are very close and she wouldn't be happy as an only dog. She is fine with children but ideally they would only be there sometimes (like grandchildren). She needs new owners who are experienced, very calm, gentle and patient and happy to help her continue developing her confidence.
We always want special homes for our dogs but for this brave and special girl the new home will have to be EXTRA special!
I'm only a small dog and under a year old. I came into PDiN very scared but Im already learning to trust. I love going for walks and out in the car I like all other dogs but not cats. My new home would have to be with children over the age of 12 due to me being a little nervous.
Zac is a young small lurcher around 10-12 months old. We think he is probably a patterdale x whippet, he's a lovely boy who came to us in a very scared state but due to the love of his foster home he has learnt to trust and enjoy life.
Zac needs a home where he will get lots of attention and walks he would not suit a working home where he would spent a lot of time alone. Zac loves other dogs and would really benefit from living with another confident dog. Zac loves his walks and is good on his lead but his favourite pastime is to go a drive, he adores the car. This young boy is going to make someone very happy he is such a loving dedicated
Wilf is a young (approx 12 months) terrier boy. He has just been neutered. He is typical of a young terrier, very active and bouncy and can be a bit vocal. He loves playing with his toys. He likes to go for decent walks every day and enjoys playing in the garden. He is a loving boy and likes to come up on settee for a cuddle. He sometimes still barks at other dogs when he is on his lead but is good with other dogs otherwise. He won't be rehomed with children under the age of 12. His ideal home would be with people who know the needs of a young terrier and have lots of time and attention to devote to him and carry on with this bright boys training. He can't be rehomed with cats.
Eddie is a young Lurcher Male who was found straying. Eddie is a lovely boy who is looking for his forever home now. Eddie can be excitable on first meeting another dog but soon settles down.
He would like it best if there was someone around a lot of the day but he can be left with no problems for 3 or 4 hours.
He is clean in the house and good on his lead.
A bright boy who has lots of love to give.
Eddie cannot be rehomed where there are cats or small furries.
If you think this boy is the one for you please get in touch.
Cooper is a 3 year old neutered male Dachshund. He needs a calm and experienced home that will not treat him as a lap dog and will set some boundaries with him so he doesn't think he is the boss. He likes the company of other dogs and would best suit a home with another female dog but could cope without if he got lots of people attention. He is crate trained and well behaved in the house. He can be a bit of a puller on his lead but this is being worked on by his foster home. He would suit a retired home with lots of time to spend with him. He can't be rehomed with children under 12. He is fine with cats.
Tia is a 2 year old Staffy cross girl with the sweetest nature you could meet. She hasn't had a great start in life,
Bred from twice while so very young, often found walking the streets alone, unloved and never really wanted by anyone, does this seem fair to you? It doesn't to us :-(
Tia came to us after it came to our attention her last litter of pups were being sold at just four weeks old to anyone who had a few pound spare to buy one, we already knew of this poor girl so when we also heard she had taken ill we persuaded them to hand her over to us along with the remaining babies. Tia was seriously ill with a massive infection but luckily we got her in time and even though it was touch and go for a couple of days she made a good recovery and was even well enough to be reunited with her babies to give them the best start in life she could. Tia was a fantastic Mummy to her babies even when so poorly she still took such gentle care of them all.
Tia's babies have now all found their forever homes but Tia is still waiting. Tia has such a gentle nature she adores everyone she meets and just wants to cuddle up close for affection. She's a good girl who is fine with other dogs, loves children (a little too much at times so no under 6's for this girl). No cats for Tia.
Tia has been through so much in her short life yet remains one of the nicest, sweetest dogs we have ever helped, people should be queuing up to offer her a home but not one suitable home has come forward.
Please consider whether you could give this sweet girl the loving forever home she now deserves.
Rosie is a three year old cross breed girl who came to us when her owner sadly passed away. She is a lovely girl who will be looking for a quiet home very soon.
Bunty is a 2 year old Shihtzu girl. She has come a long way since she came to us a frightened little girl from the pound and is now ready for a home of her own. She is looking for an experienced, kind and patient home with lots of time to continue the good work in her foster home and help her to develop and let her know its ok to trust all people. She is still very nervous when first meeting people and is particularly wary of men so needs a home that understands this and is willing to give her the space she needs to come round in her own time. She likes quiet and routine in her life. She loves going out for walks so a fairly active home would suit her best as well. She is fine around other dogs and ok with cats etc. She won't be rehomed where there are small children living or as regular visitors. She is clean in the house and ok to be left 2 or 3 hours. Once you get to know her and she trusts you she is a lovely girl but she is by no means a lap dog and can still be quite aloof although she has started coming for a cuddle at times. If you think you can offer her the perfect home please get in touch.
I am a one year older neutered Lurcher boy. I am a lovely boy but can be a little nervous when first meeting people but once I get to know you I am very loving. I am looking for a special home that will love me back and spend lots of time giving me attention. I am great with other dogs and would love a calm doggy companion to live with. I am a bit nervous of children so would prefer to live with older ones (12+) I really don't like cats.
I am fine to be left for a few hours, I just sleep till you return. I like going for walks and am very good on the lead.
Badger is such a wonderful young boy and made so much progress since he arrived in his foster home and was scared of the world. Now he needs someone who can love him long term!
My name is Holly and I'm about 20 weeks old Staffie Cross, don't know what means but I look cute. 😍
My foster mum says I'm very playful and cheeky. I'm good on the lead, I know how to sit nicely but I do wonder why I have to lie down but I'm learning. I do have the odd accident so I'm not totally house trained but I'm getting better.
I want to play with the resident cats but they don't seem to want to, I don't know why!
I'm living with another dog at the moment, but I think equally I would be ok as an only dog. As long as I'm not left long periods of time and get lots of cuddles and play time.
I am looking for a home that has time to spend with me. If you think you are perfect for me, then please fill out the enquiry form on the pdin website for a home check or message the lovely people at pdin if you've already had your homecheck.
Please note there is no trial period when rehoming puppies and the adoption fee of £150 is payable at the time of adoption. However pdin do cover the cost of neutering at around 6 months.
I look forward to meeting my new family soon xx
Bella is a female EBT cross around 10-12 months old. She's a typical boisterous youngster at times but is doing well on the lead and is doing really well with her house training. She's met lots of other dogs and has been very sociable not showing any sign of aggression. Bella can be a little boisterous on meeting small children but does soon calm down. She really is a lovely girl who is great in the house and loves her cuddles. Could she be the dog for you?
This lovely boy has come such a long way in his foster home but due to an unexpected illness is looking for a new foster home or forever home quite soon.
Benji is a delightful cross breed boy, around a year old, he isn't yet neutered but will be soon. He is great with everyone he meets, loves other dogs, children and is great with cats. He is a bouncy young boy and loves his walks and is a good boy on and off the lead. In the house he loves to play (mostly with his toys but he has been known to pinch odd items like socks) and he loves cuddles. He is fine to leave a couple of hours. He is nearly toilet trained now but does have the odd accident, he hasn't lived in a house before so that's understandable. He is a bright boy with so much love to give
Bandit is a tiny JRT cross around 2/3 years old. Bandit needs a terrier savvy home with the experience to cope with his quirks, Bandit isn't keen on strangers and would nip if he was approached by one, they need to let him come to them in his own time! Once he gets to know you though he is a loving, cuddly little man.
Bandit is generally fine with other dogs. We have had him in day care and in foster with 4 other dogs with zero issues but he has been known to take offence to some dogs, usually big ones from time to time. Bandit id fine with cats. This tiny little boy has a lot of attitude at times but its easily managed and he does listen when told......to know this little champ is to love him.
No children or busy homes for Bandit.
He would prefer a home where someone is around a lot of the day to give him lots of attention and would be an ideal companion for someone who is retired. he is ok to be left for a couple of hours though.
Could you offer this little character the loving home he deserves?