Many very sweet dogs are currently up for adoption at Dogs Trust Manchester. The pooches range in size and ages, but all are on the look out for their forever home.
There are currently almost dogs available for adoption at Manchester's Dogs Trust centre. The centre is now on the look out for loving homes to take them in.
Take a look at our gallery of juts some of the dogs available to adopt in Manchester. If you wish to know further information about any of the dogs available, visit the Dogs Trust Manchester website
Jax is a very friendly boy who loves getting to spend time with his favourite people, so we do believe he can live with children 8+ that are comfortable around a bouncy dog that can jump up. As Jax has shown to become overly attached when there is only one person in the home, he will need to go to a multi-carer household so there will be plenty of people to give him lots of affection. Jax has shown to not be that bothered by other dogs, so he will need to be only dog in the home, where all the attention can be on him. He cannot live with cats however he could possibly live with small furries if kept separated. Due to kennel stress, he will also need a home with minimal leaving hours initially, to build up once he is settled.
As Bentley has been returned to us a few times he really needs adopters with breed experience that can be patient and give him the chance to settle in. It would be preferable for him to live with another dog to teach him the ropes, if this were a female, she would need to be neutered. He could live with small furries/birds if they are kept separate but isn’t able to live with cats. He can live with children aged 15 and over who will be confident around a dog that will mouthe. Bentley hasn’t had a predictable routine as of yet so struggles to be left and can be vocal and destructive so will need no leaving hours that can be built up as he gets older. Bentley does love to jump in the car straight away so is up for going on adventures in the car. Bentley just needs patient and understanding that will help bring out his confidence so he can shine in his forever home.
Blue is a very handsome 9 year old Labrador who is looking for his forever family who can spoil him in his golden years. Despite his age, Blue is still an active boy, and loves being outdoors, either adventuring or playing with his toys. Blue has missed out on regular walks in the last year and so can get excited when he first goes out and can be strong on lead. Adopters will need to be comfortable with this and be happy to continue his training.
Peanut would like a home with adults and a private secure garden to have as her own. She would like a home that can give her a space of her own to relax and snooze to her heart's content. She will need to be the only pet in the home. Peanut isn't a fan of other dogs in her face and can bark at them but she has been making progress out walking with dogs around. As she can be worried out on walks she will need to be kept on a lead when out and about. We consider the primary breed of Peanut to be Staffordshire Bull Terrier and therefore do not believe that she would be considered an American Bully XL Type.