The dogs listed here are all looking for homes that are suited and able to meet their special needs
Whether those needs are physical or psychological.
Our fantastic team of fosterers have worked very hard to bring these dogs to a point where they are ready to be rehomed with people who can carry on the work they have started.
Many of these dogs would have been at risk of being euthanised because of their injuries or behaviours, but we at FOAW believe every animal deserves to be given their chance to shine and find a happy home.
Elsa has only just come into rescue and is too young to be rehomed yet. She is missing one foot so we will assess her and give her the veterinary attention she requires. No enquiries at this stage, please.
Vivian is a 4-year old ex-breeding Miniature Schnauzer and has just come into rescue. It is thought that Vivian is blind, or at the very least has some sight issues. She has been referred to a specialist vets who will […]
Chester has been undergoing tests at the vets. He has a wonky heart. There is nothing structurally wrong with it but it never beats less than 80bpm and averages 120bpm. It should be 40… The heart specialist will review him […]
An update: After several months we are no further forward with Spud and his health. The vet is leaning towards injury to the inside of the intestines from such a heavy worm load when he came in. He also isn’t […]
Name: Lola Age: 9 months Breed: Labrador Retriever Can I live with Children: Older Can I live with cats: Not tested Can I live with other dogs: Yes, a must Fostered In: South Wales Lola is a very special 9-month old […]
Grace is a 7-year old blind Cocker Spaniel who has been in her foster home for some time. She is a very traumatised girl who finds it hard to trust people. Even after being in the same foster home for […]
Name: Gessy Age: c.2 1/2 years old Breed: Crossbreed (collie) Can I live with Children: No Can I live with cats: No Can I live with other dogs: A mustGorgeous Gessy is 2 and a half years old and is being fostered in […]