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Dogs Available For Rehoming

Brown Street Kennels, Brown Street, Dundee DD1 5DT Tel: 01382 432100 Fax: 01382 432102 or email

brownstreet.kennels@dundeecity.gov.uk

The dogs that are available for rehoming are pictured underneath.

If you see a dog that you feel would suit your home circumstances please contact the Kennels for more information.

Please click on the following link to read about issues you should consider and the information required from your when thinking of rehoming a puppy or dog from Brown Street Kennels.
So you think you want a puppy/dog?

Updated on 24/04/15

We have 3 dog available for rehoming

 

Bella

Bella

Mongrel, female, aged 10 months, dark brown, short hair, med-large

Bella is very friendly around children, other dogs and is good with cats. She will chew things up when left on her own and will howl is put in an enclosed area. Bella can open doors and jump high fencing. She loves attention, playing and going for walks. Bella will need a home where her new owners are in for most of the day to give her the exercise and training that she requires.

 

Pippa

Pippa

Cross Patterdale/Staffordshire Bull Terrier, female, aged around 18 months. brown brindle & white, short hair, med.

Although Pippa is friendly with children she cannot go to a home where there are children under 9 years of age due to her excitable nature. Pippa is good with other dogs and fine with cats. Pippa will need a home where her new owners have the time to give her the training and exercise that she needs.

Bailey

Bailey

Staffordshire Bull Terrier, male, aged 3 years, red tan & white, short hair, med

Bailey is a bit wary of strangers and will bark at them but he is fine once he knows you. He is playful with other dogs and although he is friendly with children he cannot be rehomed where there are children under teenage years as he does get excited and tries to mount them. Bailey will need someone who is prepared to give him plenty of exercise and further training.