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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.
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Updated on 28/07/16

We have 2 dogs available for rehoming

 

Lola

Lola

Staffordshire Bull Terrier, female, aged around 8-10 months, white with black spots, short hair, med

Lola came into our care as a stray,due to this there is not great deal of information on her. She is friendly with people and seems fine with other dogs. Lola is deaf so she will need an experienced owner , someone who has the time and patience to give her the training that she requires, Lola will sit and give a paw to hand signals, she has a very lively & excitable nature,  due to this she would not suit a home with children under 11 years.

 

Buck

Buck

Staffordshire Bull Terrier, male, aged around 9 years, dark brindle & white, short hair, med

Buck is friendly around people and seems to be fine around the other dogs in the kennels. He would like a home where he can get regular short walks and the attention he deserves. Due to Bucks age he would be better in a home without young children.

Asha

Asha

Cross Staffordshire Bull Terrier, female, aged 10 months, brown brindle, rough haired, med

Asha is friendly around people and although she seems fine with other dogs she does bark at them to start with. Asha has lived in a home with two cats. She will not suit a home where there are children under teenage years. Asha will need someone who has the time to spend to get her more socialized around new things as she does bark a lot, this is due to her being unsure. She will also need further training.