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Dogs Available For Rehoming

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

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 12/02/16

We have 2 dogs available for rehoming



Cross Staffordshire Bull Terrier, female, aged 13 years, dark brindle & grey, short hair, med.

Mia is looking for that special person who can give her a forever home and make her happy in her twilight years.  She is friendly with people and has been around children aged 7 years upwards. Mia would not suit a home where there are other dogs as she like to be the only dog in the house. She is looking for someone who can give her love and attention that she needs.



Yorkshire Terrier, male, aged 6 years, tan/grey, will be long haired, small.

Myles is friendly with people but it is not know how he would be around children and other dogs or cats. He may bark at other dogs outside but seems to ignore them in the kennels. Myles travels well in the car and smiles when he gets excited. He will need regular exercise and attention.



Jack Russell, male, aged 18 months, tri colour, short hair, small.

Archie is friendly but very excitable around children and other dogs. He has never been around cats. As Archie is still a young dog he will need someone who is at home for most of the time to give him the training and exercise that he requires.



Staffordshire Bull Terrier, female, aged 10 years, black,tan & white, short hair, med.

Kiera is friendly but excitable around children and fine with other dogs. Kiera loves attention and enjoys going for walks. She does pull a bit on her lead. Kiera will need a home where she can get plenty of attention and regular exercise. She has been spayed.