Rehoming

Are you a rescue operation looking to rehome an animal?

We can help…

Give a Dog a Bone… and an animal a home is a young, unique and award winning charity supporting the over 60’s to afford a rescue pet companion!

It’s a WIN/WIN – the person gets a friend and the animal gets a home!

As a result of supporting older adults to afford a rescue pet, we also receive a high volume of enquiries from people in this age bracket, looking to find a pet companion.

To provide a solution, we are now piloting a rehoming page on our website, where rescues can provide details of animals looking for a safe home…

Please note, as this project is in its infancy, we will limit the number of animals highlighted.

If your submission is approved, we will showcase your chosen animal(s) details on our website, whereby interested parties will contact you directly.

Disclaimer: Any resultant rehoming is a private matter between the adopter and the rescue operation offering the animal for adoption. Give a Dog a Bone….and an animal a home acts purely as a supportive and objective platform, enabling rescue animals to find a home.

Here are some animals who are currently looking for a new home

Milo, a fawn and brown coloured, medium to large sized male dog sitting looking directly at the camera

My name is: Rita

My age is: 5 years old.

I am a: female mixed breed dog, small sized.

I am neutered.

The rescue who has me up for adoption is: All Dog Rescue Scotland.

My current location is: Bishopbriggs.

My adoption fee is: £450.

I can live with dogs: Yes, I currently live with 2 others.

I can live with cats: Unknown – I can probably live with cats but haven’t met any yet.

I can live with kids: Possibly – I currently live with a dog savvy 8 year old but new people scare me so I couldn’t cope with my child’s friends coming over all the time.

My ideal future home would be:

A house with my own garden, with not too many visitors, someone who can spend lots of time sitting scratching my head.

Things my future human(s) should know about me:

I can bark at strange noises, strange people and people passing the window. I’m not too bad once I’ve met someone a couple of times though. I can walk on the lead but it’s still scary for me. I’m not sure about travelling in the car yet. I sleep through the night and I’m clean. I’m toilet trained when I’ve got direct access to my own garden. I’m initially from Romania. I came to Scotland 3 weeks ago with my 3 puppies.

To find out more or enquire about Rita, please visit contact All Dog Rescue Scotland by email, alldogrescuescot@hotmail.com, or visit their Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/AllDogRescueScotland/ and send them a message.

My name is: Katrina

My age is: 8 years old.

I am a: female mixed breed dog, medium sized.

I am neutered.

The rescue who has me up for adoption is: All Dog Rescue Scotland.

My current location is: Monifieth, Angus.

My adoption fee is: £450.

I can live with dogs: Yes, I can live with calm, older dogs.

I can live with cats: Unknown – I can probably live with cats but haven’t met any yet.

I can live with kids: Yes, I can live with calm kids age 12+.

My ideal future home would be:

A house with my own garden, with not too many visitors, someone who can spend lots of time sitting scratching my head. Someone who can groom my lovely coat for me! 

Things my future human(s) should know about me:

I get upset when I’m home alone so an owner who won’t leave me too much would be good. I’m house trained with access to my own garden. I’m lead trained and love going for nice walks. I totally love my foster dad, foster mum is ok too, but dad is awesome. I’m happy travelling in the car.

To find out more or enquire about Katrina, please visit contact All Dog Rescue Scotland by email, alldogrescuescot@hotmail.com, or visit their Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/AllDogRescueScotland/ and send them a message.

My name is: Baxter

My age is: 5 years old.

I am a: male mixed breed dog, medium sized.

I am neutered.

The rescue who has me up for adoption is: All Dog Rescue Scotland.

My current location is: Airdrie, Lanarkshire.

My adoption fee is: £450.

I can live with dogs: Yes, I can live with calm, older dogs.

I can live with cats: Yes, currently living with one.

I can live with kids: No, I require an adult only home.

My ideal future home would be:

A house with my own garden, with not too many visitors, someone who can spend lots of time sitting scratching my head. Someone who can help me get used to walking on the lead. 

Things my future human(s) should know about me:

I’m house trained with access to my own garden. I’m not too bothered about going for walks, quite happy lounging about in my garden, but it would be good if I could learn that the outside world is really fun. I’m super cuddly and love lying on my foster mums knee.

To find out more or enquire about Baxter, please visit contact All Dog Rescue Scotland by email, alldogrescuescot@hotmail.com, or visit their Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/AllDogRescueScotland/ and send them a message.


Are finances a worry?

We can support the over 60’s to afford a rescue pet companion if finances are a genuine barrier. We can pay the re-homing fee and also support, each month, with the cost of pet food.

Get in touch today: hello@giveadogabone.net

About us

Give a Dog a Bone…and an animal a home is a young, unique and award winning charity, supporting the over 60s to afford a rescue pet companion.

We aim to tackle loneliness for the individual and homelessness for the animal, by removing financial barriers to an over 60s person adopting a rescue animal.

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