Thornberry Animal Sanctuary, based in North Anston, is caring for lots of beautiful dogs of all shapes and sizes and personalities.
The charity works around the clock to provide care to each of these furry animals until they are adopted, and they work hard to pair each animal with the best family so they can live their happy ever after. Some of these pups have had a difficult past which may mean they require some extra patience, understanding and training to help them settle into their new way of living.
Shona is a bit of a mystery as she was originally a stray. She is a friendly pug cross and estimated to be around 6 years old. She is full of beans and sass, and is good with people. She has been reactive to dogs but has made friends. She will need quiet walks with owners who can support her with her dog interactions. She could live with people aged 12+.
Rennie is a aged seven, and spends a lot of his day playing with volunteers in the kennel’s off lead area. He loves football and will be a loyal supporter of his new family’s team. He can be head shy and likes his own space overnight to relax. He enjoys his walks and walks nicely off site. He is aloof with other dogs and would prefer to be the only pet in the home.
Jimmy is nine months old and is a very friendly boy who will make a fantastic family pet. He is good with other dogs and could live with another playful dog. He struggled being alone but is great with people and quite relaxed. He could live with children aged 8+ and would thrive in a multi-adult home to manage his separation anxiety.
Harper is aged two years and is heaps of fun. She would benefit from owners who can commit to her physical needs and provide her with mental stimulation she needs to keep enriched and happy. Her history is unknown and she needs basic training. She could live with another high energy neutered dog and children aged 12+.