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Our Homing Process:

Families must first apply by submitting our Homing Questionnaire online (friend or family may help you). The Homing Team will then email you (keep checking your junk mail after application), ring or text you but will contact you only if they feel we have suitable dog to match. You would be wise to do a video from the street, through your front door, around your ground floor and then slowly around your garden if you have one. Focus on the weak points noting foxholes or poor repair fencing and measuring heights and upload to YouTube: This will help with any application for a Rescue Dog.

Rescue Remedies Website:

displays all breeds of dogs, we have specialist websites also e.g.Terrierrescue and Staffierescue linked on Rescueremedies. All websites are kept up to date daily. Rescueremediesdogrescue.co.uk takes you to our Live Forum where all our dogs are listed. Each dog’s thread shows the day they came into our Rescue. They may have many pages showing their progress as they are prepared and wait for their right family. The original date maybe years as some are returned to us, and others wait for as long as it takes. The Title bar includes name; breed; age if known and whereabouts. Their current status is at the start of their thread, and their front page includes the link to our online homing questionnaire. Individualised questions are only answered via the Homing Team.

On lead:

Over a 5 year period we experienced 10 of our homed dogs die in accidents related to off lead events and our hearts broke: They were dogs we had saved from death row, nurtured and invested our hearts in. We committed then to our On Lead Policy agreeing not to expose our dogs to risk takers. The families we home to are committed to keeping their dogs on a lead for life, as we do. We hear it in their voice and throughout the family. We are looking for responsible rock solid families. We delete homing questionnaires wanting off lead. We will discover if the family are misleading us and actually wanting their dog off-lead and they are asked to apply elsewhere, please do not waste our time or yours. Rescue Remedies is known as an ON LEAD rescue. If you want your next dog off lead in public places then please do not apply. Please be honest with us, as during the vetting process we soon find out if your family members’ real intention is to have off lead. Please respect our volunteers and our Rescue’s policy. Our future families instinctively recognise this as essential. Most of our dogs have not been socialised outside in shared territory. Together we build a safer community.

Our Ethics:

We take death row dogs and give them a golden chance. All our dogs are neutered before homing, unless too young. We help dogs most Rescues screen out on breed, age and conduct. Our dogs often have had tragic pasts. All our dogs receive Rescue backup for life with us and many other Rescue do not provide this should the homing not work out or break down.

We are looking for RESPONSIBLE homes

Trustworthy off lead NO! we don’t live in the 50’s our roads are dangerous
Need supervision around children YES!
‘Terrier- proof’ garden: Secure walled or 6’ panel fencing OH YES!
Always distract/attract away from, or substitute; never challenge, ‘pin down’ or confront
terrierrescue.co.uk & patterdaleterrierrescue.co.uk updated daily
Terriers are delightful, rewarding & so needing your help! Come forwards for one & you are a life saver! Enquiries only via completing online homing questionnaire
Our dogs are ready NOW we work fast so don’t apply if your garden isn’t secure!
We ask for a fair adoption donation to support our work, we neuter all dogs.
HELP! We really struggle to pay our kennel bills Can you give a pound for a poundie?

Laila Spaniel x Terrier

Laila Spaniel x Terrier

Laila was bought as a "Staffie puppy" but it was clear she wasn't as she reached her 1st birthday. She is delightful though full of fun and good energy. Has had a few scares in her life, so can bark on meeting but it is very superficial and soon fades. found abandoned...

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Frankie Terrier

Frankie Terrier

Frankie's Story: Frankie was found abandoned and unclaimed within a council pound. Rescue Remedies offered a Rescue place saving his life. Frankie is neutered, chipped, and vaccinations are in progress. Frankie is coming in to boarding kennels near Gatwick whilst...

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Tommie Welsh Terrier

Tommie Welsh Terrier

Tommie grew up with children but didn't cope and resorted to protecting his space and nipped his groomer handling him. Tommie has jumped 3 homes where he has not been given respect to settle. One returned him after the first journey home as he was barking and they...

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Jinx Red Fell Terrier

Jinx Red Fell Terrier

Jinx's Story: Jinx came into an Irish Rescue at age 2 from a farm where he slept outside wherever he could find shelter, under bushes or such. The owner decided he didn't want him anymore and was going to weigh him down and throw him in a river. So that's where he...

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Stan Patterdale

Stan Patterdale

Stan came into his first Rescue following a relationship breakdown. He was living in a flat and rarely walked. Rescue Remedies offered a Rescue place. Stan is now neutered, chipped, and fully vaccinated. DOB 2018If interested in rehoming one of our dogs, the first...

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Archie Patterdale

Archie Patterdale

Archie has grown up in an adult family with a visiting Cocker Spaniel and child. He has however snapped and bitten on a few occasions which with a new baby grandchild has lead to surrendering Archie into Rescue. On the whole Archie sets his boundaries with little...

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Dougie (Douglas) Patterjack

Dougie (Douglas) Patterjack

Dougie has been living with his family including 2 tweens children. Rescue Remedies offered a Rescue place saving his life. Dougie is neutered, chipped, and fully vaccinated. DOB May 2020If interested in rehoming one of our dogs, the first step is to complete and...

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Chase Patterdale

Chase Patterdale

Sold for £750 on to a farm and wasn't good around sheep and farmer insisted he went that day! Passed on to sister with large family who were dog novice. Chase was bonding well with parents but didn't cope with such a busy household with 6 others and was living on his...

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Luna Patterdale

Luna Patterdale

Luna's home life was tough life for 2 and half years then passed on to a someone who had her for 6 months but didn't cope not knowing her breed mix/ traits. A family homed her through website on the understanding she had lived with and was good with cats...sadly not....

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Spencer Patterdale

Spencer Patterdale

Spencer grew up in a family as a single pet. He had a very good foundation but clear from a young age he was a 'working terrier' through and through. Spencer needs a stoic family who can get the measure of his idiosyncrasies. Spencer is not for children and can't not...

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Roco Patterdale

Roco Patterdale

Roco was purchased as a puppy 'as a chihuahua!' The couple knew nothing about terriers or PATTERDALES! Sadly Roco's owners have now split and Roco has been left long hours. Roco had had very little socialisation. He is a sensitive soul and takes a little time to...

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