Oldies Club, the registered charity that promotes the rehoming of older dogs, has some wonderful grey-whiskered veterans waiting for their forever home. They are all in foster homes, where they have been assessed, and now they just need that special family to give them their happy-ever-after…
BUDDY AND ZEPHY
Buddy & Zephy are a wonderful pair who have lived together, so they are looking for that extra special family willing to take on two old sweeties. They can be left for a short time, enjoy short walks and are happy in the car. Both are very loving dogs just waiting for their forever home.
HONEY AND ALFIE
Honey and Alfie are also looking for a home together. Honey is anxious when left, but Alfie is a bit more relaxed – however, as he’s hard of hearing and has cataracts, he likes to know someone is around for him. Short walks only for this lovely pair; they much prefer to potter in the garden. If they do go on walks they must be kept on leads, as they have no recall at all. Their ideal home would be on one level, with someone around most of the time.
PEPSI AND MAX
Our final pair of lovelies, Pepsi and Max, are Labrador-collie sister and brother. They would like someone around most of the time. Pepsi walks well but prefers to walk with her brother. They’d love to live in a quiet, peaceful area with a large garden. They love to be together, preferably with their humans.
Mabel is a lovely girl who adores her treats, playtime, cuddles and teddies! She needs a home with easy access to a garden and cannot climb stairs in the home. Sadly, Mabel has suffered some trauma, which has resulted in a problem with her back legs. Because of this, she uses a wheelchair, but she can be taken out of it for a good roll in the grass!
Last but not least is lovely Libby. She has recently become blind, but that doesn’t stop her at all. Libby is OK left for short periods but needs someone who is around most of the day. She’d like to be the only pet in the home. An enclosed secure garden is needed for Libby, something that is easy for her to get around. Not too many steps/no steps would be best in her home. She’s just a wonderful dog who needs a loving forever home.