Honey & Alfie

Oldies Club, a charity dedicated to rehoming dogs who are getting on a little in years, has some wonderful pairs who are waiting patiently for their forever homes – could you offer a loving retirement home for them?

These dogs are in a foster home where they’ve been assessed and now just need that special family to give them their happy forever after. It may seem daunting to take on two oldies, but the ones below are wonderful pairs who will just give you twice the love of a single dog.

Max & Pepsi

Max & Pepsi

Max and Pepsi are 12-year-old brother and sister Labrador-collies. Sadly, their owner passed away, which is why they are now in a foster home in Norfolk, awaiting a forever home. They settled in well and, although they are very people orientated, they can be left for short periods. They’re well behaved with other dogs, potentially might chase cats, and appear to be well behaved with visiting children. Could they spend their retirement with you?

Buddy & Zephy

Buddy & Zephy

Sadly, Buddy and Zephy have been with us a while. These two wonderful older dogs 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 & Alfie

Honey & Alfie

Another pair who are patiently waiting are Honey and Alfie, they are also looking for a home together. Honey is anxious when left, but Alfie is a bit more relaxed, but he’s hard of hearing and has cataracts, so 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 lead, as they have no recall at all. Their ideal home would be on one level, with someone around most of the time. This pair of sweeties would love a special family.

Single and ready to mingle!

Oldies Club also has some single dogs awaiting their forever homes:

Jay

Jay

Jay is a wonderful 12-year-old terrier cross. He was originally rescued from Cyprus, so his age is more of an estimate. He is an energetic boy, so perhaps he is younger. He settled within a week; he can be left for a short while but is very happy to see you when you return. He has lived with other dogs in the past, doesn’t seem fazed by cats and has been good with grandchildren (although always under supervision). He is a lovely boy, who is awaiting a comfy sofa and forever home to spend his retirement.

Hunter

Hunter

Hunter is a sweet little eight-year-old Pug. He would prefer to be an only dog, although he is fine with dogs outside of home. He is wary of young children, so he would need a home with teenagers who understand his needs. Another happy little dog awaiting a forever home.

Max

Max
Lastly, we have Max, a white German Shepherd. Max is eight years old and has suffered a lot of upheaval before he came to Oldies Club so he took a while to settle. He was frightened and nervous – a little bit growly due to his fear. He’s now settled and has a wonderful, affectionate nature. He can be left alone for a short time but does love his family. He could possibly be rehomed with a resident dog but we are unsure about cats.

Oldies Club have other dogs in its care, awaiting assessment. Once they are, they will be featured on the OC site, so do keep checking in if these retirement buddies aren’t suitable for you.

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