A local charity - Raven’s Rescue - is looking for forever homes for dogs in their care. The charity is named after founder Sarah’s beloved Rottweiler, who tragically lost her battle with cancer.
The Brierley Hill charity has six dogs that are ready for adoption and you can give them a second chance at life. Some of these dogs will need a little extra TLC and patience from their owners but it’s all worth it.
Dogs are great for improving physical and mental health of humans. They are loyal like no other animals and love to shower their humans with affections.
If you think you want to take home one of these cute dogs, you can fill out the application forms found on Raven’s Rescue website.
Here are the six dogs up for adoption at Raven’s Rescue:
Bruce is a 6 month old Frenchie cross who’s owner could no longer keep him due to him having seizures. He is now on regular medication which he will need everyday to manage his seizures. He will need ongoing toilet training in his new home and is good with other dogs. He is not cat tested so will need a cat free home and he is great with kids.
Chunk is a 3 year old Bulldog who is loving and trusting. He loves meeting people and can get over excited and jump up, he is improving with this with his foster family. He has had successful boas surgery, he not lived around children so would suit an adult only household due to his size and energy. He currently lives with an older cat so would be fine in a house with cats that are dog savvy. Chunk is a typical Bulldog and stubborn, he is working on obeying commands and will do basic commands such as sit and stay. He is a playful and loving boy and loves playing with his toys especially tug of war! He would suit an adult active only household with Bulldog experience who can continue with his training.
Amber is 4 1/2 years old Staffie. Once she gets to know you will become your shadow and not leave your side. She is very tactile and thinks she is a lapdog and loves being curled up besides someone. Amber does suffer from separation anxiety where she licks and chews herself, this has resulted in some destructive behaviours. This is something new as her owners circumstances have changed where they were at home a lot before and now their work demands has them out the house a lot, leaving Amber alone for many hours.
Chester is a 5 year old Bichon Frise. He is happy when around other dogs as this gives him the confidence to settle into a family environment. He will suit a home if there are children that they are teenagers upwards and dog savvy and with another dog to help him build his confidence further and a dog he can play with. His home will need to be cat free and someone who is at home most of the day who can continue his training and a good sized garden as he has likes to run around.