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Need A Home

**Due to the Restrictions we are unable to hold our Meet and Greets but if you are interested in one of our dogs please call Margaret on 01642 488667, Dot on 01642 872683 or Alison on 01642 279272 between 10am and 6pm to arrange individual appointments.**

Here are the dogs we have available for re-homing. Please check back regularly as we unfortunately are always getting in new dogs. If you are interested in one of our dogs please phone to arrange a viewing appointment or alternatively pop along to our Sunday Meet and Greets 11am to 1pm at Old Park Farm Whitby Road Guisborough TS14 7DF. For further information you can telephone Alison on 01642 279272 or Dot on 07970 184307 or Margaret Young on 01642 488667 or text Sebastien on 07957 029306 or email us at saveourstrays@hotmail.co.uk

Have you considered fostering?

We are looking for families willing to foster dogs on a long or short term basis. This allows many dogs to become accustomed to a home environment and get some one-to-one attention. Vets fees and food bills are covered. All we ask is for a safe and loving environment, and you willing to give the time and patience that many of our dogs need. You just have to treat them as one of the family! Foster families will need to live in a 10 mile radius of Marske.

Please contact us with any questions you have about the fostering process.

The dogs with a [Reserved] on them have been selected by a new owner and are either waiting to go or are at their new home for the period before adoption.

Ryan

Meet Ryan

This is Ryan who needs a home

Ryan

Can you help Ryan?

Gender: M

Age: 2yrs 6 mo

RYAN has been in kennels quite a while now while other dogs have happily found their forever homes. He has special requirements, needing an experienced home.

Ryan is nervous and shy when meeting new people. He needs an adult home only with no small furries or cats. A home where someone will be around for most of the day. He is however good with other dogs, doesn't pull on the lead, walking past people and dogs. It takes a while for Ryan to feel comfortable with people, once he does he is a fun loving boy, comical and very affectionate. He loves playing in water and will walk for miles. He will play ball all day long and actually brings the ball back to be thrown again.

There is nothing more rewarding than gaining the trust of a shy dog and helping them shine.  Ryan is a special boy waiting for his special forever home