Dogs Trust

Devoted doggy duo are looking for love this Valentine's Day

Pair of rescue dogs who adore each other are looking for home together

Staff at Dogs Trust Evesham are on the lookout for a special home that can take on a pair of star-crossed pooches ahead of the most romantic weekend of the year.


It really ‘muttley’ love for Boxers Grace and Kaiser as they arrived at the rehoming centre together and spend their days enjoying romantic walks and snuggling up on their shared bed whilst they await their forever home.


Dogs Trust Evesham’s supporter relations officer, Shauna Stedman, explains: “Grace and Kaiser absolutely adore each other. They spend every waking moment together; they really are the best of friends. They are a fantastic pair of dogs and would make a wonderful addition to a family home.”


Six year old Grace and eight year old Kaiser are both Boxers. Their ideal day is spent exploring the great outdoors, enjoying delicious doggy treats and snuggling up together for afternoon naps. 


This doggy duo are hoping someone will love them ‘droolly’, madly, deeply and rehome them as a pair on the 14th of February. Both dogs are housetrained and very clean. They have very gentle personalities and adore human company.

Grace and Kaiser are looking for a loving family home which can take on double the love. This devoted duo can live with children aged 11 and over and potentially, another dog in their new home.


Grace and Kaiser are currently cuddled up in a foster home, so please do contact the centre before visiting.


Can you offer double the love to Grace and Kaiser?


If you’re interested in rehoming this adorable pair of pooches contact Dogs Trust Evesham on 0300 303 0292.


Dogs Trust Evesham is open Thurs - Tues: 12:00 - 16:00 they are closed on Wednesdays.




For more information, or to arrange photography, please contact:

Mary Hickey: Dogs Trust Junior Press Officer T: 020 7833 7650 E: [email protected]


Dogs Trust is working towards the day when all dogs can enjoy a happy life, free from the threat of unnecessary destruction.  Dogs Trust is the UK’s largest dog welfare charity and cares for nearly 17,000 dogs each year through its network of 20 Rehoming Centres across the UK and one in Dublin.