Covid-19 update: Our rehoming centres aren’t open for public browsing but we’re still rehoming and taking in dogs, with social distancing measures in place to keep our staff and adopters safe.

Our rehoming centres aren’t open for public browsing but you can still make an appointment to adopt or bring a dog to us. We’ve set up new processes to keep staff, visitors and adopters safe, including matching dogs with their new homes virtually and delivering dogs contact-free.

Local restrictions may affect our rehoming procedures, so please check the rules for your area: we’re not able to facilitate appointments or adoptions across different tiers, or anywhere there are travel restrictions.

We’re currently experiencing an unprecedented amount of interest, with some dogs getting several hundred applications. Please bear with us, we’re doing everything we can to find our dogs their forever homes.

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Joey

I'm looking for a new home...

About Joey

Centre:
Breed:
Age:
5 to 7 Years
Sex:
Male

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Joey is a very handome 4 year old saluki. He is a sweet character who enjoys being with people and having a snuggle on the sofa once he gets to know you. Joey is a very chilled out boy in the home and loves to snooze after some fun play time and enrichment games.

Type of home needed

Joey is looking for an understanding home that is prepared to continue his training programmes, he is a very clever boy who loves to learn, he knows his basic training but will need some ongoing help from our team as he finds the outside world over whelming. Joey has the potential to live with a calm, older, well-adjusted dog, he does need some further socialisation training. Joey is looking to live in a rural location with very limited traffic, he also needs a very secure large garden with enough room to do zoomies, and minimum of 6ft fencing.

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Joey CANNOT live with cats or small furries. He could live children aged 10 or over. Joey requires multiple visits at the centre and in the home, owners must be committed to this and not live to far from the centre. Due to lockdown restrictions and Joey needing multiple meets at the centre, we cannot proceed with any applications until restrictions are lifted. You can still apply for Joey by clicking on the 'Come and Meet Me' button below, but please be aware that successful applicants may not be contacted until circumstances change. Applications will close when a we have found a suitable match.

 

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How rehoming works

Thank you for your interest in Joey, who is based at Newbury (Berkshire). Please note this is not a reservation on this dog. If you think you could be a good match give us a call on the number below

Our rehoming process is a bit different at the moment! We’re now matching dogs with their new families virtually and delivering dogs to their new homes, with social distancing measures in place to help keep staff and adopters safe. For dogs who need more time to get to know their new family, you can come and meet them at our rehoming centres by appointment. More info about how our new rehoming process works below.

When you rehome a dog, we’ll give you your welcome bag, which includes a new collar and lead, and our dog care handbook with microchip and insurance details. Plus, to help your new addition settle in we’ll give you a 2kg bag of Wainwright’s dry dog food, courtesy of the Pets at Home VIP Club, unless they have been fed on a different food for dietary or veterinary reasons.

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Location

Dogs Trust Newbury
Plumb’s Farm
Hamstead Marshall
Newbury
Berks

RG20 0HR

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Opening times

Our centres are currently closed and can only be visited by appointment at this current time. Our phone lines are open 8.30am to 5pm for enquiries or to make an appointment.

Contact

01488 658391

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