Rehoming by appointment

Our rehoming centres are open by appointment only. We're still rehoming, but we're doing things a little differently.

Earl

I'm looking for a new home...

About Earl

Centre:
Breed:
Age:
8 and over
Sex:
Male

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Earl is an older boy at nearly 11 years old but is young at heart and in need of an owner who is enthusiastic about training and committed to working with our training and behaviour team. He displays behaviours very typical of his breed and will benefit from living with an owner who has previous experience with hounds or Beagles. He will need someone around for most of the day to work on his training and build up the time that he can be left alone. An active owner who enjoys early morning walks would suit him.

Type of home needed

Earl is looking to be the only pet in the household as he loves to be the centre of attention. He can be reactive towards other dogs on walks so will need to be kept on lead in public places. Due to this he needs to have direct access to his own garden which should be secured with a 5ft fence. Children must be over 16 years old to visit or live with Earl. This boy is motivated by food and attention but can get over the top about both. This is something that his foster carers have been working on with great success and confirms that a calm environment, lots of mental enrichment and encouraging calm behaviours works really well for him.

More about me

Earl would be best suited to a quiet home with owners who can give him some time and space to settle. He would like to meet his new owners a few times before going home. Although he is not a cuddly lap dog, once he has a bond with you he does like to join you on the sofa for a snooze in the evenings. He will make a wonderful addition in the right home. He does have most basic training under his belt and is housetrained. He will make a wonderful companion in the right home. To apply to adopt Earl please click on the 'Rehoming me starts here' button below. We will close applications when we find a suitable match. We can only contact the successful applicant.

 

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Thank you for your interest in rehoming a dog from our Glasgow Rehoming Centre.

The first step to rehoming from us is to complete our online application form. We’ll review your application and if we think you could be a good match for the dog, we’ll give you a call to chat in more detail.

When reviewing applications, we're looking at how closely your lifestyle matches the needs of the dog. If we have lots of strong matches, then we'll start with the family that applied first.

We may arrange a virtual home check to find out more about you, your lifestyle, and the home you can offer. We may also make an appointment for you to come and meet a dog at the centre.

Start your online application now.

We aim to respond to all rehoming applications within five working days. If you have not heard from us within five working days, unfortunately you have been unsuccessful this time.

Read more about rehoming from us.

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Location

Dogs Trust Glasgow
315 Hamilton Road
Uddingston
Glasgow

G71 7SL

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Opening times

Visits to the centre are by pre-booked appointment only.

Contact

0303 003 0000

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