Heather | German Shepherd Dog Cross | Glasgow - 1
Heather | German Shepherd Dog Cross | Glasgow - 3
Heather | German Shepherd Dog Cross | Glasgow - 5


I'm looking for my forever home. Could you be my perfect match?

Reference ID
May live with
Dogs and Secondary school age children.

Are you right for Heather?

Heather is a beautiful girl who is looking for a switched on home where she can continue her training. She is looking for a home with direct access to a secure and private garden with a 5ft fence, where she can zoomie around to her heart's content. Heather is able to share her home with children 16 years and over and could benefit from living with other dogs. She would be comfortable being left alone for 3-4 hours a day but we recommend building this up gradually.

Is Heather right for you?

A home in a quiet environment would be best suited to Heather as she can be sensitive to loud noises including traffic. Heather is looking for a dedicated family who can build her confidence and help her to thrive. She is super smart as a German Shepherd x Collie and would love someone who is willing to continue her training or take her to fun classes to help channel this energy such as agility.

How our rehoming process works

Thanks for your interest in Heather. To apply to adopt a dog like Heather, these are your next steps.

Create an account and fill out our application form

In our form you can tell us all about your home, your lifestyle and the kind of dogs you’re interested in. You won’t be applying for a specific dog, but you can add favourites to give us an idea of the dogs you like. We’ll use this information to find a great match for …

Choose a rehoming centre

We’ll also ask you to select a rehoming centre. The team at this centre will look after your application and assess you against all suitable dogs in their care. This doesn’t have to be your nearest centre, but you will need to travel there within a few days once we’ve found …

We’ll contact you within seven days

We’ll be in touch by phone or email within seven days of receiving your application to have a chat about your dog search. Then we'll start looking for a great match for you.

We will make two attempts to contact you. If after the second attempt we don’t hear back from …

We’ll keep your application open for three months and keep looking for a match

You won't need to do anything else or apply again for three months. We’ll keep reviewing your application against all the dogs at your chosen centre. Not all available dogs are featured on our website; dogs of all shapes and sizes regularly come into our care, and your …

When we find a match, we’ll invite you to meet them

If we’ve found a dog who seems right for you, we’ll invite you to come and meet them at the rehoming centre. 

Some of the dogs in our care will need to meet potential owners several times to get to know one another. This lets us see you’re compatible and gives …

If we haven’t found the right match, we’ll continue the search together

If we haven’t found the right dog for you within three months, we’ll let you know your application is closed. We’ll invite you to apply again so we have up-to-date information about you, and we’ll keep looking.

We’ll support you to embark on a new life with your dog

When we’ve matched you with a dog, we’ll help you welcome them to your home. After adoption we’ll keep in touch to see how you and the dog are doing. If you need any advice or support, we’re just a phone call away.  

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Contact Details


Dogs Trust Glasgow
315 Hamilton Road
G71 7SL
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