Dogs for rehoming
Below are just some of the lovely dogs currently at our rescue centre and looking for a home of their own. If you are interested in rehoming a dog please call us on 01452 740300 between 9am and 4pm.
Please read our How to Adopt page before applying to adopt an animal.
We will ask you to visit us so that we can find out what type of dog is right for you. You will then be introduced to a dog and if all seems well you will be invited to take them for a walk to observe their behaviour and interact with them outside a kennel environment (always a more natural behaviour). If you already have other dogs, we respectfully insist that they have the opportunity to meet each other prior to adoption.
We ask for an adoption donation of £160 for a dog or a puppy. This includes:
- neutering or spaying (if under 6 months a voucher will be issued)
- first part of their annual vaccination
- all veterinary costs while the dog is at Teckels
- worming and flea treatment
- four weeks free pet insurance with PetPlan
This fee is only a contribution to the cost of caring for an animal in rescue until they are adopted, and we would ask all adopters to consider becoming a regular donor via Charity Checkout, as a way of continuing your support.
Please don’t forget to buy your associated pet products from our shop. Every little helps towards the ongoing care of our animals.
Neutering is the only effective and safe way to reduce the number of unwanted dogs in the UK and most rescues will have a policy similar to Teckels. It is important that potential adopters understand that it is mandatory for all Teckels puppies (male and female) to be neutered when they reach the appropriate age, and we will provide adopters with a neuter voucher for this purpose. This voucher is redeemable at one of several Gloucestershire vet surgeries. When you adopt a puppy from us you enter into a contractual agreement to neuter your dog at the appropriate age and you acknowledge that Teckels reserves the right to remove the dog from your care if you do not adhere to the terms of the agreement.
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