Below are the dogs currently in the care or WHAD, all of these dogs are seeking their forever homes.
Please also take a look a the 'More Dogs' page to see other dogs that WHAD are helping to find homes.
Click here to see more photos of Marley (redirects to Facebook album of Marley)
Click below to see more photos of Harry (redirects to Facebook album of Harry)
Marley is a Labradoodle and is around a year old. His coat appears to be more Lab than Doodle!
He's epileptic, but the vet has advised that he does not require medication because he has a fit (30 seconds-1 minute) about once a
month. Medication used long term damages the liver, so this is vets advice.
He's very bouncy (being a pup) and therefore is not suitable to be homed with very young children. He gets
on with kids, but tends to knock them sideways. He can however be homed with older children.
He's a thief for food, and is clever, he'll open cupboards. Due to
previous circumstances he dislikes being left alone for long periods. He is currently in
a foster home where he is left, but is with other dog(s).
Marley dislikes being shut in crate (again this goes back to his previous life).
He is good with other dogs, enjoys walks, meeting other dogs off lead, and his recall coming along well.
He is attending training and seems to be quick picking stuff up.
Marley's ideal home
would be with someone at home all day. He will need patience to guide this lovely
boy along the "well behaved dog" route. He is probably not suitable as a first
dog and definitely needs someone calm who will not panic when he has his minor fits.
If you would like to offer Marley a forever home, please contact email@example.com for an application form.
Harry is a Lurcher, aged around 10 to 14 months.
Laa, one of WHAD's foster Mums saw Harry come into NCDL Canterbury as a stray, and he was then moved to the pound for his 7 days awaiting an owner to reclaim. Laa fell in love with him at first sight, and was worried about his future (or lack of it!) She tracked him down, and asked if we'd take him at WHAD. Well of course we would! Until he was safely with us, Laa was frightened to give him a name, so for the week he was known as 'might be Harry'. Now he is definitely Harry.
Harry's Foster Mum says "Harry loves kids, I looked after my 8yr old granddaughter today and she and harry really hit it off, they played together outside for an hour, running up and down. He didn't leave her side. He got very upset when she fell over and cried. He whimpered when she went home."
Harry cannot live with cats. He will be neutered, chipped and vaccinated before rehoming. a home check and adoption fee will apply. If you would like to offer Harry a home please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Dexter is a very loving happy to please dog, he is in foster with 2 children 4 cats and 4 other dogs, he is very playful and can be a bit boisterous and loud but he means no harm.
Due to his size and him being boisterous he wouldn't be suited to a home with small children, and cats would have to be used to dogs as he likes to play with them too.
He enjoys his walks and loves a good swim, Dexter would be a lovely addition to the family and will be very much missed in his foster home.
He will be neutered, chipped and vaccinated before rehoming. a home check and adoption fee will apply.
If you would like to offer Dexter a home please contact email@example.com