From time to time some owners need to re-home their pets, for many reasons.
We offer a service here at the farm, that enables your pet to stay with us on a special boarding rate, until such time as a new pet home is found with a suitable home.
In addition we look for good homes for our GSD females to go to at about 4/5 years old.
Please call me if you are interested in re-homing one of our dogs in the future.
The Dogs displayed on this page are available and ready for new homes.
We look forward to your call.
Milo was bred by GVW and has over the last few years been to board with us.
Milo was born 27.07.14.
His mum is Deta who has recently retired.
Milo is a very excitable loving dog with almost a puppies mentality, he loves to play fetch and is obsessed with toys and especially balls. He is very playful and loves to greet people when they come in the house and gets very excited to meet new people when at home.
He loves walks and can be let of the lead to play fetch, he's also been on runs before of the lead and does follow you as long as your running quick enough. He loves playing in water as well and is very good as swimming, he loves to collect stick and toys out of the water when chucked in. He is very good with children and will take treats of you very nicely if you tell him, he knows a few basic commands like sit and wait for food, he will give you paw and he loves to jump up people to give them a hug. He will come and lie next to you for a fuss as well if you let him. He can be a little boisterous and can sometimes push past if he's excited, due to him not knowing his own size. I would love him to go to a home that has the time and love for him to go on a daily walk and give him a lot of fuss. He can get on really well with other dogs in his house as long as he has time to get to know them, he is great with our jack russell cross and is always play fighting with him.
Please contact Sam, Milo’s owner directly by e mail in the first instance
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Levi is a very active dog who's always on the go, he is slimmer than his brother Odie due to being so active, and we feed Levi slightly more food than Odie as his active lifestyle keeps him slim.
Levi is very friendly around people, he barks at the door if people come to the house but once inside Levi is very friendly. Levi is also very good around children and babies as we have frequent visits from my daughters who bring their children, we also have a new born baby and both dogs are fine around the baby. Levi absolutely loves playing fetch with a ball or stick, he loves going for walks regularly and has been ok with other dogs with no issues, not sure how he would react if another dog were to attack him as he's never been in that situation.
In the evenings when Levi is tired out from his busy day he likes to have cuddles and will always sit at my feet when I'm on the sofa, he likes to be close by.
Levi doesn't really have any bad points, he seems to scratch at the floor regularly when outside especially if I'm throwing a ball and Odie gets it first. Levi dose pine if he's separated from Odie.
Odie is a bit more chilled than Levi but is also quite active, especially if there is a ball or stick to be thrown, he constantly brings it back to my feet and waits eagerly for it to be thrown again.
Odie is very friendly around people, he barks at the door if people come to the house but once inside Odie is very friendly, Odie is also very good around children and babies as we have frequent visits from my daughters who bring their children, we also have a new born baby and both dogs are fine around the baby, Odie absolutely loves playing fetch with a ball or stick, he loves going for walks regularly and has been ok with other dogs with no issues, not sure how he would react if another dog were to attack him as he's never been in that situation.
In the evenings when Odie is tired out from his busy day he likes to have cuddles and will always chill out normally laying at any doorway.
Odie doesn't have any bad points apart from he will normally finish his feed first and take any chance to finish Levi's, I stand and watch them at feeding times to make sure Levi finishes his dinner.
Both dogs pull quite a bit on the leads but I use halti's which makes lead walking really easy, they are used to 2 walks per day, normally in the morning then again in the evening, I personally think Levi would struggle if he was separated from Odie.
They both eat dried food twice per day, on the evening feed I mix webox with their food and the absolutely love it. They love left over chicken and a small amount of veg when we have a roast dinner. They both like treats like gravy bones and marrowbone biscuits.