Under this scheme you need to be able to keep your dogs whilst a new home is found, if you can, he/she may be suitable to be registered on our Matchmaker Scheme.
(If you are unable to keep the dog with you whilst a new home is found
please visit the Waiting List page)
However, please note, if a dog is found a new home on the Matchmaker Scheme they do go on a two week home trial period, and as the owner, we would require you to agree to take the dog back within this two week period should the home not work out. Hopefully, with careful matching this should not happen, but it may do, and you would need to be able to take the dog back in these circumstances until another home could be found.
To register on the scheme we need you to complete the online form.
Once we have received this we will email you for vet records and photographs of your dog.
We will then send an Independent Visitor to see the dog.
We do require the dog to be fully vaccinated and spayed / neutered (unless the vet states that age is against spaying / neutering at this stage).
Once we have all the information we will then place your dog on our webpage and promote them on our facebook page. We will take calls from any potential homes and carry out a home visit to make sure it is a suitable home.
We will then put you in touch with the potential adopter for them to see your dog.
We have managed to rehome quite a few Seniors this way.
We only ask for a minimum donation of £20 (more if you chose) should a home be found,
and this will go into our funds to help other Senior Staffies who have no owners and who need our support.
We cannot say how long it would take to find your dog a new home it may only be weeks
but it could be 6 months plus so you would need to consider this as well.
If you feel the Matchmaker Scheme is suitable for your circumstances please complete this online form and we will be in touch.