We conduct a home check on everyone wanting to adopt one of our dogs, this is to make sure there is a secure garden and that all the household is prepared for a dog.
We only give out small puppies to families with younger children (under teenagers), we normally don’t have any history on our adult dogs so can’t guarantee them with children.
Puppies need someone at home during the day, or someone who is able to call in to the pup regularly during the day to toilet train a pup and give them company.
We don’t give dogs to people who are in private rented accommodation, landlords are within their rights to change their mind about pets without notice.
We ask a minimum donation of €100 for a dog, this goes towards, but doesn’t cover, the cost of their microchip, neuter operation and vaccinations.
All puppies adopted from us MUST be neutered when they are 6 months old, adult dogs will be neutered before leaving the sanctuary.
If things don’t work out all our dogs must be brought back to us, they are not to be passed on to anyone else
We are unable to accept students on work experience programmes