7 dogs at Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary need forever homes

The sanctuary welcomes up to 500 animals each year and has found 27,000 animals in new homes since it opened more than 50 years ago.

If you think you might be able to relocate one of them, go to Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary website for more details.

You can also sponsor one of their animals or donate to the vital work of the association.


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Adopt a dog from Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary

Banksy

Meet 7 dogs looking for a forever home at the Oxfordshire Animal SanctuaryMeet Banksy. Credit: Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary

Genre – Man

Age – 5 years

Color – White and black cross terrier

Banksy likes to play and be around people.

He would do best in a home where his owner is most of the time and is free to take him for long walks.

Banksy is looking for a house with no other animals or children that has a garden to play in.

It needs an owner who knows resource protection and you should only apply if you understand what this behavior means.

However, one of the sanctuary’s behaviorists will be on hand to support the lucky owner.

To find how to relocate Banksy.

Reggie

Meet 7 dogs looking for a forever home at the Oxfordshire Animal SanctuaryMeet Régie. Credit: Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary

Genre – Man

Age – 3 years

Raise – German shepherd

Reggie is a smart boy who loves his toys.

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His new home should have a maximum of two people and should not have children or other pets.

There should also be a secure garden with a 6 foot fence around it.

His potential owner should be willing to visit him up to 10 times before bringing him home and should be experienced with dogs, especially large breeds.

Learn more about how to adopt Reggie.

Milo

Meet 7 dogs looking for a forever home at the Oxfordshire Animal SanctuaryMeet Milo. Credit: Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary

Genre – Man

Age – 2 years

Raise – Cross

This adorable pooch loves being around other dogs and learning new things.

Milo is looking for an owner who likes to train and is willing to spend hours with the Sanctuary team and behaviorist to help him settle in and resolve any issues.

He’s looking to live in a quiet single-person home that doesn’t have pets, children, or many visitors.

Milo would prefer to live in a rural area that has a secure garden with a 6ft fence all around.

Learn more about how to adopt Milo.

Archie and Lottie

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Genre – Male and female

Age – 4 and 6 years old

Raise – Shih Tzu

These adorable Shih-Tzus are super friendly and are looking for a new home of their own.

Archie and Lottie love people, and the Sanctuary says they’re great at walking and having adventures.

These adorable pooches can live with kids over 10 and they are also house trained and can be left home alone for 3 hours at a time.

Dogs need regular grooming and to be in a home with no other pets with a private yard surrounded by a secure 4ft fence.

Learn more about how to adopt Archie and Lottie.

Alaska

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Genre – Female

Age – 9 years

Raise – Alaskan Malamute

Alaska is described as a “lovable and affectionate” dog once she gets to know you.

The Alaskan Malamute can live with children ages 14 and up and is clean and non-destructive around the home.

She walks beautifully and should be cared for by an owner with experience with large breed dogs.

Alaska must be the only pet in the home, requires regular grooming and a home with a private yard with a secure 6 foot fence all around.

Learn more about Alaska and how to adopt it.

jackson

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Genre – Man

Age – 1 year

Raise – Big Traverse

Described as “super smart and loves to learn”, Jackson is looking for a forever home.

The very affectionate pooch loves to play with toys and is described by the sanctuary as ‘a sweet boy who will thrive in a family environment, with the right support and training’.

He can live with children 14 and older and should live in a home with no other pets.

The sanctuary is also looking for potential owners who will be around often due to Jackson’s separation anxiety and who are understanding.

Learn more about how to adopt Jackson.