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UPDATED: 17th June 2018

If you are interested in adopting any of the dogs below, please read our rehoming policies below, before applying to adopt


Cooper is a 5 year old boxer x bullmastiff (mostly boxer). He is a lovely active playful boy who would benefit from an active home. Cooper has previously lived with other dogs and children but we would advise a home with no children, he was recently returned to us for snapping at a neighbour, he can be a bit weary of new people - although not always, some people just spook him, so strangers in the street should not be allowed to approach him or get in his face. Apart from this he is a lovely boy. Since being back with us he has not put a foot wrong! He is in a foster home and has been extremely chilled out and very well behaved.  He is currently in kennels in Ormskirk


Lucia is a 6 year old boxer girl. She is a very chilled out girl who walks well n the lead. Lucia has sadly recently been returned to us due to snapping a couple of times. She is not comfortable at all around children and can be weary of new people inside her home so visitors will need to ignore her and give her space.  She would be ok to live with a calmer none-dominant male dog. She has also lived with cats too but can be a bit weary after being scratched by one.


Apollo has been in our care since November 2016. He came to us from the stray pound as we were told he was a boxer cross, upon arrival it was very clear there is no boxer in him, we are pretty certain he is an akita cross american bulldog. He definitely has Akita trains and is very aloof and protective of his home. He is super chilled out in the house and will happily sleep the day away in front of the fire. He is not particularly bothered by lots of fuss and attention. Apollo is great with women, but he is not keen on men until he knows and trusts them. Apollo is easy to manage in the home, when people come to the door he must be put out into the kitchen or similar. The one MASSIVELY IMPORTANT rule is to never allow him to greet people at the door (men or women) or allow new people to approach and stroke him when out on walks, he does not like fuss from strangers, we have not seen any problems with women, only men, but with this one rule in place he really will not be hard to manage at all as this is the only area we have seen issues with him, apart from this he has been absolutely perfect, completely house trained, chilled out, none destructive, lazy boy. He happily entertains himself for hours with his kong. Once he has bonded you he is an extremely sweet dog, he is very obedient and loves his treats. He is a calm placid boy who really isn't too much trouble at all once you get to know him. As he is protective of his owner and home he does need the right type of home with experience of dogs like him. We are looking for either a quiet home without people coming and going all of the time, maybe someone who lives alone and is looking for a companion. He would also do well living in a Sanctuary or someone with land or a farm for him to plod about on. He cannot come into contact with children or visitors or other dogs. If you would like more info or to discuss Apollo please get in touch. He is currently in Ormskirk


Vinnie and Hollie are both 4 year old boxers. Holle is the little white girl and vinnie is the brindle. They are looking for a home together. Both have lived with multiple other dogs in their previous home and are ok with children over 8 years old. Hollie is deaf but dont let this put you off as its hard to tell! She will follow vinnie and use him as her ears!


Skye is a 5 year old boxer girl. She has sadly just been returned to our care. Skye is a great inside the home but sadly she has a real dislike of children, for this reason she must be muzzled when out on walks and preferable not walked in areas where there are children. She is undergoing assessments whilst with us and behavioural training too, we are not sure what has happened in the past to make her react to children but hopefully with time and patience we can desensitise her which will make it more enjoyable to walk her too