Date of Birth  14/10/2018
Breed  SBT X
Sex  Female
Colour  Brown
Destructive  No
Good with dogs  Not to live with as she needs lots of attention and time. She happily goes on social lead walks with others.
Good with cats  No
To live with older children?  12 Years Plus due to nervous nature.
To live with younger children  No
Neutered  Yes
Vaccinated  Yes
Microchipped  Yes


Amber came to us in October 2022 - so has been with us for nearly a year. She was relinquished to us because a member of the household was allergic to her. They had only had her for 4 weeks and had rehomed her from a 'free to a good home' post on Facebook.

Amber came to us in a very sorry state and was in poor health, it took a little while to get her well again and she now looks like a different dog. We believe she has allergic skin disease.

PACT will cover all treatment relating to her skin and ears as long as treatment is carried out at the sanctuary. She is currently on a supplement called Coatex to help with her skin which we will continue to supply.

Amber is a very loving and affectionate dog but she does lack in confidence, therefore she can be a little nervous of new people but once she knows you she loves being with you, she just needs time and patience. She is a quiet dog in nature here with us at the sanctuary but we believe in a home environment she could really thrive and be the most loving and loyal companion.

She is good to walk wearing a harness and walks to heal. Whilst with us we have worked on her basic training and found her to be obedient and responsive to training, she knows a few commands such as sit, stay and come. She is a staff favourite and we really can’t understand why she is still with us.

Amber is not suitable to live with cats or other dogs and would be happiest as an only pet. She may be suitable for social lead walks with other dogs if introduced correctly.

Amber can be rehomed with children of the age 12 years and over. 

Dog Adoption Form

Our rehoming requirements are below:

  • All existing animals in the home must be neutered and vaccinated (where appropriate)
  • Must be prepared to take out pet insurance to cover any unforeseen accidents or illnesses.
  • Must be prepared to vaccinate annually and keep up to date with flea and worm treatments.
  • You must have a private enclosed garden attached to your home.
  • Your garden must be secure with a minimum of 4ft to maximum of 6ft boundaries - this is dog specific.
  • We do not rehome to flats or homes with communal gardens.
  • You will be required to visit your chosen dog a minimum of 3 times to allow us to assess if you are a suitable match.
  • All members of the household will be required to visit your chosen dog/s.
  • You must be prepared to sign a foster agreement that outlines our terms and conditions.

Rehoming fees:
All costs below are a minimum requested donation. This is to help cover our costs.
All dogs are neutered (puppies are booked in for neutering with us when old enough), vaccinated, microchipped and up to date with flea/worming treatments.

Dogs under 1 year - £350.00
Dogs 1 year-12 years £300.00
Dogs 12 years+ £250.00