Date of Birth  22/02/2022
Breed  Shar Pei
Sex  Female
Good with dogs  No
Good with cats  No
To live with older children?  16+
To live with younger children  No
Neutered  Yes
Vaccinated  Yes
Microchipped  Yes

Let us introduce you to our sweet girl, Leila. Leila is a 2 year old Shar Pei who came into our care having suffered incomprehensible pain and discomfort her entire life as a result of how she was bred. Excessive skin rolls and severe entropion (turned in eyelids) meant she had coarse hair grating the surface of her eyes causing severe ulcers. Sadly, one of her eyes had ruptured weeks to months prior to her coming into our care and had gone untreated. Our vet team performed a series of surgeries to correct her issues and the difference it has made in her, is remarkable. When she arrived she was in agony, shut down and couldnít interact with us. Once free of her painful condition we began to see her wonderful, playful personality shine through.

We donít believe Leila has much, if any, sight in her remaining eye due to the amount of scarring but she doesnít allow this to affect her joy. With this in mind, it does give us a particular criteria for what we feel Leila will be seeking in her perfect forever home.

Having very little to no sight at all, Leilaís hearing is the sense she relies on to navigate what is going on around her. Leila would therefore benefit from a very calm and quiet household where she is the only pet. Initially upon meeting someone new, she can be a little wary but with a little time and patience, she will soon warm to her carer, respond to their voice, trust in them and a wonderful bond will be formed between her and those that care for her.

Once that bond has formed, Leila will thrive on your company and interaction. She is very affectionate and always so pleased to see you. Being a young dog, she can be lively and playful once she is familiar and comfortable in her environment. She will require her new owner to be at home with her for the majority of the day initially for reassurance while she settles in her new home and becomes familiar with the layout. Once she is fully confident and relaxed and has that all important bond with her owner, there is the potential for leaving hours to start to be introduced.

Leila requires a large, secure, private garden, attached to her home, where she can become familiar and feel comfortable, allowing her to potter & relax at her own convenience and leisure. Unfortunately, Leila is not suited to long walks in unfamiliar areas as this just has an overwhelming effect on her.

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.


Puppies less than 6 months £450
Puppies 6 months - 12 months £400
Adult dogs - £350
Geriatric dogs subject to individual assessment

Dog Adoption Form (Please note we are having an issue with amending the pricing on the form, please find rehoming fees on the description).

Thank you for being interested in giving one of our dogs a loving home.

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.