Date of Birth:  15-10-21
Breed:  Rommie Crossbreeds
Weight:  Oak- 15 Kg Spruce- 14 Kg Snowdrop- 14.1 Kg (All still growing)
Sex:  6 Male, 2 Female
Housetrained:  Never been in a home
Destructive:  Never been in a home, not destructive in kennels
Good with dogs:  Yes
Good with cats:  Yes, slow introduction
To live with older children?  Yes
To live with younger children:  5 Years Plus
Neutered:  Too young, to return to PACT
Vaccinated:  Started, due 2nd vaccination
Microchipped:  Yes

Snowdrop, our last Rommie puppy 

Snowdrop is a happy go lucky, playful fun pup that absolutely loves to have cuddles, loves to play and loves to learn. 

We have eight Romanian puppies available for rehoming consisting of six boys and two girls. We estimate these puppies to be medium to large size when fully grown. They have been with us for a few weeks, and we now feel they are ready to find their forever homes.

These puppies are approximately 6 months old and have come from the streets of Romania, never knowing a home environment or any kind of training. We have started to work on this and whilst in our care we have spent time with them harness training and socialising within our busy sanctuary environment and they have come on leaps and bounds.

They do however come with a list of requirements that need to be met before they can be rehomed.


Our requirements for rehoming a puppy are as follows:

All members of the household will need to visit your chosen puppy at least 2 times. (3 if you have existing dogs)

Any children in the household would need to be a minimum of 5 years of age and ideally have some experience of being around dogs.

You must have a secure private garden (minimum 6’ fencing) attached to your home. 

We do not rehome to flats or communal gardens.  

You will have to register your puppy into puppy classes and proof of this will be required.

Any existing pets must be neutered and vaccinated, proof of this will also be required.  

You must be prepared to take out pet insurance, this is to cover any unforeseen accidents or illnesses in your new pet’s life. The staff will be very happy to discuss this with you. 

We ask for a donation of £350 per puppy which includes microchipping, vaccinations, flea and worm treatment whilst in our care, and neutering when they are old enough. (They will need to be returned to the sanctuary to be neutered.)

We are expecting a high volume of applications, so we will be working on a first come first served basis matching a puppy to your lifestyle.


If you are interested in rehoming one of these beautiful puppies, please supply us with the following information and provide us with photos or ideally a video of any rooms in the house the puppy would have access to and most importantly, your garden in its entirety with focus on all fence lines and any gates.


  • Name
  • Full address
  • Contact number
  • Information about yourself and your lifestyle.
  • Do you have children/visiting children, and what are their ages?
  • Do you have any other pets?
  • What are your working patterns?
  • Why are you looking to rehome a puppy? Have you ever owned a puppy?
  • Do you have any experience in training dogs/puppies?


This information with attached photos can be sent to

Please note, failure to supply us with all the required information and photos requested will result in your application not being successful.

If you do not hear back from us within one week unfortunately, we are sorry to say that your application will not have been selected.