** This pet has been Rehomed **
Date Added: 6th May 2017
Pet Type: Dog
Looking for a new home.

Another beautiful Staffie, aged approx. 2 years old.

We rescued Tigger from the local council dog pound. Tigger is a confident young man, who just adores getting all the attention he can, he especially loves giving the staff and volunteers cuddles and kisses. Tigger knows some basic commands and is getting better on the lead, although he will benefit from some more training and patients in his new home.
Tigger is at the early stages of socialising with other dogs, and at this point he is getting long with some and not so much with others, a home where the owner already has a dog will not be ruled out, but the decision will ultimately be Tiggers.

If considering adopting Tigger, remember he is a strong young chap with lots of energy to burn, he loves his walks and lots of fuss and attention, but we are also sure you will have a great loving dog, who once he has burned some energy off will love to lay on the sofa beside you and settle for the evening.
If interested in offering Tigger his new forever home please visit the Centre during opening hours 12-4pm Tues - Sun.
Photos by Beth Ellis Photography

Adoption Procedure - Dogs

If you are looking to adopt a dog from the Rainbow Rehoming Centre please visit the centre where you can see all of the dogs that are in our care.  Our staff can help determine which is the right dog for you and your family.  

Next you will be required to fill out a booking form which is a series of questions to find out if you will be able to look after the dog for its lifetime.  Before any dog leaves the centre a home check is carried out to ensure you have a secure and loving environment for the dog.

Finally, our adoption fee is £100 This adoption fee covers the following:-

  • Worm and de-flea
  • Two vaccinations
  • Neutering
  • Micro chipping

Please Note:

When the Rainbow Rehoming Centre takes in an animal, whether it is a cat, dog, kitten or puppy it is with the intention of finding this animal its forever home. Our commitment to this animal is not temporary though, as even after adoption a Rainbow animal remains a 'Rainbow animal' for life. So if at any time after adoption, whether it is one week, one year or ten years and you find that you cannot take care of your Rainbow pet you must contact us at the centre and your pet will be returned into our care. Under no circumstances should a Rainbow animal be passed on.

If you have any questions regarding the welfare of your pet please contact the Rainbow Centre and we will be glad to help.


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