Four Puppies is available for Adoption



Tragically, 4,000,000-5,000,000 animals are destroyed each year in the U.S. That’s a shocking and little-known statistic.

As the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization, we continuously take animals out of harm’s way—whether it’s rescuing them from other shelters where they would be destroyed; pulling them out of national emergency areas, saving them from the perils of puppy mills and so many other places where they would be abused or euthanized.

1 – Eyka – 18 month old female Terrier Cross
If you would like to adopt or require any further information please email info@dogwatchuk.com or you can give one of us a ring – Katrina Wright – 0121 247 9572 Denise Boardman – 0121 242 0369 Jane Smith – 07914737993 We rehome across the UK!

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2 – Hank – 2-3 year old male Bichon Frise cross Poodle

If you would like to adopt or require any further information please email info@dogwatchuk.com or you can give one of us a ring – Katrina Wright – 0121 247 9572 Denise Boardman – 0121 242 0369 Jane Smith – 07914737993 We rehome across the UK!

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3 – Gretel – 3 year old female Dachshund
If you would like to adopt or require any further information please email info@dogwatchuk.com or you can give one of us a ring – Katrina Wright – 0121 247 9572 Denise Boardman – 0121 242 0369 Jane Smith – 07914737993 We rehome across the UK!

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4 – Pinky – 2 year old female Cross-Breed

For further details regarding adopting a dog from Suffolk Dog Rescue please email suffolkdogrescue@gmail.com (preferred method of first contact). We do answer telephone messages but not always straight away so please ensure your first point of contact is by email if you are interested in any dog. Suffolk Dog Rescue are a very small rescue based in Suffolk our dogs are mainly rescued from Europe out of kill shelters, they come with full EU passport with all up to date vaccinations and are neutered. All of our dogs are assessed and with good personalities and other dog friendly. We home check and all adopters must sign an adoption contract.


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