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The Kennels

Meet some of our dogs looking for new homes.

Photos and a brief description of each dog are shown below. The website is updated daily however kennel records may be a few days behind a dog becoming available for adoption. You may find more up to date information on our Facebook page. If you plan to make a long journey to see a specific dog it is advisable to call to make sure the dog is still with us and available.

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FERGUS

Photo of Fergus the dog
 Breed  Sex  Age
 SBT  Male  10 years
 History and Recommendations

I am reserved pending introductions

Hello there please meet Fergus,

Fergus was found as a stray, and ended up in the pound. No one came forward to claim him back, and then he ended up looking for a home. Jacobs’s pound then took him into their care to help look for a rescue space, and then he found us.

Poor Fergus has been passed from pillar to post, so he is now looking for his forever home.

He enjoys going for a nice short walk in the park or round the block, but really enjoys cuddling up on a nice comfy armchair.

Fergus is looking for someone who will look after him as he does have thyroid problems and is on medication for this. He is really hoping that this doesn’t stop people wanting to meet him.

He can be very lively when he gets excited when he is playing with his toys, he will all of a sudden turn into a big puppy.


My Ideal Home

  • CAN LIVE WITH CHILDREN 15 YEARS AND OVER
  • CAN LIVE WITH FEMALE DOGS, PENDING INTRO
  • TO BE IN A CAT FREE HOME
  • SOMEONE TO BE ABLE TO AFFORD HIS THYROID TREATMENT


Photo of Fergus the dog


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LEYLA

Photo of Leyla the dog
 Breed  Sex  Age
 SBT  Female  20 months
 History and Recommendations
Hi there, I’m Leyla.

I was brought into HULA from another rescue called Jacobs Pound, I was found as a stray.

Photo of Leyla the dog
Although the staff don’t have any background history on me, they do know that I’m a sweet girl who loves being out and about.

Unfortunately no-one has taught me any manners, so I thought it was ok to jump up at people and pull them to where I want to go. I have leatnt a lot here, and of course have learnt it’s not ok to get my own way all the time. The staff say I have been doing so well with my training, but I still need to lean more, I can’t wait!

I’ve had an unlucky start to my life, but have heard that it can only get better. I even heard that I can live in a “house” which I have never lived before. It would be great to be able to see one, and even live in one, how amazing would that be!!!

I am not asking for much, just someone who will love me and in return I will give you all the love that I have XxxxX

My Ideal Home

  • CAN LIVE WITH CHILDREN 12 YEARS AND OVER
  • TO BE THE ONLY DOG IN THE HOUSEHOLD
  • TO BE IN A CAT FREE HOME
  • I WILL NEED SOMEONE AROUND FOR MOST OF THE DAY


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BARRY aka Bazza

Photo of Barry the dog
 Breed  Sex  Age
 Staffordshire Bull Terrier  Male  7 years
 History and Recommendations
Hi there guys, my name is Barry AKA Bazza. I certainly don’t look my age but I am only 7 years old, so I still have a lot of spring in my step!

I am still an active lad who is seeking a home where I can get daily walks and also lots of love. I was brought to HULA from “Jacobs Pound” as I had been straying, but the last time was unclaimed and now I have ended up looking for a new family and so here I am.

Photo of Barry the dog
Barry is walked with dogs, but doesn’t like them getting too close to him. Barry will need to go to training classes as he does need socializing around other dogs.

Barry is desperately looking for a new permanent and experienced family who will love him and his little ways and give him a loving forever home.

If you are ready for a loving friend why not ask the staff about Barry AKA Bazza. XxXx

My Ideal Home

  • CAN LIVE WITH CHILDREN 12 YEARS AND OVER
  • NEEDS TO BE THE ONLY DOG IN THE HOME
  • CAN BE LEFT 4-5 HOURS PROVIDING I HAVE BEEN WELL EXERCISED BEFORE
  • CANNOT LIVE WITHIN 5 MILES OF LUTON


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HONEY

Photo of Honey the dog
 Breed  Sex  Age
 Rottie Cross American Bull Dog  Female  15 months
 History and Recommendations

I am reserved pending introductions

Please meet Honey,

Honey is an oversized puppy, who just loves life.

Honey is nervous of meeting new people, but with a tasty treat she is your friend for life. She is looking for someone who will be happy to take her to training classes, as she does lack in manners. She has had some training here and loves it, so really enjoys getting her mind going. She is a little too clumsy to do dog agility or fly ball, but she will do her best to show off her other learning skills.

She is good with dogs, but does get over excited when playing. So will benefit living with a dog that is happy to tell her to calm down. She is looking to be in a cat free home.

She is also looking for someone who can be around most of the day at first as she does get bored after an hour or so. But this can be slowly built up so she can be left for longer periods. We would recommend when leaving her on her own to make sure she is well exercised and left with toys and games for her to do when she gets bored.

Could Honey be the fun going girl you have been looking for? XxxX

My Ideal Home

  • CAN LIVE WITH CHILDREN 16 YEARS AND OVER
  • CAN LIVE WITH MALE AND FEMALE DOGS – PENDING INTROS
  • CAT FREE HOME
  • CANNOT LIVE WITHIN 5 MILES OF CROWNHILL, MILTON KEYNES


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Special Thanks

Thank you to Bridget Davey Photography for many of the superb photographs featured on the HULA website.




Possi-bull?

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Are you thinking of adopting a rescue dog? If so please give consideration to the bullbreeds.

There are many good reasons for allowing one of these wonderful dogs into your life.

Click here to read just a few of them.



Pedigree logo
Our friends at Pedigree will be feeding all of the dogs in our care for 12 months. It’s part of their Feeding Brighter Futures campaign, which will see them pledge to feed 1 million meals to rescue dogs up and down the country.

The initiative will see the dogs here at HULA provided with the right nutrition they need to get them on the road to their new home – from wet and dry food for balanced daily meals, to care and treat items used as tools for behaviour training and improving issues such as poor oral hygiene.

To find out more about the campaign and learn about the difference good nutrition can make to rescue dogs like the ones here at HULA, visit www.pedigree.com/brighterfutures or www.facebook.com/wearefordogs

More information on our special partnership with Pedigree

Could you spare a few hours a month? Do you have experience with dogs? Why not consider becoming a volunteer dog walker?

More information


Could you help by sponsoring one of our animal beds?

More information



HULA provides rescue shelter for dogs given up for adoption

For information about the intake of dogs to HULA please read our page Relinquishing a pet.

Assessment

All incoming dogs are assessed by our staff, using nationally recognised standards. This, coupled with what we know of the dog’s history, means that the dogs can be graded, these gradings are used by our staff and volunteers to help them know how to handle each dog safely:

Management

Once the dogs have been assessed and graded, a careplan is put into operation. Some dogs need calming sessions and affection rather than long, energetic exercise sessions. Others need a disciplined approach to issues such as jumping, pulling or mouthing.

These requirements are displayed on their kennels, and the volunteer walkers put them into action. They record, on the daily sheets, the progress the dogs are making. Based on these reports the dogs’ level grading can be adjusted as appropriate. These sheets are displayed when the kennels are open for viewing, and visitors are encouraged to read them alongside the laminated pen-portraits of the dogs.


Some of our dogs are also featured on The Dog Rescue Pages


Weblink to Dogwatch Milton Keynes






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