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Ziggy needs sponsoring
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Gizmo gender Male breed Rottweiler X

Gizmo has been at Waggy Tails for a long time now and we still hope to find him a loving home but a large dog with a disability is not everyone's first choice. He is a gentle giant, with extremely limited sight, who nevertheless gets around very well and loves to play with his squeaky ball. He is a... read more

Lily gender Female breed Yorkshire Terrier

This miniature Yorkshire Terrier came into us aged 2 ½ because she was out of control: biting people and fighting with the other dog in the house. Unfortunately this behaviour can result from not being allowed to ‘be a dog’. She was carried everywhere, not taught to socialise, treated like a... read more

Milo gender Male breed Corgi Cross

Milo is a super little dog who needed a very special home. He is only a youngster but has suffered a slipped disc which has left his rear end paralysed. During the 16 months we looked after him, he had lots of physiotherapy and aquatherapy and regained the wag in his tail as well as a little... read more

Roman gender Male breed Pit Bull Terrier

Roman came in to us with two Staffordshires, they found new homes and he didn't. Why not? It's because he's classified as a Pit Bull Terrier and we are not allowed to rehome him. He is about 6 years old now and, in the time he has been with us, he has shown himself to be an affectionate and... read more

Ziggy gender Male breed Shih Tzu

A 12 year old (in 2014) Shih Tzu who came to Waggy Tails suffering very poor sight. He needs daily ointment as his eyes are so dry but he is very co-operative when having it done. Ziggy doesn't let his problem worry him and loves playing football. ... read more

Mickey gender Male breed Terrier Cross

Mickey came to WTR about 3 years ago. He had been owned and loved by a young family. When the baby came along, unfortunately Mickey took second place so to compensate and get attention, he started to lick and bite himself. When he arrived at Waggy Tails his thigh, paws and legs on one side were... read more