Dogs in the Midlands


  • Black & Tan Smooth Haired Mini Dachshund
  • Age 5
  • Neutered
  • Lincolnshire
  • Adoption Fee £250

Zissou suffered from grade 5 ivdd in November. He is 6 weeks into crate rest. He does not have use of his back legs and is double incontinent. He is able to balance on his feet and will move his tail from side to side whilst up although is very wobbly and unable to take any steps.

Zissou is a loving dog, he adores those that he knows and loves to snuggle, he has a favourite blanket that he has made many head holes in to avoid him actually getting out from under. zissou doess suffer from a skin condition however this is currently manageable a home should be aware it may require vet intervention at times.

Zissou was an only dog however he has adapted well to living with 6 other daxies in his foster home. 

Zissou can be wary of people he doesn’t know and visitors to the home and will bark. If he is approached by a stranger in the home he can snap, however once he’s had a couple of treats he will love you forever. 

Zissou will need an adult only home who have experience of rehabilitation or who are willing to learn with help and support. He is happy to be left for up to 4 hours and is happy in his pen with his blanket. He would be okay in a home with a calm friendly dog however will not cope with a dog invading his space and pestering him. He does not like cats. 

Adoption fee for Zissou will be £250 The Red Foundation will cover all IVDD related costs including vets, hydro and physio and relating to his skin.

To apply for Zissou please email [email protected]

Neville – Potential home found

  • Isabella Smooth Haired Tweenie Dachshund
  • Age 3.5 years
  • Neutered
  • Northampton
  • Adoption Fee £350

Nevile is a loving little boy who loves those he knows, he has lots of energy and would benefit from an active family who can give him the long walks he loves. He loves snuggles and currently sleeps on the bed and loves nothing more than to slip under the duvet. He doesnt guard toys or food and currently lives with another dog. If he was to be rehomed with another dog this will need  to be a calm dog with a managed introduction. 

Neville is happy to be left for up to 4 hours. 

Neville had a tough start to life which has left him with some anxieties. He displays thes with reactiveness to strangers to the home and dogs on a walk. He will bark excessively at visitors initially and will then settle however he becomes unsettled again if they move about. He does not show aggression, however if this reactiveness is not managed there may be a potential this could escalate. On a walk he will bark at dogs until they are out of sight. 

Neville does not like cats and due to his reactiveness would not be suitable to be rehomed with children. 

Any potential home should quiet with minimal visitor and be fully expectant of his behaviours and be willing to work with these to ease his anxieties. On going behavioural support will be available to Neville’s adopters.

To apply for Neville please email [email protected]


  • Silver Dapple Smooth Haired Standard Dachshund
  • 5 Years Old
  • Litchfield
  • Neutered
  • Adoption Fee £250

Unfortunately Albee is looking for a new home due to a variety of personal reasons. Albee is reactive to dogs on walks, but manageable if he has space. He does not like strangers and will struggle with visitors. New owners will need to be willing to manage this.

Albee does live with a female dachshund and adores her after a slow and controlled introduction.

We are asking for a no children home, and a home with calm female dogs only may be suitable. Albee is fine to be left for up to 4 hours.

He is very affectionate to his owners and loves a cuddle.

To apply for Albee please email [email protected]


  • Nottinghamshire
  • 3yrs 11mths
  • Black & Tan, smooth
  • Tweenie
  • Neutered
  • Adoption Fee is £450

Jackson is a lovely, excitable, loyal boy who loves his long walks, sleeping and cuddles from his owners. He is crate trained, walks well on the lead and great outside of the home and can be left for up to 4 hours.

He is being rehomed for a number of reasons, one being that the family’s six month old baby has a health condition which is exacerbated by the dog. Jackson will also resource guard certain things that he sees as his possession; his people, food, toys, this has led to aggression and has bitten family members three times, when he was approached unexpectedly. He therefore cannot be around children and he needs a home where his resource guarding can be managed and worked on.

Jackson is currently an only dog and isn’t really interested in other dogs whilst out on walks, we therefore feel he could be an only dog but also with gentle introductions he may love to have a doggie pal. This would obviously require multiple meets and of course work and management of his resource guarding.

Requirements in a home:

  • Adults only home with minimal visitors
  • No children
  • No cats
  • Only dog or may be able to live with other dogs

If you feel that you can provide Jackson with his loving forever home and with the help of our behaviourists, work on his resource guarding, please email [email protected]


  • Derby
  • Chocolate, smooth
  • Mini
  • 11mths
  • Not neutered
  • Adoption fee £450

Eddie is being rehomed as his family situation has changed and he is now living with a small child, which is causing him and the child to become anxious. He also becomes very nervous when people visit the house and has tried to nip people. Although his family have tried working with behaviourists to calm him, they sadly feel that their home environment is no longer right for Eddie.

Eddie’s anxieties manifest outside of the house too when meeting other dogs, he will pull and bark so isn’t yet allowed off the lead. These are all things that can be worked on and with patience, consistency and help from our behaviour team help Eddie become the happy relaxed dog that he wants to be.

He is however, very loving with the people that he knows. Loves his cuddles and playing fetch. He is crate trained, toilet trained, lives with another miniature dachshund and can be left for 2-3 hours.

Requirements in a home:

  • Adults only home with minimal visitors
  • No children
  • No cats
  • Only dog or can live with other dogs

If you feel that you can provide Eddie with a calm and patient forever home and with the help of our behaviourists, work on his anxieties please email [email protected]


  • Nottingham
  • 2 years 11 months
  • Female, standard, smooth, black & tan
  • Not neutered
  • Adoption fee £450

Luna is a lovely little girl who loves nothing more than a play with her small dachshund friend, a lap to sit on with cuddles and kisses. She has only been in her current home for a month but is unfortunately becoming increasingly reactive towards the bigger dogs in the household and they are worried it will get worse especially with their elderly dog. She is very close to the resident miniature dachshund however and they play and sleep nicely together.

We are unsure of Luna’s previous life but it appears that she wasn’t socialised outside of the house and will need some lead work and also help with her reactivity towards other dogs. She can also be reactive to visitors to the house, barking and if given the opportunity will lunge but as far as we know she has never bitten.

Luna’s current home is just too busy for her, she is reactive to noise so a busy house with children just isn’t for her. She would suit a quiet home, where someone is home most of the day although she can settle for up to 3 hours if she has a doggy pal with her.

Luna’s home requirements are as follows:

  • Adult only home
  • Quiet, minimal visitors
  • 16+ dog savvy children only
  • Small dog
  • No cats

Luna needs a quiet adult only home. Someone who is patient and with the support of our behaviour team is willing to put in the work to help with her reactivity towards other dogs outside of the house and to visitors inside. 

To apply for Luna please email [email protected]

Sadie Sausage

  • Staffordshire
  • 2 years 3 months
  • Female, mini
  • Smooth, dapple (blk, brown, grey/silver)
  • Not neutered
  • Adoption fee £450

Sadie is a gorgeous girl who is absolutely full of love and happiest when she’s around her people, cuddling and she loves to play with old socks. She has had a bit of a rough start as was initially rehomed when her owner became very ill and she is now sadly being rehomed again as she has become frightened and nervous of the young baby in the house. This is causing her anxiety and she has also started fighting with the other dog in the house. She becomes nervous around children but has never bitten.

Sadie needs an adult only home, one that is quiet with minimal visitors, where she can get all the love and attention and be the princess that she deserves to be. 

Sadie has lived with another dog previously but not a lot is known about this, she also lived with cats who she liked to chase, she will normally pass by other dogs in the park if they ignore her but will bark if they bark at her first, otherwise she is very good on her walks. She is toilet trained, likes to sleep in her bed in her owners bedroom and has been left for up to four hours but probably prefers not to be left.

Sadie’s home requirements are as follows:

  • Adult only home
  • Possibly one person home
  • Quiet, minimal visitors
  • No children
  • No dogs
  • No cats 

Sadie is a special girl who would love to be the centre of someone’s world but will need time and patience to settle in and work on her anxieties. 

To apply for Sadie please email [email protected]


  • Herefordshire
  • 2 years
  • Male, miniature
  • Smooth, black and tan
  • Neutered
  • Adoption fee £350

Harley is being rehomed as he is unfortunately aggressive towards other dogs. He has always been reactive to dogs outside of the home and has been muzzled on walks due to this. More recently however he’s become aggressive towards the other male dogs in his home, a greyhound and a whippet but not towards the female whippet but his aggression towards the other dogs is causing her to become nervous.

Harley will resource guard food from dogs and people but this can be managed. He hasn’t really been around children but because of his resource guarding we would suggest dog savvy older teenage children only.

Harley is a loving, playful and active dog, who loves to run off the lead (with muzzle) in the park. He is loving towards humans, especially the ones that he knows. He is toilet trained, crate trained and loves a car journey, he can bark when things get a bit too noisy.

Harley’s home requirements are as follows:

  • Adult only home
  • Quiet, minimal visitors
  • 16+ dog savvy children only
  • No dogs
  • No cats

Harley needs a quiet home where he is the only dog and a home that can work on his reactivity towards other dogs outside of the home.

To apply for Harley please email [email protected]