Are you looking to add a four-legged friend to your family? There are a variety of dogs waiting for their forever homes at Dogs Trust Evesham.

We’ve listed some of the dogs at the centre looking for new homes.

If you’re able to rehome one, you can find more details on the website.

The centre can also be helped via donations which can be made on the website’s support page.

6 dogs at Dogs Trust Evesham looking for new homes


Worcester News: GengarGengar (Image: Dogs Trust)

Gender – Male

Age – 10 months

Breed – Belgian Shepherd (Malinois)

Gengar would love to live in an active home which is adult only as he can be prone to mouthing people.

He’d like a family that will help him continue his training and he’ll need a garden with high fences as he can be prone to jumping the paddock fences at the centre.

Although Gengar would like to be the only dog in his new home, he would be able to have some walking friends.

See Gengar’s full profile here.


Worcester News: JackJack (Image: Dogs Trust)

Gender – Male

Age – 2 years

Breed – Labrador Cross

Jack is looking for a quiet but active home that is adult-only.

He needs to meet visitors before they come to his house as he can be nervous and a safe space for him to go when he has visitors round would be best.

Jack needs to be the only pet in the house but he can have walking friends.

He has mild hip dysplasia and has to do some physio exercises and he may need several visits from potential adopters so he can get used to them before heading to his new home.

See Jack’s full profile here.


Worcester News: BiggieBiggie (Image: Dogs Trust)

Gender – Male

Age – 2-5 years

Breed – German Shepherd Cross

Biggie is looking for an adult-only home with no visiting children as he gets excited and can jump up.

He needs a secure garden where he can play and he’ll need to be the only pet in the home but can have walking friends depending on mixes.

Biggie struggles to be on his own so the time he is left alone will need to be built up gradually.

See Biggie’s full profile here.


Worcester News: FigeroFigero (Image: Dogs Trust)

Gender – Male

Age – 1 year

Breed – Patterdale Terrier

Figero could live in a moderately busy home and he’s best suited to living with older teenagers although younger children visiting him would be okay.

He needs to be the only pet in his new home and he likes to keep his distance from other dogs when out on walks.

See Figero’s full profile here.


Worcester News: SammySammy (Image: Dogs Trust)

Gender – Male

Age – 10 months

Breed – Japanese Spitz Cross

Sammy could live in a moderately busy home with children of secondary school age.

He might be able to live with a confident/tolerant dog.

See Sammy’s full profile here.


Worcester News: NigelNigel (Image: Dogs Trust)

Gender – Male

Age – 6 years

Breed – Shih Tzu

See Nigel’s full profile here.

Nigel would like to live in a patient and quiet adult-only home with a secure garden.

He’ll need to have a safe space where he can go as he can struggle when he’s overhandled.

Nigel would prefer to be the only dog in his new home but he could have walking friends.