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7 dogs at Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary in need of forever homes


Oct 1, 2022

Here are seven dogs at the Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary looking for forever homes and how you can adopt them.

The sanctuary rehomes up to 500 animals every year and has found 27,000 animals a new home since it opened over 50 years ago.

If you think you would be able to rehome one of them go to the Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary website for more details.

You can also sponsor any of their animals or donate to the charity's vital work.

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Adopt a dog at Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary


Meet Banksy. Credit: Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary

Gender – Male

Age – 5 years old

Colour – White and black Crossbreed terrier

Banksy loves to play and be around people.

He would be best in a home where his owner is around most of the time and is free to take him on long walks.

Banksy is looking for a home without other pets and children that has a garden for him to play in.

He needs an owner who knows about resource guarding and you should only apply if you do understand what this behaviour means.

One of the sanctuary's behaviourists will be on hand to provide the lucky owner with support though.

Find out how to rehome Banksy.


Meet Reggie. Credit: Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary

Gender – Male

Age – 3 years old

Breed – German Shepherd

Reggie is an intelligent boy that loves his toys.

This adorable German Shepherd loves training, is already house trained and is non-destructive in the home

His new home should have a maximum of two people and shouldn't have any children or other pets.

There should also be a secure garden with 6ft fencing around.

His potential owner should be prepared to visit him up to 10 times before taking him home and should be experienced with dogs, especially large breeds.

Learn more about how to adopt Reggie.


Meet Milo. Credit: Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary

Gender – Male

Age – 2 years old

Breed – Crossbreed

This lovable pooch loves being around other dogs and learning new things.

Milo is looking for an owner that enjoys training and is willing to put in the hours with the Sanctuary team and behaviourist to help him settle and work through any issues.

He is looking to live in a quiet single-person household that doesn't have any pets, children or many visitors.

Milo would prefer to live in a rural area that features a secure garden with 6ft fencing all around.

Learn more about how to adopt Milo.

Archie & Lottie

Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary

Gender – Male and Female

Age – 4 and 6 years old

Breed – Shih-Tzu

These sweet Shih-Tzus are super friendly and are looking for a new home to call their own.

Archie and Lottie love people and the sanctuary says that they are great to walk and enjoy adventures.

These adorable pooches can live with children over the age of 10 and they are also house-trained and can be left alone at home for 3 hours at a time.

The dogs need regular grooming as well as to be in a home without any other pets with a private garden that has secure 4ft fencing all around.

Find out more about how to adopt Archie and Lottie.


Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary

Gender – Female

Age – 9 years old

Breed – Alaskan Malamute

Alaska is described as a "lovable and affectionate" dog once she gets to know you.

The Alaskan Malamute can live with children aged 14 and over and she is house-trained and non-destructive at home.

She walks beautifully and needs to be looked after by an owner with experience with large-breed dogs.

Alaska needs to be the only pet in the home, requires regular grooming and a home with a private garden with secure 6ft fencing all around.

Learn more about Alaska and how to adopt her.


Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary

Gender – Male

Age – 1 year old

Breed – Large Crossbeed

Described as "super smart and loves to learn", Jackson is looking for a forever home.

The really affectionate pooch adores playing with toys and is described by the sanctuary as "a sweet lad who will flourish in a home environment, given the right support and training".

He can live with children aged 14 and over and needs to live in a home without any other pets.

The sanctuary is also looking for potential owners that will be around a lot due to Jackson's separation anxiety and is understanding.

Learn more about how to adopt Jackson.