Here are the lurchers that Scruples are helping to rehome. This may be in conjunction with other rescues or private rehomings. Please initially fill in an online adoption application to offer to adopt any of the dogs you see below.
Boa is currently 24″ to the shoulder and is approximately 8 months old, so still growing. He is house-trained, good with children and enjoys the company of other dogs.
He is a very loving and active dog and loves to cuddle up on the sofa and bed with you though he is just as content to lie on a floor cushion big enough for him to fit on. He walks on the lead really well and has a good recall when off lead and is a very friendly boy. He also loves to give you kisses and mouths like any pup but with training he will grow out of this.
Boa is not in Scruples care but he is offered for adoption under a Scruples adoption contract and our normal homecheck and rehoming adoption donation will apply. He is microchipped and vaccinated.
He is currently in Lincolnshire.
This is Beau, a 4 year old, female white and brindle lurcher. Unfortunately, due to a change in circumstance, her current owner, who has had her since she was a puppy, has had to make the difficult decision to re-home her, though she will stay with her until a suitable new home is found.
Beau comes from working parents and has a strong prey drive and is agile enough to jump7-8ft fences. She has not spent a lot of time with children and, though she seems fine, she can get over excited and tends to mouth and jump up.
Beau likes to be top dog and is not always good with other dogs so would suit a home without other pets but where they have some experience of lurchers.
She is house-trained, neutered, micro-chipped and up to date with her vaccinations and currently living south of Aberdeen.
Arri is looking for an active pet home and would like an older girl friend to live with for company. He travels well and sleeps in his crate overnight. He is currently living with 3 other boys and a bitch and gets on well with them. He is clean in the house.
He has a high prey drive so cannot live with with cats or and small furry or feathered creatures. He is good on the lead after the initial excitement of going for a walk and his recall is improving all the time and he loves to run about off the lead.
He is good with other breeds of dog though a little wary/shy initially. He hasn’t met or lived with children & can be quite bouncy at times so would be better in a child free home or a home with older children (teenagers).
Arri loves his food and can be a bit of a thief! He is partial to fruit and veg. He is fed on a complete food at the moment.