Three lovely pooches, currently in the care of Animal Rescue Cumbria, are ready for rehoming. Are you ready to meet them?

Animal Rescue Cumbria and The Wainwright Shelter take in, rehabilitate and rehome 350 cats and dogs every year. Once a dog has been assessed by the animal care team, they can be advertised for adoption.

These beautiful dogs are ready to find their forever families…

SCOOBY is a large cross breed estimated to be between 10 and 12 months old.

The Mail:

He is described as a ‘very friendly’ and happy boy who loves to be around people and needs a home with a secure garden.

Animal Rescue Cumbria said: “As Scooby is boisterous and sometimes forgets his size he would be best where there are no children.”

He would love his new people to be around lots of the time to help him settle in and needs a family who will continue his training.

Scooby is strong on lead and can jump up at times but he could live with young people over the age of 16.


POPPY is a Border Collie and Staffie dog mix, estimated to be about six months old.

The Mail:

She is described as a very sweet girl who loves to be with people, she is full of energy and very active.

Poppy is looking for a new owner who can carry on her training, and would like to find would like an active home where she is with her family most of the time.

Due to her being so bouncy, she would be best suited to a home where there are no cats, small furies or young children under 16 years old.

Poppy would also like a home where there is a secure garden .


REGGIE is a six month old Foxhound cross.

The Mail:

He is looking for an active family who can include him on all of their adventures.

Animal Rescue Cumbria said: “Reggie is a young boy who will need consistent training to guide him through the rest of puppyhood.”

“Reggie could also live with children over the age of 10. He has previously lived with young children and although he was good with them, he tends to forget he is not as small as he thinks he is!”

He could potentially live on his own or with another confident dog, if introduced correctly.

Due to being a hound, he will need an active lifestyle and to be kept occupied mentally, as well as physically. He will need a secure garden to explore in.


If you think you could offer one of these gorgeous dogs the forever home they deserve, please fill out an adoption enquiry form for Animal Rescue Cumbria.

Include as much information about yourself, your experience and your previous pets, as possible.