Kysa – Rehomed

Meet Kysa, a very boisterous 14 month old Weimaraner.   His family have asked us to find a caring large dog experienced family simply due to his owner’s work commitments.

He will make a wonderful companion to any family who enjoy long walks in the countryside and who will take him to training classes.   A large securely enclosed  garden, where he can let off steam, is definitely desirable too.

Kysa loves people and other dogs but his new family will need to understand that he is still a “work in progress”.   He will not be rehomed to families with young children under 10 years of age as he could quite easily knock little ones over in his excitement to greet and play with them.

If you would like to meet Kyser please ring Pat on 07811404346


Dog Adoption FAQs

  1. Can I come and visit the dogs? We don’t have a ‘walk around’ centre so you will need to call or email us to let us know which dog you are interested in. Find the contact details for adoption on the right of this page.
  2. I’ve seen the dog I want, what next? Have a read of our adoption process for useful information and to make sure adopting a branch animal is right for you. Then get in touch to arrange to meet the dog you are interested in
  3. What is the adoption fee? The cost for adoption is from £150 for adult dogs and from £275 for puppies under 8 months of age, see the table above for what this includes.
  4. Where do you keep the dogs in branch care? Some dogs are fostered in various homes around Tameside and Glossop and others are in private boarding kennels.
  5. Can I make a financial donation to help branch dogs? Yes, you can donate directly to the branch by cheque or postal order, please send an email and we will gladly send you the correct address to send this type of donation to, or by cash at one of our collection days.

Good to know…

The branch will not rehome RSPCA dogs as guard dogs, thieves these days won’t hesitate to hurt a dog – please get a good burglar alarm instead.

Also, we will not allow our dogs to go to homes where they will live outside, as there is nothing so upsetting than to see a dog without human interaction, spending their days on the end of a chain or in a lonely kennel.

Unfortunately the branch cannot accept Staffordshire Bull terriers and their crosses directly from members of the public, only via RSPCA inspectors.

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