To feed and care for a rescued dog and provide all necessary veterinary treatments

(including neutering), costs an average of £400 before we can find a suitable home.

We therefore ask adopters for a minimum donation of £325 towards this expense.

 

Below you can see the dogs currently available for rehoming.

If you live in the Norfolk area and are interested in giving a rescued dog

a loving home please fill out our Dog Adoption Form

If we have a dog that is a good match for you we

will be happy to arrange for you to come in to meet the dog. 

We will hold these details for three months in case a suitable dog

should come along.

If you can no longer look after your dog, or you have found one that

is injured or stray, please call 01603 736200

(This is a 24 hour line in case of emergencies)

 

Page last updated: 4th August 2022

 

 

Rehoming Guidelines

Puppies can be re-homed with families providing any children are over 10 years old.

Adult dogs can be re-homed with families providing any children are over 8 years old.

We carry out home checks on all potential adopters.

We prefer dogs to be re-homed where someone is at home for most of the day
or where there is another dog at home for company.

All dogs must live in the home as a family pet, not kept outside

Dogs will not be used as gun or hunting dogs
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The following dogs have been found loving homes since
Hillside Dog Rescue was set up in March 2010







































































































































































































































































































Rehoming Guidelines

Puppies can be re-homed with families providing any children are over 10 years old.

Adult dogs can be re-homed with families providing any children are over 8 years old.

We carry out home checks on all potential adopters.

We prefer dogs to be re-homed where someone is at home for most of the day
or where there is another dog at home for company.

All dogs must live in the home as a family pet, not kept outside

Dogs will not be used as gun or hunting dogs

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