In accordance with Government guidelines concerning Social interaction restrictions. We will be postponing all home visits for homechecks and Dog assessments to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Therefore we won't be taking on any new volunteers at the moment until further notice.
As an entirely volunteer run rescue we have not taken this decision lightly. However the health and well-being of our volunteers and supporters is very important to us.
Please be assured that whilst we are closed to the general public, we will be working extremely hard behind the scenes to maintain the high standard of care for our beloved Dogs to ensure they are safe, loved and will continue to be walked and well looked after at our kennels, and by our existing volunteers and foster carers. They will also continue to receive regular veterinary check ups and general health care. We will be back to normal service as soon as possible.
We hope you understand and continue to support us and our dogs in the difficult weeks ahead, as your continued support is vital to enable us to continue to care for our existing dogs as well as to save more in the hopefully near future.
Much love to you and your pets from all our volunteers and furry residents at ADDR. 🐾
Stay safe everyone. ❤️
Before applying to adopt one of our dogs can you please read
Adoption Process & Donations
Please can you give us as much details as possible about your life, children,
work commitments, other pets etc.
The adoption donation is £175 per dog - we will also provide a £50 contribution towards the neutering of puppies and any dog unable to be neutered prior to rehoming; this will be paid direct to the vet of your choice. The adoption donation helps us to provide the vet care and boarding the dog has while in our care and all dogs being rehomed will be neutered, vaccinated and microchipped.
We aim to contact you within 5 working days, at peak times it may take a little longer to reply but you will get a response. If you are interested in more than one dog please submit a separate enquiry form for each dog.
We now have co-ordinators covering the Lothians and Falkirk
areas and have volunteers all over Scotland.
We will re-home where possible anywhere in Scotland.
Disclaimer: We do not place our dogs in a foster home with any children under the age of 5 and we do not place our dogs in an adopted home with any children under the age of 8 due to the unknown history of the dog's life.
There may be exceptions dependent on if the dog’s history is known. We apologise for any disappointment or inconvenience.