If you can't get enough of all things dogs, why not consider giving one from Saving Needy Dogs a forever home?

SN Dogs helps raise awareness and attends to the care of dogs while they wait to be reunited with their owners, sent to a rescue space, or be rehomed.

If you think you would be able to rehome one of them, go to the SN Dogs website for more details. 

You can also sponsor or foster any of their dogs or fundraise and donate to the charity's vital work.

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Adopt a dog from Saving Needy Dogs


This Is Wiltshire: Meet Mickey. Credit: SN DogsMeet Mickey. Credit: SN Dogs

Gender - Male

Age - Young adult

Breed - Crossbreed

Mickey is one of 5 siblings who were left behind after his owner died.

Saving Needy Dogs has already rehomed Polly, Barney and Arthur and Burtie is currently reserved.

All of the dogs have been a little shy, but the sanctuary says they are very sweet and loving.

Find out more about how to adopt Mickey.


This Is Wiltshire: Meet Jack. Credit: SNDogsMeet Jack. Credit: SNDogs

Gender - Male

Age - 5 years old

Breed - Bracco Italiano

Meet Jack - this adorable chap is not in great shape at the moment since he has been recently saved from a Spanish pound where he was sent to be killed after his owner died. 

Jack cannot live with small animals but is more than happy to live with other dogs and is good with children.

He walks well on the lead and enjoys walking and can manage about 45 minutes.

Find out more about how to adopt Jack.

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This Is Wiltshire: Meet Bill. Credit: SN DogsMeet Bill. Credit: SN Dogs

Gender - Male

Age - Not available

Breed - Spanish Jack Russell

This friendly and intelligent dog loves his chews, food and walks and is now looking for a forever home. 

Bill is a sociable dog that enjoys being out and gets on well with other dogs but also likes his own space. 

He prefers to be in his bed on the sofa alone but is happy to be picked up for a little fuss. 

His owner should know that he can be left at home for a little while and that he has lived with other dogs before.

Bill needs to be fed by himself for the time being since he's a little nervous around other dogs and his food.

He cannot live with cats, small furries or birds and shouldn't live with any children under 5.

Learn more about how to bring Bill home. 


This Is Wiltshire: Meet Gimli. Credit: S N DogsMeet Gimli. Credit: S N Dogs

Gender - Male

Age - 3 years old

Breed - Large crossbreed

Gimli is a gentle giant that is looking for a forever or foster home.

He loves to play with both humans and dogs.

After a failed adoption, Gimli has become reactive on walks so he needs a patient owner who can walk him away from heavy traffic and too many people.

He is fine to be left at home in an adult-only home.

Interested in rehoming Gimli? Find out more.


This Is Wiltshire: Meet Fluffy. Credit: SNDogsMeet Fluffy. Credit: SNDogs

Gender - Female

Age - Not available

Breed - Mixed breed

Fluffy is an adorable ball of fluff that suits her name looking for a forever home to call her own. 

Rescued from Turkey, she is now looking for a warm home, preferably with women since she gets scared fairly easily. 

Her new owner will need to be patient as she settles in but she has a very sweet nature so is worth the wait. 

Fluffy is looking to live with a calm dog or cat and while she is okay with children visiting, the sanctuary would prefer an adult-only home.

Find out more about how to adopt Fluffy.