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Here are some of the wonderful Airedales we have found loving homes for over the past few years.
Each time we find a new home then we will attach a picture of them for you to see (subject to permission).
If anyone has opened their hearts and homes and adopted an Airedale and would like a picture included in our gallery, then please email your picture and some text to: email@example.com and we will be pleased to include your beloved Airedale in our gallery.
Arthur is still a junior and was bought as a puppy without too much research of our breed being undertaken.
As he grew it became apparent he needed a lot of time, space and activities.
In his new forever home he has all these things including many acres of land secure for a nosy Airedale.
As soon as he arrived at his new home he checked out all the rooms and decided on his bedroom !!
Bruce was spending too much time on his own and needed a more active life.
He has recently gone to join Reggie who was grieving the loss of his Airedale friend.
Latest reports are all good.
Reggie is now happy again and Bruce is happy to have a more active life with his new pal Reggie.
Hello all – please say hello to Keith!
Keith has settled into his new airebear home on the South Downs with an older airebear girlie ( Maddie ) who was looking for a new companion.
He has quickly settled in and he is now inseparable now from Maddie. Keith is a lovely boy, gets excited about his walks and loves a cuddle and bitey play with Maddie.
We could not have picked a better bear, we are blessed with Keith!
This youngster was more than a handful for his first time Airedale owners.
He is now living with a couple who have experienced owning strong willed Airedales before.
He is having a lot of daily consistent training and is slowly improving.
Quite a challenge for his new owners but given time he is turning out to be a very well behaved boy.
We have slowly taken Daisy into our family but it was almost instant trust with Daisy to us.
Her character is now coming out. She does not like her back feet touched but has gradually come to accept it, she moans and groans but puts up with me washing her paws.She is actually hilarious in that she makes a low rumbling noise, not a growl, but a noise of displeasure and usually finishes off with a high pitch bark which always makes me jump.
When she finally escapes she rushes back to give very big kisses and there is no escape!!
Daisy is a kind and gentle soul, exceptionally affectionate and clownish.What I would call a true Airedale.
In four weeks Henry has settled in very well.
He’s learnt to jump in the car, sits and waits for his food and to have his lead put on.He enjoys his walks and loves his bed.
Being a youngster he likes a game of mouthy rough and tumble but will stop when asked eventually. He loved running around in the snow and we are already planning our holidays with him.
Henry has put the smiles back on our faces.
Arthur is now living “the life” in the Midlands.
His new owners have a large family with many adult children coming and going.Arthur just loves all the activity!!
Here he is at Christmas being a “reindale” and joining in all the family fun…… enjoy your new life Arthur.
Peggy was a bit lost when her owner passed away.
The family soon contacted Airedale Rescue and within days Peggy was on her way to a lovely couple who have had an Airedale girlie from us before.
Peggy is only young and is now in her forever home.
Lottie has moved to the North West and is living just minutes away from the beach.
She has gone to live with Stanley,a Welsh Terrier.These past few months they have become the best of pals.They have been on many motorhome holidays exploring some wonderful locations in the U.K.
Best Wishes, Lottie, in your new life.
Hazel is living the life by the sea in Cornwall.
This is a quote out of her diary:”Today in my garden I found a baby bird who lives in one of my trees.Because we have so many cats that surround us I am constantly on patrol.I wagged my tail and protected the little bird until it’s Mother came and showed her the way home.”
My Mum and Dad are really proud of me.
Good luck girlie in your new life.
Agatha has started a new chapter in her life. She has not just moved into one home but two!!
She is based in the home counties but gets very excited when the car is being packed with her bed,toys etc as she then knows they are heading for her other home in the Lake District where she enjoys the long country walks.
Here she is happily playing in one of her gardens.
Good luck girlie in your new life.
Youngster Hamish is settling in really well to his new home.
His new owners say: “He is learning the command drop and leave, so far less chewing, his mouthing is still work in progress but is greatly improved.
He is now going to a doggy class to socialise with other dogs as living in the country as living in the country he doesn’t meet too many other dogs when we are out walking.
Hamish is such an intelligent boy we have decided to work towards his K.C. bronze award”.
Hello! My name is Billy. My new home is in West Cornwall and since I arrived I have been enjoying getting to know everyone in the village.I really love meeting and greeting people and I am extremely popular with our neighbours.Everyone tells me just how handsome I am!!
I am learning to come back when I am called (I’m getting much better at this) and to be friendly to other dogs who I meet when on the lead. My new family describe this as “work in progress”.
Mungo settled into his new Gloucestershire home within a few days.
His new owners say “ He loves having a field to call his very own. We are a very dog friendly village and there is never a time when he doesn’t have a new friend or two around for a play date”
We wish Mungo all the best for a long and happy life in his new home.
After change of work styles to much longer hours, Seamus’s owners made the hard decision to find him a new home as he was ‘home alone’ for far too long.
He made a very long journey down to Avon & Somerset. Seamus then left immediately for a booked holiday in Dorset.
The picture of Seamus shows him striding out heading for the beach on his first holidays.
Ill health of his owners was the reason of Rex’s move to his new home.
He is well settled with an Airedale couple who live only a few steps away from the sea in Somerset.
He is throughly enjoying his new routine of morning walks along the prom.
Youngster Florence was not as good at recall as her first time Airedale owner expected her to be even after a lot of training.
Florence now lives with an Airedale couple who have experienced several “independent” Airedales before.
Florence’s past owner and her new owners have become good friends and keep in touch.
During his life Harvey has lived with several family members until it was decided he needed a stable home with someone around most of the time.
Harvey is now settling to life in Cornwall.He is well known in the village pub and enjoys his morning walks along the beach.
His new first time Airedale owners say “he is a dream to own”
Anna is a senior and because both her owners had ill health they were unable to continue to look after her.
Anna has gone to live with a lady on her own in West Yorkshire who recently lost an Airedale.
Anna’s previous owners have regular updates either from her new owner or from Airedale Rescue.
Obi moved into his new rural Gloucestershire home some time ago now.
His new owners say ”this gentleman is still the most energetic and playful Airedale we have ever had.Together with his sweet temperament we think he is the best Airedale boy ever“
We wish Obi every happiness in his new home.
Junior Murphy has just started a new chapter in his life.
Due to change of work styles Murphy’s owners just could not give him the time and training required for a young dog.
Murphy is now living the rural life in Shropshire and as you can see from his picture he has soon made himself at home.
Due to family change of circumstances Taylor found herself looking for a new and more active home.
She is now settling in well with her new family.As first time Airedalers they have had quite a few things to learn about her and some of her determined ways.
The whole family are looking forward to Christmas and seeing her open all the presents they have bought her.
These are a few words from Esme’s new owners.
We were over the moon to hear that we were about to adopt an Airedale from Lynda. Esme is a gorgeous,delightful and full of bounce and fun.
She loves chasing squirrels and pheasants and has her nose to the ground while hunting them out.She is also determined to get the mole which has decided to make it’s mark along our hedgerow.
One week has flown by and she is now very much part of our family with our grandson loving her to bits and this is reciprocated. Esme means “Beloved“- what more can one say.
Youngster Lucy has soon settled in with her new family.
This girlie now has two homes!! Her main home is in the North of England but she also has a seaside holiday home. This is where she loves her beach walks and enjoys meeting lots of new doggy friends.
Here she is relaxing on her deck after a busy morning chasing seagulls.
Oscar has recently moved further along the South coast and is enjoying his new seaside home.
Oscar loves swimming so he will be in his element.
His new owners lost their beloved Airedale boy at the beginning of this year and thought now was the right time to start again.
They say “ Oscar is such a good boy!! Many many thanks Lynda for making our house a home again.He has brought it back to life and we love him to bits.”
Bella is settling in well with her new friend Airedale Rufus. Here is a rare picture of them sitting quietly; Bella is on the left and Rufus is on the right.
They are enjoying lots of bitey face games and chasing around the garden and paddock.
Bella has more than a passing interest in flies,bees,wasps,birds,rabbits and squirrels in fact anything that moves faster than her !!
Dixie has moved to the country and she is loving it !!
She is enjoying the company of an Airedale boy, bossing him about a bit so at the moment he is keeping out of her way.
Dixie loves being in the car either just sitting in the front seat going nowhere or setting off on a journey with her new owners.
Finally this week Dixie and her new Airedale boy friend are getting on well.
After losing their eleven year old Airedale boy a few months ago Bertie’s new owners thought they would like to take a look at rescuing an Airedale before they committed to buying a puppy.
Fortunately for them in the same week they contacted us, Bertie came along and was a perfect match for their situation.
Here he is exploring his new garden. Tennis balls, footballs and especially rugby balls which are his favourite.
Best wishes for Bertie now starting a new life.
A few words from William’s new owner:-
“ He is a fantastic dog and although he has only been with us for a month he has settled in very quickly despite everything so new and different for him.
He has come from his solitary life to live in our busy family home with lots of comings and goings and has coped very well.
He is very affectionate and playful and a joy to have around.
We are very grateful to Airedale Rescue for rehoming William to us. Thank you Lynda”.
Topsy has headed to the North East of England.
She has recently joined Airedale Frank who is one of the most laid back Airedales ever!
Topsy’s new owner says she is a dream, Frank loves her and so do we. She follows her everywhere and behind her is Frank who doesn’t want to let her out of his sight.
Her new owner says “ thank you Lynda so much for allowing us to adopt her”
Here are a few words from George’s new owner.
George AKA is a huge teddybear of a boydale and for me it really was love at first sight.He took a couple of nights to settle in so a homeopathic remedy was given to him on night three and we have never looked back since.He is a true clown,a tea leaf through and through … “if you cruise … you will lose” is his mantra. He likes burying things in our gravel and often appears bounding happily with a chew he has rediscovered.
In the garden and out and about George comes back only when he is ready,if he feels like it and the day doesn’t have a “y” in it,he just looks at me and says “ chase me!!”. George is my seventh Airedale so I simply reply;”bye bye!!” He walks brilliantly on the lead and is friendly with other dogs he meets on our local beaches.
In our nearby forest he is a bold explorer and such a good walking buddy always keeping his eye out for birds and deer to chase. However he often feels somewhat bemused that I don’t keep up with him. At home he is a great companion and will sit patiently without a hint of a scrounge in a tearooms;he really is my perfect man, my Georgie Best !!
After a property downsize and a greatly reduced outside area to run around in Jas became at odds with the rescue dog she shared her life with. It was with a heavy heart that her owner came to the decision to find Jas a new home.
Jas is now starting her new life as an only dog. She is enjoying all the one to one attention and is much happier now she has a big garden all to herself.
Here she is enjoying her very own armchair.
Stanley has moved to Essex.
He is a big strong boy but a gentle giant with children.
He is now getting into the daily routine of three walks a day through woodlands and into a park with a dedicated enclosed dog play area.
Stanley is enjoying meeting new doggy friends and playing with his new squeaky toys.
Sapphire is another youngster who was getting far too big and strong for her owners who had not had a puppy for some years.
Sapphire has gone to live in the Shropshire countryside where she has a large garden to race around in. In addition her new owners like nothing better than to take Sapphire on lots of country walks which are on their doorstep.
Airedale Rescue wish Sapphire and her new owners many happy years of fun together.
Puppy Jasper was just too boisterous and mouthy for first time Airedalers to cope with.
Jasper is now living with a family who lost their Airedale last year and have the time to manage him.
He will soon be getting him own passport as his owners intend to take him aboard with them for the Summer just as they did with their previous boy.
Due to new work commitments and restrictions it was with a heavy heart that Max’s owners contacted Airedale Rescue asking us to find him a new home.
Max is such a good boy, loving and friendly with all.It only took one phone call and Max’s new home was waiting for him.
Max is the fifth Airedale that his new owners have owned and they are very pleased to welcome him into their home.
This youngster was just too much of a boisterous puppy for a family with two young children.
Two weeks ago Gertie went to live in the beautiful Cotswolds with another re homer of ours called Gelert.
These two have instantly become the best of friends and chase and play bitey face all day long.
Airedale Rescue wish them both and their family many happy years ahead.
Tess lived on the South coast near to the sea but because of her owners health issues it was thought that Tess would be better off with a couple who could walk her everyday and have the space for her to run free; something which she loved doing on the beach.
Airedale Rescue have found her a wonderful new home with first time Airedalers who live close to a beach.
So Tess has moved from a South coast beach to a West country beach and is in her element.
Basil has only just started his new life in Derbyshire,a long way from his original home in the South of England.
For his new owners he is their third Airedale boy with a name beginning with “B”
So when they had a call from Airedale Rescue they knew he would be a perfect fit for their family.
Unfortunately a member of Angus’s family has health issues. It was thought the best situation for Angus would be to find him a new home with a family who could give him more time and exercise.
Angus is now living in a sleepy Suffolk village with a family and another rescue dog.
He has settled in very well and is starting to enjoy having another dog around to play with.
As a puppy Rufus went to live with a busy family who had two other resident dogs.It was not long before Rufus and the other male dog were not seeing “ eye to eye”. As time passed the situation only got worse.
With a heavy heart his owners asked us to find a quieter situation for Rufus where he could be the only dog.
He is settling in really well and his new owners say he is a loving boy and is appreciating having all the attention.
Through change of family circumstances Baxter found himself looking for a new home just before Christmas.
He is now living the country life in Gloucestershire.
His new owners have told me it is going to be a very happy New Year having an Airedale back in our lives.
They are looking forward to the Spring and getting out and about with their new “Bear”
Lulu was looking for a new home after her elderly owners could not cope.
Lulu has had a few litters of puppies, she is very patient and a very sweet girlie.
She is now in retirement with an Airedale couple who always love welcoming Airedale girlies into their lives.
Youngster Millie was a problem girlie and couldn’t be trusted.
She arrived in her new home just days before Christmas. Two weeks on she has not put a paw wrong !!
Early days but we have given her “ another chance “ with someone who has experienced naughty Airedales before.
Monty is ten months old and our first Airedale.
We have had exemplary support from Lynda at Airedale Rescue and feel so lucky to have been able to give this boy a home.
Monty is full of energy,loves everyone and adores his daily walks. We seldom return without having had a good laugh at his playful antics and affectionate nature.
Hello, I am Zoe.
I arrived at my new home some four weeks ago. My new owners lost their previous girlie at 13 years old and are so very happy to have me.
I am very young and I am keeping them on their toes.
Besides this new home with a lovely new comfy bed I also have another comfy bed on their narrowboat.This is me on the canal boat.
I like my busy new life.
Thank you Lynda.
Because of illness George’s owner very reluctantly approached us to find him the perfect new home, and this we have done !!
George has crossed the country going from West to East and has quickly settled in with his new Airedale family.
We shall always be in touch with his previous owner giving her updates and pictures whenever she wants.
Indie was very sad when she lost her elderly owner earlier this year.
She had help and support during this difficult time from some lovely Airedalers.
Airedale rescue was asked if we could find her a loving home, which we quickly did. Here are a few words from her new owners:-
‘Sweet gentle natured Indie has come to live with us in Devon after her previous owner died. We have never been Airedale owners before but are now totally smitten !!
She is very affectionate, loves playing “fetch”, she makes us laugh and loves running around the fields with her new doggy friends.
In such a short space of time we can’t imagine life without her now’.
Due to increased family commitments Raphie found herself looking for a new home.
We have placed her with Mr. Rex a previous A.R. re-homer whose owner contacted us saying she felt Mr. Rex would love a friend to come and live with him as they had recently lost the beautiful Miss Maddy and Mr. Rex was missing her so much.
Here they are, Raphie on the right and laid back Mr. Rex on the left…
Jeremy moves from the South coast to the Cornish coast.
Jeremy just loves running free on the beach. He has started a new chapter in his life but he still runs free everyday on a sandy beach.
You can tell from his picture just what a happy youngster he is.
Good luck Jeremy in your wonderful new home.
Pippa was just too time consuming and boisterous for her owner.
As a youngster she has endless energy and it was agreed that she would love a life with another Airedale of a similar age.
Pippa is now down in Cornwall living the country life with her new Airedale friend Chester.
Right form the start they hit it off at a running speed !!
Life is now one round of bitey face games charging in and out of the garden.
They have very quickly become inseperable.
Their new owners sometimes find it hard to tell them apart.
Enjoy your new life Pippa.
Jessie moves to the North Yorkshire Moors.
She is settling in well with her new Fox Terrier friend Channer.
They love nothing more than being out and about and chasing rabbits.
Back to her Airedale roots for Jessie !!
Junior Ruby has just started a new chapter in her life.
Due to personal circumstances Ruby’s owners could no longer give her the life that they wanted for her.
This past week Ruby has moved to the beautiful Northumberland countryside.
She has gone to live with an active family, with lots of comings and goings.
So never a dull moment ahead for Ruby girl.
Here she is, crashed out after a busy day.
Happy times ahead Ruby !!
Dolly was a very much loved family pet but due to her owners health issues it was felt that Dolly needed a new home where someone was at home all day.
Dolly also needed a garden to call her own, somewhere she could spend time just sitting out and enjoying the countryside.
Picture of Dolly now in her new home and enjoying her wonderful garden.
Due to Rafferty’s owner working long hours he was spending far too much time on his own.
With a heavy heart his owner decided because of Rafferty’s love of people that he needed a new home where people were around during the day.
Last week Rafferty moved from the coast to the country.
His new owners are retired, love working in their large garden and are very pleased to have welcomed a new Airedale boy into their lives.
No doubt he will be a big help when it comes to digging !!
Junior Rue joins Max.
Rue’s owner was finding it difficult to manage an educational course and train an Airedale at the same time.
Junior Rue is now settling into life with her new playmate Max.
Together they attend weekly training classes. Max as the senior is a few classes ahead of Rue but I’m sure she will be fast to learn and soon catch him up !!!
Good luck Rue.
Because of change of circumstances Daisy was looking for a new home.
After a meet up before Christmas with her new family and her new to be Airedale friend, Daisy had to wait a while until just before the New Year before moving on.
She is now in her forever home, enjoying geting to know her new Airedale boy chum …
Happy days ahead !!!
Because of family health issues junior Dylan found himself looking for a new forever home.
He is now settling very well into Derbyshire country life.
His new family are thrilled with him as is Toby their rescue Lakie x.
Dylan and Toby are fast becoming the best of friends.
Lots of fun and playtime ahead.
Good luck Dylan from Airedale Rescue.
Due to his owners change of circumstances Teddy found himself looking for a new home.
He’s the second Airedale called Teddy for his new owners, they are feeding him on good quality four small meals a day as he is on the thin side, otherwise he is a fit and healthy boy just waiting to start his new life.
Here he is exploring his new garden.
Good luck Teddy !!
Cassie is a wayward teenager and had far too much energy and too many demanding ways for her previous owners.
Cassie’s new owners have experienced quite a few Airedale rescue dogs in the past that have been difficult.
Cassie is a 14 month old (challenging Airedale). Her new owners are successfully training her in manners and good behaviour.
What a gorgeous and cheeky looking girlie she is!!
Due to the demands of moving to a new house and coping with a young child, Molly’s owners made the difficult decision to re-home her. They wanted her to be re-homed to someone who could give her the attention and exercise that she deserved.
Here is she at the beauty parlour looking very smart after moving to her new home. She is now ready to greet the world and exercise along the beaches of East Yorkshire.
Over the weekend of his 4th birthday, Billy moved from the North of England to the South. He was part of a large family full of young children but he no longer fitted into their life style.
He is now enjoying life in the country and having lots of attention and country walks.
His new owners say that he is a very happy boy . Their comment is ‘Billy is the third Airedale we have owned but the first that loves cuddles and insists on sitting on our laps whether we want his attention of not!!’
Happy days ahead Billy Boy.
Change of circumstances to Tilly’s previous owners found her after eight years looking for a new home.
Last week-end Tilly travelled to the Peak Dirstrict of Derbyshire to start her new life.
She has settled in very quickly and no doubt will enjoy the constant company of her newly retired owner.
Picture of Tilly enjoying a treat in her new garden.
Good luck girlie !!
An Airedaler on our waiting list in Co. Cork made the long journey to Co.Tyrone and was accepted by Mid Ulster Dog Rehoming Centre to become Suzy’s new owner.
We are pleased to hear that she has settled and is enjoying all the attentions of family life.
Good luck Suzy in your forever home.
We are pleased to have helped Limerick Animal Welfare Centre find 10yr old Ted a new home. See more information on ( www.limerickanimalwelfare )
He has settled in well at his new home in Co. Cork. His new owner says ” Ted is either asleep snoring or looking for more food to fill that large frame of his ”
Good luck Ted in your forever home.
Cleo is settling into her new home.
She is a gentle girlie and a little timid at the moment with all the changes in her life.
Given time, we have no doubt she will blossom again and enjoy the one to one company of her retired owners.
We re-homed Moss some time ago now but recently his owner contacted us and would like us to know that he has turned out to be a wonderful companion.
He now “works for his daily bread ” alongside his new owner who is a professional landscape gardener.
Here he is having fun with his best four legged friend.
Robbie was surrendered by his owner to a Council pound in Northern Ireland.
Maggie at Causeway Coast Dog Rescue (www.causewaycoastdogrescue.org) a good friend of Airedale Rescue took him in and got him out of the Council pound.
Maggie had him health checked,neutured, vaccinated and chipped.
When he was ready for a new home, he went to a lovely couple on Airedale Rescue’s waiting list.
Here he is settling in.
Bertie was in a poor condition when surrendered to Airedale Rescue. A lovely gentle boy but his previous owner had neglected him and let him down.
Bertie is now enjoying life with his new family after excellent veterinary care and lots of good food and TLC.
The bald patches on his body are now growing hair so in no time at all his previous life of neglect will be behind him.
Good luck Bertie, you deserve it.
Cassie found herself looking for a new home after the sudden death of her owner.
She is now with a couple who haven’t had an Airedale in their lives for the past ten years but the time was right.
They have recently moved to the south coast and have lots of free time to show Cassie the wonderful beaches nearby.
Here is Cassie surveying her lovely big garden – what a lucky girl she is!!!
The circumstances of two year old Toby’s owners changed and he was spending far too much time at home alone so they reluctantly contacted Airedale Rescue to find a loving home for him.
His new owners say “Toby is like an old shoe. It’s as if we have had him for ever”.
Toby is now the centre of attention in a busy family home and he is loving it !!!
Due to a change of circumstances Dexter found himself looking for a new home. He has some health issues some of which will require ongoing treatment.
Airedale Rescue are helping the new owners financialy with the hefty costs, and we are pleased to say he is making great progress and hopefully will soon no longer be under Veterinary treatment.
Quote from his new owners;
“We are amazed how quickly Dexter has settled in and got used to our routine.
After not having had an Airedale for five years he has brought immense joy back into our lives. We love him to bits and Dexter, we feel, is very happy to be with us.
Thank you Lynda and Airedale Rescue for bringing us together.”
Maya has settled very quickly into her new home. For her new owners she is their fifth Airedale.
She has already enjoyed an overnight stay at a dog friendly Inn. She loves her four walks a day and is friendly with all dogs large and small.
She does have a tactic for stopping dogs running ahead of her; she nips their legs on passing and then takes the lead !!!
Junior Reilly has moved North. Here are a few words from his new owners;
After a long break without an Airedale, we are now the proud owners of youngster Reilly.
He is enjoying life in Cheshire with lots of long walks along the canal towpath. His favourite game is playing football and we are all enjoying joining in.
We are so pleased to have been given the chance to adopt him. He is now in his forever home.
Holly, 15 months old, had far to much energy for her lovely retired owners.
Two weeks ago she started a new chapter in her life in Hampshire.
Ahead of her is a life af activity and fun…fun…fun…!!!
Holly has already settled in and her new owners feel they have had her forever.
Good luck Holly, enjoy your new life.
Junior Izzy has moved to the North West.
Due to her owners work commitments Izzy was spending far to much time on her own, with great sadness they surrendered her.
It only took Izzy a few days to settle into her new life. She is now enjoying one to one attention from her new owner who says ” Izzy is just wonderful in every way, when meeting new people out on our walks I introduce her as Lady Isobella I think it suits her ”
Good luck Izzy I think you have landed on all four paws !!!
Lucky Max has got a playmate !!
Junior Max has made it to his new beachside home just in time for Christmas.
He has gone to live with youngster Alfie a Standard Poodle.
Early days yet, but all is going well so far.
Junior Mickey is a lucky boy. He has gone to live on the South coast with lots of lovely coastal path walks on his doorstep and plenty of beach fun in the Winter.
Hi Harry here,
I was very anxious on my way to my new home but wow!!
I’ve arrived and it’s the best place ever. I am so very happy with my new life and my wonderful new family.
Thank you Lynda for finding me such a lovely new home…
Alice – Before
Alice was some hairy teddy bear before Airedale Rescue arranged for a trip to the beauty parlour !!
Alice – After
Here is Alice with her new owner, after lots of pampering looking and feeling so much better.
She is now living a quiet country life in Mid Wales. She is a home loving sort of girl and likes to stay close to her new owner and within her country garden.
Youngster Frankie was proving just to much for his elderly owners, who couldn’t give him the time required for an energetic and enthusiastic ten month old.
He has gone to live in a wonderful woodland enviroment in Scotland and joins Airedale Rosa who is now his new big grown up “sister”. She is showing him all the fantastic forest walks and streams to splash around in.
Lots of muddy paws !!
This is Frankie after his first hair trim looking very smart and all grown up.
Flo has gone to live in The Garden of England.
She is loving having so many sandy beaches to call her own front garden.
Her new home is close to the promenade and Flo can watch the sea from her window.
What a lucky girl she is.
Gelert and his owner recently moved to Wales but because of increased work commitments, Gelert was spending far too much time on his own for a junior.
His owner was very sad to see Gelert move on to a new life but in his own words ” I must let my beautiful boy go to someone who can give him the time and attention that he needs to live a full and active life which he so deserves”.
Gelert has moved to the Cotswolds into a family life. His new owners are new to our beloved breed but are very willing and able to learn all about the needs and patience of a boisterous young Airedale.
They are looking forward to enrolling him into an agility club; something I think he will enjoy and excel at.
They already know the comfort an Airedale likes – look at his new bed!!
Eddie an Airedale mix Irish went a few weeks ago to live with Muffin a Chocolate Labrador girlie…
They have just returned from their holidays in Cornwall where they had a fantastic time getting to know each other.
Here they are taking a breather before more beach fun and games !!
Good luck Eddie from all at Airedale Rescue and we hope you have lots more caravanning holidays together.
Hank’s frail owner could no longer look after him so he was placed in kennels. Airedale Rescue were contacted and Lynda made a trip to see 6 year old Hank at the kennels.
What a friendly dog – a bit mouthy and very excitable at seeing someone new. He is a strong dog but through lack of exercise his back muscles need building up.
Hank has now been in his new home for two weeks and he and his new owner are getting on great.
His owner has said ” Every day Hank surprises me, he is such fun. I ran a bath for him and he jumped in and even let me clip his toe nails – what a boy !! He is a strong dog and I feel he will soon grow into the role of my best friend and protector”
“Thank you Lynda for letting me adopt Hank. I am so pleased to have an “A” man back in my life …..”
Teddy – the tedstar plus lots of other names.
Teddy is a hunter !!
A few words from his new owner; ” We have a fox which comes through our garden every night and his scent drives Ted mad !!
He loves being in the garden and loves just coming in now and again to check we are still here.
If he is in the house and the windows are open he runs outside with a purpose. I love it when he runs with a purpose – his tail goes up,so does his head it’s almost as if he’s bouncing on air.
He is a lovely dog Lynda and he makes us laugh everyday he’s really loving and always coming up to us for a fuss; everybody loves him and he loves everybody.
Thank you for bringing him into our lives. Life would be very dull without our Teddy “.
Barney went to his new home some months ago to live with a first time Airedale owner; a lady who had lots of previous dog experience but never had an “A” before. She had always dreamed of owning one of our breed.
Initially there were a few learning curves both for Barney and his new owner. As we all know Airedales do have some idiosyncratic ways.
Barney and his owner have moved over to the Isle of Wight and is having an absolutely fantastic time enjoying life to the full and swimming everyday.
In fact he has become a real old salty sea dog !!
Frankilin moved into his coastal home some months ago.
A quote from his new owner;
“After living his former life with other dogs, I did wonder how he would cope being just with me. He loves it, loves all the one to one attention and loves being the man in my life.
Here he is looking out of my bedroom window in search of seagulls or cats – he hates both equally !!
He is well known in all the coffee shops around the harbour. I wouldn’t want to be without him.
Thank you Lynda for bringing us together ”
Yogi moved into his new home a few months ago and went to live with a wonderful couple and their Min. Schnauzer Dessie.
Whenever the weather looks good they all take off in their camper van to somewhere scenic in the UK.
What a lucky boy you are Yogi !!!
Miley and Lola
It’s now a week since Miley and Lola, both three years old, went to live in the Peak District of the U.K.
To say they have made themselves at home is an understatement !!
We are so pleased that we managed to keep these two girlies together.
Looking at their beautiful picture who wouldn’t want them both in any of our lives.
Senior Rex is now in a wonderful new home.
Unfortunately 10 year old Rex’s elderly owner could no longer look after him.He was taken to a lovely boarding kennels where they had looked after him in the past.
Rex is now settled with his new owners and living with Maddy a 10 year old Cocker Spaniel who thinks he is awesome !!!
Oscar was just 18 months old when he was rehomed. His new owner says “he had not been set many ground rules or met many other dogs”
He now goes to training every week and joins in all the activities – some would say he is the clown of the class – he is a wonderful chap and everyone loves him.
His new owners recently held an open garden weekend and Oscar was in his element meeting and greeting the visitors whilst sitting on his “Throne”.
Mr Harold is yet another Airedale that has gone to live by the coast.
First reports are that he is settling in well.
He is now enjoing the vast expanse of the beach. He has found lots of treasure to play with mainly seaweed and driftwood.!!!
A typical playful Airedale …
When we rehomed Muddles he was a matted woolley bear. He had had little attention for a considerable length of time as you can see.
The first task his new owners had to undertake was to get him to the groomers.What a task the groomers had!!
When they collected him, hours later, they wondered if they had been given the same dog that they had left with the groomers earlier in the day.
Muddles has turned out to be a great chap.
Over the past few months we have come to understand his character.
He is an accomplished bin raider and thief who enjoys spiriting his ill gotten gains off to his bed for chewing or laying on !!!
He loves to grump at our daughter when she fusses him but secretly the waggy tail says it all – they love each other.
We all love him to bits, he has made our family complete.
Thank you Lynda for allowing us to adopt Muddles.
Harry on the beach ……..
Lovely Harry adores meeting all his friends on the beach; George and Charlie the Labradoodles and Rex the standard poodle are his favourite playmates.
After playtime hurtling around with his mates Harry loves to dive around in the water for pieces of chalk, once he’s broken them into bits he looks as though he’s frothing at the mouth.
It’s alway Harry’s custom that when leaving the beach he picks up the biggest piece of wood he can find so he can carry it proudly home, sometimes the wood is so long he can’t get through the gate! ……… he is such a clown ………..
Cali’s Bad Ear Day !!
Cali has been in her new home for just over a year now, her new owners say ‘every day she is a ray of sunshine with a cheeky sense of humour, we are so fortunate to have her in our lives’
Miss Bridie giving a vintage Push-Along Terrier toy her ‘evil eye’.
Maggie was in a very poor condition when Lynda rescued her. Living in a stable and just about surviving on whatever food she could find, her backbone and ribs were hardly covered and she weighed barely 15 kg. Her skin was red raw and what jacket she had was dripping in a pungent secretion.
It took months of special attention, loving care and good quality food to get her back to health, and to Lynda’s delight Maggie has the most wonderful friendly nature of any girlie she has come across.
Cassie is such a sweetie, and she was very lucky to go and live with Lilly a Labradoodle (also a rescue).
Wookiee is a young boisterous teenager. He has gone to join Thumper, a smaller terrier. They have great fun together – especially when their Wolfhound friend comes to stay!
Wookiee – with friends
How much longer do we have to wait for our walk to begin?
Coni and her litter brothers and sisters were born into rescue. Their Mother was already in whelp when she was surrendered.
Coni was adopted at 8 weeks old and is now living the idyllic country life; chasing rabbits, birds, squirrels… and just about anything else that moves!
“It’s me again… I thought you might like to see my sharp as needles puppy teeth!”
Maddie had a previous quiet life before she was surrendered. Now she is the Aire Girl about town…
She rides in an open top sports car, parades up and down the jetty at the marina, she cruises along the coast and enjoys all the attention that comes her way. She is never seen out and about without her red car harness and wears her designer red safety harness for cruising in style… whooooo!
Cruising pictures to follow…
Maddie – Cruising
Well here I am patiently waiting for Dad to cast off so we can get underway
he is slow sometimes !!!
Reenie is a senior 10 years plus. Her owner was returning to Australia and made the heart breaking decision to surrender her. The long journey and the intense heat that Australia experiences would be too much for her.
She is now living a wonderful retired life near the sea and enjoys her daily stroll along the coastal paths.
For more information about this story contact Lynda by email: firstname.lastname@example.org