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Age: 3 years
Breed: Border Collie
Size: Medium
Gender: Male


Meet Ralph (Reserved)


We are looking for a very special home for a very special dog.

Ralph is a three year old double merle Border Collie. He’s completely deaf with poor eyesight (struggling with depth perception and distance) and he’s looking for his forever home through no fault of his own.

Despite his disabilities, Ralph has a wonderful zest for life and he’s friendly, affectionate and loving. He’s an active Collie who enjoys going for two nice walks every day, and he has an easy-going nature.

Ralph absolutely must live with another dog, who he can follow when his disabilities make him unsure. He very much enjoys the company of other dogs and he could potentially live with children over 12 years old who will understand and respect his needs. He hasn’t lived with cats or small mammals before.

Living with children

I can live with older children (12+)

Living with other dogs


I am looking for a home with another dog

Living with cats or small mammals


I cannot live with cats or small mammals

Opt to Adopt!

Do you think you might be able to offer a happy home

to this lovely boy? 

If so, please complete our Adopter Enquiry Form

(which includes the details of our adoption process and fees) and we will get back to you asap:

Alternatively, if you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the Dog Team by email: 
and will get back to you asap!



We have a number of animals in our care. Most are homeless through no fault of their own and are looking for furever homes and owners who can give them the love and attention they deserve.


Please take a few moments to familiarise yourself with our adoption process:


Step 1:

The animal is admitted into our care, and assessed by our team.

Step 2:

The animal is examined by a vet, who treats any ailments or injuries.

Step 3:

The appropriate team leader will liaise with the potential adopter to get to know them and assess whether they are a potential purr-fect match.

Step 4:

The potential new owners meet the animal, and decide if they want to adopt. New owners may be asked to visit the animal several times before the adoption takes place.

Step 5:

A pre-adoption home visit will then be made to new owners home to meet the members of the household and to ensure that the environment is safe.


Step 6:

If the visit goes well, you will be asked to collect the animal and to make an adoption donation (amount on request) as well as to sign an agreement to care for the pet with a commitment to return them to us if you can't continue to do so.

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