***Betty is now RESERVED. We are no longer accpeting applications for Betty, thank you ***

Betty has been through a lot in her short life. She was bred from and suffered painful health complications after the birth of the litter. Our brilliant vets have put her back on track and she’s been recovering with one of our amazing foster carers. She’s in great health now.

Please note – Betty requires a home without children or other pets, somewhere without many people coming and going. At the moment she is terrified of going for walks and even though her foster carer is making great progress with this, we are looking for a family who will understand Betty’s fears and be prepared to work with our advice to help her gain confidence. This will be a long term goal and not something that can be rushed.

Betty is coming out of her shell and starting to show a cheeky and playful little character. Initially she would follow her fosterer from room to room and needed to be close all of the time. Now she is happy to take herself off to sleep and even to play around with toys which is wonderful progress!

Betty doesn’t like being left on her own so she will need a home where someone is around most of the day, or where arrangements can be made for a dog-sitter to stay with her.

Betty’s such an adorable girl, she’ll be a wonderful addition for her lucky new family.


To adopt Betty, please complete our adoption application form. We welcome applications from across Lancashire but unfortunately we are unable to consider applications from further afield. Homeless Hounds cannot rehome dogs to families with children under the age of 5. Home check and adoption donation applies.

Thank you