Here is a selection of dogs from Islay Dog Rescue who are looking for forever homes.

If you are able to rehome one of these adorable pooches visit for full contact details and to find out more.

You can also donate money to the voluntary-run organisation to help it continue its work by visiting the same website.


Islay dog rescueClan

Clan – 12 years old, male, Labrador. Clan is an older gent who is at the rescue through no fault of his own. He loves his exercise and his food and could happily live with another dog. Given his age, children in his new home would need to be aged eight and over.


Islay dog rescueSkylar

Skylar – six months old, female, crossbreed. Skylar is a lovely young girl who was very scared when she first arrived at Islay Dog Rescue. She is looking for a home with a family who have the time to train her and give her lots of exercise and wonderful experiences – though not all at once as she does not want to be overwhelmed. Skylar could live with a calm male dog and children who are over 14.


Islay dog rescueCaesar

Ceasar – two - three years old, male, crossbreed. Ceasar was taken from a home where he was not being cared for adequately. While his looks make some people think he is fierce, he is a big softie. This gorgeous boy is fully house trained, happy to spend time in his crate and loves going on car journeys. While Ceasar can walk on a lead, he requires some time training so he can walk properly and politely as he is very strong when he pulls. He is looking for an active family who have experience with bull breeds and no children under 12.


Islay dog rescueNancy

Nancy – four years old, female, crossbreed. Nancy has found herself back at the shelter after being adopted at the beginning of April. She is back through no fault of her own or her owners. Ill health within the family determined her return and the owners were distraught at this turn of events. Whilst in their care, Nancy was a wonderful dog. She is house trained and enjoys sleeping at the bottom of the bed. Nancy could live with a calm male dog and children over eight. She is not good with cats.

Contact Islay Dog-Rescue for more information about these and other dogs in their care.