Islay Dog Rescue do amazing work to care for animals which come from across Europe to the centre near Cumnock.

The team work tirelessly to ensure that rescue dogs are ready to be rehomed to a loving family.

The centre is currently very busy and staff are always looking for people to volunteer with them, whether it's walking the dogs, cleaning the areas or anything else in between, there is plenty to do to help the team with their ever-growing demand.

So, in partnership with the centre, the Chronicle has selected seven loving dogs from the Islay Dog Rescue Facebook page that are ready for adopting today.


Cumnock Chronicle:

Bruin is a hound dog mix from Romania and approximately 10 years old.

He is best suited as an only dog and not suitable with cats.

He is house trained and fairly quiet except when his dinner is being served.


Cumnock Chronicle:
Bernie is and  eight-year-old crossbreed from Romania.

He is very good with other dogs, not interested in cats and loves people.

Bernie is neutered, fully vaccinated and treated for fleas and worms.


Cumnock Chronicle:
Pepper is nine years old and a crossbreed from Romania.

She is fine with dogs that are calm and mature and has no issues with cats. She would make a great companion dog.

Pepper is spayed, fully vaccinated and treated for fleas and worms.


Cumnock Chronicle:
Chloe is approximately a two-year-old crossbread.

She can be shy and nervous, but is currently under assessment to how she copes with other animals.


Cumnock Chronicle:
Marnie is a female, retriever cross who is approximately two years old.

She is very friendly and lively and loves exercising.


Cumnock Chronicle:
Marin is a two-year-old crossbread.

Marin is good with most dogs and can also live with cats.


Cumnock Chronicle:
Rusty is a six-year-old crossbread originally from Portugal.

He has possibly lived in a house before, meaning he is likely house trained.

He would be able live with another dog, but may not be able to live with cats or other small animals.

He is neutered, microchipped, treated for parasites, has been vet checked and has been assessed.

If you have seen a dog you love, you can find out more information by calling Lorraine at Islay Dog Rescue on 07876561545.