Estrela Rescue & Rehoming

The EMDC (UK) will endeavor to assist in the re-homing of any Estrelas which are unfortunate enough to find themselves in need. If you find yourself in the position of needing assistance to re-home an Estrela, or maybe you are just looking for temporary cover, please contact us and we will do what we can to help.

The Committee realises that we all have changes in life which can occasionally cause us to have to make tough choices. We will not judge you, our sole interest is to help to find any dogs a permanent, loving home.

Any dog which is re-homed by the EMDC (UK) and has KC papers available, will have them withheld. These papers will become the property of the EMDC (UK).

Please email either the Rescue Co-ordinator (call 07947 575249) or the Estrela Mountain Dog Welfare & Rescue   if you need help, or if you are interested in helping an Estrela in need by fostering or adopting.

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WANTED

FOSTER CARERS

Jopa

New Trial Home Found

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CURRENTLY ON TRIAL IN NEW HOME.

Jopa is looking for his forever home. He is an Estrela x Alentejo and he's 1.5 yrs old and neutered.

Jopa is being rehomed due to a change of circumstance for his owner and this is a very reluctant rehoming. Jopa loves the outdoors so is looking for a home where he will get plenty of walks. He's friendly with dogs he meets and he is still quite puppy like, but as all LGD breeds, this might change as he matures. We would like Jopa to be an only dog, as he has showed signs of resource guarding both food and toys around other dogs in the home. He has never lived with children but is friendly, so sensible well trained children in the family could be considered. Jopa is a friendly and happy dog who is very food motivated and trainable, he will be an excellent companion for an experienced guarding dog owner.

True to his breeds he enjoys routine and predictability as well as plenty of time outdoors. If you would like to be considered for Jopa, please fill out the form on our page.

Currently being fostered in the North West.
If you would like to be considered please fill out the adoption form, which can be found via the sign up button on the EMDW&R facebook page. If you have completed this previously, please send us a message so we can re-visit your application.

Please contact the Estrela Mountain Dog Welfare and Rescue who we now work alongside, they are in ownership of Jopa. *Jopa bought to us through the Estrela Mountain Dog Welfare and Rescue.

Rose & Blase

Now Homed

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Rose and Blaise, who are sisters from different litters. Both were bred by Trisha Dean at Asterel. Rose is 6 and Blaise 5 and have been spayed.

Due to a traumatic change in circumstances their family are unable to keep them. As they have had both dogs since puppies, they would love them to stay together as the dogs are so close to each other.

Rose and Blaise are typical of the breed. Affectionate and loyal, and good with children and other dogs having lived in a busy family home. Neither dog is dominant at all.

They are both well trained, but as is often typical they can be nervous at noises so they are not let off the lead outside and need a large, secure garden.

Rose and Blaise are currently in South Wales, but we welcome applicants from anywhere in mainland UK. If you would like to be considered please fill out the adoption form, which can be found via the sign up button on the EMDW&R facebook page. If you have completed this previously, please send us a message so we can re-visit your application.

Please contact Peter (EMDC (UK)Breed rescue coordinator): 07490 986674
or the Estrela Mountain Dog Welfare and Rescue who we now work alongside. *Rose and Blaise bought to us through the Estrela Mountain Dog Welfare and Rescue.

OSCAR AND ROSE

Now Homed

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Meet Oscar and Rose. They were both two years old and looking for a new home either together or separately.

Oscar is an entire male, he’s always lived outside and been reared around small children. He’s strong on the lead and barks with excitement when he sees other dogs so would need some firm but kind training to address this. Oscar would need to be neutered. He is boisterous and has hasn’t lived in a house before. He could live with a sensible medium to large spayed bitch. He is untested with cats.

OSCAR HAS FOUND HIS FOREVER HOME!

Rose is a spayed bitch. She is used to children but untested with cats. She could live with other dogs with proper introductions. Rose is calmer than Oscar and medium in size.

ROSE ALSO HAS HER OWN FOREVER HOME!

Re-homed by the Estrela Mountain Dog Welfare & Rescue, thank you for helping both of these dogs in their hour of need.

For more information about becoming a foster carer, adopting or about previous dogs we have helped, please do not hesitate to contact us.