To register your interest with the rescue to rehome an adorable Kerry, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for an interest form and don't forget to include your phone number.
Eric is a lovely dog, friendly, soft and a little anxious. He is full of fun and loves bounding around in the garden. He can be unpredictable with other dogs when he is on the leash. He lives with children and is even happy to watch cats wonder by without reaction.
Lucy is just 4 years old. She is an affectionate, loving, excitable and alert dog although wary of loud noises. She is unsure around kids (other than the children in her household age 13 & 10) and will bark at them. She doesn't get on with a resident dog. We are looking for a confident couple who are experienced with terrier behaviours.
Uisce is just over 4 years old. She is described as affectionate, loving, excitable, noisy and full on. She can be dog reactive with other dogs at home and when out. She jumps up at children as she gets very excited. We are looking for a calm environment and people with Kerry experience.
Current Kerries in Foster Homes
It is with great thanks that a number of our supporters offer themselves and their homes as a foster accommodation for newly received rescues. Foster homes are such an important part of what we do, and gives new dogs a great first chance at a new life.
Some of these dogs end up being adopted by their foster carers, and in other cases they move on to suitable permanent new homes when the time is right.
To register interest in adopting a Kerry or becoming a foster carer yourself, please get in touch with us at email@example.com for an interest form.
Choosing a Kerry in need of a new loving forever home is a big undertaking and not one to be taken lightly. Rescue and re-homed Kerry’s can present many challenges especially because in some cases their history is unknown. It requires a huge amount of patience. They will all have had their own experiences from their past, traumatised in a way; from mistreatment to just losing a home or owners and gaining another.
Always remember that you may be ready and prepared for the dog but the dog may not be ready or prepared for you. the rescue will always be there to support and try and help in anyway we can but remember that every dog is an individual and so what works for one may not work for another.
Please read the rescues "Owning a Kerry" advice document below and the testimonies document is full a real life stories shared from owners of Kerry Blue Terriers.