Rescue has closed Applications for the time being because of the vast amount received since opening and cannot deal with the hundreds received and follow up enquiries.
Applications that have already been received will be considered.
Thanking everyone for such wonderful support.
July 2020
Lee England

There is always a need to rehome Fox Terriers - we try to list all current dogs on this page. - If you are interested in giving a dog a permanent and loving home please download and  complete the REHOMING FORM  for dogs that are only named and available on website and send to Lee England. 


PLEASE do not just fill out a Rehoming Form without adding the name of the dog you are interested in, If the dog becomes adopted and unfortunately it wasn't yourself then you must reapply naming another dog.


Please note that the Rescue is run by volunteers and many dogs are kept/fostered in private homes - so please call first to discuss suitability and arrange an appointment to view the dogs. 

If you need to contact about rehoming please contact 
Lee England 01366 328826 (Norfolk) between 11am  - 6pm only Monday to Saturday.


If you need to contact about surrendering a Fox Terrier please feel free to call anytime as we are always here to help. This also includes advise on any matters dealing withFox Terriers i.e. behaviour, health, training, grooming, etc.


We cannot return calls on enquiries

FTR+Rescue+Feb 20
FoxTerrierQuestionnaire Feb 20 1.doc
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Please Note:
When Adopting a Fox Terrier or any dog.
It takes a lot of Time, Understanding, Patience and Love
before you see the best from your adopted dog ,who doesn`t know
who you are and why he/she has been placed with you.
If you don`t have those above qualities or even one of them is missing
don`t get a dog, you are not doing that pet any favours.


Earl WFT 6yo quiet dog, gets on with other dogs.
Loves being with you and very affectionate, sharing accommodation
with Millie at the moment,  and follows her every where,become great friends.
Bramble WFT approx 9 to 10 years old .Very affectionate pretty
little girl ,lost her owners  and she lost all her coat but we have managed to get most of it all back  ,except for her back as seen in her picture which we do not think it will return.  We have had her since before Xmas and has made herself  at home. She makes sure that all the other dogs know their place. She has a lovely nature
and can be very amusing with things she gets up to. Needs to be on Grain free foods.
Elsie WFT  6 1/2 yo pretty little girl .
Tries to be bossy around other dogs but when corrected backs down.
Typical terrier. Very affectionate,  likes her food, so one needs to be strict with treats.
Ideal companion for early retired couple. New Home Pending July 20
Ben WFT approx. 3 years old. Very nervous but very friendly and
gets on with other dogs. Not ever been trained on a lead, no recall. Does not like traffic, so built up area is not for him.Not neutered. Needs a loving home a family/ couple that has plenty of time to work with him.
Such a super little chap.
Millie WFT approx  11yr old. Has cataracts but gets around fine. Her skin can play up if she is given food that is not Grainfree.  We bath her approx ever two weeks and keep her coat short and  that way we keep on top of the problem.
Gets on fine with all dogs,very friendly and affectionate.
Bertie and Daisy are two wires brother & sister. Must be re homed together, very nice temperament, get on well when meeting other dogs. 
Rehomed April 2020

Elmo is a very loving FT cross about 3yo.

He is bigger than an average FT, loves toys and balls.

Great with people, very loyal and likes to please.

Rehomed April 2020







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