Animals Looking for New Homes
All animals on this page are seeking new homes.
To see the full list per species for Dogs, Cats and Equines please click the 'ALL' button. Please be aware that some animals may have already been reserved for a new home. You can apply by filling in an application form either by following the application link or downloading a form and returning it to the sanctuary either by post or email.
All animals will be re-homed via home checks, and all adopters are required to pay an adoption fee and sign a contract.
All animals rehomed through the sanctuary will remain the legal property of Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary - which means they can not be sold on or loaned out without permission from the sanctuary.
Please do not contact unless you are genuinely interested in re-homing.
Dogs Seeking Homes
If you would like to help dogs in need but cannot commit to rehoming a dog for life you can assist with fostering. Providing a rescue dog or dogs a home environment where they can enjoy the comforts of a home while they wait for that right home to come along.
For some of our dogs we need long term fosterers where owners are unable to provide care for a period of time - other dogs need time to learn, recover or they just struggle with kennels. There are many dogs in need, more than we can help. You can help us help them.
Learn more and apply to foster here.
We primarily care for dogs, cats, and horses but offer a home to many chickens too. Sometimes chickens and roosters in our care are looking for homes; find them below.
If we have any other animals on-site looking for homes they will be advertised below; this includes goats, pigs, pet birds, rabbits, guinea pigs, etc. Our aim where we can is to rehome animals from their existing home to make the process as easy as possible for them. These animals will be advertised on our social media first before being advertised here so please do check out our Facebook page.
For inquires or more information please email; email@example.com
Romeo came to us a couple of years ago as an unwanted and badly treated rooster. He was in a poor state and needed a lot of care to build him up. He's now fit and healthy and ready to spread his wings. Could you offer him a forever home? Perhaps with a brood of his own?