Give a Home

Give a home to a rescue/rehomed Airedale Terrier ( UK only)

Since Planet Airedale started in 2003, we have rehomed many Airedale Terriers within The UK. If you would like to give a home to an Airedale Terrier, please complete the form below as fully as possible.

Your details will be kept on file for TWO MONTHS.

All information received will be treated with the strictest confidence.

Before completing this form, please consider the following points:

We find new homes for Airedales of all ages, sizes, sex, temperament and obedience. Whatever the situation an Airedale finds him/herself in, Planet Airedale will help them. We have found new homes for all sort of Airedales, from puppies to dogs in their teenage years, from ‘normal’ (whatever that is!) Airedales to those with health and behaviour issues. They all need homes, and we help them all.

We have a 100% success rate with finding new happy homes for Airedales in The UK.

We are always looking for good homes for Airedales who need a new home, and the form below gives you the chance to tell us all about you and your situation.

A few things to remember before completing the form:

We don’t normally rehome Airedales to people who work full time (although we might in the case of an older Airedale who is used to being left alone, or Airedales who are used to living outside in a kennel.).

Airedales rehomed through us are pets: they are not for breeding. If they haven’t already been neutered, then we will retain all their paperwork until they have been.

We will not rehome to a home without dog experience. Airedale experience is even better!

We will only rehome an Airedale to a home with cats and/or children if the Airedale has already been used to living in such a home. Most Airedales don’t get on with cats regardless of how well your cat gets on with Airedales!

If you are open to giving a home to an older Airedale, maybe one who needs some help in one way or another, then it is much more likely we will be in touch.

Let us know as much about yourselves as much as possible. We read all forms submitted and can only base our opinion of you from what you tell us! If you only put ‘looking for an Airedale’ and nothing else, it is very unlikely we will contact you.

Please note: most rescued Airedales are not puppies. They are normally at least a few years old and can sometime be elderly.

Finally, please only complete this form if you are a position to give a home to an Airedale now. For example, we will not rehome an Airedale to a home where the occupants are just about to go on holiday (and so the Airedale would have to go into kennels).

About You:

    Your name:

    Are you a Planet Airedale Member?

    Your full address, including post code:

    You age group:

    Your telephone number:

    The best time to call this number:

    What is your email address?

    Are you looking to:
    Give a permanent homeFoster on a short term basisBoth

    What other pets do you have now? How will they be with an Airedale in the house?

    Do any children (under 16) either live with you or visit regularly?

    What experience do you have of keeping a dog, particularly an Airedale?

    Please tell us about if you (and/or your partner) works
    and the amount of time an Airedale might be left alone.

    Please tell us about your property and garden, if any.

    Could you offer a home to an older Airedale, or an Airedales with health and/or behavioural issues?

    Do you, or anyone else living in your house, have health problems or disabilities which might affect dog ownership (such as mobility or allergy issues)?

    Does anyone in your household (or anyone else who might look after the Airedale for you) smoke?

    Would you consider giving a home to an Airedale-cross?

    We may wish to inspect your home before deciding whether or not to rehome an Airedale with you. Would you object to this?

    We will keep your details on file for two months and if a suitable rescue Airedale becomes available during that time, we shall be in touch. To keep your details on file after two months, you will need to resubmit them again

    Please note: Although all Airedales rehomed through Planet Airedale are believed to be in good health and have no vices (unless otherwise stated), we cannot guarantee this. Therefore we require everyone who gives a home to an Airedale, either on a temporary or permanent basis, to sign our standard disclaimer releasing Planet Airedale from any costs/losses and/or injuries suffered, however caused.