Munsterlander rescue
Adoption of a Large Munsterlander dog


At Rescue, it is impossible to tell just how many dogs per year will arrive with us, or when they are likely to come in for rehoming. When you first contact Rescue, it may be possible to do a homecheck and a suitable dog/bitch may already be known to need a new home. On the other hand, your details may be taken and held until a suitable one becomes available.

Sometimes an older dog, or a dog with some health issues come into our care and it is then that the dog will be offered for “fostering” with Rescue taking on all responsibility for its veterinary bills in connection with its problem.

Dogs come into Rescue for a huge variety of reasons. Sometimes we know the dog’s complete background and take a full history from the current owner so that we know what home will best suit that dog. Occasionally a dog will come to us with no history whatsoever, and that dog has to be assessed to see whether it gets on with children, other dogs/bitches, cats and livestock and whether it has any problems.

We aim never to turn away a Munsterlander who is in need of rehoming, and will find a lovely home where the dog can remain for the rest of its life.

It is a policy of LM Rescue, never to pass on papers or details of the dog’s breeding to new owners and all of those dogs coming to us will be neutered/spayed at the best time for that procedure to take place.

What we expect from our new owners:
All of our new homes are homechecked by us and have a secured garden area. We would never allow one of our rescues to go to someone who works full time. Our Rescued dogs must live inside as one of the family. We like to have an update on their progress, so will contact you from time to time. For the first three weeks in their new home, dogs must be kept on a lead. An identity disc must be worn giving the dog’s name and contact telephone number.
Other ways you can help
With transport:

Quite often, dogs need transporting from one place to another. LMR would like to hear from volunteers interesting in donating their services as a dog taxi within your local area.
Home Checks:
Responsible and knowledgeable people could help with vetting prospective homes in all parts of the country.
Used Postage Stamps:
Anne Taylor-Wilde collects these and through her contact these can be turned into useful funds.
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