Japanese Spitz welfare & rescue

Re-Homing Practices

The following procedures are followed (according to guidelines set by the Association of British Dogs & Cat homes).


We assess the characteristics of each particular animal in order to match it with the most suitable type of home.

We obtain information and references from prospective adopters to ensure their circumstances and facilities fit the requirements of the animal.

 Rescue Spitz

All rescue animals are fully vaccinated, wormed and micro-chipped before being adopted and will have had an initial veterinary health check upon arrival to Charney Kennels.


When-ever possible the rescue animal is neutered. Advice on the benefits for this and reasons are given.

Owner Support

We provide on-going advice to the new owner on any relevant details about the new pet and it's future care.

We will accept the dog back into care if the re-homing is unsuccessful. We aspire to a non-destruct policy of healthy animals.

Euthanasia is only recommended if extreme physical or behavioural conditions exists which make re-homing impossible.

Current Rescue Spitz at Charney

Rescue Spitz


Bobby is a 5 year old Terrier type, he is microchipped, neutered and fully inoculated. Bobby is full of personality who is looking for his forever home.

He would ideally suit an active home that would stimulate him. He can take a while to get used to new situations so preferably not a busy household with older children only.

If you can give Bobby his forever home please contact us by email or call Sarah on 01367 241063 in the first instance, references & £150 adoption fee required.


If you have a Japanese Spitz that you cannot keep for any reason, or you need temporary help with this breed, please contact the us on 01367 241063 or e-mail Stephanie Bliss at charneykennel@btconnect.com