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Dogs Available For Rehoming

Brown Street Kennels, Brown Street, Dundee DD1 5DT Tel: 01382 432100 Fax: 01382 432102 or email

The dogs that are available for rehoming are pictured underneath.

If you see a dog that you feel would suit your home circumstances please contact the Kennels for more information.

Please click on the following link to read about issues you should consider and the information required from your when thinking of rehoming a puppy or dog from Brown Street Kennels.
Information on rehoming a dog from Brown Street Kennels

Updated on 21/09/17

We have 3 dogs available for rehoming




Cross Husky, male, aged 11 months, tan sable and white, short hair, med

Cuba is very friendly but excitable around people and children. He does jump up on you a lot and will need training to overcome this. Although Cuba is fine with some dogs he would need a home where he is the only dog in the house as he can be protective over chews and food. Cuba will need someone who has the time and energy to give him the training and exercise that he requires. 



Staffordshire Bull Terrier, male, aged around 5-6 years, brown brindle and white, short hair, med.

Tyson is friendly with people and has been good with other dogs when out on his walk, although it would be better if he was the only dog in the house as he can act up when he gets stressed. Tyson does suffer from separation anxiety and does chew things up when he is left on his own. He has had some training as he will sit, lie down and gives a high five when asked. Tyson is looking for someone who is at home for most of the time and who has the patience to spend the time to help his overcome his anxiety issues.  



Mongrel, male, aged around 7 years, black and grey, rough hair, med.

Ozzy can be a bit nervous around new people to begin with but is fine once he knows you. He has been around children aged 10 years upwards and is fine with other dogs and cats. Ozzy does not like to be left on his own and will bark, he will need training to overcome this. He loves to play fetch with a ball. Ozzy is looking for a quiet household where there is someone who has time and patience to help him feel settled and secure in his new home. he has been neutered and micro chipped.