Due to the current situation we are now asking people to fill out a perfect match form online and email it to us info@rspcabrighton.org.uk
The relevant form can be found here
Dog Adoption Form



Dizzy came in on the 14th of March via another rescue. She was an unclaimed stray. Dizzy is an active, happy girl who enjoys her walks. She is becoming more loving and affectionate everyday and enjoys her cuddles.  Dizzy knows her name and sit on command and is good when groomed. She absolutely loves her toys - she would play all day with them, so much so that she becomes quite obsessed so toys have to be restricted! Dizzy is a great character but because of her past life where she has probably been used to search out a kill rodents she ... Read More
lester reserved


Lester came in on the 24th of March via another rescue as his owner was no longer able to look after him. We think he is a lurcher/whippet type with maybe a bit of spaniel thrown in! He is a friendly, lively boy who can be a little shy initially but soon makes friends if it means a biscuit or walk is involved! Lester knows sit on command but not a lot else! He is very clean in his kennel so should be housetrained and is ok when groomed. Lester likes chasing toys and then having a cuddle on your lap ... Read More


Suki came in on the 14th of March via another rescue as the other dogs in the home were not keen on her. She is a very shy girl initially with new people, especially men, and takes a while to bond with them. Suki is ideally looking for a calm home environment with just a couple of people as a busy household would not suit her. Saying that she is a bonkers, lively girl once she is confident with you! Suki knows sit and her name on command, is learning to enjoy playing with toys and walks well on the lead after ... Read More


Copper came in on the 13th of October as his previous owner could not cope with him. He is a bouncy, high-energy boy who had not been taught any manners in his previous home. Copper was unruly on the lead and nervous of anyone new initially. He is now doing so well! Although he can be strong on the lead when he wants to be he generally walks nicely most of the time. Copper knows sit, off and his name on command and is learning to wait when asked. He is clean in his kennel (almost all the time) so would be ... Read More