National Animal Welfare Trust
Wheal Alfred Farm, Wheal Alfred Road, Hayle, Cornwall, TR27 5JT.
Tel: 01736 756005 Fax: 01736 756536
Opening Times: 1pm to 3pm (Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day) www.nawt.org.uk
RSPCA Cornwall Branch Animal Centre
Higher Quoit, St Columb, Cornwall TR9 6J5
Tel: 01637 881455
Email: email@example.com www.rspcacornwall.org.uk
St Francis Home for Animals
Trevlogue Road, Porth, Newquay, Cornwall, TR8 4AT
Tel: 01637 872976 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening Times: 11am – 4pm Mon – Sat (Closed Sunday) www.stfrancisfourcanines.co.uk
Animals in Distress Rescue Centre
Biltor, Edgelands Lane, Ipplepen, Newton Abbot, TQ12 5UG
Tel: 01803 812121
Please note Animals in Distress rehome in a 20 mile area around the centre www.animalsindistress.uk.com
Blue Cross Adoption Centre
Chilton Gate, Bickleigh, Tiverton, Devon EX16 8RS
Tel: 01884 855291. www.bluecross.org.uk
Blue Cross Adoption Centre
Ashley Priors Lane, Watcombe, Torquay, Devon. TQ1 4SE.
Tel: 01803 327728 www.bluecross.org.uk
Dogs Trust Rehoming Centre
Haziedene, West Down, IIfracombe, North Devon EX34 8NU
Tel: 01271 812709. www.dogstrust.org.uk
Gables Farm Dog and Cats’ Home
204 Merafield Rd, Plymouth, PL7 1UQ
Tel: 01752 331602 Fax: 01752 331604
Opening Times: 11am-3pm daily (except Thursday when closed) www.gablesfarm.org.uk
Margaret Green Foundation Trust Rescue Kennels
Brentor Road, Heathfield, Nr Tavistock, Devon PL19 0LF
Tel: 01822 810215
Opening Times: 12pm – 3.30pm Daily
Please note that the sanctuary prefer to rehome in the local area, but may make exceptions. www.animalsanctuaryuk.com
RSPCA Little Valley Animal Shelter
Blackhat Lane, Bakershill, Exeter, Devon EX2 9TA
Tel:01392 439898. www.rspcaexeter.org.uk
RSPCA Torquay and South East Devon Branch Centre
Tel: 01803 556130
Email: email@example.com www.rspca-torbay.org.uk
15 thoughts on “Cockapoo Rescue South West England”
Hi I’m looking for a young cockapoo. For a family dog. I’m interested in adapting please I have some more information please
I’m looking to adopted a cocapo to join our family
Looking for a Cockapoo rescue dog. Coming up to retirement and I can give a lot of attention as love. Dave
Hi Dave. My husband and I have an apricot 6yr old cockapoo who we have had from a puppy. Unfortunately we are now looking to re-home him. He is a very loving dog who craves one to one attention, he has become a bit grumpy and unpredictable. We feel this is due to him being shut up for long spells while we are both working. I am also asthmatic and this seems to be getting worse. He just needs a home where he can get the attention he seeks and can go for lovely walks. He is house trained and is used to children as we have 6 grandchildren. He would make someone a lovely companion. He is chipped and all up to date with immunisations.
If you interested in finding out more about him, please feel free to email me.
I would dearly love to adopt a cockapoo. I am retired and have so much love to give a homeless cockapoo. He/she would have a forever loving home for the rest of their precious life. I live on my own, although I have a partner we do not live together and he shares my love for dogs. I am currently living in a flat but this is only temporary. My home is not a home without a dog. I would be most grateful if you will consider my adopting a cockapoo. Many thanks
I have been wanting a dog for a few years but the time has not been right until now. Now that my husband is retired we will both be able to spend the time and love that a cockapoo needs. We do have two 8 yr old cats but live in the country, have a big garden and can promise lots of doggie walks and cuddles .
Interesting. Hope you can help me as well to search more job opportunities and vacancies
My Nan is retired and has been looking for a cockapoo (or something similar) we are in West Sussex area. She’s recently had her husband pass away and so she needs some companionship. A middle-aged Cockapoo is ideal which gets on with other dogs. if anyone knows of any dogs that might work for her. It would be much appreciated. Thank you in advance 🙂
Hi looking for forever friend had rescue Bedlington for twelve yrs other dogs through my life 3yrs since my dear dog passed away ready now to adopt another dog Daughter has two cockatoos so l understand the breed lm retired so have the time to train and be with one have three parks and one reserve within 5 mins to take a dog for walks and make friends secure garden quiet area .
Where are you based?
Im not based anywhere this is a website recommending breeders and rescue options
Hi, we are considering a Cockapoo as our furbaby now that i am going to be working from home permanently and due to retire in the next few years (hubby already partially retired) I have read various conflicting reports that they are good family dogs (have young grandchildren who visit us) but alternately that they are not particularly good for families. We would prefer a puppy but are nervous of website adverts selling puppies, how do you know they are genuine breeders and not buying from a puppy farm which i would hate.
We are still in the researching what dog would be right for us so any advise and pointers in the right direction would be very helpful.
Thank you in advance.
Hi Carol – If you call the breeder and ask some basic screening questions
A good breeder will ask you questions…do you work …that’s a no no..if you do..etc…if the breeder cares about the puppies for sale…they won’t just let them go to anyone…sadly there aren’t too many of this sort left on this planet