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Rescue Dogs kick off Jubilee weekend with a party fit for royalty

Dogs Trust Rehoming Centers across the country are celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with special parties, in hopes of finding these adorable dogs forever.

Eight royal rovers search for homes

As well as her famous love of dogs, the Queen also has a special place in her heart for Dogs Trust, having been the charity’s patron since 1990.

To celebrate Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee weekend, Dogs Trust foster centers across the country hosted dog parties fit for royalty.

With Union Jack flags galore and dozens of waving tails, these furry residents are having fun in the hopes that they’ll be entitled to loving new homes.

Here are eight patriotic pooches ready for families to pick up this weekend:

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Winter at Dogs Trust Leeds







Winter is a cozy monster
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Handsome Winter is an eight-year-old Akita mix.

He’s happy to do his own thing, but once he bonds with you, he’ll show his true cuddly monster personality.

Winter requires medicine for his legs, so although he’s no longer one for long hikes, he’s full of life and will make a wonderful companion for anyone.

He would need an adult-only home with no pets, but he’s happy to be around other dogs when he’s on the go.

If you’re willing to take it easy to begin with, winter could be your perfect partner!

Taz at Dogs Trust Leeds







Taz feels like living
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Despite being 10 years old, the Taz terrier is full of life and energy.

He’s a guy who likes the outdoors and isn’t too fond of practical stories, preferring to come to you on his own terms.

He would like experienced dog owners to adopt him and would like active owners who can take him on many adventures.

Freddie at Dogs Trust Shoreham







Freddie is always up for fun
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Meet Freddie, a charismatic five-year-old terrier who is very independent.

He’d like to find a family that won’t expect too much of him and understand that he’d rather play fun games, move into your business, or participate in your training than be a lap dog and get lots of goodies. restlessness and affection.

He would like an adult home with no other dogs with a large garden so he can explore his kingdom.

Nancy at Dogs Trust Basildon







Nancy has an even bigger heart
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Nancy is a two-year-old Central Asian Shepherd Cross and, just like the Queen, steals the hearts of everyone she meets.

Nancy is a big girl, with an even bigger heart, looking for an ever bigger couch.

She might have doggie walking companions, but she should be the only pet in the house. She can live with teenagers over 14 years old.

Very sadly Nancy had her ears cut off which is illegal in the UK and not tolerated by Dogs Trust.

Oats at Dogs Trust Basildon







Oats are a good old boy
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Captain Oats, 13, joins the Jubilee celebrations.

He’s looking for a quiet retirement home and a comfortable sofa (throne) to call his own.

He can be a bit worried by too much fuss, so his new family will have to take things at his own pace and help him gain confidence.

Bronson at Dogs Trust Leeds







Bronson is a softie inside
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Big Boy Bronson is an 18 month old bulldog.

He’s a fun, lively boy and he’ll be celebrating Jubilee by doing what he loves most: participating in his training in exchange for delicious treats.

Despite his strong and confident exterior, he has come with insecurities that his new owners will have to help him with.

He socializes with other dogs on the go, but would prefer to be the only dog ​​in his new home.

Dental floss at Dogs Trust Newbury







Floss is a real royal princess
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Floss is a five-month-old border collie and she’s a little princess.

Even at such a young age, his collie brain is as smart as it gets.

She is currently being treated like royalty in a foster home and will soon be going home forever.

Edith at Dogs Trust Snetterton







Edith has a smile you can’t refuse
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Edith is a nice lady looking for a home where she will have all the love and attention she deserves.

She could live with older children aged 14+ and most of the time would like someone at home to help her settle in.

You can apply to adopt one of these dogs on the Dogs Trust website.

How does your dog celebrate Jubilee weekend? Email [email protected]

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