Gemma is a soft and sensitive little girl, but also fantastically independent. She's the first to encourage her siblings to play and she isn't put off by the larger dogs at the fosterers home. She loves to play with everyone, as long as they're up for some fun! She has a fantastic personality and is a wonderful balance of cuddly and curious. As you can see, she is a beautiful looking pup, and we have no doubt that she is going to make her adopters very happy.

Gemma is fit and healthy and will have had a full health check prior to arriving, she has already had her rabies jab and will be fully vaccinated and treated for fleas, ticks and worms. She will also come with her own pet passport.

Arrival:  Mid April 2022

Size: Medium once fully grown

Date of Birth: 25/10/2021

Neutered: No

Cat tested: Yes - passed

History: Gemma was found with her siblings hiding in a bush by the side of some bins in Portugal, just a few months old and were taken into care by one of our volunteers in Portugal.


Why adopt through DogsHomes Rescue?

As an elite dog rescue, you can be assured of a first-class adoption experience (just check out our Google reviews!). We are with you every step of the way to provide support and guidance, including post-adoption.
Key benefits of adoption through DogsnHomes Rescue include:
  • Full rescue back-up if needed
  • Access to training resources, including discounted rates if you sign-up with our recommended trainers and behaviourists
  • Membership of our exclusive online community where you can connect with over 500 of our adoptive families and fosterers, share updates and swap advice
  • Invitation to DogsnHomes events, including group walks and fundraising efforts
  • Loan of the essentials (e.g. a harnesses, collar, lead, dog tag, crate for safe car transportation etc.) if required, until your pup has settled in. 


LOCATION - We prefer our adopters to live within 60mins drive of GU52 so we can give backup if required.

FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN UNDER 10  - We will only adopt to families with children over the age of 10, unless there is already a dog in the household.

As we have so many applying, regrettably we are unable to respond to your application if you do not fulfil the above criteria.

Not quite ready to adopt? What about fostering?

We are proud of the extensive support network which underpins our operations; if you are not ready to commit to adoption, why not  become a foster family? DogsnHomes supplies everything you need for a successful foster placement (food, bedding, toys, collar, leads, harness, stairgate etc.) and are available 24/7 to support your foster journey. You'll also benefit from free training sessions with our approved trainers and behaviourists.
To find out more, click here.