Looking for forever homes – do not need to go together POTBELLY PIGS!❤

Looking for forever homes – do not need to go together


Yes, you read that right. Meet Jellybean, Pumba and Mr.Pig 😁
These 3 Potbellies are urgently looking for a place to stretch their legs, enjoy the sunshine and if you allow them – be a part of a family.

Pumba – 3 years old. Grew up up in a home with kids. Not only does he come when called, he can also sit and give his paw on command. Very friendly with people. Especially if you have food 🤣

Jellybean – approximately 7 years old. Hand raised. More of the quiet/shy type. But also very friendly and will gladly take treats right from your hand. He’s very laid back and gentle.

Mr Pig – Age unknown. Definitely an Old Boy. He was rescued 8 years ago by a lady with a huge heart (as were Pumba and Jellybean). Before he was rescued, he had an existing injury to his front left leg. He can still walk around as he pleases,but he does take his time. He will also take treats from your hand.

All 3 of these Potbellies are lovey and would love to be a part of your family. Who says a family pet has to be conventional? 

Lana, the Saddest Dog in the World

One of our very own dogs, Lana the Labrador became known as “the saddest dog in the world” when a photo of her went viral. She was heartbroken after being returned to an animal shelter by her family, and her story touched so many that thousands of people applied to adopt her. She found a happy placement in a new home for a short while, but sadly was recently returned to us. Click here to read Lana’s bio. You can email us at info@rescuedogsmatch.com if you’re interested in adopting Lana.

You can read more about Lana’s story and RDM here:

‘Saddest Dog In The World’ From Heartbreaking Viral Photo Finds Foster Home – Huffington Post

Thousands apply to adopt ‘saddest dog in the world’ who was so heartbroken she ‘shut down’ and refused to go for walks after being returned to animal shelter – The Daily Mail

Thousands Apply to Adopt ‘Saddest Dog in the World – ABC News

Saddest dog in the world’ taken back to shelter gets a new home – The Telegraph