This week, Oak Tree Animals’ Charity tell us of two lovely pets in need of new forever homes.


Guess who’s back?

Max is still looking for his forever home as unfortunately things didn’t work out for him. We are looking for a home with owners who are prepared for a bit of a challenge. Max is a super clever lad who loves to learn but he does struggle to settle when he has nothing to do.

We are looking for a home with a secure outdoor area, and no young children or cats. Max could potentially live with another dog but this would depend on meetings here at Oak Tree. Ideally his new home will have an area for Max to relax away from other family members so he learns some independence.

We would prefer to home Max locally so we can help his new owners with his behaviour while he settles.

Please make sure you meet the following requirements before enquiring about Max:

• No young children or cats

• Secure outdoor area

• Willing to do training

• Willing to deal with challenging behaviour

Do you fancy a challenge in your life and able to provide super-clever Max with the forever home he requires?


Esky is a 13hh gelding looking for his forever home as a riding pony. He is a lovely pony full of character and with lots of love to give to someone.

Esky is six years old and ready to go out and start having some fun with his new family. He is still green but very willing and a quick learner.

He hacks well in all types of traffic and he is working nicely in walk, trot and canter in the school.

Esky is currently stabled at night and turned out through the day, but he has also lived out 24/7 with a field shelter. He is great in both routines.

Is Esky the pony you’re looking for to provide fun and stability?

All animals from Oak Tree Animals’ Charity have received full behavioural and veterinary assessments, are neutered, microchipped and fully vaccinated. Horses are passported. Dogs and cats rehomed from Oak Tree also benefit from four weeks free pet insurance. For more information from please call 01228 560082 or visit