Dogs for Adoption


We have some beautiful rescues who need loving homes.

Please email if you are interested in adopting any one of our fantastic furry friends!

Contact: TNR Trust Nairobi via:

TNR Trust requires an approved adoption contract, a donation of Ksh 8,000 to help cover vaccinations/food and a requisite follow-up home visit.

New owners must commit to spaying/neutering


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Max was born on 1st December 2017. Oh! the EYES! He is a very handsome blue eyed boy. Max is a very energetic teenager and needs a lot of exercise. He is fantastic on the leash so a running companion could be ideal. Recommended to a family with a compound with dogs.


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Bee is a kind and gentle soul. She is great with other dogs and very playful. She is whippet in size and speed, with the most expressive ears! Bee is currently living in foster care where there are young children. She is most happy when being outdoors, but enjoys watching TV with the the family in the evening. She has had a hard life and her new owners need to be patient, giving her the time for her to gain trust in order that she can settle in, blossom and reach her full potential.


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Pip is such a handsome (typical) GSD! Barking away with that strong “voice”! He is a handsome boy born January 2018. He is very respectful of older dogs but not frightened of them and gets along with large or small. Very bright, affectionate and very alert.



Izzy is the latest clown in the family. She is super fast and agile and is aiming for the Olympic gold medal 100 m! She is one year old and spayed. She is a smallish dog (about 13kg). She is a sweetie and won’t harm a fly, but is somewhat shy, especially with men. She has been a house pet most of her short life, is house-trained and knows basic commands. She has grown up with cats and dogs and walks well on the leash.
Her ideal home has a large compound and another playful dog so she can shed her energy. She can be in a family with children from 8 years. An understanding, experienced dog owner will be ideal.




Komo together with her pup Luna was found along the road and was rescued by one of our volunteer. She is a 1.5 years old, small and very agile. She loves the freedom of being outside. 


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Luna is the daughter to Komo. She was born February 2018 and is a very happy and fiesty pup. She’s always with the other dogs playing. She loves being cuddled and played with. Enjoys playing with balls and playing tug-of-war.


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Tiggy is a 26Kg spayed female approximately 6 yrs old. She is a kind, calm, gentle soul. She loves to give and receive affection. She is house-trained, excellent on the leash, great with kids of all ages. She likes to sleep out at night but enjoys sitting in the lounge in the evening with the family. It is genuinely quite difficult to find fault with this lovely lady.



Born start of April 2018, Tobin is a very fiesty and playful boy. Super friendly and sweet. He craves attention and loves cuddles and being on your lap. 


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Freddie was born March 2018. One of the sweetest pup and loves people, kids and dogs. He knows when to quit if he aggravates other dogs. He is very sweet, gentle with kids and very playful. 


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I invented being ‘laid back’. I am not phased by anything and just go about my business of being a large pup. Want a cuddly teddy bear? I am your man. Born March, 2018. I will be at least 25Kg when grown up.”



Born March 2018, Joey is the biggest pup of his litter. Very confident with dogs and people and very friendly. Loves to boss people and dogs around and possessive with toys and food. Suits well in a house with older dogs or alone.



I was a lonely boy on the road until TNR Trust picked me up. I am now healthy and a very kind-hearted fellow. I have a little ridge on me so maybe there is some pedigree in me? Born April, 2018, I will be medium to big size when I grow up. I am very wise as I observe before jumping into things. Another brown one you say? I show the least dirt on my coat I tell you!



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