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Our Dogs For Rehoming

 

 

FREDDIE

 

 


Freddie is a castrated male Lurcher approximately 5 years old. He came to us as a stray after being passed around to lots of different homes so he hasn't had the best start in life. Freddie enjoys being around people and going out for long walks, he can get bit excited sometimes so we feel a home with no children or older children would suit him best. He has not yet been dog tested but seems to be okay around some dogs, so could possibly live with another dog after introductions. If you feel like you could offer Freddie a loving new home please contact the kennels.

 


 


 

 

DOMINO

 

 

 

This handsome chap is Domino a castrated male Collie x Labrador who is 16 months old. He originally came to us as a stray and found a new home however due to personal reasons he has been returned :( Domino does have some issues and been in the kennel environment isn't helping him so we are looking for a suitable home as soon as possible for him, with the right training and socialising Domino would make a loving companion. For more information or if you would like to meet domino please contact us on 01482 701738

 



 

 

BRUCE

 

 

Bruce is a male x breed approximately 2-3 years old. When he first came to us Bruce was a little nervous but after been with us for a few weeks he has now settled in and enjoys playing with the staff and going out for long walks. Bruce seems to get on okay with other dogs so would be able to live with another dog after introductions. We feel a home with children over the age of 8 would best suit Bruce. If you feel like you could offer Bruce a loving new home please contact the kennels.

 

 


 

WILL

 

 

 

Will is a castrated male whippet cross approx 3 to 4 years old, when he first arrived at the kennels he was in a very sorry state, very underweight with yellow fur and covered in cuts on his face and legs, however after weeks of feeding him and getting him cleaned up Will is now back to full health. He used to be a very nervous, quiet dog however has now found his confidence. Will has been in the kennels since July and is now starting to get stressed out so is not showing the best behaviour when people come looking round, however once he is away from the other dogs he does settle down and is quite a loving dog. Will seems okay with some dogs so could possibly live with another after introductions however we will not rehome Will with children of any age due to his behaviour in kennels. If you feel like you could offer Will a loving new home please contact the kennels.