Sausage is a fantastic friendly boy who loves the company of other dogs. He came in via an inspector due to welfare issues as he had hardly any hair. With the correct diet and some medication this has nearly all grown back. He does seem to have some separation problems so a new owner must have the time and patience to put into helping with this.
Sausage loves to have a run around so someone with a large garden/land would be ideal. He is also a brilliant traveller and loves to be in a vehicle.
If you are a lurcher lover and can offer him a new home please fill in the online adoption form.
Bella came originally to us as a stray dog with little back ground information. Sadly she has been rehomed and returned to us. She struggles when being left alone and will chew with anxiety. She has had contact with children and been good and has been good with other dogs. She loves to be around people and can give you a lovely smile. She would need to be in a home where she was not left alone. She is learning to walk on a lead and responds well to affection. She needs someone who can be there to provide stability and safety.
Max is a very intelligent boy with a strong capacity to learn new things. He is capable of being a loving and affectionate boy, but will need someone who can give him the right training and stimulation to build his confidence.
Max can be unsure of new things so a calm environment and an experienced owner will help him greatly. He will benefit from scent work, rather than ball play to build a good relationship with his new owner(s). This will help him be more responsive and sensitive to his surroundings.
He has sadly been returned to us so the next step needs to be the forever home. This will require someone able to ask for help and take it when needed, someone with a long term view and time and patience to see him through the initial fears to build the amazing relationship he would like to offer you.
At the kennels Max has been able to walk happily along side calm, female dogs who he has been carefully introduced to, but has previously found meeting other dogs who are more energetic and vocal difficult.
For these reasons, a home without children would be advised.
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