Wilf has come to us as an unclaimed stray. He has now been vaccinated and neutered and is ready to start a new life with a new family. We have found him to a great little chap who enjoys peoples company. He is fun playfull and energetic.
TO BE REHOMED EITHER TOGETHER OR SEPARATELY.
White and tan Raven (aged 4) and tan Fazor (aged 3) are lurcher girls who have come to us as their owner can no longer look after them. These affectionate dogs have previously lived with children aged eight and ten. Fazor is probably the more confident of the two; Raven can be a little bit ‘barky’ when she meets people for the first time. Both dogs walk nicely on the lead, are good travellers and are happy at the vets and when being groomed.
Boris is a bouncy black and white ex stray dog estimated to be about 2 years old. We think he is an ex farm dog. He is very full on and we are recommending someone with breed experience to bring out the best in him. He is friendly and enthusiastic and would benefit from an owner who would take him on regular long country walks.
Dan is a gentle 2 year old black and white ex farm dog. He is timid but friendly when he gets to know you and then loves to give you a hug. We know from previous experience that these farm collies usually come out of their shells once they are settled into their new homes and have a steady routine and regular exercise. Dan could live with another calm dog. We think a quiet adult only home would be best for him. A household with older calm children would be considered.
We are looking for a home for Winnie with a terrier-experienced owner where she will definitely need to be the only pet. Winnie would be great in a family environment but we think she’d be best suited to a home with older children only. Winnie has been so badly mistreated in her previous life. She’s such a great little character and she now deserves a very special home. Winnie had to have an operation to rebuild her jaw. We can’t show you all her injuries as they are too horrible. Winnie had her operation on 10 December and is recovering well. She is currently being fostered and is still looking for a special permanent home.
****Bailey is being rehomed under our Elderly Animal Rehoming Scheme (EARS) which offers financial support with vets’ fees.****
Bailey might be twelve years old but there is certainly a lot of life left in him! Bailey is such a happy little chap and he’s a firm favourite with the staff at the kennels. He loves to have ‘office-time’ where he gets a fuss and a cuddle – and treats, of course. Bailey trots along very nicely on the lead, and does a very cute ‘sit’ and ‘paw’. This little guy has so much love and affection to give. We are recommending that Bailey be the only dog in an adult only home, although we may consider a home for him with older children.