***POTENTIAL ADOPTERS PLEASE NOTE THAT WE WOULD PREFER DAISY TO BE REHOMED LOCALLY SO THAT WE CAN OFFER BEHAVIOURAL HELP IF NEEDED***
Daisy absolutely loves being with people just as much as she loves her playtime and toys (indestructable ones are needed for this girl!). She responds very well to verbal praise and treats so the potential is definitely there for an experienced owner to help her become the loyal companion we know she can be. Daisy will benefit enormously from regular exercise and a structured training regime. She weighs 28+kg and is a powerful dog so will need someone who can handle her with confidence. A quiet home would be best for this lovely girl. We may consider a home for her with sensible, older children.
***Please note that we can only rehome to adopters that live within an hour's travelling distance at the moment***
Gorgeous Flynn is just over a year old and looking for his forever home. He is currently being looked after by one of our most experienced fosterers and sharing a home with four other collies, two staffies and a whole menagerie of other animals, including some very dog-savvy cats. We are looking for a home for Flynn with a very active, collie-experienced adopter who will be able to meet both his physical and mental needs, and continue his training. It's essential too that Flynn be rehomed with another calm, well-behaved dog, preferably another collie, that he can befriend and gain confidence from.
Flynn would probably be happiest in an adult only household but we will consider a home for him with sensible, older children. This beautiful boy has so much potential.
***PLEASE NOTE THAT WE CAN ONLY REHOME TO ADOPTERS THAT LIVE WITHIN AN HOUR'S TRAVELLING DISTANCE AT THE MOMENT***
Handsome Zeus is almost three years old and looking for his forever home. He came into our care via the Inspectorate having been rescued along with several other GSDs.
Zeus will need a lot of time and patience. It's unlikely that he will bond with his new owner straight away so several visits will be needed and Zeus must not be put under any pressure. He is such a great dog and the rewards will be immense for anyone willing to make that effort with him.
Sadly Zeus has already had two failed adoptions. As he became more comfortable in the home environment a certain level of defensiveness appeared and it is clear that Zeus does not like people in his personal space unless he chooses them to be.
Zeus doesn't need a mansion to live in but he does need space to play in a decently-sized garden with non-see through fencing and gates to help curb his territorial instincts. A quiet, rural home would be ideal for him, with a breed-experienced owner who understands this type of behaviour and can handle it calmly. Zeus may also benefit from being rehomed with another dog, preferably a bitch of a similar size. We believe Zeus will respond positively to a good routine and predictable structure to his day. He is definitely a bright boy who would enjoy training sessions and being given a job to do.
In the right hands, this beautiful boy will be a real star.
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