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Isabel, Imogen and Iris

22-04-2015

 

 

Breed:West Highland Terriers

Age:5 ish

Minimum Donation: £200

Purple - Isabel
 
 
Pink - Imogen
 
 
Blue - Iris

UPDATE

Imogen, Isabel and Iris went to our vets soon after arriving here on Tuesday.  (The vets usually come out to see our dogs are their health checks but they were too short staffed that day).   The three girls really and truly were little angel and could not have been better behaved or braver.  They are absolutely amazing, lovely, sweet hearted, wonderful Westies.  None of us can speak highly enough of them.
 
The vet aged them as all about five years old.  They live in total peace and harmony with each other and we think they might well be litter sisters.  It is really hard knowing what is best for them as they arrived here from their old Welsh farm home without us having even a snippet of information about any of them !!!!  Not even their names.  Let alone any history or background.  All three arrived with sore, stinking skin.   Iris has very sore skin.  All are having regular Melesab baths - and look so much better already.
 
They are loving investigating the fields and yards.  All are great with other dogs.  They will just about walk with a collar and lead on though they are very timid and unsure.
 
Ideally, all three would go to a great foster home together with foster carers who know and understand what they are seeing so that we can work out what home or homes is best for them.  But this is a huge ask.  We can't seem to even get foster homes for the single dogs here - all of whom are lovely too.

 

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All little angels.  Probably litter sisters aged around 5 years.  All have sore skin.  Iris is on antibiotics for her skin.  All are on melasab baths three times a week.

We have three lovely - but rather moth eaten - newly retired ex breeding Westie girls in today.  They are all going to our vet shortly for through health checks, etc. etc.  So further details shortly.  They all appear to be young middle aged girls (if that makes sense).  All three were happy to have collars on and will walk on leads, though with hesitation.   Their ear flaps are not in good states for some reason.  Two seem to be very happy together and the third seems to want her own space.

Isaac

22-04-2015

Breed:Weimeraner

Age:

Minimum Donation: £200

Issac went to the vets yesterday and was 100 per cent good.  He is very thin, weighing only 29.4 kg.  Our vet aged him about 4 or 5 years old.  It is a real mystery why he was abandoned.  He has a couple of old operation places - so someone somewhere once cared for him.  His manners are ten out of ten.  He is a lovely dog.  Excellent with all other dogs and every person he has met.  His only 'fault' is he hated being in a kennel and really cried.  So he went straight in to an emergency foster home - where he has been calm and quiet.
 
He is such a lovely, striking, dog, we all really hoped he gets snapped up quickly.

Buddy

15-04-2015

Breed:Bichon Frise

Age:2

Minimum Donation: £200

 

Buddy is a very sweet, loyal Bichon Frise cross Poodle 2 year old white coloured dog.  His owners love him dearly but they have not got the time or experience to really look after him any more.  He is now developing a few 'issues'.  Buddy is coming in to us shortly and going straight in to a very good, experienced foster home where he will be assessed, guided and really helped to be a happy, balanced little boy.

 

He is obviously not available for adopting yet.

Zeus

15-04-2015

Breed:Akita

Age:13

Minimum Donation:£200

Zuesy, Akita born 2002. Spent his life protecting his owners small holding. A lovely, gentle old soul. I really hope someone will offer him a great retirement home where he can rest his old bones and enjoy a blissful rest.

Charlie

10-04-2015

 

Breed:Terrier

Age:Older

Minimum Donation:£200

You would need a heart of stone not to be moved by Charlie !!!  He is an older Westie whose elderly owner recently died.  No one in the family or any friends could take Charlie in but a neighbour went in every day to feed him at least.  His owner, who had him when he was a pup in 2002, had become too ill to take him out for exercise, grooming, etc. for a long time.  The other little dog living with them (Charlie's best canine friend) died 18 months ago.
 
So his life has been sad, sad, sad for a very long time.  So you can imagine how very sad, lonely and crushed this lovely, patient, gentle, kind heart, polite, stoic little chap is.
 
He is being seeing by our vet today and will hopefully have a very good groom to make him more comfortable.  Then he MUST MUST MUST go in to a foster home straight after - a place where he can be pampered, have a lot of kind company, start to have gentle exercise and really to restart living again !!!!!

 

Chip ****DESPERATELY NEEDS DONATIONS****

08-04-2015

Breed:Terrier

Age:1 year

Minimum Donation:£200

Foster Carer Update 26/03/2015

Chip was kindly offered a heart scan to find out what is happening with his heart. He has been placed on beater blockers to slow his heart rate down. Chip is in need of heart surgery which is going to cost £3500. Without this surgery chip will die. Please support chip and donate anything you can to enable him to have a long fulfilling life and find that forever home he deserves.

To look at chip you wouldn't think he had anything wrong with him. He is loving, and still very puppy like. He enjoys going for a walk and we are working on his recall. He is house trained and knows his command words. He is an absolute delight to have in our home.He desperately needs funding and someone to take on this gorgeous little dog.

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Foster Carer Update 21/2/2015

Chip is an absolute livewire! But what an amazing dog. He has now had a heart scan and the vets have advised that he has another in 6 months time, but currently no surgery or medication is required. He has now been castrated as well. Chip loves a play and a cuddle. HE eats well and is learning to walk on the lead as he pulls alot at the moment. Chip is house trained and hasn't had any accidents in the house. He is ready to find his new home.

Chip is a small, 12 month old shaggy terrier who was abandoned on the B

recon Beacons, served his time in the Pound, was not claim and has now come over to us to find him a great forever home.   He is very cute, lively and friendly BUT BUT BUT, the vet found the pup has a grade SIX (the worst to have) heart murmur.  This might be why he was thrown out and not claimed.

Anyway, he is going straight in to a foster home to be pampered.  He will be having a heart scan shortly to try and see why his heart is so 'bad'.  Then we will take it from there. 

Margo

08-04-2015

 

Breed:Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Age: 2 1/2 years old

Minimum Donation: £200

Foster Carer Update 08/04/2015

Margo's a spayed, 26 kilo Staffie cross Springer Spaniel bitch about 3 years old.

 
  She's a lovely affectionate dog, she likes people, she's loyal and especially likes to be close to her owner.  
  She likes to curl up next to you on the sofa or put her head in your lap.
  In the cold weather she likes to wriggle way down into your bed with you, partly for the closeness and partly to keep warm; she hasn't got a very long coat.
 
  Margo's a good guard dog, she barks appropriately but not too much if someone comes to the door even if she's home alone.
 
  She likes tinned dog food and kibble but too much of a mixture of human food can make her sick.
 
  She is quite excitable and loves her walks where she behaves very well off the lead, coming when she's called as long as there are no other dogs about.
  Her only problem is that she thinks playing involves snapping at other dogs and she can be somewhat dog aggressive.
  She's very eager to please, though, and responds well to being taught new behaviours.  We're still working on the above.
 
  Margo will suit someone affectionate who can provide her with plenty of walks and has a fairly relaxed attitude to being jumped on.
  She doesn't seem bothered by children but chases cats given the chance.  (And birds, she loves chasing birds).
 
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Margo was found with another dog in Wales. It is thought the other dog was one of her pups about a year old. Soon after she came to Dogs’ Friends she was found to be pregnant, she gave birth to litter of pups who have been homed.

 

Margo has been spayed and vaccinated, she doesn’t have any health problems.

 

We believe that Margo is 2 ½ years old.

 

Margo has settled in well. When she first came she had some minor disagreements with other dogs, but she soon calmed down and gets on well with the boys. She doesn’t seem to like girls. Margo likes to share a bed with other dogs.

 

Whenever she gets a chance she will jump onto working surfaces.

 

Margo is very affectionate she can be a little over the top after she has been left for some time. Margo loves to have a fuss made of her.

 

There is a minimum donation of £200.

 

 

 

 

 

The joker

03-04-2015

Breed:Plummer Terrier

Age:9

Minimum Donation: £200

 

 

The Joker arrived here yesterday with Taz.  She is a nine year old Plummers Terrier and is absolutely lovely and very very cute.  She is in season so has had to be kept apart from her friend Taz as he is not yet neutered.  We are very short of space here and The Joker is very happily sharing a large kennel with the delightful Jacqueline and Sandy !!!!   Three older terrier girls all in perfect harmony.  It is a joy to see them - though very sad that they are here and not in lovely retirement homes yet.
 
The Joker is having her health check today and then would really love to go straight in to a foster or, ever better, forever home.  She has spent the last week in the house at the boarding kennels where they were being held till they could arrive here.  She was a little angel the whole time she was a guest there.  Excellent with all and everything.

 

 

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Taz

03-04-2015

 

 

********URGENT MISSING**********

 

Taz, the 9 year old thin pale golden Lurcher boy, went to a foster home this afternoon.  The foster carer took him and her own dogs for a walk in Cranmore Woods.  Whilst near Cranmore Tower, the two dogs had a scrap and then Taz bolted off.
 
This lovely old boy is now missing there.  He has a collar and lead on.

Breed:Lurcher

Age: 9 years old

Minimum Donation: £200

 

Taz arrived here from West Wales yesterday.  He (and The Joker) belonged to a game keeper.  They were his pets, not working dogs.  When he changed jobs, his new farm work would not allow him to take his pet dogs.  So these poor older dogs had to find new homes.  They spent the last week being very kindly boarded in a commercial kennels in Wales -many thanks to Pat !!!  Both dogs were little superstars there and great with all.
 
Taz is a 9 year lurcher.  He has not been neutered yet. His coat is medium length and a lovely sandy colour.  He is very quiet, gentle and used to living with plenty of other dogs.  He really, really needs to get in to a foster or forever home as he is very sad in kennels !!!!
 
Please consider helping - and then actually help - terrific Taz !!!!

 

 

Gervaise

31-03-2015

 

 

Breed:Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Age:3 ish

Minimum Donation: £200

 

Gervaise, like Gregory, would have died this morning if we had not taken them in as their time was up to be claim from the Pound.  Gervaise is actually microchipped and the Warden Service contacted the female who is his registered owner.  But it seemed she had given him away to a succession of people and no one wanted him when the novelty of being a dog owner wore off !!!! 

 

The pictures don't do him justice.  He is a beautiful shiny dark brindle colour and a very proud looking dog.  He has not been neutered yet but we will get this done asap when he is settled.  He is about 3 years old we believe but will get him aged by the vet tomorrow.   Gervaise is lively and very friendly to all people and seems to have very good manners.

Dolly reserved

29-03-2015

 

Breed:Bichon Frise

Age:7

Minimum Donation: £200

Dolly is a lovely, gentle girl who has come to DF's after being retired from breeding. She has been with me for three days and is proving to be a very friendly, playful little character. She gets on well with my three dogs, loves exploring the garden and having a game of chase with me or my Staffie Lucy. She is quickly learning to walk on the lead and seem to travel happily in the car.
Dolly's ideal home would be with another little friendly dog as a playmate, where some one is home for most of the time to give her the love and cuddles she deserves.

Jacqueline and Sandy

27-03-2015

 

 

Breed:Jack Russells

Age:8 Years Old

Minimum Donation: £200


Jacqueline and Sandy are two 8 year old little sister who as inseparable.  They have spent their whole lives together on a Welsh farm as breeding bitches.  Both have been much loved and very well cared for.  They are real sweet hearts and so deserve a great new home together.  They are small short coated, tan and white - and really hard to tell apart as they have very similar markings.

Sophie

27-03-2015

Breed:Shih Tzu

Age:Unknown

Minimum Donation: £200

Sophie is a very special 8 year old Shih Tzu who has just retired from her life as the breeding dog on a Welsh farm. She must find a home where there is at least one other friendly dog as she loves and needs other dogs and is learning a lot from my own dog. Sophie has been very well mannered around my baby, cats and other dogs. She needs more training on the lead which I have been doing as she obviously has never been on one but with time I am sure she will be fine as she is a very intelligent dog. Also house training has been coming along well. A few accidents now and then but getting better with training. Sophie is a very loving and kind dog that any family would be lucky to have. 


Sophie is a very special Shih Tzu who has just retired from her life as the breeding dog on a Welsh farm.  She is delightfully friendly and so happy.  She must find a great forever home where there is at least one other friendly dog to help her settle in to her new live as a pampered pet.  Sophie is very sweet and gentle.  She was delighted to spend the night in a comfortable big kennel with two other little dogs (Jacqueline and Sandy) who she had not met before.

Connie

16-03-2015

 

 

Breed:Collie

Age:6 Months

Minimum Donation:£200

 

Connie is a young (about 12 months old) black and white collie who has been here for several weeks now.  She has spent her whole life in a sheep trailer with her brother and sister after being bred in error and unwanted by the sheep farmers.

This lovely, bright, active girl is really thriving now.  She bickers in the kennel with her brother, Chase, but when they are out, there is peace and harmony.  Both the dogs are getting so much braver and are starting to walk well on their harnesses.   They were too scared to come out of their kennel when they first arrived here.  Now they love racing around the fields freely.  For some reason, they both seem to absolutely adore little children.  The youngest ones they have met here are 7 years.  Connie has shown zero aggression or snappiness to anyone or any other dog (except, as mentioned, bickering with excitement with Chase when kennelled).

Connie is really ready for a great forever, or even foster, home now.  In the country side with kind, patient, sensible people, preferably with lovely gentle children !!!!

 

Rocky

16-03-2015

 

Breed:Staffordshire Bull Terrier X Springer

Age:6 Months

Minimum Donation:£200

UPDATE

Rocky Went to his new home recently, but sadly his new owners were too inexperienced to train such a yound lively pup. Rocky now neeeds to find a suitable home where he is given boundaries and rules to follow.

Little rocky is now ready for applications to adopt him. He's a very well mannered boy, excellent with well behaved children, good with other dogs, fully vaccinated and castrated. He will need a living forever home. Someone who can exercise, discipline and train him as well as love him. He needs boundaries (like all pups).  For this he has been fully vaccinated, castrated and flead & wormed. 

 

One of margo's puppies who was born here in July. He will need lots of exercise and training and discipline as well as love.  Very affectionate, clever and sociable young boy. Will make a fantastic addition to an active household. Good with dogs and children.

Dora (What a stunner)

23-02-2015

 

Breed:Huntaway

Age:7 months ish

Minimum Donation:£200

Dora is an adorable, large, young (7 months or there about's) short coated, handsome young dog.  The Pound said she is a Huntaway.  We are not sure about that.  We are sure that is she a great dog and it is so sad she was dumped!!!

 

We hope Dora can go in to a foster home asap for further assessing.  She has been 100 per cent here.

Oreo

15-02-2015

Oreo needs a FOSTER or FOREVER home ASAP

Breed: Collie

Age: 8 months

Minimum Donation:£200

Foster Carer Update 24/03/2015

All is going well with Oreo. He gets on brilliantly with our Collie and our westie keeps the both of them in line.
 
Oreo is a lovely dog and quick to learn. He appears fully house trained, as he has not had any accidents here. He loves toys and is slowly learning that he can't have them all. He has come on loads with his fear of cars and with a bit more training we hope he will forget all about that soon.
 
He is great on walks, and always comes back when off the lead. I think he would love to be re-homed with another dog as he loves to play. 
 
We have not introduced him to the cat yet but will try that in the next couple of days.
 
 

Oreo is an eight month old tri coloured collie.  He was purchased when he was 8 weeks old by a family from a Welsh farm.  He became too strong, too active, too clever and just too much for the family to cope with.  (He had working farm collie parents so being a quiet little house dog is too big an ask for him and other with that back ground).

 

Unlike Aretian, sadly Oreo does not seem to have had basic training or manners - BUT he is improving very quickly here and will, in the right hands, make a great dog.  He is excellent with all the other young dogs and with all his carers or exercisers.  He's just in need of the right, committed forever home.

Butch

10-02-2015
 

 

Age: 1year

Breed: Parson Jack Russell

Minimum Donation: £200

 

Butch is a very cute Parsons Jack Russell who will be one year old at the end of this month.  He has had rather a sad life.  He was sold to a lady and went to live with her when he was only 4 weeks old.  The lady loved him dearly but she was disabled and lived in a top floor flat.  So Butch did not have the right exercise or socializing which is vital for all dogs, especially ones that leave their mother and litter mates far too early. 

 

The lady realised that Butch needed a different life then the one she could offer him, so he came to us when he was seven months old.  He did very well and, after spending a few weeks being nurtured in a lovely foster home, we was adopted.  Very sadly, this home proved not to be suitable for him and he was recently returned.  We have done more work with him and no one has had any problems with him.  He is learning to play well with other dogs.   Though he is still nervous and excitable, he has chilled out a lot with everyone.  

 

Butch is a very cute Parsons Jack Russell who will be one year old at the end of this month.  He has had rather a sad life.  He was sold to a lady and went to live with her when he was only 4 weeks old.  The lady loved him dearly but she was disabled and lived in a top floor flat.  So Butch did not have the right exercise or socializing which is vital for all dogs, especially ones that leave their mother and litter mates far too early. 

 

The lady realised that Butch needed a different life then the one she could offer him, so he came to us when he was seven months old.  He did very well and, after spending a few weeks being nurtured in a lovely foster home, we was adopted.  Very sadly, this home proved not to be suitable for him and he was recently returned.  We have done more work with him and no one has had any problems with him.  He is learning to play well with other dogs.   Though he is still nervous and excitable, he has chilled out a lot with everyone.  

 

Butch is a very cute Parsons Jack Russell who will be one year old at the end of this month.  He has had rather a sad life.  He was sold to a lady and went to live with her when he was only 4 weeks old.  The lady loved him dearly but she was disabled and lived in a top floor flat.  So Butch did not have the right exercise or socializing which is vital for all dogs, especially ones that leave their mother and litter mates far too early. 

 

The lady realised that Butch needed a different life then the one she could offer him, so he came to us when he was seven months old.  He did very well and, after spending a few weeks being nurtured in a lovely foster home, we was adopted.  Very sadly, this home proved not to be suitable for him and he was recently returned.  We have done more work with him and no one has had any problems with him.  He is learning to play well with other dogs.   Though he is still nervous and excitable, he has chilled out a lot with everyone.  

A message to you - 7th February 2015

07-02-2015

We always take every possible care to match the right dog with the right home, after carefully assessing all the dogs that come in to us to work out their needs and character, etc.  Wherever possible, dogs go in to foster homes for even better assessment and back up.  Sadly, obviously, sometimes things don't work out in our dogs new homes.  This rarely happens as we try to take every care.

 

We were very disappointed (and surprised!) to have several of our dogs returned from their new homes a few weeks ago.  One of the dogs had been in the home for several years even.  The others for several months or several weeks.  All four were returned because of 'issues' that none had shown here or at their  foster homes.  And very interestingly, none have shown any of these 'issues' here or at their foster homes.   

 

So now they have all four been back for weeks and all been really good, we will try and find them great new forever homes.  All their 'issues' will be explained to anyone interested in them but, to be fair, we will just really do write ups describing how we have always found the dog to be - before they were originally adopted and since they have been back here.  All have been great dogs and have been handled by a range of staff and volunteers plus been with other dogs.  There have been NO problems with any of them.  

Buster

25-01-2015

Breed:Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Age: 7

Minimum Donation:£200

Foster Carer Update 27/2/2015

Buster has been with me for nearly two weeks. He settled in very quickly.

On walks he is kept on the lead due to his unreliability with other dogs and also too much running aggravates the arthritis is his shoulder. He is fine with other dogs when on the lead. He lets off steam in the garden playing with his ball.
He ignores my chickens when they are in the run and steers well clear of the horses, he thinks they are very scary!
He is a super dog in the house, not put a foot wrong, rarely vocal and loves his bed.
 

 

This lovely older Staffie urgently needs a forever, or at least, a foster home.

Here are some pictures of buster, we thought he was older than he is, but  after doing some working out he is actually 7 and will be 8 this year. He is neutered and  good with children but not with cats or other dogs, he walks perfect on the lead doesn’t pull just plods along wagging his tail it’s not recommended that he runs around off the lead as has arthritis in his right shoulder so will limp if exercised  too much. He loves running around garden with toys football etc,loves a bath and jumbones.

Jessie

16-01-2015

Age: 7 years 

Breed: Labrador X Malamute

Minimum Donation:£200

 

This week Jessie has been a Dogs Friend dog for a whole year. We still haven't managed to find this striking lady a forever home. 

 

Although Jessie was in a foster home for a while, she is back in Kennels now. Jessie desperately needs a foster or forever home. Please get in contact to adopt or foster Jess

 

Jessie's Story

Jess grew up on a small holding. Unfortunately Jessie became too unreliable around the cats on the small holding were she lived with her older lady owner/ So sadly she is now here. She is such a lovely dog. Poor Jess keeps howling and crying softly to herself when she is left (the Malamute half of her). But when she is out and about with people, she is very happy, obedient and waggy, especially when treats are involved (that's the Labrador half of her). We really hope to find Jessie a lovely, active country home as soon as possible where there are no felines and the owners are experienced, calm and sensible - in return, they will have a great friend.

 

In her foster home Jess showed some good progress:

  • Her resource guarding is improving as she becomes more secure.

  • Her recall is patchy but improving.

  • Her relationships with other dogs still has a way to go - work in progress. She's less growly on meeting other dogs (I'm giving her lots of neutral / positive experiences with confident local dogs) but she just doesn't know when to stop sniffing them and following them about which annoys them.

  • And I don't think she'd encountered traffic before.

  • She hasn't howled in ages.

  • She likes to run barking to anyone who comes to the gate.

  • She's adorable with people, and behaves like a playful puppy quite a lot of the time.

  • Her ideal situation would be to go somewhere with lots of people and activity and cuddles, but no other dogs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

Alba

02-10-2014

 

Alba is a gorgeous dog from Romania, Dogsfriends kindly agreed to take her in from an organisation that raise funds to bring them over from dreadful high kill shelters, where the dogs are literally beaten to death rather than being PTS once the shelters are full.

 

She is a wonderful dog, walks nicely on a lead, appears to be house-trained using a dog flap too. Alba is more Labrador than anything. She loves people and kids but we wouldn't place her anywhere with young children as we don't have a full history on her.

 

However she gets on well with my 12 and 13 year old.

 

Alba would love a home with another dog to keep her company. Alba did have a bout of Distemper, from which she is completely cured now, but does have a post Distemper tremor which means she constantly trembles a little bit. This doesn't cause her any concern or pain but it is just something for potential adopters to bear in mind when they meet her.

 

Could you offer Alba a family of her own?

 

There is a minimum donation of £200

 

 

Update from foster carer 1/10/14

 

So, we need a foster home for a dog that we're fostering for another rescue. The other rescue are happy for us to appeal on their behalf. Alba has been fostering with us (me Cerian) for a few months now. When she arrived I saw that she had a slight tremour in her back legs and after much research it seems that this is from having distemper as a pup but amazingly surviving it. Alba fits in fine into our busy household, gets on with the kids, visitors, other dogs etc but she's started to fit occasionally, again this is thought to be from distemper years ago. This in itself isn't a huge problem, although not very nice for her. The problem is that living in a large pack of dogs, a dog that fits is not safe, when dogs fits generally other dogs will pitch in and attack the fitting dog. After her last fit my dogs think that there is something rather wrong with her (and they'd be right) so now they have taken a dislike to her even when she's not fitting. She is fine with some dogs like Squirrel, max, sara and with the tiny dogs. So Alba sadly needs a new long term/permanent foster home. She loves her walks and is very spritely, she's only 4 in her passport but looks about 10 when you meet her, until she has a funny five mins and races round playing. If you think you could offer her the safe and comfy foster home she deserves then please contact me and we'll go from there. At the moment she is kept separate from the majority of the dogs to keep her safe, this obviously isn't ideal for her because it means she's not in with us all the time which is where she'd like to be, also my house is fairly small and all the space is needed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tim

24-07-2014

 

Tim, the middle aged Collie, came to us last year in a sorry state. He was found straying on the Brecon Beacons and was very very frail and lame. Our vets x-rayed his legs and discovered he had old breaks on a front and a back leg, neither legs having been set and pinned to get them right. After a few weeks of care and comfort, he got fitter and was able to go and live on a local farm as a companion to the retired, elderly farmer.

 

All went very well for many months. Very unfortunately, Tim went for another dog that appeared on 'his' farm and inadvertently bit that dogs owner when she tried to part the dogs. Even more unfortunately, the lady complained to the local police and has made a very big issue out of this. The police, though very understanding, have insisted that, to protect Tim, we remove him. The farmer is devastated at losing his constant friend and companion. Tim is not feeling much happier either.

 

This lovely lad needs a foster or, even better, a forever home asap please.

 

 

 

 

 

Bruno

03-04-2014

 

Bruno is a small terrier cross mainly Jack Russell, but a little longer in the body than the average Jack Russell.

 

Bruno was homed with an elderly gentleman in July of last year. Sadly, the gentleman had a heart attack in February. It has now been confirmed that he cannot return to his home so Bruno needs a new home.

 

Bruno doesn’t like cats, there have been some issues with dogs, but he is living with other dogs now with no problem.

 

There is a minimum donation of £200

 

 

 

 

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