Available to Adopt

Below are our current dogs available for Adoption – please read the description carefully to make sure that you are the perfect person/family for a dog before applying to adopt. We consider each prospective adopter individually and will only place one of our dogs with the ‘right’ family.
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Check back here soon  – when our current foster dogs are ready for adoption they will be put on here for you to view with full instructions on how to apply! We have many new dogs at Phoenix who are not quite ready for adoption yet! Please look at our New Arrivals for introductions and our News posts to get updates on how they are doing in foster!

Available for Adoption 2018

**** BORIS IS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION ***

Applications CLOSED Thursday 9th August 2018

I can’t lie; it kills me to write this as I would love to keep this boy. He is so funny and gentle, and just adorable.

Boris is not perfect, not by any means, but he is young and does as a puppy does. He will chew if not watched – rugs, blankets, papers, boxes ….. so watch him! But he is very good in his crate at night and if left for a couple of hours, so no need to worry on that point – and it stops the chewing. He loves toys and so the more the better.

At only 5 months old he has been castrated WAY too early, but what’s done is done. It will be important that he has stability now to make sure he doesn’t feel unsafe as he has no testosterone to back up that fight or flight reflex and so could become anxious.

He arrived as a very scared lad who had been left for long periods of time in a crate while his owners worked. And he barked, he barked a lot. We have not found him to be noisy at night – a couple of woofs on the first night but he settled well and is very clean at night too. He is a chatty lad though and will bark for attention and in play. He took a few hours – yes, that’s all – to start accepting fuss without fear, and we had snuggles and kisses that night too. He does take a few days to settle though as he is a very busy lad, on the go and playing all day, but by days 2 and then 3 he was relaxing to sleep in the garden or at my feet as I work. He just finds play with other doggy pals to be irresistible – whatever size they are. But be patient and he WILL settle – he is worth it, truly. He is less confident around men but as soon as he realises they are kind to him he is happy. Any visitor to the house will get a fabulous welcome as he wiggles his whole body and dances from paw to paw; so cute.

It was said that he is a Bulldog x Frenchie – and that jutting jaw is surely not Frenchie but his colour and style of play does make me wonder if he may be Boxer cross, but whatever he is doesn’t really matter as he is a wonderfully-natured lad who MUST have at least one other dog to play with and to give him his confidence. He has absolutely no breathing issues ans is quite leggy so is very athletic too.

Boris will need to be treated as a puppy and be taken back to some basic training for jumping up and general manners but he is a very biddable lad and is keen to please. He really will be a wonderful member of a family, maybe not with very young children as he is bouncy and a little mouthy but is learning all the time. He is quite a big lad – already the size of a fully-grown Frenchie and may get a little bigger yet, but he is very gentle with himself, no launching at you, just gently jumping to reach for a fuss.

Cats – he lived with cats but unless you are a cat owner who is prepared for there to be initial teething problems in settling both cat and dog, please don’t apply – we don’t want to have to uplift him because he chases a cat that runs. Cats do run, dogs do chase but time usually sorts it out.

Yes, I am rather smitten with this lad, he has something very special about him and you can just feel it when he looks at you. But I cant keep him as others need helping too …. can you love him for me?

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If you would like to apply for Boris AND YOU HAVE READ THE ADOPTION GUIDELINES AND CAN AFFORD THE ADOPTION FEES, please read the following:

1. Complete an Adoption Application form that can be downloaded from the website. Before doing this please make sure that you fulfil the criteria required and read the Adoption Guidelines thoroughly – available on the website.

2. Once completed with as much detail as possible please email or post your form to your Regional Coordinator. They will inform you if you meet the required criteria before passing the form to the Management Team for consideration. The most likely candidates for each dog being adopted will then receive a home visit after which a decision will be taken and announced here. No names will be given out publicly.

3. All dogs entering adoption are subject to a 2 week ‘trial period’ for the family and the dog to decide if they like each other. The Adoption Fee is only payable after this time – details of this fee can be found on the Adoption Guidelines, please ensure you have read them thoroughly and understand what is expected of you, and that you can afford to take on a rescue dog.

Payment plans are not available

All Phoenix Rescue Dogs have 5 weeks free insurance on completion of Adoption contracts.

**** APPLICATIONS FOR BORIS WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL 7PM THURSDAY 9TH AUGUST AFTER WHICH THE CHECKING PROCESS WILL BEGIN AND NO FURTHER APPLICATIONS WILL BE TAKEN. ****

Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive it is not possible to contact each one personally, sorry. Please watch the FB page for updates.

 

**** ROMNEY PPP IS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION ****

Applications CLOSED Friday 10th August 2018

‘This adoption post has just been reactivated as we still need the prefect home for Romney – she is really adorable, I am shocked that she has not been snapped up’

Another little beauty with no photos, but although she definitely is a pretty girl, blue brindle, her true beauty is her nature. She will climb your legs to get up your body for a fuss and a cuddle; she craves it, she wants it, she needs it! Romney positively lives for love and praise.

Although this 2 year old lady has had a tough start in life, and has the droopy ear to prove it, she has been lovingly nursed back to health and overcome demodex too. Her new home will need to be attentive in keeping her ears clean, but there are much better now. She is a bouncy girl i good health, so her demands for attention make make her too ‘scatchy’ for young children but she will cuddle up to older ones.

Romney isn’t really a doggy dog – she needs people around her and can get a bit snappy with another dog, and wont like sharing toys and food either, but a human can take them. She has only just started to show interest in toys (a ball) but enjoys chew treats, like antlers. She doesn’t really like sharing her human with other dogs either, despite being in foster with 2 very laid-back pooches. No friendships have emerged; no enemies or fights either, but a bit of a stalemate really. That does extend to dogs out and about when she is walking on a lead – they will get a grumble if they sniff her, just to let them know she does not want to be pals, thanks. If taken to training, in a safer environment, she may learn to interact and be better socialised, and could benefit from this.

She lived outdoors prior to rescue so her house-training has had to go back to basics, and it is pretty good with just a very occasional accident. Surprisingly, she walks really nicely on lead and her recall is good off it too, probably due to gr human attachment. Traffic and outdoor sounds don’t seem to scare her.

Romney is happy to sleep in a crate, but if not in one she is not a problem and can be left happily for a couple of hours, overnight for bed, and does not chew or cry. She is a great family dog really, especially if Mum or Dad are home lots, that is what she needs.

Could you offer Romney a loving home? Read the following very carefully:

1. Complete an Adoption Application form that can be  downloaded from the website. Before doing this please make sure that you fulfil the criteria required and read the Adoption Guidelines thoroughly –  available on the website.

2. Once completed with as much detail as possible please email or post your form to your Regional Coordinator. They will inform you if you meet the required criteria before passing the form to the Management Team for consideration. The most likely candidates for each dog being adopted will then receive a home visit after which a decision will be taken and announced here. No names will be given out publicly.

3. All dogs entering adoption are subject to a 2 week ‘trial period’ for the family and the dog to decide if they like each other. The Adoption Fee is only payable after this time – details of this fee can be found on the Adoption Guidelines, please ensure you have read them thoroughly and understand what is expected of you, and that you can afford to take on a rescue dog.

Payment plans are not available

All Phoenix Rescue Dogs have 5 weeks free insurance on completion of Adoption contracts.

**** APPLICATIONS FOR ROMNEY WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL 7PM, FRIDAY 10th AUGUST AFTER WHICH THE CHECKING PROCESS WILL BEGIN AND NO FURTHER APPLICATIONS WILL BE TAKEN. ****

Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive it is not possible to contact each one personally, sorry. Please watch the page for updates.

 

 

**** PETRA IS AVAILABLE TO ADOPT ****

Applications Extended

Petra was brought to our attention by several members of the public as she was being advertised on a less-than-reputable website as ‘no longer required’. At only 4 Years 9 months old, roughly, she has had one litter and was being sold off unspayed. Yes, money did have to exchange hands to get her to safety.

And what a scared little girl she was on arrival, a small fawn girl, very sweet but so unsure of what was happening to her. We very quickly learned that some men scare her and she feels more comfortable with women but in foster she has shown herself to be okay with quieter and smaller men but any large men scare her and although she has learned not to be aggressive, she can display fight or flight tendencies, so needs to be reassured and managed kindly.

She has been in foster with one of our very experienced fosterers who also happens to be a behaviourist and she has helped Petra to begin the emptying of her ‘stress bucket’ which was brimming over when we first uplifted her and her initial fosterers rather sadly got her at full overload so were sad not to be able to keep her. She definitely needed some time-out and support, and has now had this. The report from her fosterer is very promising:

“Petra is pretty normal and I’m sure someone could manage her – full on bundle of energy. Very clean-manners which still need improvement as she knew nothing but will now sit – think she speaks a foreign language. Will bark and lunge at ‘manly’ men still but is not openly aggressive [fear]. She loves company – another full on energetic dog that likes wrestling as a brother maybe? If introduced correctly she will benefit. She is still barking at some people when out – she would suit a lady or a quieter man – she’s okay with [fosterer’s husband – a calm, gentle-mannered man] but gets anxious with big men or teenagers being rowdy, but she is not openly aggressive – I think she was just pushed over her limits initially with all the stress – a little noisy when first left but settles – very clean not destructive.”

She has shown no interest in cats when out and about but is not fully tested so we won’t take any risks there. Her fear of noise may make her unsuitable for a family home unless it is a much older or quiet child who will give her space and love.

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If you would like to apply for Petra AND YOU HAVE READ THE ADOPTION GUIDELINES AND CAN AFFORD THE ADOPTION FEES, please read the following:

1. Complete an Adoption Application form that can be downloaded from the website. Before doing this please make sure that you fulfil the criteria required and read the Adoption Guidelines thoroughly – available on the website.

2. Once completed with as much detail as possible please email or post your form to your Regional Coordinator. They will inform you if you meet the required criteria before passing the form to the Management Team for consideration. The most likely candidates for each dog being adopted will then receive a home visit after which a decision will be taken and announced here. No names will be given out publicly.

3. All dogs entering adoption are subject to a 2 week ‘trial period’ for the family and the dog to decide if they like each other. The Adoption Fee is only payable after this time – details of this fee can be found on the Adoption Guidelines, please ensure you have read them thoroughly and understand what is expected of you, and that you can afford to take on a rescue dog.

Payment plans are not available

All Phoenix Rescue Dogs have 5 weeks free insurance on completion of Adoption contracts.

**** APPLICATIONS FOR PETRA WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL 7pm FRIDAY 17th AUGUST AFTER WHICH THE CHECKING PROCESS WILL BEGIN AND NO FURTHER APPLICATIONS WILL BE TAKEN. ****

Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive it is not possible to contact each one personally, sorry.

***HUX FOSTER TO ADOPT***
**Home visit passed please**

SORTED THANK YOU!

This poor lad came to us from an incredibly busy household, and although some dogs thrive on this, Hux isn’t one of them. He was lashing out in his confusion but his owner knew that it wasn’t his fault and asked for a quieter home for him. He is not quite 2 years old yet but needs a more tranquil life. He is in a foster-home now where his foster-parents are helping him to unpick the fear he has developed, have given him a quite routine and he is slowly morphing into the dog he should be. It was a selfless act for his owner to part with him, and a very emotional one, but he is able to be a much better dog for it.

In addition to the above requirements, Hux will need someone who can be around for much of the time to give him the attention he needs. We will also be arranging a behaviourist for Hux and this is now quite urgent.

Location is no issue we will move the dog the length and breadth of the country to his suitable home.

Hux can live with a calm dog, strictly no children or cats, must be a calm environment. Please send a message on the contact form on this website if you would like to be considered for HUX.

 

**** CINNAMON IS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION ****

Applications CLOSED Sunday 12th August 2018 at 7pm 

I have only just introduced her and now I am doing her adoption post!

Cinnamon is a very sweet little girl, only just 2 years old and has been assessed in the care of one of our very experienced foster-carers, and has also been seen by our behaviourist. Their findings were summed up by her fosterer as follows:

“Cinnamon needs a lot of time patience and training in her new home. She will need a particularly patient owner with no children as she can be very boisterous and full-on. She needs confidence building and would be suited to a stable pack if going with other dogs. She should be kept calm and not teased with balls or sticks as this inflames her obsession.
Her walks should be kept to under 30 min off-lead [once adopted or in an enclosed space] multiple times or longer on lead dependant on the weather as she doesn’t cope at all in the heat. She needs a home free from small furries that she can chase or obsess over, my chickens are now used to her but she will spend hours running round the coop if I let her.
Cinnamon is still aggressive to other dogs who enter her territory but doesn’t maim it’s more a ‘I’m here look at me, it’s my house not yours’ – even if the other dog does nothing and ignores her she is still in their face for over an hour. Thankfully I have a very patient wolfhound to help but all new dogs get the same aggressive treatment. I think a lot more introductions and a lot more time and patience will help.

She seems to be over food aggression with my dogs but wouldn’t be so sure about that with new dogs.

Her allergies are managed well with meds so no issues there.

Weight has definitely improved with less obsessing and shorter walks. She is keeping the Chappie down, better than the raw or kibble I tried.

She is fully house trained and sleeps very well and is not a noisy snorer. Her lead training is coming on but still needs work.

She is jumpy on meeting new people in house and as long as they ignore her until she is calmed she doesn’t bite them. She vehemently hates the cat!!”

Pretty comprehensive, I think you will agree? So no children, no cats but dogs who are tolerant and calm, probably larger than her, should be okay. This is a little lady who is used to being in charge, used to having all the attention and getting her own way for almost 2 years. It just needs some gentle unpicking. She clearly has a sensitive tummy too and although many of us can be quite snobby about Chappie, many dogs with sensitive tums thrive on it – as she is.

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If you would like to apply for Cinnamon AND YOU HAVE READ THE ADOPTION GUIDELINES AND CAN AFFORD THE ADOPTION FEES, please read the following:

1. Complete an Adoption Application form that can be downloaded from the website. Before doing this please make sure that you fulfil the criteria required and read the Adoption Guidelines thoroughly – also

available on the website.

2. Once completed with as much detail as possible please email or post your form to your Regional Coordinator. They will inform you if you meet the required criteria before passing the form to the Management Team for consideration. The most likely candidates for each dog being adopted will then receive a home visit after which a decision will be taken and announced the Facebook page, No names will be given out publicly.

3. All dogs entering adoption are subject to a 2 week ‘trial period’ for the family and the dog to decide if they like each other. The Adoption Fee is only payable after this time – details of this fee can be found on the Adoption Guidelines, please ensure you have read them thoroughly and understand what is expected of you, and that you can afford to take on a rescue dog.

Payment plans are not available

All Phoenix Rescue Dogs have 5 weeks free insurance on completion of Adoption contracts.

**** APPLICATIONS FOR CINNAMON WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL 7PM SUNDAY 12TH AUGUST AFTER WHICH THE CHECKING PROCESS WILL BEGIN AND NO FURTHER APPLICATIONS WILL BE TAKEN. ****

Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive it is not possible to contact each one personally, sorry. Please watch the Facebook page for updates.

 

**** BASIL NEEDS A LONG-TERM FOSTER TO ADOPT ****

Applications Extended! 

You may recall that Basil had a bout of illness which resulted in some buttons being removed from his stomach …. that mystery has never been solved! Needless to say, he was poorly for a while afterwards as they were odd-shaped buttons that did no good at all to his stomach lining, but the care of his fosterers in slowly reintroducing gentle foods has seen him recover fully and back to his usual self.

That ‘usual self’ is a complex lad – he needs to be an only dog and cannot be with children or cats. It can take a little time to settle him in to a new home but he can be a really affectionate lad, who loves to play ball. His current fosterers have worked very hard with some of his reactivity and he has improved hugely but they would like to consider a family in the future and have very sensibly recognised that this will not work for Basil, and so they will not be adopting him. It will be a very sad time for him when he leaves but we admire their honesty and are grateful for the progress they have made with him.

Once in his new home we will be sending a behaviourist to further assess Basil and see if we can’t work through some of his fear-anxiety issues and help him be where he needs to be Forever.

Please do put ‘Basil’ into the FB page search to see his previous posts and updates and learn more about him. We don’t want another home that only wants to foster please, he has been assessed and we now need to get him where someone will be able to stay, forever. He needs a quiet, calm home, no children, no cats and no other dogs. A big ask, yes, but we want the best for him.

Please use the foster form to apply for Basil and email it to [email protected] clealry marking it ‘BASIL’

Applications for Basil will remain open until 8pm on Sunday 12th August and will be extended if needed to find the perfect home.

**** JET IS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION ****

Applications CLOSED Saturday 11th August 2018 at 7pm

We were a little worried when Jet joined us, as he had shocking manners and looked as if he might join our pack of Problem Children – but he has made liars of us all and we love him for it. He did not like living with his son, a puppy, in his original home and would start fights. He also seemed to dislike women but this hasn’t been an issue in foster, so may have been simply due to the lady of his previous home needing to advocate for the pup.

Originally, this 2 year old brindle lad was placed into foster-to adopt but although he has been a good lad with the resident dog, an older small-breed male, there have been a couple of ‘almost’ occasions and he seems to settle and be himself much better as only dog. He has fit into the family home with children really well and seems to enjoy just being around people once he trusts them – this can’t be forced, he needs to be able to find his feet and get used to his surroundings and the people who occupy them, but then thoroughly soaks up the attention.

When asked about his likes and dislikes we were told:

* He loves his walk and needs 2 a day as he has lots of energy a garden is a must,
* Loves cuddles and attention once he is used to you
* Loves his walks and rolling in the grass
* Loves his raw food diet
* Very trainable when food’s involved
* Loves toys and destroys them
* Absolutely loves a bath
* Loves relaxing
* Sleeps in his own bed at night and loves a treat before bed

His fosterers have been very open and honest about his problems and dislikes too:

* Can display unprovoked aggression when out on walks – have a lead with do not pet and ‘dog in rehab’ on it which helps
* New people that come in to the home need to be introduced under supervision
*Has the odd accident with urinating when told what to do [could be nervousness or just protest]
* Not advisable to live with another dog it is possible but would take some work and if so must be a calm female
* Does not like other dogs when out on lead will not lunge but it’s better to ignore them to keep him calm

So Jet is not a dog for a novice, but would make a wonderful pet for a family who understand dogs in general and can just let him be himself, but within boundaries that he can understand and will respect.

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If you would like to apply for Jet AND YOU HAVE READ THE ADOPTION GUIDELINES AND CAN AFFORD THE ADOPTION FEES, please read the following:

1. Complete an Adoption Application form that can be downloaded from the website. Before doing this please make sure that you fulfil the criteria required and read the Adoption Guidelines thoroughly – available on the website.

2. Once completed with as much detail as possible please email or post your form to your Regional Coordinator. They will inform you if you meet the required criteria before passing the form to the Management Team for consideration. The most likely candidates for each dog being adopted will then receive a home visit after which a decision will be taken and announced here. No names will be given out publicly.

3. All dogs entering adoption are subject to a 2 week ‘trial period’ for the family and the dog to decide if they like each other. The Adoption Fee is only payable after this time – details of this fee can be found on the Adoption Guidelines, please ensure you have read them thoroughly and understand what is expected of you, and that you can afford to take on a rescue dog.

Payment plans are not available

All Phoenix Rescue Dogs have 5 weeks free insurance on completion of Adoption contracts.

**** APPLICATIONS FOR JET WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL 7PM SATURDAY 11TH AUGUST AFTER WHICH THE CHECKING PROCESS WILL BEGIN AND NO FURTHER APPLICATIONS WILL BE TAKEN. ****

Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive it is not possible to contact each one personally, sorry. Please watch the Facebook page for updates.

 

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*** KATANA IS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION ****

Applications CLOSED Thursday 2nd August 2018 at 7pm

Did you read her introduction yesterday? She is absolutely delightful and now ready to find her very own Forever Home. Her foster-Mum has nearly kept her, but wants to keep fostering, but when you have a house-guest as adorable as Katana it makes things very difficult.

Let me tell you what she has said about her:

“Katana needs a home with another dog (or 2), preferably male. Children are fine too, I would say 5 and over. She can be a bit mouthy/nippy.. but she’s still a baby. She is fine being left for a few hours with my [male Frenchie] … although she has taken to having a nibble on my rug/cushions. She co-sleeps with me or my son, as was the case with previous owner I believe … so I would love this to continue. Loves her walks but can be a screamer when she sees cats … so no cats! She has always been kept on lead as unsure about other dogs [outside the home]… sometimes fine, other times she’s unsure. No health issues or allergies… but she snores! Very loving, affectionate girl and loves her balls… quite happy in the garden for ages playing ball!”

Katana has certainly learned to ‘dog’ with her resident male Frenchie pal, and she needed this. Her new home will need to be firm enough not to let her slip back to being ‘the boss’ but obviously need to enjoy cuddles too. She is only a year old so has lots still to learn.

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If you would like to apply for Katana AND YOU HAVE READ THE ADOPTION GUIDELINES AND CAN AFFORD THE ADOPTION FEES, please read the following:

1. Complete an Adoption Application form that can be downloaded from the website. Before doing this please make sure that you fulfil the criteria required and read the Adoption Guidelines thoroughly – available on the website.

2. Once completed with as much detail as possible please email or post your form to your Regional Coordinator. They will inform you if you meet the required criteria before passing the form to the Management Team for consideration. The most likely candidates for each dog being adopted will then receive a home visit after which a decision will be taken and announced here. No names will be given out publicly.

3. All dogs entering adoption are subject to a 2 week ‘trial period’ for the family and the dog to decide if they like each other. The Adoption Fee is only payable after this time – details of this fee can be found on the Adoption Guidelines, please ensure you have read them thoroughly and understand what is expected of you, and that you can afford to take on a rescue dog.

Payment plans are not available

All Phoenix Rescue Dogs have 5 weeks free insurance on completion of Adoption contracts.

**** APPLICATIONS FOR KATANA WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL 7PM THURSDAY 2ND AUGUST AFTER WHICH THE CHECKING PROCESS WILL BEGIN AND NO FURTHER APPLICATIONS WILL BE TAKEN. ****

Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive it is not possible to contact each one personally, sorry. Please watch the Facebook page and website for updates.

 

**** REMEMBER KEVIN? WE URGENTLY NEED HELP TO FIND HIM HIS FOREVER HOME ******

 

Kevin was affectionately nicknamed ‘The Coffee Table’ by the Team when he came to us last year, as he was rather rotund and certainly not built for speed. Fast forward a few months after being in foster care and he is a shadow of his former self; toned, fit and svelte. But he is still having some very serious issues that we need to share with you in the hope of finding him an understanding Forever Home, because in the wrong hands he could be very difficult and would be at serious risk of PTS, and there is no way we want to set him up for a fall.

We could MRI scan Kevin, as he is displaying some neurological problems. He is readable as sometimes his face changes, tightens, and he will launch to bite. It doesn’t happen very often and once given a few minutes time-out he is very apologetic, but just can’t help himself it seems. There are no set triggers. So, an MRI might undercover an issue, maybe give a diagnosis. But it won’t offer a cure. And we will still have a dog with a problem.

Kevin is currently in foster with a very understandable couple who are child-free and very understanding of dog behaviour. They have a small Frenchie girl who Kevin adores – most of the time. He will sometimes turn on her for no reason and she is not the type of girl to bite back or put him in his place. He has been known to back off from more ebullient female dogs when walking, but otherwise he will always try to get the first word in, although this has improved. He is hyper-sensitive when out on a walk and will know of approaching people/dogs long before his walker does, and for this reason he can’t be let off the lead, which is a shame as he loves to run and play. Surprisingly, building work in the home has not seemed to bother him and now that the work is finished he is still waiting for the chaps to arrive each day. His fosterers have described him as being almost permanently on-guard, but he seems to be ready to respond to perceived trouble before he even knows if there is any there.

Have you lived with a dog like Kevin? Do you or someone you know understand neurological problems and feel able to cope? Ideally, Kevin needs a home in the middle of nowhere that has large but enclosed spaces that he can’t escape from but can just be busy in. He was heavily resource guarding in his previous home, but this is not the case now, and he doesn’t even seek to attack the free-range chickens since picking one up and not knowing what on earth to do with it!

Kevin is highly at risk, a major Problem Child, and we are urgently appealing for help with him as he is young and fit in all other ways, this undesirable behaviour is not constant, and he is worth working with.

Please use the contact form for more information or email [email protected] if you can help

 

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