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THINK BEFORE YOU BUY A DOG
Before looking at the dogs in our care, pleasetake a few moments to read the following: We are often asked for : Dogs under a year. Dogs that are fully trained. Dogs that have German lines. Dogs that have a big head. Dogs that are docked. Dogs that are good with cats. Dogs that do not pull on a lead. Puppies that don`t chew WE ARE A RESCUE. WE TAKE DOGS THAT NEED OUR HELP. NOT DOGS TO SUIT A PARTICULAR HOME. Of course we appreciate that if you have children, other dogs or cats, it is important that all members of the family get on together. We will do our best to ensure that any dog is suitable and a good match for the home. We always take older dogs. If we only take dogs under one or two years then the older dogs will be euthenaesed. What kind of rescue would we be if we did that? We do not take only good looking dogs….. WE ARE RESCUE. Our phone is often very busy and you may have to leave a message, but we will always return your call – so leave a message or keep trying! PLEASE UNDERSTAND We have these dogs in rescue at the moment. We have always taken older dogs as we feel they deserve a second chance at a happy life. Is there no one left out there with a heart?
Tizzy came into rescue as her owners were moving and unable to take Tizzy with them. Tizzy is almost 4 years old, and spayed. Tizzy has had an allergy which we are now treating. Tizzy has lived with children, but is very active and bouncy, For that reason she can only live with children over 10 yrs. Tizzy is a loving girl, who needs lots of training and lots of exercise.
Nancy is a 7 year old spayed bitch who has had more than one litter, that is for sure. A lovely little girl, she has lived with six children and three other dogs. She is friendly and well mannered, but a little timid. Nancy does not like other dogs (other than those that were in her own pack) and cannot live with cats either. Nancy needs to be an “only animal in the house” dog. New owners will find her loving and calm in the house. Outside on walks, Nancy MUST be kept on a lead. Due to Nancy not liking overhandling we would not home her with young children in the house.