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Published on March 21, 2011, in Rehomed dogs.

Jackson is a beautiful white and black dog, and quite young. He’s only three years old, and he’s been waiting for over a year for his new home! Such a shame, because he’s grown into a really good lad who deserves his own home. Apart from dinner time, you wouldn’t know you had him and he needs a life outside the kennel block. Please give him a chance!

He is a non-chaser, which means he wasn’t interested in racing, and he’s a happy, playful youngster who loves life. He will make a great family pet.

UPDATE JULY 2013: Jackson has now been rehomed and is no longer available.

 
 
Published on September 23, 2010, in Rehomed dogs.

Dingo is a handsome young dog, only twenty months old, so still quite a puppy. He’s a nice, friendly guy, who loves to play with his stuffed toys, and has a lovely temperament with people he meets.

Right now, Dingo is not keen on travelling long distances in the car. He doesn’t misbehave, but he does pant, which indicates that he’s getting stressed. This will probably improve with time, especially if he’s taken for frequent short rides with a fun walk at the end of them, but it must be said that some dogs never do really enjoy travelling.

UPDATE June 2011: Dingo has now been re-homed and is no longer available.

 

Zoe

Published on September 23, 2010, in Rehomed dogs.

What a pretty colour! Zoe is a ‘snowflake’ black, which is to say, a black girl with white ticking. She loves children, and is a lively, energetic dog, so she would love to find herself a home with children – she loves children!

At the moment, Zoe is quite strong on the lead, so will need some training in leash manners, but she is very well-behaved in the house.

She is three years old.

UPDATE OCTOBER 2010: Zoe has now been adopted and is no longer available.

 
Published on September 23, 2010, in Rehomed dogs.

Penny is a slender black girl with just a few touches of white. She is quite shy, so would probably do better with another dog to give her a little confidence.

She is five years old, and already house-trained.

UPDATE OCTOBER 2010: Penny has now been adopted and is no longer available.