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Published on May 15, 2010, in Rehomed dogs.

A pretty little black and white girl, who can be shy and a little panicky before she knows you, but would likely suit a family. She is only 18 mths old, so still very much a puppy.

UPDATE – 5th December 2010: Sophie has now been rehomed and is no longer available.

 
Published on May 15, 2010, in Rehomed dogs.

Lovely Leroy is a large lad, but he’s very quiet and a little shy. He’s a basically happy dog, but he can be a nervous until he knows someone, and because of his shyness will need a quiet laid-back household. He might perhaps suit a retired couple, or a family without energetic children.

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

 
Published on May 15, 2010, in Rehomed dogs.

This lovely boy used to be known as ‘Sensible Simon’ at the kennel, but since being taken on a few outings to shows, he has become a confident, happy dog. He is now much more outgoing and confident. He should make a great family pet for someone who wants a more interactive dog.

UPDATE: As Simon continues to blossom and show his true colours, it has become apparent that he is NOT small dog friendly and will need an experienced owner. Apart from that, he is still a lovely, happy, sweet dog.

 

UPDATE March 2011: Simon has now been adopted and is no longer available.

 
Published on May 15, 2010, in Rehomed dogs.

Charlie is a handsome, three-year-old white and black dog. He broke his wrist while racing, so he retired early, but the break is now healed and doesn’t trouble him.

He’s a nice, quiet soul who likes his walks, but loves his bed more. He is great with children so would be suitable to rehome to a family.

 

UPDATE March 2011: Charlie has now been adopted and is no longer available.

 
Published on May 15, 2010, in Rehomed dogs.

Poor April has been overlooked so many times over the years that she has become a permanent resident here at Brambleberry, and Hero’s kennel companion. Her only fault is that she has a deformed leg, but it would take a very special person indeed be given permission to adopt her, and at eight years old, it becomes less and less likely as time passes.

If you would like to help with April’s food and medical expenses, please click on the ‘donate’ button. And many thanks for helping one of our permanent residents!

UPDATE (July 2010): April struck lucky! She is now being fostered long-term by a very experienced owner, in a home with two other sighthounds, where she has settled well and is very happy. Her medical expenses are still being paid by Brambleberry, so she will continue to be a sponsor dog.

UPDATE (August 2010): April has now been permanently rehomed and is no longer available.