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Published on December 11, 2011, in Rehomed dogs.

Zippy is blue, and three years old. She’s also a really lovely dog and the most affectionate Sharon has known.

She has so much love to give that if she sees someone with a spare hand, she thinks it must be for stroking Zippy! Perhaps it would be a bit much for some people, but she would be perfect for someone who would like a dog for Pets As Therapy work.

UPDATE: January 2012
Zippy has now been adopted and is no longer available.

 
Published on September 19, 2011, in Rehomed dogs.

Blue is a blue female with a white chest! She’s three years old, quite lively, and loves to be with you.

Blue would happily fit into family life, and is already house-trained.

UPDATE NOVEMBER 2011: Blue has now been adopted and is no longer available.

 
Published on September 19, 2011, in Rehomed dogs.

Fleckie is a blue male dog with pretty flecks in his coat. He is five years old and a very happy lad.

He was quite shy and nervous when he first came to Brambleberry, but he’s transformed into a very happy, lively dog who loves a fuss.

UPDATE March 2012 – Fleckie has now been adopted and is no longer available

Fleckie’s new owner has this to say: “He’s doing fine he is just the most loving dog, constantly by our sides. He is starting to show his funny side and likes to play with us – he’s super in every way!”

 
Published on September 19, 2011, in Rehomed dogs.

Poppy is a blue female, three years old.

She is a small lady who is one of the most affectionate dogs I’ve ever met! This could possibly irritate some people, but if you are looking for a dog to train for therapy work, she might just be the one.

Poppy is cat-trained and also house-trained.

UPDATE NOVEMBER 2011: Poppy has now been adopted and is no longer available.

 

Leo

Published on June 13, 2011, in Rehomed dogs.

Leo is a beautiful blue hound, big and bold!

He is affectionate, and he’s clean in his kennel, so he’s likely to be clean at home too.  He is good on the lead, but he does have one tiny problem – he can be a little bit clumsy.  This is likely to be down to eagerness and enthusiasm and he will probably improve a lot once he’s in a home environment with people who can help him calm down.  Perhaps he’d like a home with a ‘job’ to do, like obedience or agility training?  Or maybe he just needs a little more exercise than most.

He is four years old.

UPDATE: September 2011. Leo has now been rehomed and is no longer available