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Published on March 16, 2012, in Rehomed dogs.

Here’s Hissy – she’s a beautiful white and black female, only three years old.

She’s a lovely, bubbly girl, full of fun. She’s great in the house, too.

Hissy loves to be with you, and she’s fine with children and small dogs – she may even be cat friendly!

UPDATE May 2012: Hissy has now been adopted and is no longer available.

 
Published on August 4, 2010, in Rehomed dogs.

Canni is a contented, amenable sort of boy who loves his food, and spends a lot of time upside down (‘roaching’) in his bed.

He is three years old, and is also good with other dogs.

 

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

 
Published on July 31, 2010, in Rehomed dogs.

Lester (the mostly white dog looking directly at the camera, above) was rehomed in October 2010 – here’s what his new family has to say about him:

“Well after nearly two weeks they are both getting along together really well, there’s been no grumpiness from either of them.

I think FInley has taught Lester a few bad habits and I also think Lester has taught him how to ‘Roach’ as Finley was upside-down in his bed last night and he never does that.

I really couldn’t have wished for them to get along any better.

Lester is also starting to relax a bit more now, for the first few days he was obviously very confused and probably a bit scared, but now he seems to be getting cheekier every day which I think is great, although J could pull her hair out at times!”

The photo below was Lester’s profile picture.

 

Sam

 
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.