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Published on June 13, 2011, in Rehomed dogs.

Lizzie is three years old, and a lovely black girl with white ‘tuxedo’ markings.  She is super-affectionate and loves a fuss.  She is also eager to please, which should make her easy to train.

A smashing dog who will blossom in a home environment – she will reward whoever re-homes her tenfold!

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

 

Sam

Published on March 25, 2011, in Rehomed dogs.

Due to an accident when he was with his former adoptive owners, Sam lost a front leg, but he has dealt with it very well, and adapted brilliantly. He is house-trained, and has a quiet, happy character. This boy needed an owner who didn’t want to walk miles, but would be happy to take him for short outings to let him stretch his legs and have a sniff around.

Here’s what his new owners have to say about him –

“Sam. Well what can you say ? He is magic and we are all lucky to have him with us. Walks a mile and more some days better, loves his ball and all around him. He has found his home and fitted right in with Eric, Belle and Torren. Unsure as to how dogs do it but they sorted from the off, Eric is notably protective of him and they are a very happy group to have. He has dietary prophylactic supplements for joints and bones. Loves his food ( not keen on mango or melon, which is just as well for me ) play, games, sleep and a fuss. He has wrecked the garden digging the lawn and flower beds ( no big deal ) The vet says he is in tip top condition and his coat ( with a little shampoo and grooming ) has drawn numerous compliments.

In sort, be assured he is fantastic fun, easy and giving; shame on the abandonment but our gain.”

 
Published on August 18, 2010, in Rehomed dogs.

Lovely Barney is a handsome ‘ticked’ white with black patches, and only three years old. He’s a very friendly dog who loves his cuddles and walks. He would make a great family pet, especially in a home with young teenagers.

 

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