Wednesdays on Canine Crazy is rescue day where I’ll highlight some dogs desperate for a forever home.
First up is the beautiful Cerys, here’s what her foster mum has to say about her:
Please meet the lovely Cerys . Vaccinated, wormed,de- flead and neutered.
She loves all other dogs. No cats though as does chase. Potential homes should have children aged 5+. She is very playful! Is fully crate trained and that only took 2 days so she is very intelligent.
At 18 months and still slightly puppy like (wants to play a lot!) she is looking for her furever home please! Donation and home check apply. She needs someone who will continue her training as she will need stimulation as she is so intelligent. When she arrived she was a shell. Scared and shaking and stayed in the garden for a day 😦 Bit by bit she came around and learnt she could trust again and has learnt what it is to be loved. After a few days, she jumped on the sofa to sit next to me, but didn’t know what to do. She stared at the back of the sofa and froze…..But she stretches out now !! She deserves a forever home and a forever sofa.
Transport can be arranged so adoption can be anywhere in the UK. Please if someone can offer Cerys a loving home please email Danielle Cruse email@example.com
Next up the beautiful Boo. Heres all her details:
Introducing Boo, she’s just a baby at 5 months, she will be spayed prior to rehoming and a home check and donation will apply. She is a black and white lab cross and is ok with cats and dogs and children.
She is a beautiful young pup full of energy and love. Boo is looking for a home with someone who has the time to train , love and exercise her .She was living with young children, dogs and cats and is a great girl, however she is still a pup and requires training, she knows the basics and would love to be a lap dog.She is currently in Camberley, Surrey. If you think you can offer Boo a forever home email firstname.lastname@example.org
Now we have little Poppy and what a sad story. She has found herself homeless as her elderly owner passed away. Poppy used to curl up on his lap for cuddles. She is clean in the house, great with dogs which we witnessed today when we met her and good with kids (he had grandchildren) and loves people. She has no health problems. She is good on the lead and just an all-round happy girlie. If you can make Poppy’s world happy again please email email@example.com
And last but certainly not least here is handsome Scooby. Here’s what the rescue centre say about him:
Our handsome Scooby is still waiting for his new home. This lovely 9yr old Staffie cross is such a sweetie, he’s really affectionate, loves the car and is low energy, he’d be happy with a garden to potter in and occasional walks, he doesn’t need a lot of exercise. Scooby could live with calm older children who’ll leave him be during his nap time. He’d like to be the only pet. Scooby is in good health and would be ideal for someone who is looking for a companion dog.