Monday, 3 October 2016


Don - 4 Year Old Small Sized Male for Adoption

This is the most wonderful Don. Saved from a horrific kill station now safe in foster and more than ready for his forever family to find him and take him home.

A small dog with a big personality if you give him the chance. he adores human interaction once he knows he can trust you and is ever ready to allow belly rubs.

Don gets along much better and more at ease with female dogs rather than males.

This litytle boy has been through alot yet is ready to give humans the chance to prove to him they are not as mean as the ones he remembers.

In his foster home he has shown no destructive behavior and is fine to be left alone for short periods.

He has not yet been tested with cats so we can not say with certainty how he would be with them, but took no notice of chickens so not a high prey drive with birds.

This is what his foster mummy had to say about Don
" Don is absolutely wonderful in every way. An unassuming little guy who adores fuss, cuddles and just being with you enjoying your company and you his. He is non destructive, non aggressive ( barring the odd grumble to an odd dog that he doesnt quite hit it off with) and is OK with cats, he will give chase if you allow him but you just say No and he stops in his tracks.

He adores humans of many shapes and ages, adults and teenagers he mainly has been around and has been wonderful. He has not yet been teeny kid tested so over 10's for this boy we would suggest.

He walks wonderfully on the lead with no pulling and is of moderate energy so not too in your face. Travels brilliantly in the car.

This boy really will make the most amazing addition to any family.

Don is:
Fully Vaccinated

If adopted comes with
Full rescue back up for life
4 weeks free insurance ( Triggered by adopter)
Free chip reg to adopter

If you are interested in adopting this beautiful boy please do contact us as soon as possible
or complete our enquiry form https\ ·Updated about 3 weeks ago
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