Dogs ready for Adoption - Applications invited

 

Winston 1  (Scotland)

This stunning little pup is Winston. He is a five month old champagne and white Boston Terrier. He is un-neutered due to his age and will be adopted with a neuter contract. He was surrendered to us as his owners have a young child and were not able to cope with the demands of a lively puppy and a small toddler.

Winston is a typical puppy and has bags of energy. He loves to play with other dogs as well as playing with /destroying his toys. He suffers a little separation anxiety due to his ages and is also very jumpy and mouthy as puppies tend to be while training and teething. He is not 100% house trained yet but he is a puppy and this is to be expected. He is very excitable and we believe he will benefits from ongoing training in the home and some puppy classes.

Winston is good with other dogs but can be jumpy wanting to play, he walks well on the lead. He is non-destructive (other than killing his toys) and his foster family feel he would be better to be homed with children over 10 due to his excitable jumping and occasion play nipping. He is great with dogs but he is untested with cats and other

 animals. Winston is being fostered near Dundee, Scotland so potential adopters must be willing to travel there to meet and collect him. His adoption fee is £350 + £100 which is refundable on proof of neutering.

 

PLEASE READ! If you have already submitted an adoption application in the last year you don’t need to do anything – we will automatically consider it. Otherwise if you are interested in adopting this dog please submit an Adoption Application form. The form and the answers to any questions about Adoption Procedures can be found on the website, or in files on our Facebook page. Thank you.

 

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WINSTON 2  (England)

Please meet our second champagne and white Boston Terrier, Winston. This neutered 10 month old boy was surrendered through a change of home circumstance.

He is a typical pup who’s full of energy and excitable. He has a destructive streak which we suspect is separation anxiety when alone. We would like to find him a home where his family are home a lot and able to work on this with training in the home and socialising at classes.He still has the odd toilet accident in the house, mainly overnight.

He is good with other dogs but very excitable and jumpy and is untested with cats and other furries. Due to his occasional nipping when playing we would like to home him with children over 5yrs. He is a very loving little boy who simply needs some training and attention. He is being fostered in West Yorkshire and you must be prepared 

to travel there to meet / collect him.

 

PLEASE READ! If you have already submitted an adoption application in the last year you don’t need to do anything – we will automatically consider it. Otherwise if you are interested in adopting this dog please submit an Adoption Application form. The form and the answers to any questions about Adoption Procedures can be found on the website, or in files on our Facebook page. Thank you.

Hugo

 

 

This little man came in to us as his owners moved abroad and sadly due to Hugo’s health issues they could not take him with them. We are looking for a special type of adopter with a big heart as Hugo has Protein Losing Enteropathy (PLE) which he receives treatment for and also a heart murmur which is under control without treatment. He has a special diet food to help with this and Hugo will need treatment for life for his PLE. Luckily his insurance can be transferred to his new owner to cover these conditions. It is currently £37 a month with the usually yearly excess charges. He is 5 year old and neutered.

 

Despite his health issues this tiny little man has a great quality of life and is a very happy and affectionate. He loves cuddles, his food and playing with /destroying his toys. He enjoys short walks (he can tire easily) and has good recall off the lead. He is house trained and non-destructive (other than killing his toys) and he is great with children of all ages (toddlers to teens) he is fine with cats and also with other dogs and we feel he would benefits for having a doggy companion. He does bark at the resident small furries though so his foster family feel he should not be homed with these. Hugo is being fostered in West Yorkshire so potential adopters must be willing to travel there to meet and collect him. His adoption fee is £200.

 

PLEASE READ! If you have already submitted an adoption application in the last year you don’t need to do anything – we will automatically consider it. Otherwise if you are interested in adopting this dog please submit an Adoption Application form. The form and the answers to any questions about Adoption Procedures can be found on the website, or in files on our Facebook page. Thank you.