Registered charity number 1151287 Wansford Cambridgeshire
KIZZIE AND BEAR - GERMAN SHEPHERDS
*** looking for a home together or seperately *** Please call 01733 840350 for more information***
Their owners can not find a home which will accept a pair of larger dogs and have unfortunately had to come to the decision to rehome them. They are both currently in boarding kennels and have been there for the last 18month. If you are interested please call 01733 840350 Kizzie is the black and tan girl, she will be 7 years old in December. She is very friendly with people and gets along fine with Bear, but not sure how she would be with other dogs. She is microchipped but has not been spayed. She has a condition called Pannus affecting her eyes, this is an auto immune disease for which there is no cure but is kept under control with steroidal eye drops. Bear is a lovely boy and is almost 5 years old, his birthday is probably in October. He is very quiet he will probably do better homed on his own. He has lost the end of his tail due to an accident when he was a few months old.
HANS - male Pointer.
Hans is a Pointer is a loving boy approx 3-4yrs old, neutered,
vaccinated and microchipped. He is just as comfortable being out and about as he is curled up either in his bed or on your lap, has a good recall which is unusual as he has only been in the country for a couple of months. Very biddable and will train on easily.
Loves the company of other dogs, he is submissive and will avoid all trouble, travels well in the
car and is not destructive. Hans is currently in foster and
is looking to find his forever home, is that you?
*** Hans in not in the care of Animal Helpline ***
Home check and adoption fees apply.
All enquiries to be made to:- email@example.com
BERT - male crossbreed.
Bert is a medium/large sized boy who is quite relaxed and loves his walks. Bert would prefer a fairly quiet lifestyle without a big hustle and bustle around him. Bert`s coat is quite thick and will need regular grooming. In the picture he was still quite hairy but now has had a visit to our volunteer dog groomer and looks much better. Bert could live with a compatible canine companion or as an only dog. Quite an easy going chap who would make a great companion to a quite household.