Bells – 3-4 year old female Husky

Bells is a female Husky and is 3 and a half years old. She is good with children but not with other dogs or cats. She came into rescue kennels from a very active Husky racing home but was not getting on with the other female team members, we would only re-home her with males anyway. The previous owner re-homed her privately but she escaped and made her way home. Therefore, she will need an escape proof garden with very secure and high fencing. She does pulls on the lead when she sees other dogs and we would suggest a harness would be better for her.

 

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Bells has lots of good training already in place, she knows lots of commands and she is used to an active home. She does not bark when she is left alone and is not destructive. She will need an active and busy home with plenty of stimulation and exercise or she will become bored and unhappy. Please do not enquire after Bells if you only intend walking her for a couple of short walks a day. She needs an active home! Anyone who can offer her a home where she can work as she is used to will be very well welcome. Husky’s are not suitable for everyone, please research the breed and requirements before enquiring.

Please phone the kennels direct for anymore information.

Please note, we operate a policy of NOT re-homing same sex dogs together, e.g. existing dog male then we would not allow another male dog to be re-homed with you.

RSPCA Essex South West
The RSPCA Essex South West Branch is, like all RSPCA branches, an independent charitable trust. As such, it has to be financially self-supporting – in other words it has to raise the funds it needs to support its animal welfare activities. The Branch covers an area ranging from Dagenham & Barking in the South to Epping & Nazeing in the North, Waltham Abbey to the West and Abridge to the East. Although we do rehome our dogs to all other areas. The Branch is run and staffed entirely by volunteers. The main activity of the Branch is in rescuing and finding new homes for companion animals that for a variety of reasons are either homeless or cannot stay with their present owner. We work in partnership with Goddard's Chingford Kennels, who board and care for our rescue dogs. All dogs who are rehomed from us will have their initial course of vaccinations, worm and flea treatments, will be neutered, microchipped and come with 6 weeks free pet insurance in conjunction with the RSPCA and More Than insurance company. In the last eight years (to December 2012) the RSPCA ESSEX SOUTH WEST Branch has re-homed approximately 2200 cats and 1700 dogs. 220 dogs were re-homed in 2013. For further details regarding adopting a dog from RSPCA Essex South West branch, please visit our website http://www.rspca.org.uk/local/essex-south-west-branch. Email: Trish.rspcaessexsw@aol.co.uk or for telephone enquiries please call 07944 234360 (sociable hours only please).
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