Boots and Timba – 3 year old male Lakeland Terriers

These two are a pair of Lakeland Terriers who need to stay together as she relies very much on him. They are absolutely no trouble together though and actually so cute it would be a shame to part them. They are around 3 years old. Fully vaccinated and neutered/spayed. Both are good with other dogs and mix with them. Timba is absolutely not good with chickens and ducks. They are good with children. Don’t know about the “good with cats”. Good on the lead now and loves “walkies”. They are very cute and love cuddles and they play very well together, and they will need to be rehomed together. They are not particularly timid.

 

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For further details regarding dogs available for adoption from DAWGdogs, please telephone Helen on 01202 380467 or e-mail helen@dawgdogs.net . Please note, DAWGdogs located in Poole, Dorset, will only re-home in the South so we can do homechecks, follow up checks and puppies are close to our vets so we can have them neutered when they come of age, around 10 months. Donation is £150. All dogs and puppies are fully vaccinated, neutered or will be if they are puppies by our vet when they come of age. They are Frontlined and wormed. All homes will be homechecked.
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