Bram – 3 year old male Pointer Cross

Bram is a stunning white and tan Pointer cross boy aged 3 years old. He is very handsome and he stands at 58 cms tall from the shoulder down. Poor Bram was tied to a gate by the neck with two other dogs. The three dogs were so entangled that they were nearly asphyxiated! Bram is so friendly with people though a little submissive. He does not get on well with other male dogs but he loves his kennel mate Isis who is a female pictured with him! He would be better homed as an only dog or with one other female dog. He enjoys his food and lots of love and fuss. He is a darling handsome boy and will make a super family pet. Bram will be available for adoption at the end of August. He has been vaccinated, castrated wormed and de flead. His adoption fee will be £165. Bram will be in a foster home in Solihull near Birmingham, West Midlands.

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Dogwatchuk West Midlands

Dogwatchuk West Midlands

If you are interested in adopting any of our dogs, please go to our website, dogwatchuk.com and download an enquiry form or email us at info@dogwatchuk.com or telephone Denise Boardman on 0121 242 0369 or 07914737993; Katrina Wright 0121 247 9572. We rehome across the UK!
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