Buster – 5-6 year old male Lancashire Heeler

Buster is a black and tan, Lancashire Heeler. His circumstances have changed as his previous owners (aged 70-80 years) can no longer cope. The husband has dementia, and the wife has found it difficult to dedicate the time required to both the men in her life. So, as a result Buster is coming into rescue.


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A very social little fellow that loves to get out and go for walks. Buster is approximately 5 years old, and full of life. He enjoys the company of his owners, and finds it very lonely when they are away. Buster’s presence is always known, as he becomes very excited with new visitors to the door, or people knocking at the window. Buster is a busy chap with great enthusiasm. We believe Buster has lived a luxurious life, and has been treated like a Canine King. Others say he is spoilt, whilst the wording has been rephrased to ‘well looked after. Clean in the house, very much a happy boy. About the size of a Jack Russell. A handsome chap indeed. Further information shall be collected once Buster arrives in rescue, then we can carry out his assessment as required. Buster has also been neutered.

If you are interested please complete the adoption application form on our website.

Walker's Creek Rescue Cambridgeshire
For further details regarding adopting a dog from Walkerscreek Rescue in Cambridgeshire, please contact Lee or Claire by emailing info@walkerscreekrescue.co.uk or telephoning 0785 323 5843.
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