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Angel – 1 year old female Husky

Please meet Adorable Angel! Angel is a stunning Husky who turned 1 year old on the 28th Feb. Angel is one of the most stunning dogs I have ever met,and has a wonderful nature to match but she must go to an experienced Husky owner as she is very typical of the breed! Angel is perfectly house trained, is non destructive and walks beautifully on the lead. Angel has lovely manners and knows her basic commands such as sit and paw. She is still young and so can be boisterous, she will need to be homed with an experienced breed owner.

 

Angel is fine with other dogs, although she does like to annoy them so will need to be housed with a dog of similar size already, young and playful! Angel is okay with cats but absolutely no small furries within her reach as she has a high prey drive!! Angel is used to small children but again she is boisterous so will need a home with older children 13+ unless very dog savvy.

Angel loves running, She is getting used to a jog around the block every evening and loves it! with an experienced owner who can give her the time love and training she needs she will make a fantastic loyal and loving companion! Angel travels really well. Angel is fully vaccinated, spayed, flea wormed and microchipped.

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Foxy – 1 year old female Akita cross Collie

Foxy is a 1 year old Akita cross Collie. She is a friendly and very affectionate dog and is in foster care with a male dog and 2 cats. Foxy is full of energy and loves to play and enjoys a good long walk. She will need a fully enclosed garden to play in and would benefit from living with another dog.

 

Foxy has some separation anxiety and chews things if left alone but she has been crate trained and is comfortable in one for short periods of time. Due to her energy she would be better with teenage children.

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Freya – 18 month old female Lurcher

Freya has just arrived with Lurcher SOS from Ireland. She is settling in well already. She is a medium sized Lurcher standing at 24 inches to the shoulder and is about 18 months old. Freya has been vaccinated and is spayed. She has met all the dogs in her foster home and is fine with them. Happy to report that this beautiful girl is totally clean in the house. She also isn’t a chewer or a destroyer! Sleeps through the night. Good on a lead. Freya is all set to go to a forever home! Freya is in foster in Surrey.

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Jester – 3 year old female Labrador Cross

Jester is a 3 year old female Labrador Cross. She is a very calm girl loves a cuddle. Great off lead but pulls a bit on. Fine with male and female dogs and has a pet passport.

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Cookie – 2 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Cookie is a 2 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier. Cookie is a brindle, spayed female, well socialised and very submissive to all humans. She has never shown any dog aggression despite being bitten once during a walk. She loves to play with other dogs but is a bit overpowering with smaller breeds. This is easy to control with verbal commands. Cookie has a fairly high hunting instinct and whilst walking over the fields will chase after wildlife. She has been taught to ignore farm animals and to date has never worried them. On the lead at the beginning of a walk, Cookie will try to pull forward and requires a firm voice to bring her back to heel. Cookie cannot go with cats.

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Floss – 18 month old female Ibizan Hound (Podenco )

Floss is an 18 month old female Ibizan Hound (Podenco ). A beautiful young rough coated Podenco with a cute pink nose and eyes to melt your heart. Lovely Flos was abandoned at the end of the hunting season in Spain and left to fend for herself, luckily people with great patience took months trying to catch her to help her and now she is very happy to be with humans she trusts. She is a medium sized dog and very gentle, she loves her ears being scratched and will stand for ages getting a good fuss. Flos likes other dogs, cats and rabbits.

Floss has been with us nearly 2 months now and you would not know that she was ever a feral dog. She certainly likes her her home comforts and having regular meals. She has not used her safe spot for nearly 4 weeks now as she has realised that the sofa is a much comfier place to sleep. She loves cuddles and fuss and is always pleased to see you when you come into the room with her tail wagging and a big smile. She gets on very well with our other dogs and likes to play. She is dog friendly, cat friendly and rabbit friendly, although the rabbit is very bossy and does bully her.

 

She walks very well on the lead, just walks very quietly by your side. She is still a little nervous of cars and bikes, but is always very eager to meet other dogs while out walking. She is house trained and a very well behaved dog. She is absolutely gorgeous and very loyal and will make a wonderful family pet. Floss can only be homed to a quite home where there is already another confident dog. Flos was living around a Spanish camp site and people were feeding her. After months of patiently gaining her confidence they were able to catch her and offer her a life of love and sofas! In a foster home in Solihull, West Midlands, Near Birmingham.

Fosterers report: She is an attractive young dog and should home easily. Floss has been with us two weeks now and she is coming on in leaps and bounds. She is an extremely timid dog but she is slowly starting to trust us and is coming out of her safe spot more and more. She loves being tickled under the chin and a tummy rub. She loves being outside and looks so happy with her tail wagging, although it is very cold for her and so she has to wear a fleece blanket and a dog coat. She is completely clean in the house and very well behaved. She sleeps on a chair in the living room at night and we don’t hear a peep from her, she is as good as gold. She is a gorgeous dog but she will need a calm, quiet home without younger children who can give her a lot of time and patience to bring her out of her shell. Vaccinated, wormed, flea treated, spayed, microchipped and has a Pet Passport.

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Becky – 15 year old female Collie cross Corgi

Becky is a beautiful 15 year old Collie cross Corgi girl who came into Oldies Club care as her owner had health issues. Becky is in an Oldies Club foster home in Salisbury, Wiltshire. Becky can be left on her own whilst you go on shopping trips etc., but she wouldn’t be particularly happy living in a working household. She can have a tendency to bark when left on her own, but this is strongly linked to how much energy she has. If she’s been on a longish (30 minute) walk she tends to bark less as she is more likely to settle down to sleep. Although she’s not a cuddly dog, Becky is definitely happier with company through the day.

Becky has no issues with other dogs and has been very good with all she has met. She likes to have her own space at home but should be okay to live with an older dog that will respect that. Becky is living with cat quite happily at her foster home and she ignores it most of the time. Becky was used to children visiting her previous home. She should be fine to live with sensible older children, but she does like her own space and to come to you if she wants a fuss, so would probably not appreciate living with young children.

Becky enjoys walks, especially in the afternoon. She is fairly good on the lead – her foster carer hasn’t tried her off lead for any great length of time as her recall isn’t always reliable. Becky is lively for her age and easily manages two 20-30 minute walks a day. Becky is neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and flea treated. She is having Metacam for arthritis. At her vet check she was found to have a lump on her shoulder, which has been tested.

The vet advised that although in a younger dog it would be advisable to remove the lump, it is in an awkward place for post-op healing, and as it doesn’t seem to be troubling Becky, it is better to leave it alone. If the situation with the lump changes in the future and it needs to be removed, Oldies Club would cover the cost of this.

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Mollie – 12 year old female Border Collie Cross

Mollie is a gorgeous Border Collie cross, aged about 12, who came into Oldies Club care because her owner was working full time. Mollie is in an Oldies Club foster home in Glossop, Derbyshire, waiting for someone to offer her a forever home. Mollie is fine to be left alone for a few hours, and she just curls up in her bed, but she does like having someone around and would like a home where she won’t be left full-time hours. She wouldn’t damage anything if left a long time but probably wouldn’t be happy.

Mollie is fine with dogs she meets out. There is a n old dog in her foster home and she is okay with him now – initially she would growl when he went near her – but she isn’t wanting to be buddies with him and just ignores him and walks away if he tries to be friendly. A puppy has visited Mollie’s foster home and tried to play with her. Mollie seemed a bit frightened of the puppy and growled and barked. Although playful with people, Mollie isn’t keen on playing with other dogs. So although Mollie will tolerate a calm dog that will allow her space to do her own thing and not pester her, she would be happiest as an only dog. Her previous owner told us that Mollie doesn’t seem to want to chase cats, but she has never lived with one.

Mollie was said to be fine with children in her previous home. She hasn’t met children at her foster home but she likes people and her foster carer thinks she would be fine with sensible children who know to give Mollie space when she wants it. Children aged about 8+ would probably be best.

Mollie is neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, wormed and flea treated. She is generally fit and healthy. She has had some ear drops but isn’t on any ongoing medication. Her eyes are quite cloudy but she seems to be able to see okay. Mollie sometimes seems to be completely deaf and doesn’t move unless she can see you, but she can hear squeaky toys sometimes – there may be an element of selective hearing. She has long claws because they have been left to grow too long in the past, they have now been clipped and this will need to be done regularly.

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Cookie – 3 year old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross

Kindly Cookie is a female Staffordshire Bull Terrier crossbreed aged approximately 3 years old (to be confirmed). She is okay with other dogs but no cats please. She has a nice temperament and we feel she would be suitable to be rehomed with sensible older children aged 10 years plus. She came in via the dog warden and was signed over to us as an unclaimed stray, so unfortunately we have no history. We do know that life has not been kind to her thus far as she was very underweight when she came in and looks to have had a least one litter of pups.

Cookie is a gentle soul; calm and well-mannered. Although a little reserved, she is gradually learning to trust people and is starting to enjoy life again. She loves playing ball and likes to sit and rest her head on your lap for a nice stroke and a reassuring cuddle. She already has some good training in place and does a nice sit and stay without the aid of a treat. She walks nicely on the lead too. She is quick to learn and would really excel at training classes. She is very gentle when accepting a treat or her food. She has a placid and sweet temperament and will do well in most home environments. I would expect her to form a close bond with new owner and family. She is looking for a kind, patient and caring owner willing to let her settle in time and not overwhelm her at the start.

Even if you are not looking for a Bull breed, please do consider our Kindly Cookie as she is an absolute smasher; a super girl that anyone would be proud to own. All our dogs have a thorough veterinary health check and are micro-chipped, neutered, flea/worm treated and are fully vaccinated. They also come with 6 weeks free insurance. Home check and minimum donation of £165 applies. A securely fenced garden is a must.

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Junie – 3 year old female Cross-Breed

Junie is a 3 year old female Cross-Breed. Junie is a female Crossbreed with Queen Anne legs. Junie is a big character even though she is only little in size. She loves her walks and to play. She can be selective around other dogs so needs to be rehomed as the only dog.

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Amelia – 2 year old female Cross-Breed

Amelia is a female Crossbreed, aged approximately 2 years old. She has been returned to the rescue as her new owner has developed allergy to her. She misses her home comforts and has been a super pet. Amelia is a friendly girl who would love to be part of a family again.

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Bailey – 18 month old female Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross

Bailey is a lovely female Staffordshire Bull Terrier Cross, aged around 18 months. She’s really sweet natured and was handed over by her previous owner so we know she has lived happily with children and also gets on well with other dogs.

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