Cheeko – 2 year old male Cross-Breed

Cheeko a 2 year old cross breed. This boy has been through so much and still remains a sweet lad, as you can see he only has 3 legs, is right front leg was amputated after he was involved in a collision with a car. Unfortunately not only did he lose his leg but he was also abandoned by his family and had to go though this terrify trauma a lone, it was our local PDSA that saved his life and Cheeko remains a firm favourite there with the staff. He is good with dogs when introduced properly especially the ladies, cheeko is getting stronger by the day, and he loves his walks even though he is limited by distance if you think you could give this boy a loving home please contact mutts with friends.


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Mutts with Friends Dog Rescue Bristol

Mutts with Friends Dog Rescue Bristol

For further details regarding adopting a dog from Mutts with Friends Dog Rescue in Bristol please contact Julie by emailing or telephone 07967 124159. We have been involved with rescue for many years and decided to start a rescue in the Chew Valley area as learnt that there was not enough rescue spaces for the amount of dogs that require re home. We take most of our dogs from death row which are mainly dogs that that have been picked up as strays and sent to the pounds where they only have 7 days to be reclaimed or for a rescue to take them before they are put to sleep. Our adoption fee is £130 and all dogs are neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped.
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