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Robbin – 3-5 year old male Cross-Breed

Robbin needs a family around him to provide him with the confidence to step through into life and pick up the training skills he needs. A family confidence with a large dog who use their voice to reward and guide him. Good with dogs. Untested with cats. Robbin was found stray on the street, late at night by a family who took him in and called the on call dog warden as he seemed very frightened. Robbin was unclaimed and come through into our rescue for neuter, vaccination and chipping. Robbin is currently in boarding kennels near Gatwick. Robbin means “Bright of Flame” and he certainly is full of glow and cheer. Robbin settled quickly in kennels once he knew he was safe and loved and returned this love 100 fold. He gained his confidence and is famed for welcoming people. Robbin enjoys the company of people and dogs on his walks. Robbin is overjoyed when offered attention and exercise. He travels well in a car and is a real smasher of a dog. Robbin has a beautiful red coat, like a Ridgeback. Robbin is may be about 1 year old. Robbin is slender in build, very loving and loyal and is desperate to prove himself in a family, as he has so proved himself in our rescue. Such a Joy!

 

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Rescue Remedies (www.rescueremedies.co.uk) is an internet-based rescue that homes mainly to the South East of England. The Rescue will also consider homes further afield if adopters are willing to travel. Rescue Remedies aims to provide a safe and warm foster home for as many of their dogs as possible whilst they are waiting for their forever homes. The Rescue also uses boarding kennels located in the Surrey, West Sussex, Hertfordshire, and Greater London areas. If you are interested in adopting a dog from Rescue Remedies, please complete their online homing questionnaire at: https://rescueremedies.wufoo.eu/forms/rescue-remedies-homing-questionnaire/ Rescue Remedies and its sister rescues (Staffie Rescue, Terrier Rescue, Patterdale Terrier Rescue, and American Bulldog Rescue) also run a Free Live Forum here: http://rescueremediesdogrescue.co.uk/ where you can read daily updates on their dogs available for adoption.
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