Trevor – 6 year old male Cross-Breed

Trevor is a small 6 year old boy who spent the last four years of his life in a shelter, so when he arrived was understandably very nervous and confused. He has come a long way, is now really relaxed in his foster home and is loving his walks. He is a really affectionate boy once he trusts you. Trevor is, however more nervous of men and also of sticks and similar items so can’t be homed where anyone uses mobility aids. He will also bark at visitors as he is scared so either needs a home where there are few visitors or where his new family are prepared for this.

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Trevor would be fine as an only dog as long as there is someone at home the majority of the day, or could be homed with a female dog. He has had to struggle to survive in the shelter so can be snappy with other dogs at meal times. Feeding separately solves this.
Trevor really needs his forever home now.

Trevor is neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. After spending over 3 years in the shelter it took this little fellow a while to get the hang of family life but he now understands what it’s all about. His foster carers have done a great job with him and consider him to be ‘a smashing little dog’. He is house trained, loves his walks but hasn’t been off lead yet although his carers say his recall is very good.

Adoption fee and homecheck apply.

Leash of Life Wiltshire
For further details regarding adopting a dog from Leash of Life in Trowbridge, Wiltshire, please telephone 07846 663896. An adoption fee of £250 will apply. Leash of Life are a small Wiltshire based rescue which rescues dogs mainly from Romania, but also some local. They place dogs in local foster homes to assess before homing and all dogs are microchipped, vaccinated and spayed/neutered unless the dog is too young or elderly. All potential adopters are home-checked and post-adoption support is offered.
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