Obi is a gorgeous Springer Spaniel cross aged approximately 2 to 3 years old. He is fine with other dogs, cats and other animals and he is house-trained.

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Obi is very playful, at times he can be too playful and needs quite alot of attention. He sometimes pines and howls when he is bored or feels is is being ignored. He does not like being left alone, and is destructive. However, is is fine with being crated so this should solve this problem.

He is a really fun dog, and has loads of love to give. When out and outabout in towns etc, he is good and the lead and is good with other dogs – he just wants to play with them. The only problem is if you sit on a bench – Obi always wants to sit on your lap! He is very enjoyable to take out though.

Obi needs a special home with owners who are able to cope with a very lively dog. He is very loving and really deserves a permanent home.

He has so much character, he really is the most entertaining dog – his facial expressions are so funny!  He would suit an energetic family who like to go on lots of long walks, to burn some of his energy off.

It will take a bit of effort to train Obi, and to get him settled into his new home – but it will be more than worth it!

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St Giles Animal Rescue Centre

For further details please contact St Giles Animal Rescue by telephone 01823 490333 or email rescue@stgilesanimalcentre.co.uk. Address: St Giles Kennels & Rehoming Centre, Sedgmoor Drove, Wrantage, Somerset, TA 7BU. Please note, all dogs rehomed from this rescue will be microchipped, vaccinated and spayed/neutered.

Home checks are carried out and full post-adoption support is offered. They will also consider applications from and rehome to families with children ane employed people.

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