Blake – 5-6 year old male Cross-Breed

Blake is a 5-6 year old male Cross-Breed. He is neutered medium size Romanian dog. He suffered 2 violent attacks whilst on streets. First time, he had a broken tail and barbed wire so tight across his neck that has indented on his trachea-he cannot bark (just some huffing sounds).

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He has a permanent scar also around his neck. He recovered as best as possible but months later, he was beaten badly, spitting blood, walking sideways and feathers glued to his neck. At this point, we managed to get him to safety in a foster place in Bucharest. After weeks of phisical and mental trauma, he started to show the wonderful dog he is.

He is now in foster in Uk, in Kennels of Helping Hounds(Grayshott/Hampshire/Surrey) and with a lot of love (and food!) he has blossomed beyond what we expected.

Blake bonds very strongly with female dogs and we think a home with a female canine lady would be ideal. He is super inteligent and also an escapologist, so a very secure property and due care until he is settled is a must. No young children nor small furries please.

He is accepting very well his special harness but still some training required so we would invite any potential adopters to come and visit and bond with him. He is very loving, funny, playful (loves squeaky toys) and adores to lay on sun.

Teardrops Dog Rescue
Teardrops Dog Rescue

For further details regarding adopting a dog from Teardrops Dog Rescue, please email te_blue2000@hotmail.com or telephone 07886 365042.

Please note, a home check applies prior to adoption and full post adoption support are offered. All dogs rehomed are microchipped, vaccinated and spayed/neutered.

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