Brant – 10-11 year old male Cross-Breed

Brant is a medium sized 10-11 year old male Cross-Breed. He originally came into our care a couple of years ago but has taken some time to develop and lose his fear of humans. He is now ready for a quiet and understanding home.

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Brant is a sweet shy, boy who after not making any progress for so long has begun to relax a realise that maybe life isn’t that bad after all. He is nervous about having his lead put on, but once on is beginning to enjoy his walks. He is quiet at home and has been clean in the house.

Brant gets on with other dogs and seems happier walking with other dogs rather than on his own. He does get worried when cars go past, but is improving and settling more. Brant won’t seek out attention, but certainly doesn’t mind a fuss or being approached while he is relaxing.

Brant is looking for a quiet retirement home with at least one other dog. He will need patience, time and understanding to bring out his best. Brant fostered Gorleston Norfolk.

All dogs are vaccinated, microchipped and neutered (unless the dog is too young to be neutered).

If you are interested please message or call between 9am to 5pm Mon – Fri 9am to 4pm Sat.

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For further details regarding adopting a dog from Safe Rescue please email saferescue@hotmail.co.uk or telephone Kelly Hare 07899 844524 or 07788 251197

We are a voluntary organisation with members from all over the world that have come together to help dogs in need, regardless of their location. To date we have helped dogs from Spain, Cyprus and Turkey but the majority of our work takes place in Romania where we have built up strong relationships with many dedicated rescuers before bringing the dogs to the UK and into foster care for rehoming.

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