Dennis is a 1-2 year old male Cross-Breed. He was found abandoned with his siblings who all found their homes and only poor Dennis got stuck in the shelter where he has been living from about two months of age.

He’s wasted enough time and we are eager to find him a home where his happy character is appreciated.

Dennis is a lively playful boy, he is sociable with dogs and loves a good chase and run. He loves his ball too and enjoys playing with humans.

He loves cuddles and he’s always happy around people. He is such a positive character, he always looks on the bright side of life.

He loves everyone and is enthusiastic about everything he does. He has a beautiful happy face that smiles all the time. He loves the company of children too and he could happily live with older kids. He loves his walks and just LOVES water! He also travels nicely in the car.

Dennis would be best suited for a family where he is not left alone for long periods of time and there’s time for his training.

An active family would be ideal for him as he loves his walks, likes to discover, and enjoys all kinds of activities. He could happily live with another friendly playful dog or dogs or be the centre of attention as the only dog in his home.

As all rescue dogs, he will need time, patience, love and commitment from his adopting family to become a happy, well-balanced dog. Experience with rescue dogs preferred. No first time owners please.

Dennis is currently in Hungary and can travel to the UK as soon as the right family is found for him. He comes neutered, fully vaccinated, microchipped, dewormed, flea and tick treated, with an EU passport and DEFRA approved paperwork.

Adoption is subject to Home Check and Adoption fee. Full RBU provided.

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Please note, all dogs rehomed from this rescue will be vaccinated, neutered and microchipped. Home checks apply and full post adoption support is offered.

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