Elliot – 2 year old male Cross-Breed

Elliot was only a tiny pup when we rescued him from the streets of Romania and brought him to foster in the UK. He was such a calm and good boy.

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He got adopted and stayed with the family he trusted for over a year. Out of the blue, the family called us to say they’re having problems with Elliot and that he has started taking a dislike towards their hyperactive child.

We took him back to our care in kennels (and noticed he had several bruises and wounds on him, God knows what he went through in his home). At first, we thought Elliot would need a lot of work.

But just the next day, he started giving us cuddles and since he’s been such a good boy, both with us and with strangers he’s met. He’s also very good with other dogs. In fact, he loves being around other dogs. Elliot is a big boy, so he will need someone who has experience with large dogs.

He’s very loving and loves treats and plays. He is nearly two years old, vaccinated and chipped. We’ve had him in our care for two months now and understand that the stress he was under was due to the busy life the family had. He will make such a great companion for a family.

The photos of him are taken with strangers he’s never met before and he gave them cuddles and took treats off them. He would be better suited to an adult-only calm home, where he can have lots of walks. He’s currently in Dereham, Norfolk.

Please message us with the following information if you would like to apply to adopt: Current pets, ages of children, garden fencing, location, working house, experience with dogs

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Rescuing European Animals in Need (REAN)

For further details about adopting a dog from Rescuing European Animals in Need (REAN) via their Norfolk, UK base, please contact Rebecca Wilde: reanrescue@outlook.com or telephone: 07401444410 / 07973 631105.

All dogs rehomed via this rescue will be microchipped, spayed/neutered and vaccinated. Home checks are carried out and full post adoption support is offered.

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