Fred is a 3 year old male Cross-Breed. He is patiently waiting for a loving and secure home. Fred was adopted in 2020 through another rescue but sadly returned in Autumn 2022.

Fred has spent some time in foster and recently joined us at the rescue for an assessment.

So far Fred has done well integrating with the dogs here and has been nothing but friendly and loving with all of the staff.

Fred’s even been having sleepovers with one of our live-in dog handlers where he has proven to be clean and non-destructive.

Fred is sociable with other dogs and would benefit from living with them in his new home. Cat tests can be carried out upon request if we feel it would be the right match.

Fred cannot live with young children and will require an adult-only home.

Fred is a generally good all-rounder who has been to visit dog-friendly cafes and socialises well when he is out and about. It has been reported that Fred did display some protective behaviour in his previous home so will need boundaries and ongoing training.

We do believe that the circumstances in Fred’s previous home did exacerbate his issues as his foster home did not experience any problems.

Fred has also spent time in daycare and with a dog walker without issue so we feel his previous home was simply the wrong environment for him.

It is so important to make the right match or behavioural issues can emerge. Poor Fred deserves another chance and this time we have to get it right for him.

We know he will make a wonderful companion. We rehome in and around the Greater Manchester area, however, homes further afield may be considered.

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Dogs4Rescue is a small, independent dog sanctuary in Manchester which has developed a unique “cage-free” approach to animal welfare to ensure our dogs are socialised in a healthy, relaxed and happy foster home environment whilst waiting for their forever families.

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