Goru is a 1 year old male Cross-Breed. He is not castrated and rescue will help with the cost. Goru is currently located at Darwen BB3.

Goru is friendly, loving, happy and playful. He can be a bit shy with new people and will need time to settle and get used to a new environment.

Goru was adopted a year ago as a young pup. But the family has bad circumstances and needs to re-home him. ”

Goru is still very nervous until he gets to know people. He’s very excited a lot. Not castrated yet.

Goru ’s fine with men women and kids but needs time to trust. He’s no longer chewing anything. He is very strong on a lead although can be good at walking. In the car, he is very excited but travels well.

Goru sleeps on his bed or wherever I am”. Goru is very affectionate and human-oriented. He is very smart and loves learning new things will enjoy puppy training classes or agility classes.

Goru has no known health issues vaccinated with rabies, and DHLPP provided worms treatment and microchipped.

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For further details regarding adopting a dog from Paw Help UK, please email pawhelpuk@gmail.com or by telephoning/WhatsApp +447932590993 for an application form or queries. Paw Help UK is foster based Rescue helping UK based dogs surrendered by owners to find new homes. Paw Help UK is run by dogs-loving enthusiastic volunteers (not paid positions) and exists only on public donations (including Adoption Fees as a means to support rescue work: (transportation, sterilisation, vet bills and vaccinations). A lot of our rescue dogs are fostered in UK before going to their forever homes. Paw Help UK also works as an adoption office for pets rescued in Poland, Ukraine and Belarus, we are helping the abandoned pets of all ages, health, temperaments, and history to find a forever loving home in Britain. All dogs pass a health check, have their tests, full vaccinations and behavior assessment before arriving in the UK. We support the sterilisation campaign in those countries and send 50 pounds from each adoption fee for stray dog sterilisation.

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