(Rehomed) Harry – 6 month old male West Highland White Terrier

Harry is a 6-month old male West Highland Terrier who is being fostered in South Wales. He came to us as an unsold puppy from a breeder due to the condition ‘Westie jaw’. He is receiving vet treatment for this currently in the form of steroids and is recovering well. Harry loves to be fussed by anyone. He likes to be cuddled and sit on your lap. He is excellent around children but maybe not very young children because of his puppy antics. He doesn’t get frightened of children in fact he likes them to stroke him. He reacts well to people on walks and likes to be made a fuss of. He loves to play with the 2 dogs in the house and garden. He is happy to meet other dogs on a walk. As he has been in foster for some time now with other dogs, we believe it would be nicer for him to have a home with another young dog for company. Not cat tested.

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Harry is very playful in the house and likes a cuddle in the evenings when he’s tired. He will let you know if he wants to be picked up. His housetraining is ongoing but getting better. He sleeps in the bedroom in his own bed until the morning. He has chewed some skirting board corners and likes to dig in the garden but he’ll grow out of this. He eats well and will also eat the other dogs’ food if he can. He also drinks a lot but this is partly due to the steroids. He seems to be fine when left for about 2 – 3 hours with other dogs for company.

Harry loves to go for walks and is happy on the lead. He travels fine in the back of the car. He’s well behaved at the vets. He loves to play with a ball and other toys. He loves being outside exploring the garden and likes to hide his toys. Due to his age he will benefit from further training and socialisation in most areas. He needs a home where people are around for him as he is a puppy and still needs training. He would be suited to a family with children but maybe not toddlers because of his puppy behaviour. Also, potential families would need to be aware of his jaw problems which hopefully won’t be an issue in the future. He would benefit from further training and socialisation in the form of puppy classes.

If you are interested in adopting Harry please read about our rehoming process and complete a Pre-Adoption form ( link here ) and one of our adoption coordinators will contact you for a chat.

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Friends of Animals Wales (formerly Friends of the Animals RCT)

For further details regarding Friends of Animals Wales (formerly Friends of the Animals RCT) please visit https://friendsofanimalswales.org.uk/category/dogs where you can complete a homing questionnaire, read the adoption guidelines and find more information about the animals in their care. They rehome all across the UK so distance is no problem. Set donation fees apply.

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