Max – 8 year old male Border Collie

Max is a stunning eight year old male Border Collie we’ve been contacted about today. He needs a Border Collie experienced home as he nips when people around him get too giddy. He’s been with his owners since a puppy and he does live with his litter brother but he is dominant towards him. He isn’t keen on other animals so needs to be an only pet. Older children only given his nipping behaviour (which is such a common trait with the breed).

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He’s not been being walked but does need a home where he will get plenty of walks as Collies are high energy. He’s fine to be left for up to four hours at a time. He’s unused to travelling in a car so will need someone to acclimatize him to that. He’s not been neutered or vaccinated but we will be doing this as part of the adoption process.

He’s currently in Chesterfield. He needs a foster or forever home (foster homes within one hour of Rotherham, forever homes anywhere in the UK but you will need to travel to where Max is to meet him).

Homecheck, vet reference and adoption fees apply for all of our animals. We only rehome where previous/resident dogs were/are speyed/neutered unless on veterinary advice.

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JLP Trust Animal Rescue South Yorkshire
For further details regarding adopting a dog from JLP Trust Animal Rescue in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, please email enquiries@jlptrustanimalrescue.org.uk or telephone 07766 766252. JLP Trust Animal Rescue is a foster based rescue in South Yorkshire (Rotherham and the surrounding areas) and we offer help to animals who need us to find them a new home for whatever the reason. Sadly many animals, especially in the South Yorkshire area, find themselves needing a new home, abandoned or neglected through no fault of their own. We try to help as many of these as possible through providing help with rehoming, foster homes and help to owners wherever possible to ensure that the animals remain safe, looked after and loved until a new forever home can be found. For every animal we help we provide homechecks, vaccination, neutering and microchipping and lifetime back up if anything should go wrong in their new home.
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