Rupert – 5 year old male Patterdale Terrier Cross

Rupert is a 5 year old male Patterdale Terrier Cross. He is looking for a new home as he’s becoming very stressed with the new baby in the home.

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Rupert is a typical terrier that is incredibly loving and will happily snuggle up on the sofa with you.

Rupert cannot be home with children as he finds them very unpredictable and this causes him to become very stressed.

The current owners have owned him since he was a puppy and he has had the best of the best but Rupert is very worried/stressed by the new baby in the home, so the current owners feel he would be much happier in an adult-only home where he can relax and be the lap dog he longs to be.

Rupert loves his walks and is ok with other dogs – could potentially live with another older female but meet-and-greets would need to happen.

No cats or small furries. Rupert is vaccinated, microchipped and castrated. He is fully house-trained. Please get in touch for more information about this beautiful boy. He is currently located in Trowbridge.

Dogs Paws Aid
Dogs Paws Aid

For further details about adopting a dog from Dogs Paws Aid, please contact Jayne by emailing Fredpocock1@gmail.com or call 0788 8833336.

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

Dogs Paws Aid is a small non-profit, self-funded group of people, passionate about rescuing and homing needy street/kill shelter dogs in Europe, including the UK. Those from overseas we transport out of the country to the UK, where they receive all the vet treatments they need prior to re-home giving them the hope and love they deserve because we care.

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