Shane is a young tri-colour Collie under 1 years old. Shane was re-homed about a month ago, sadly he has recently been returned to us as it’s been discovered that Shane has quite a bad knee problem.  I believe the people who adopted Shane wished to train him for agility or similar, but obviously he is not now able to do this which is a real shame as he would have loved it and this poor boy has been passed from pillar to post again.

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Anyone who is seriously considering adopting Shane can phone St Giles and speak to Rod or Sally or will be about to tell you more about Shanes knee problem and the implications of it.

He has got alot of energy, and is still very bouncy despite his knee problem. He will need a fun, understanding family who can entertain this dog and give him plenty of stimulation to burn off some of his excess energy!

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St Giles Animal Rescue Centre

For further details please contact St Giles Animal Rescue by telephone 01823 490333 or email rescue@stgilesanimalcentre.co.uk. Address: St Giles Kennels & Rehoming Centre, Sedgmoor Drove, Wrantage, Somerset, TA 7BU. Please note, all dogs rehomed from this rescue will be microchipped, vaccinated and spayed/neutered.

Home checks are carried out and full post-adoption support is offered. They will also consider applications from and rehome to families with children ane employed people.

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