Stan – 5 year old male Patterdale Terrier

Stan is a 5 year old male Patterdale Terrier. He came to Rescue Remedies after a relationship breakdown. He had been kept inside, not walked or socialised. He came to the shelter in January 2021.

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Stan is a happy friendly little dog but he will need patient owners willing to grow a bond. Ideally, a terrier-experienced home is preferred. He is not for children so please don’t apply if you have children.

Stan has shown no problems with other dogs and his previous owner said he is good with cats. Stan is fearful of new people and will not tolerate being handled by them.

However, his regular walkers have been so patient with him and made him realise that it is ok to be touched. All this goes to show that with time, patience and familiarity Stan is indeed ready to go to his own home.

People would have to put in the groundwork for him to trust them as he trusts his regular walkers. He is an absolute gem of a little dog.

Rescue Remedies
Rescue Remedies

Rescue Remedies is located in the south of the UK and is run by a very small team of volunteers. We are rarely able to take in dogs from the public. We save our dogs from UK council pounds through dog wardens when their seven days have passed.

If you are interested in rehoming one of our lovely dogs, please read the adoption information and complete the homing questionnaire. You can find full information about all our dogs on our Rescue Remedies forum."

Adoption Information
https://www.rescueremedies.co.uk/adopt-a-homeless-dog/

Homing Questionnaire
https://rescueremedies.wufoo.eu/forms/rescue-remedies-homing-questionnaire/

Rescue Remedies Forum
https://www.rescueremediesdogrescue.co.uk/index.php

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