Taffy – 11 year old male Welsh Border Collie

My name is Taffy.  I’m looking for a loving new home as my owner has a terminal illness and is unable to care for me now.
I’m an 11-year-old Welsh Border Collie.  Despite being a bit older I’m in perfect health and I’m very energetic and love long walks.  I’m neutered, microchipped, house-trained and my vaccinations are up‑to‑date.  I did have a flea allergy but now this is under control my beautiful coat is quickly returning to its former glory (as you can see, my hair is a little shorter on my back half).
I adore human company – I love being stroked and talked to so I’m a very good companion dog.  I’m good with children but sometimes chase cats, ducks!  Because I was attacked by another dog when I was a puppy I need to be introduced to new dogs slowly – being of a certain age I just don’t always appreciate it when big dogs bound up to me! Like a lot of dogs I don’t like loud bangs (fireworks, thunder) but I have a couple of funny quirks of my own:  I don’t like being watched while I’m eating and I shiver with excitement when I’m anticipating something nice (like walkies).

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Valgrays Border Collie Rescue Surrey

For further details regarding adopting a dog from Valgrays Border Collie Rescue Surrey, please telephone 01883 624513 (calls between 9 am and 5 pm please). We cannot guarantee to return all calls, please call again until you manage to speak to someone. Alternatively, please email valgrays@hotmail.co.uk.

Address: The Horsehoes, 33 Crewes Lane, Warlingham, Surrey CR6 9NS.

Please note, a donation is required for any rehomed dog. Valgrays prefer to rehome within the Sussex, Surrey, Kent area, but will rehome further a field if all the appropriate checks can be done.

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