Dogs & Cats looking for homes from home
Here are some dogs & cats that we are trying to find loving homes for. They are currently not at either of our Centres. Please use our contact form or more information and/or to arrange a meet & greet.
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Colour: Black & white
Aimee (Amy) is a lovely gentle girl and a pleasure to be around.
Amy likes everyone, she is friendly and docile and everyone who meets Amy loves her. She gets on well with all dogs and is completely non reactive even if they are boisterous and noisy. Nothing phases Amy, she deals with loud noises, crowds, children, dogs and even cats and squirrels (!) in her own serene way.
She has fitted easily into life with a 5 month old kitten and 8 year old child. She has endless patience and submits willingly to being batted on the nose (cat), hugged, fussed and umm, dressed up (child).
Like most greyhounds Amy does not need much exercise and certainly does her walks at her own pace - which is mostly an amble. She does love long slow walks across the fields and woods as well and is very happy to spend a couple of hours wandering/blackberry picking and sniffing.
As an old lady her typical sighthound days of chasing small furry things are long behind her. She ignores cats, rabbits, horse, sheep and squirrels. She is good off lead in a secure area - she tends to just walk behind you. Her recall is fine as long as she can see you.
Amy takes life at a slow pace, but she is getting fitter and has been know to bound about the garden a bit and even break into a trot!
At home she spends a lot of time chilling out on her bed or at my feet. She is friendly and nosy and follows you around the house just wanting a stroke and a chat. Amy could easily be left as she mostly snoozes. She does not have a destructive bone in her body and will even leave an open pack of food alone if you accidentally leave it out. Amy can’t climb stairs!
She is great with my kitten. Very interested in her but just wants to be friends. She wouldn’t chase the cat, even if she could - even the slowest cat in the world could outrun Amy! The cat now uses Amy’s tail for hunting practice while Amy just lies there looking on. They both follow me around together, Amy first, the cat following Amy. They are now safe to be left alone together so she could easily live with another cat and I suspect also another dog.
She has been walked with a variety of dogs and is calm and gentle with them all. she has been out and about and travels well in cars and on buses (though you may have to lift her in/on). She has been to some local shows and behaved impeccably - winning rosettes for Best Rescue and Best Veteran at the Dormansland horse and dog show!
Amy is good with children, very gentle and enjoys a fuss and will happily be bathed, brushed and played with. She also likes her time alone, and will just mooch off to her bed if she has had enough. Children love Amy because she is relaxed and calm.
Despite being slow of movement Amy did manage to get out of my (I thought) dog proof garden. She squeezed though a tiny gap in the hedge and stood quietly in my neighbours garden until we came and got her.
Amy loves her food and is very polite and will always wait for to put her food down before eating. She understands wait, no, leave, sit and lie down most of the time.
Amy is a lovely dog, very low maintenance and chilled, who has obviously been loved. She would suit a home where she can be exercised at her own pace - slow - and have somewhere nice to relax. She is delightful to have around will bring a lot of joy to someone who wants a gentle, kind dog who loves all people and animals.
Amiee is looking for a new home due to know fault of her own.Please see the fosterers report on her. Aimee is being rehomed from the fosterers home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or email@example.com for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet. Amiee is currently living in Dormansland, Surrey very near to Last Chance Edenbridge. All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered to
Female 7 and a half years old
Breed: Rottweiler / Lab mix
Colour: Black & Tan
"Kiara is our beautiful, loving and playful Rottie-Lab cross that we had the absolute pleasure of rescuing and making part of our family nearly four years ago since we collected her from Battersea Dogs Home at the age of 3. Kiara or Kiki as we like to call her is a true companion, who will always be keen to cuddle and play in and out of the house. Kiara knows her limits and always follows household rules, she is fully house trained and follows commands with ease and enthusiasm. Kiara is happy to have a long snooze if you will be out for various hours in the day and will greet you with a thumping tail wag and a belly roll as soon as you walk in the door.
Kiki will stick by your side during walks through the woodlands, whilst occasionally darting off after a neighbouring squirrel. In the park, Kiki is happy to stick to herself or play ball games with you or a group of friends, as she usually finds the experience of meeting and socialising with new dogs stressful and sometimes threatening. For this reason, we think Kiara would be happier if she was the only dog in her next household.
However, Kiki is collected by a dog walker 4x a week who takes her and many other dogs in her pack along walks through South London. She has immersed herself into the pack and feels very comfortable with dogs that are familiar to her. We are absolutely heartbroken to be looking for another home for our beloved Kiki as she has brought an infinite amount of joy and love to our lives. However, we are expecting our first baby in September and Kiara has unfortunately been unable to cope with babies crying or being picked up in the past. Since keeping her is no longer an option, we are very keen to find a perfect home for her where she will be well looked after and given the love and attention she deserves. Please contact us if you require further information."
Reason for rehoming:
Kiara is unfortunately not good around young children and my wife is pregnant and due to give birth in September.
Please detail below what the dog is like with the following:
Young Children: She is nervous around young children and reacts badly when they are picked up.
Older Children: She is fine with older children and very good when they are above the age of 10.
Other Dogs: She is also nervous around other dogs and is not well socialised. Despite this, she is fine around dogs that she knows and goes on walks with the same group of dogs 4 days a week, without any incidents.
Cats: She is not good around cats.
Men: She is great, very friendly around men and women.
Women: She is great, very friendly around men and women.
Does the dog have any issues as follows:
Separation Anxiety: No she doesn't suffer from this.
Walking on a lead: She can pull on the lead but she is very reactive to instructions.
Aggression: She is generally a calm and relaxed dog but she does have certain triggers, e.g. other dogs that show too much of an interest in her, small children and loud motorbikes.
Recall (off lead): Very good recall.
Food Aggression: None
Excessive Barking: She very rarely barks
House Trained: Very well house trained
Health Problems: No health issues.
Travel well in the car: She loves travelling in cars
Kiara is looking for a new home due to know fault of her own. Please see the owners report and the reasons why they want to find her a new home. Kira is being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet.Kiara is currently living in London, SW2. All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered to.
Breed: Pom cross
So here below follows Lilo’s life story so far.
Lilo is a mixed breed Italian dog, might have Pomeranian in him…he is a beautiful fox-like looking ginger coloured 9year old male born on the 16th of December 2019.
He was already about 3months of age when he luckily got rescued by my Italian girlfriend who up until now is still the owner of Lilo. She brought him over to England to stay with her ca.4years ago because she started working and living her life here in the UK. Also because she didn’t have anyone who could nor wanted to take care of Lilo in Italy (where she had him for already almost 6yrs)! That’s why she had no choice of bringing him along; therefore Lilo has a valid passport to travel too.
Francesca has been taking care of Lilo as good as she could even though it became difficult for her at times to keep him since she lives in a room with no garden and no other options for her to offer him the time and environment he really needs. Also because she works full time and is needing to move home soon, her circumstances are forcing her to provide a different living solution for Lilo who deserves a fair life either on a farm but definitely preferably in the countryside with calm owners, ideally only one person. He is an excellent guard dog, always has been, and constantly keen on protecting his Kin/pack. He used to even live with a cat so all is possible... His nature is very lovable and attached to anyone who shows him affection. He gets a bit clingy when he wants to cuddle and being stroked. He’s adorable like that, Lilo truly loves to be pampered and petted, he’s very loving and shows that. He also loves children (but not when hyperactive). Because of who he is and became, he really likes his own space and doesn’t like to be touched or fiddled on his feet/paws much (he lets you know with growling..).
We guess that he may have had some neurological problems or simply has been traumatised by his original owners- an old couple with walking sticks. I also do think that he may not have had the crucial socialising time with his mother & puppy siblings when taken on by this elderly couple and therefore lacks some essential important development skills which affected his mental/social behaviours which he never learnt since birth..??
Cuz when a friend of Francesca got him for her, he was literally rescued away from this couple who sadly used to probably hit him (most likely with their walking sticks cuz he often barks at older people or individuals with disabilities who hold certain type of supportive sticks!). Also, they kept Lilo living in their old bath tub to do his toilet needs plus eat and sleep there too! No wonder he lost trust in humans since very young age and got somewhat conditioned in a negative way!!
Unfortunately the only two things that Lilo always did and rarely stopped is barking loudly at dogs & people when he’s guarding the home or passing without smelling them first (cuz once he meets them, he’s fine!)...and the food dominance if he already has something in his mouth or generally claimed it.
Sometimes he nips when accidentally stepped on or when physically trying to move him out of the way, but that’s because again he never learnt to trust others and not even himself. So he can get very unsure at times, and he hates fireworks and thunderstorms… Where he usually likes to hide under beds or chairs and things to feel protected and safe. He has a very good appetite and therefore should have a healthy light and wheat/sugar free nutrition. Her owner who happens to be a chef often prepared him fresh foods like cooked rice, white fish, veggies or chicken for him!
He looks and is very healthy and is strong by nature. He’s overall so well that we were even able to (finally!) neuter him last autumn in 2018, in the hope to reduce his testosterone prone and quite obsessive behaviours of pulling on the lead and marking territory etc. And his whole behaviour did dramatically improve, and certain habits are positively changing since last year; not only after his castration but also via my constant help in rehabilitating him: I mean, anything hectic like people and especially unpredictable teenagers/young kids who are loud when playing or fighting, he tends to react super excited and anxious too. Starts barking and gets nervous when he hears arguing and shouting or noises and laughter, anyone hyper or aggressive he will sense and mirror back, also when people are playing with any balls (esp on hard pavements) or run past which all takes him by surprise, he obviously gets insecure and stressed.
Hence through various assessments and attempts to desensitise him, he managed to calm down a lot and is a tremendous loyal pal because he’s clever and naturally highly trainable. He’s an obedient dog, one that many could only wish for as a companion guarding your home and family risking his life for you.
On the bright side he’s such a good and controlled dog that despite of showing some separation anxiety due to being left for very long hours sometimes daily..even if he received long walks early morning and in the evenings (understandably, because with his present owner he often had to be left for 7 to 10hours even on his own in the room), yet he never ever soiled the floor ever except once or maybe twice when he was actually feeling poorly and had diarrhoea... Bless him!
Overall, even though quite vocal, he is an amazing dog to fall in love with; he possesses a great and humorous character and is ‘full of beans’, who will make you laugh a lot and who simply needs the right person/tribe and place for finally spending the rest of his precious life with the perfect forever home!
Forgive me if I forgot to add anything else needed. And sorry for the long email, haha :-)
We sure look forward to hear from you soon and heed great hopes to find the right and best people for sweet Lilo~
LILO is looking for a new home due to know fault of his own.Please see the owners report on him and the reasons why they want to find him a new home. LILO is being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or email@example.com for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet. LILO is currently living in Eastbourne, East Sussex. All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered to
Breed: Cockapoo X
This is Maia a beautiful cocker spaniel cross cockapoo.
Maia is loyal, fun loving, intelligent and playful. She has been trained in all basic commands, recall (inc with whistle) is excellent and is trustworthy to be left alone around the home. She sleeps well and can be left at home for several hours at a time on occasion. She walks well on lead. Maia loves to play with her toys and enjoys a game of fetch. She loves to go for her walks and enjoys a run at the park.
Following a traumatic event at the vets she is hyper vigilant and can be anxious. This manifests itself in a few ways. She will not allow touching of legs and grooming so makes looking after her coat difficult. She can also be nervous and will react to some dogs when on lead, certainly if they bark at her. Due to her anxiety we only allow her off lead when we are certain there are no other dogs or people around. She has it in her to be food dominant as we have seen several times with our dogs. She has also been territory dominant so we are careful with visitors. However, she has lived with 2 other dogs all her life and gets on well with them.
Maia would therefore suit an adult only household who are experienced in handling a nervous dog and would treat her with the love and care she needs, she is a gorgeous loving dog. We are very very sad to have to re-home her but because of the above issues we have to due to a baby coming and will support her new family with answering questions / help her settle/ provide advice / solving any issues.
Maia, once settled, will be an absolutely lovely addition to a calm home and be a loyal companion to them.
Maia is a lovely dog with a few issues. Unfortunately Maia had a bad experience at the vets and as a result has left her hyper vigilant and OCD. She needs careful and loving handling from experienced dog owners. This also means I feel she would need to be in an adult only home as she can be very anxious. She can be possessive over toys and her food with other dogs. She walks well on her lead and is housetrained. Maia gets on well with our male Labrador but likes to dominate our female 10 year old cavalier. Maia has trouble with going to the vets and as a result hasn't been vaccinated since she was three. She loves long walks in the countryside and loves to run off the lead, she has very good recall to a whistle or calling. She can be nervous around new dogs. She likes to play with her toys and loves scent training. Maia is incredibly affectionate and loyal.
Reasons for transferring the dog
I am 5 months pregnant and I feel that Maia wouldn't cope well with the transition that our family will make with the new baby.
Maia is looking for a new home due to know fault of her own, please read the owners write up below. Maia is being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet.Miai is currently living in Ashford, Kent. All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered to.
Colour: Fawn with black mask
Cooper has had a tough start in life and from the age of 6 months has dealt with significant skin allergies that without his daily steroid tablet made him scratch and bleed. As he grew, his allergies worsened and his ear became affected by the allergies resulting in one ear infection after another. We made the decision to give him a total ear ablation and realign his ear canal to minimise the chances of those reoccurring infections. This has been a success but he still continues to require the steroids.
Due to coopers tender skin and ears from a puppy, when a child or unfamiliar face would touch or approach him, his defence mechanism would provoke him to snap or bite as a way of protecting himself. It took us many many months to trial medications and finally find the root cause of his allergies. After extensive testing and immunotherapy - we concluded that he has the highest intolerance to fish and dust. Dust is something that cooper will always be exposed too and therefore is something he has to live with.
Through the years, his aggressiveness has worsened and we feel that is very much due to the environment he is in. We are a busy household with a little baby that can be quite noise at times and we see that this makes him uncomfortable and at times, irritable. Additionally, we have another dog that Cooper tends to vent his outburst towards.
Cooper lashed out at our other dog during a feud over food. During this altercation, Cooper caught her eye on the edge of a metal stool causing the eye to immediately dislodge from the eye socket. He was left blind in one eye and now even more vulnerable.
After many years of trying to manage our household and ensure it is one suitable for our Cooper, we realise that it just isn’t appropriate any more and we need to do our best by him.
Reaching out for a lovely, caring individual or couple that can take our first born and give him the life that he deserves. He has so much love to give.
We have tried almost every option we could before this point. Including training, immunotherapy, change in diet, nurtured etc but we now feel due to the circumstances of having our little baby - we fear she may become a target for him.
I should add that we are happy to continue to financially fund Cooper and his medications etc.
Reasons for transferring the dog
We have made the difficult decision to look into rehoming one of our two French bulldogs. Cooper is 3 years old and has had a difficult start to life.
Cooper has allergies to dust mites & white fish which he receives ongoing daily medication for (steriods). As well as allergies, he has had to have a total ear canal ablation in both ears due to ongoing ear infections. However, recently, due to an altercation with our other French bulldog, he has had to have an eye removed due to trauma and impact of them fighting.
Cooper from a very early age (6 months) became jealous and possessive over things such as (food, toys, people) etc. As a result, he would often nip toes. This kind of behaviour continued for some time but has worsened as the years went on. Since we have had our other bulldog join our family, Cooper now channels his jealousy towards him and the fights are now frequent and usually triggered by food or toys. We have tried to remove as much as possible and we have spent hundreds of pounds on training to try and control the situation better. However, there’s still moments where the jealousy gets the better of Cooper and we are caught off guard when the fights take place.
Cooper struggles with busy and loud environments. He is very settled when alone with his owners in a quiet and relaxing atmosphere.
Cooper is a very intelligent and loving dog and he would be the perfect pet for a single person or couple with no intentions of an extended family living situation.
At the moment we are totally unsure how to go about this and it has taken us a very long time to make contact with anyone regarding this matter. We have been agonising over how to solve this problem. However, the decision has been taken out of our hands now as we have a baby within the family and we are worried that Coopers frustrations may soon turn towards her.
I hope that you can understand that we haven’t made this decision lightly and we have exhausted all other options I.e behaviourists, in home training, group training, castration, change in medications, changes in diet and we have even limited guests visiting our home etc. We have done this over the past couple of years in the hope that we could possibly maintain and control the situation to prevent any further outbursts. However, sadly over the past month Cooper has had to deal with yet another traumatic incident leaving him with only one eye. We can’t risk this happening again to either or them or anyone else.
This is our last hope and we feel at such a young age, in the right environment - coopers life could continue.
Diet; Dry food (Grain free and no fish ingredients)
Prednicare (steroid) 1 tablet per day
Vet costs: £15 per month for tablets
Check up 2x per year
Sunbathing in the back garden
Belly rubs & Strokes
Children and unfamiliar faces
Sharing food or toys with other dogs
Left alone for too long
Too cold or too warm (regulate heat)
Cooper is looking for a new home due to know fault of his own.Please see the owners report on him and the reasons why they want to find him a new home. Cooper is being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or email@example.com for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet. Cooper is currently living in Ayrshire. All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered to
Male 13 months
Breed: Rottweiler cross Rhodesian Ridgeback
Colour: black & Tan
Diego first came to us as a rescue from London. A friend of ours came across Diego while he was with a small gang. These people were pouring drinks on him, hitting him, tying his lead around him and putting cigarettes out on him so our friend intervened and with the help of the police, took Diego from them. Our friend was unable to keep Diego due to having a young family and a very busy schedule so we agreed to take ownership. Diego did not like to be left alone at night and suffered from separation anxiety when he was left alone in the daytime but after a while, he soon settled into a routine and living with our family. Diego likes to have something in his mouth, be it a toy, stick or somebody’s hand, this is not an aggressive thing, it is more of a comfort to him.
Diego can become very excitable when somebody visits the house; he loves to run up to them and sometimes he will jump up. Diego is just trying to say hello, and is not being aggressive.
We have worked very hard in training Diego. His recall is great and will he always come back to you. It is always handy to have a treat ready for him for when he comes running back. He knows simple commands such as sit, stop, no and wait. While training with him we appeared on the Chanel 5 show, Dogs Behaving Very Badly where an expert came in and worked with Diego for around 3 days, this dramatically improved his behaviour. The difference was well noticed.
Diego needs to be on a lead with a nose harness while walking near cars as he has a tendency to lunge at them. He also likes to chase rabbits, squirrels and birds and will chase cows, sheep and deer if he comes across them. Other than that, Diego is very good on his walks and loves running across the fields and in the woods and will interact with other dogs. Diego needs two 5 – 7k walks per day; one in the morning and one in the afternoon/early evening. He is very sociable and will happily play with other dogs.
Diego is a very loving dog and loves his evening cuddles but he can become aggressive when he feels threatened in the house and has once bitten a member of our family. Therefore he can only be rehomed with an experienced dog handler who has the time to continue with his training.
The reason we are looking to re-home Diego is that we will be welcoming two new-born babies into our household soon and feel this will be unfair on Diego as he needs his own space and attention. Diego needs to go to an adult only home with somebody experienced in looking after large breed dogs. He could be homed with another dog but definitely not with cats as he likes to chase them.
Diego is looking for a new home due to know fault of his own.Please see the owners report on him and the reasons why they want to find him a new home. Diego is being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet. Diego is currently living in Uckfield. East Sussex All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered to
Breed: Dogue de Bordeaux
Once Winnie has bonded with you she is the sweetest girl going. She loves to follow you around and is a great companion. She loves going in the car and travels amazingly well. She loves her swimming pool and will go in and out of it through out the day and night. She loves her tummy being tickled and once she knows you is happy for you to touch her on the head. She loves to bring you gifts and will fetch a shoe, tea towel or blanket to show off to you. She loves praise and understands laughter. She also like to laugh and offer when she sleeps she wags her tail. She understands boundaries so will wait to be invited onto the sofa and knows not to go upstairs. She Loves being around her favourite humans and once settled and bonded She is happy to meet new people especially when she is rewarded with a treat. She is house trained and knows basic commands. Sit, come, wait and give. She walks well on the lead but gets very excited if she sees a furry (Rabbit) so hold on as she is a fit girlie. She is in really
Good health and a gorgeous example of a DDB. When Winnie sees you first thing in the moving she will sometimes take your cloths in her mouth and hold you wagging her tail.
Winnie does take a long time to settle in and trust her humans. Time as patients would be needed. I feel she has been scolded a lot as she does look very worried when she thinks she has done something wrong. I deal with this by walking away from her so she doesn’t feel cornered, call her away and laugh! Hearing you laugh really helps her to relax. She is head shy! Especially around strangers but this is improving with us socialising her with humans and the more she trusts us the more relaxed she is becoming around our friends and family. If a stranger does approach and they don’t listen to us she will bark and air nip. She is saying back up buster! She is stubborn but this is normal with her breed and I feel she has been left and almost forgotten about over the years so now someone telling her what to do is a little confusing as she is now 5-6. Winnie was left in a garden for up to 8 hours a day and was made to sleep in a conservatory. She was ok in there. It hated it when it rained and would hide under their stairs. Previous owners used to get her out with a broom.
Resource guarding- Main resource is her food bowl. She did guard objects when she first came to us but this has already improved. I feed Winnie from what I can mKe out the whole feeding Winnie was built up and Winnie found it very stressful. She was only feed once a day. She was made to sit and wait but when I have done this the atmosphere was incredibly tense and she would growl and bark at you if she had to go passed you to get to her bowl. I also had her growling at me while in the kitchen as no one made us aware of the resource guarding issues. I now feed outside I don’t make a big deal out of it. She is feed twice a day. I have started training so his would need to be carried on.
On lead aggression with dogs. So far we have witnessed 2 accounts of Winnie going for. Dogs while on the lead. Where we live is very quite so we don’t see a lot of dogs. We have been taking Winnie to Doodley dogs for controlled dog socialisation she is doing well. It’s still early day and the lead aggression still need to be worked on.
Home for Winnie
Winnie needs a animal free home but in the right hands and with careful introduction she would be better with another large breed dog no small dogs. No young children. She has lived with children but with resource guarding I don’t feel appreciated or safe. Defiantly no cats! She needs someone that wants a companion and not be left for hours and hours on her own. She need a home that has a garden that doesn’t have easy assess and she can’t see people walking passed. In a ideal world Winnie needs an area she feels safe. For example when she is eating. She loves her pool and it a great stress reliever for her so she would need a pool (Defo)
Travels brilliantly and will happily stay in the car all day
House trained and not destructive
Can be left for reasonable time at home
Respectful of boundaries
Seem fit and healthy lots of energy but also likes to chill
Very good on lead of no distractions
Pretty quite generally doesn’t react to barking
Will stand and be washed down out side with a hose
Like a stroke once she gets to know you
Loved her paddling pool
Food+ resource Guarding- needs own space to eat but can be approached with high value treats so working progress
Wary of strangers especially entering property- working progress
Not good with other dog on lead, cannot trust with other dogs off lead out of a controlled environment. Currently undergoing socialising training
Prey Drive- High especially dear! So recall which can be great with treats can also be non existent
Head shy with strangers
Has never bitten but will snap/warn/growl
Unpredictable can be fine with some people and wary with others
I think a lot is the same as what I’ve put but think it’s important to have feed back from both as we spend time away from each other as well as together with her.
Dan like my self feels Winnie either needs a experienced foster that can help with her issues of a child and Dog free home again with someone that Has experience with this breed.
Winnie is looking for a new home due to know fault of her own, please read the owners write up below. Winni is being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or email@example.com for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet. Winnie is currently living in Ashurst West Sussex . All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered to
Breed: Italian mastiff x bulldog
Mia needs a loving home with a garden and for her new mum/dad to have experience with the mastiff/cross breed.
Why Mia is an amazing dog and member of the family to have,
She loves a game of fetch and tug-of-war, her favourite toys are a child’s bath duck and fluffy lion ball (pictures will be included) and she doesn’t destroy her toys either. If you get a laser pen then also expect HOURS of endless fun of Mia chasing the light. Mia is a gentle ‘sort of’ giant only weighing 24kg. She will guard her new mum especially because she bonds to women better than men but does trust men it just takes a little longer. She was scared of my male neighbours at first but now she loves them! My whole family loves Mia and are sad to see her go. She isn’t shy of a few treats during the day and when she takes them you will feel her barely touch your hand. Her favourite treat at the moment is a carrot! Mia is aware she is a strong dog so with people she loves she is extra gentle. She thinks she is a lap dog so expect lots of cuddles! The only time you feel her strength is when she wants attention and paws your arm so expect some bruises but know it is out of love! Chest and tummy rubs are also top of her favourite things to do list. And will smother you in kisses given the chance so keep wet wipes handy! Mia can be left on her own up to three hours, four at a push. Expect your postman to have a fright every morning for a while as Mia will tell you of anyone at your front door. She doesn’t destroy letters just gives the poor postman a slight heart attack. Mia’s bark alone is deep and will put off any thief’s attempt to break into your home. She isn’t expensive to feed so a bag of chicken and veg 12kg wagg is fine with her. Can get it at pets@home for only £11 sometimes of offer for £9. Mia loves long walks on the beach and at quieter country parks, she also has brilliant recall unless she see’s a squirrel then it might take a few calls. Loves a car ride but keep a back seat footwell clear as that is where she lays feeling safest. Like most dogs all the while her tail is up and wagging she is happy! Mia just wants to be where you are.
Now every dog has it’s less appealing side so here is Mia’s and I hope it won’t frighten you off too much.
Mia by nature is a guard dog but she also suffers with very bad anxiety. When she was a puppy she was abused by men and used for breeding at too young of an age so she lacks doggie etiquette. This meaning she must be the only dog/pet in the home and no children younger than 12. Children put Mia on edge as they are full of energy and fast movements. If small children are to come round then it would be best to keep Mia shut in a room or garden out the way for her own peace of mind. Small animals like hamsters are fine and fish etc as she isn’t bothered by them. This also applies to any guests she would consider strangers. If you want her to be comfortable around someone new then take her on a walk so she gets used to their voices and see’s you be relaxed around them. She is scared of men so expect it to take time for her to trust them but once she does she will treat them the same as women with endless love and affection. If you feel vulnerable when outside she will act on it and not let anyone you don’t know near you. If you sit down in a country park for example she will growl and lunge at people/dogs that come too close for her liking but please remember that is also her anxiety from a traumatic past. Also Mia must be muzzled when she is outside due to her anxiety as she panics when dogs off lead run at her. Any person would panic too if a stranger or dog ran at us! She is also scared of bicycles and scooters, anything that looks like a stick. She is fine with me handling anything like it so she will adjust to you. Her best short walk would be when it is quietest so leaving the muzzle off is fine, I do that where I live so she can have a better sniff. If you live next to farm fields she will have a lot of fun charging around but please be aware of your surroundings. Her muzzle is custom leather made to fit her so it should fit in your coat pocket. Mia has a skin condition which you can read up on from her vets reports, it’s mainly stress and anxiety induced. At the moment I have her on a citopoint injection once a month which costs me £114 but that is only due to her finding where I live stressful. In a less stressful environment with a garden she should only need apoquel tablets which are cheaper to get online from a vet website. A bath once a month also helps keep her skin happy and reduces dandruff build up, do not use a cheap shampoo brand as it will have a bad reaction on Mia’s skin. Having a dog that smells nice is always a plus too! Before her dinner time meal she has a joint tablet because she gets stiffness in her back legs, those you can get online pretty cheap. Every so often her ears get waxy so she will need vet prescribed ear drops but a decent home care wash will reduce that from flaring up.
So there you have it, Mia has some baggage but over all she is a goofy, loving dog with so much more love and affection to give even after what she has been through. She is only 3 years old but still a baby with a long happy life ahead of her. With the right home she will flourish and be the best doggy companion you could ask for!
She weighs 24kg.
She is toilet trained. She accepts treats very gently and raises each paw one at a time before taking her treat.
She is up to date with her vaccinations and flea and worming treatments.
She has skin allergies because of anxiety and has a monthly injection of Cytopoint which manages this. Mia has herbal tablets recommended by our Vet to help with her anxiety. She has had 3 previous owners. The first 2 were men and she was abused. She has had puppies at some point. Mia does not like sticks, brooms etc. She takes longer to trust men. She is ok with our Vet Bruce and she interacts with him. She is nervous in the waiting room with other dogs. She had no socialisation training.
When Mia goes out she wears a muzzle because if something frightens her she lunges and then tries to walk home.
Children on bicycles and scooters frighten her. She is nervous of street walking.
She loves car rides, smaller quieter country parks and secure back gardens.
She is good off lead with her muzzle on and comes back when called.
She sits at kerbs when waiting to cross the road. Mia can guard the human who is walking her if that person sits down. She sits on their feet facing forwards.
Sara taught her to play with doggy toys as she didnt know how too. She plays with all of them and doesn't damage them. One of her favourites is a little yellow plastic bath duck. Mia sleeps on her blanket on one end of the sofa but does sneak in and lay on Sara's bed.
She can be left indoors for up to 3 hours. She loves looking in shopping bags.
Once she knows and trusts someone she is affectionate, loves to play and likes a chest rub and a cuddle.
Sara has made the hard decision to put Mia up for Adoption because she has recently had a mental health crisis after 3 years of being ok and needs to look after herself and she doesnt want Mia's journey to have a safe happy life to suffer.
Mia is looking for a new home due to know fault of her own, please read the owners write up below. Mia is being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet.Mia is currently living in Gravesend, Kent. All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered to.
Breed: Spanish Mastin
Colour: Tri colour
Lilly is good on the lead, house trained, best homed with children 14+ because of her size, she's good with other dogs on a walk, in the house she needs her own space to chill, she's prob best the only dog or could be homed with a calm easy going laid back dog, the reason for rehoming her is because she's moved to a smaller house and garden were there is already 3 dogs, her owner is now working 12 hour shifts and we feel she needs more one to one and someone who can give her more time which she deserves. She's a lovely girl and likes to lick the Greek yogurt pot when we have finished Hopefully you can help find her a great home.
She is well behaved with dogs in public and open areas but in confined areas/ house she can become stressed in the presence of other dogs, therefore would be better as an only dog (however, we feel that she could potentially live with another calm dog if in a large area and if she had her own space away from the other dog to relax in). She is generally well behaved and has sweet personality. She would be better off in a older household but is used to dog savvy teenagers, she ideally needs a home where she can have more attention given to her.
Reasons for transferring the dog
Owners circumstances changed and is now working 12 hour shifts and he cannot give her the attention she needs, he has moved into his partners home but sadly she hasn't gotten along with the other dogs present (as she is used to living as an only dog), which is unfair on her and the other dogs. Also due to her size and living in a small terrace she is struggling to fit in and find her own space where she isn't bothered/ interrupted by the others. Due to the owners being busy most of the day it has left her a bit depressed as she is used to having her owners around more giving her more attention. This decision has not been taken lightly but it has been decided in the best interest of her she needs to be rehomed as this living situation has sadly not worked out.
Lilly is looking for a new home due to know fault of her own. Please see the owners report and the reasons why they want to find her a new home. Lilly is being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or email@example.com for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet.Lilly is currently living in Lowestoft. All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered to
Female & Male 6yrs and 4yrs
Breed: Fox Hound – Treeing Walker Coonhound
Colour: Tri colour
Washburne is looking for a new home due to know fault of his own.
Please see the owners report on them and the reasons why they want to find them a new home.
Washburne is being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet.
Washburne is currently living in London W13. All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered too, please check out our web site for further information www.lastchanceanimalrescue.co.uk
Breed Treeing Walker Coonhound
male, neutered and chipped, not yet fully vaccinated but will be done before adoption
Washburne, “Wash,” is a 4 year old neutered, male Treeing Walker Coonhound (We did a DNA test and he is a purebred, but likely the runt of the litter due to his smaller than standard size). He is medium sized weighing approximately 20 kg with a tri-color coat. He is a very unique dog in the UK because his breed recently originated in the United States where we adopted him. So he’s not just a great dog, but also a conversation starter!
It is with a heavy heart that we are seeking to rehome our dog Wash. We adopted Wash when he was approximately a year old as a companion to our anxious dog River. Wash is a high-energy, happy-go-lucky dog who is too intelligent and stubborn for his own good. He has a very strong sense of smell and will sniff out snacks in all sorts of hard-to-reach places. Wash is very good with all other dogs, and is very sweet and tolerant of children. I have caught our toddler pulling his ears and trying to climb on him, and he has not reacted to him at all. Wash is not, however, good with cats, as he wants to chase and play with them. He did live with a cat in the past, but they were not friends.
In 2018 we moved to London from the United States for work, and fought very hard and paid a fortune to bring our dogs with us. Sadly, the housing situation here is not suitable for our high-energy dog. Our house is much smaller and because of our other dog’s issues with our toddler, we have to keep the house partitioned to keep the dogs away from the toddler, leaving them very little space.
Wash’s biggest issue is that he has way too much energy. We take him on walks but he seems to need more off lead time to run around to fully get his energy out. Unfortunately, as a scent-hound, he is very food motivated and will follow his nose and ignore our recalls. We are unable to let him run around in the park anymore because he will jump on other people with food, knocking some park-visitors over, and has even stolen food from a baby. Because of this we cannot let him off lead anymore and he isn’t getting the exercise he needs. This pent up energy is manifesting itself in very destructive behaviour at home to the point where he is chewing and eating things that are causing upset stomachs and potential poisoning, and despite our best efforts he always seems to sniff out and find new things to eat/destroy, including prescription medication! Wash is also gets very excited for walks and visitors to the house to the point where he barks very loudly. I believe the barking is also the result of a lack of exercise because when he gets a good run, he is calm and sleepy.
We believe Wash would do well in a very active home where he can get at least 2 hours of exercise a day. He would be fine with children of any age, and would thrive in a home with other dogs. I do not think he should be in a home with a cat. Ideally, Wash’s new home would have a large, enclosed space for him to run freely without too many other people (i.e. not a popular public park). I could see Wash as a very happy dog at a farm, running around in the fields all day chasing birds and rabbits. Wash also has a very sweet side, and will often cuddle up on the sofa with us to watch television. Despite his lack of recall at the park, Wash has had extensive obedience training and is very intelligent, but he will only follow commands when it suits him. He has a great personality and would make the right family very happy.
Reasons for transferring the dog
We moved here from the United States about 6 months ago, and despite fighting tooth and nail to get him and his sister here, it's obvious they are not happy in our current living situation. We were unable to find something spacious enough for them, and due to our other dog's anxiety around our toddler, we have to keep them confined to a roughly 4 square meter space, which is really unfair to them. Additionally, Washburne is a very high energy dog, and we have not been able to find the time necessary for him to adequately get his energy out. Back in the United States, we would take him to a doggie daycare facility where he could run around and play all day so he would come home exhausted, but here we've been unable to find a suitable daycare for him, and he tends to be a nuisance when we let him off the lead in the parks, as he has no recall and likes to jump on people. Our inability to properly get his energy out means he gets it out in negative, destructive ways the second we take our eyes off of him. He needs a larger space with someone who either has the means to send him somewhere during the day to get his energy out or the ability to go out on lengthy walks/jogs with him every day.
Washburne is looking for a new home due to know fault of his own. Please see the owners report on him and the reasons why they want to find him a new home. Washburne is being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or email@example.com for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet.Washburne is currently living in London W13. All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered to. He is neutered and chipped, not yet fully vaccinated but will be done before adoption
male, 6 yrs
Further Information on our Buster
Buster came to us as a stray, he went out for a month or two to a younger couple. They told us he would become fixated on random items such as a pipe in the garden which he would just stare at it, and over time he started barking aggressively at it. They built a wooden structure around it so he could no longer see it, whilst they were building this he would attack & bark at the structure. Once it was built, he lost interest in it. He was affectionate in the home and would sit on their laps, but if he was on one of their laps and the other approached he would bare his teeth at them almost protective instinct, if they then sat down he would then get up and go sit on them, and then do this behaviour toward the person he was just sat on. He is obsessed by squeaky toys and will not stop until the toy is destroyed and the squeaker ruined. He picks toys up he wants to take back to his bed and circles relentlessly, the only way to break this is by dropping a treat near him, but if you're not quick enough he will eat the treat, re-pick the toy up and start circling again. He is also very reactive to loud noises, particularly bangs, and if he hears one when he is outside he begins circling and tries to come back indoors and will sometimes continue circling even when he has reached the safety of inside. This behaviour can sometimes be stopped with a squeaker or a treat but only if he is already back inside, it is very difficult to distract him or break the circling if he is outside when the noise occurs.
We have received the report from the behaviourist, find attached.
We have started some of his suggestions, such as the crate in his kennel, wearing a bandanna with rescue remedy on, moved to a different kennel. He hasn't shown much improvement but we've worked him to a point where we can have him off lead in the grounds and play with him, there's been a couple of bangs which he darts back inside, but if we ignore and continue to play he pops his head back out and comes running out. We're also using a food ball and hiding treats etc.
Patterdale Terrier (Buster)
● Excessive circling
● No signal alerts
● Holds body wrong to his action (s)
● Confused/nervous aggression
● Fixed/singles on item/ figure
● Suggested crate in kennel for bedtime at first then build up to regular use
● Feed him in ball out of kennel
● Find a herbal route for calming method
● Encourage more lead work away from main kennel block
● Wear a bandanna to distract his behaviour when people viewing
● Move to different kennel (try) and if feasible
● Wear rucksack with small weight in when exercising
A Ramsey's comments
I feel that when Buster trusts you he can be very much worked with and trained. I rescued a Springer Spaniel that was very similar to Buster in getting transfixed on an item, or in his case much of the time nothing at all that I could see. He would charge around chasing whatever it was. He would also go into a trance and you could not get him to acknowledge you at all. I would distract him by a noise with a command (enough) and channel him on something else, a ball, treat, cuddle etc. In time this behaviour became less and less, and only happens suddenly and very rarely and is broken in a second by learning that command.
I feel in time if he was taught to search for things, he would feel he has a purpose like he is going to work as such, the rucksack is also a very effective object, he will learn that when this is put on he is off to work. This can be started in the house, then out in the garden and eventually when out for walks.
This little dog just needs time and patience with plenty of stimulation love and exercise, challenged the right way he will be splendid companion. Have you the time and commitment to TRY???????????
Buster is a cheeky chappy who is looking for a loving patient home to call his own. He was originally found as a stray so we don't have much past history on him but it is possible he was mistreated as he is wary of strangers and absolutely terrified of loud noises. He isn't very keen on going for walks which tend to make him quite stressed but he simply LOVES chasing tennis balls so he would be better suited to someone with a large garden or bit of land where he can safely explore and play. Buster can sometimes exhibit compulsive behaviour as a stress response i.e circling if he is frightened but we have been working with him at the centre and have found he can be distracted by a treat or squeaky ball. Buster is a high energy dog and finds kennel life quite stressful so we would love to see him in a home, preferably in a one to one situation with someone who is experienced with the breed. Buster can be good with other dogs but will chase cats and he will need an adult only home. Once he knows and trusts you he is a very loving and loyal boy who just needs someone to give him a chance. Please call the New Romney branch on 01797 366620 for more information about this lovely lad.
Lapin & Luna
Male & Female 2yrs
Breed: French Lop
Lapin is neutered male French lop, very friendly, he has a torn ear, he was left at my boarding house as unwanted and after he was attacked by two male siblings that I have rehomed, the owner was unaware the boys should be neutered at 16 wks , this is why the attack happened, I have looked after him since he is now 2, I found Luna in pets at home 18 months ago, to bond with Lapin,! They are both so laid back.
She is unneutered, blue eyes and a white lop very pretty.
These two deserve to be with a family who will interact and play with them, they dance for their food and are lovely natured, I cannot give them much attention as I am looking after so many animals and now down sizing due to my age.
Reasons for transferring the rabbit
these rabbits have been abandonned at my boarding house,I AM NOW THE LEGAL OWNER OF THESE RABBITS
Lapin and Luna are looking for a new home due to know fault of their own. Please see the owners report on this very sad and desperate case, and the reasons why they want to find them a new home. Lapin and Luna are being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet. Lapin and Luna are currently living in Weybridge in Surrey. All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered to
Breed: Collie x Staff (may have Lurcher
Colour: Black/Brown with white chest, paws and collar
Here are good things about our Riley, first he is very handsome, and talk about clever, well!, h loves humans and other dogs, he is very cheeky but loveable and wants to be with you all the time, he travels well in the car, housetrained in his current home and we have no problems of the night time, he sleeps well all through the night.
I have tried to explain his good and his bad.
CLEVER - A positive and Negative, you need to be one step ahead as works things out but hence makes him able to train, just normal puppy behaver, likes to pinch things and run away
NEEDS/WANTS CONTSTENT ATTENTION - Wants your attention especially the more people around, this means you can't get on
LOW ATTENTION SPAN - Gets bored easily. This means with the training he masters it straight a way but then gets bored.
2 PERSONALITITES - When he is calm, you can stroke him, cuddle him, walk past him, step over him and no reation. If he is hyped up then its like he is pocessed and can be jumpy and mouthy. Its like a switch and as quick as the hyped behavour starts, he suddenly calms.
Bit wary if a dog that barks but that’s improving.
Very friendly but too friendly, very jumpy and as above wants attention. If he is with someone for a while then can start to mouth, if not getting attention
This we know is puppy behavour but he uses it as a tool to get attention.
If hyped or scared, he bites and clamps his jaws. His favourite toy and the only one that he doesn't bore of is humans, well us - he hasn't bit anyone else but then no one comes round now. I'm bruised most of the time and he does break my husbands skin but hes skin is thin. We don't have places to confine him in the house, we do shut him in the hall (using stair gates) but for example he will dig the carpet, knowing that we will have to let him out.
Again to get attention but also if scared.
He likes to go for walks, gets excited but then can get scared easy and wants to come home. Can't let him of the lead as he will bolt and there will be no stopping him. He pulls on walks, really needs to be off lead as I know would be happier but can't trust him not to run off.
Riley is 10 months & is a lovely dog in the making, life has taken a unfortunate turn for us since we got him and I believe he needs a home where the owners can give him attention 24/7. Someone who is retired but active and can spend days with him exercising him and training him. I put that he wasn't good with children but only because we haven't put him in a environment with children, due to his mouthing just in case.
MY COMMENTS (A Ramsey)
I went around to see Riley today, he is a beautiful looking boy in excellent condition and very happy, he is quiet a big pup, well big for his age, so this must be a consideration. It is true he is jumpy and was a little, little bit mouthy to me, but really just what pups do, THIS HAS NOW STOPPED APPARENTLY. The owner confirms that he really isn't getting the exercise he needs, the husband is now unable to work him due to health, and she walks him as much as poss, but obviously not enough. Riley has lots of pent up energy, I feel he is under exercised and frustrated, hence causing his excitability and mouthing.
Riley would make a brilliant dog for agility when he is a bit older, also if you need a running companion he would excel. This dog is bright and quick to learn, he would benefit in having a dog friend, to help socialise him, companion, a trainer and a playmate to exert some of his energy.
Riley is looking for a new home due to know fault of his own. Please see the owners report on him and the reasons why they want to find him a new home. Riley is being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or email@example.com for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet.Rehoming with a heavy heart due to family illness. Must be in a house with garden & child free house. A handsome, well looked after puppy, in excellent condition. A big boy who needs constant attention. He can be mouthy when not getting attention but this has improved immensely. Very clever & trainable but gets bored easy & uses naughty behaviour to get attention. Needs an active person who preferably doesn’t work & is prepared to spend lots & lots of time with him. Loves humans & dogs. A dog buddy would be good for him. Will be a good agility dog. He is much loved & is a gorgeous dog, this is why he deserves the best.
Breed: Collie X
Colour: Black & white
Bess is a girl with a character, she needs a lot of space and 100% devotion and is better suited to experienced dog owners or even better one-to-one. At one stage she has lived with a cat, so she may accept a cat as a companion. She doesn"t like other dogs! When Bess was only 5 months old she ran into a lane where she lived and was hit by a 4x4. As a result she had 4 pins in her neck and so must be walked with a harness. She doesn't have any health issues as a result of the trauma but she doesn"t like it when you touch/fiddle around her neck or back of her head.She is very good in doors and can be left for 3-4 hrs. Also loves her food and would eat her food slowly just enjoying it.
Breed: Scottie x
Oh Danny boy, the pipes, the pipes are calling
From glen to glen, and down the mountain side
The summer's gone, and all the flowers are dying
'Tis you, 'tis you must go and I must bide.
But come ye back when summer's in the meadow
Or when the valley's hushed and white with snow
'Tis I'll be here in sunshine or in shadow
Oh Danny boy, oh Danny boy, I love you so.
And if you come, when all the flowers are dying
And I am dead, as dead I well may be
You'll come and find the place where I am lying
And kneel and say an "Ave" there for me.
And I shall hear, tho' soft you tread above me
And all my dreams will warm and sweeter be
If you'll not fail to tell me that you love me
I'll simply sleep in peace until you come to me.
I'll simply sleep in peace until you come to me.
Danny Boy is a lovely boy once he knows you, he has to have a female owner on a one to one basis, this is all due to him being mistreated. Unfortunately this poor sad little lad, through no fault of his own was kicked and abused in his previous home, living day after day in constant fear, hiding and cowling away from his owner.This is a very sad case due Danny Boy"s previous male owner who was sadly suffering with-Alzheimers and didn"t realise what he was inflicting on his once best friend. Please therefore understand why our darling sad, confused, untrustworthy, frightened little Danny boy can be unpredictable towards men, and is quite nervous when first meeting you and needs to settle in slowly. Is there someone out there that can reassure him, give back the love he once knew, to enable him to trust that once again, like the song above will there ever be any pipes a calling for our Danny Boy?????? Or does he have to continue to hope, dream, wish for someone to call his name. Look into those eyes, see his pain, reach out to him, give him a chance, give him time to trust you, give him back his life, give him the confidence, patience and love that he needs, LOVE that we all need. I know the right person is out there, make our Danny Boy"s wish come true, a loving home this Christmas, that day and every other one there on, FIND HIM PLEASE.
© Samantha Medlin
Getting left behind
Not being loved
No one understanding
No one caring
are my fears
I was lost
No one tried to
No one cared
No one listened
Wishing for another chance
Wishing for someone who
will come and save me
Look at this beautiful boy's face, can you not see the hope that is in his eyes, he is crying out to be loved. Alfie has been with us too long now, I really want to find him a calm, quiet, home. Alfie is still learning and needs extra help from a patient owner to show him the ropes. Unfortunately our darling boy can get very stressed out about some things, so I am looking for that understanding owner to help our boy. The staff here understands what are his needs, and find it very easy to accomplished, so if you think you can offer this little chap a life line, please give us a call.We all need to be understood, Alfie is no different with your help he just might get there. Please don't let him keep wishing and hoping that someone will come in today and take him away, how many more times does his hopes have to be dash, why can't someone give him a chance, please help take his and my pain away, and let him live new life away from the rescue. Alfie is a very lively lad, who can be a little unpredictable. He is full of life and needs lots of exercise and would probably be best homed to someone who has experience of the breed. Alfie is good with other dogs but needs a calm home so we are suggesting no children. If you feel you can offer him a loving home please call 01732 865530 10am-3pm to speak to the Manager Yuri or Assistant Manager Jenny who know this dog very well and can give you lots of information about him.
Peanut & Shadow
Breed: lop and british
Colour: black & tan
Peanut and Shadow, I have very little (none) info about them, they were dropped off in September and the owner then lost her home and her job, changed her number but did agree for me to regime them so I became the legal owner
Shadow is a tan lop approx 4 years old I am guessing, she has become the territorial one and attacks Peanut. Shadow is easy to handle, groom and nail clip and could be bonded I believe just not with Peanut as too much history
Peanut..is tan and British, I am guessing the same age, easy to handle groom and nail clip.
I have no microchips or history of tax
these two buns were abandoned at my boarding house, they are unbonded and friendly but were fighting together,I AM NOW THE LEGAL OWNER OF THESE RABBITS
Reasons for transferring the rabbit
these rabbits have been abandoned at my boarding house, the former owner has lost her job and home and does not want them returned
I AM NOW THE LEGAL OWNER OF THESE RABBITS
A Ramsey information.
These rabbits were bonded as you can see, but are currently separated, rabbits are very sociable animals, these two could be bonded again, for more information on how to do this please let me know and I will tell you how.
Peanut and Shadow are looking for a new home due to know fault of their own. Please see the owners report on this very sad and desperate case, and the reasons why they want to find him a new home. Peanut and Shadow is being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet. Peanut and Shadow are currently living in Weybridge in Surrey. All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered to
Breed: Jack Russell
Colour: Brown and white
I have a jack Russell dog called blue he is 3 years old. we believe we might have got him from a puppy farm we only found out a few weeks later as he was only estimated 4 weeks old when we got him and he is a cross breed half Maltese although The advertisement said he was 9 weeks and able to leave his mother. Yet after we got him we realised he had really bad separation anxiety and he would whine all night. We took him to the vets and the vet said he was really young by then the advert was not on the pets for homes website. We did try to contact he owner but didn’t succeed.
Blue has had biting problems in the past with children we have had many trainers that have helped with this he doesn't bite now. He does bark if he hears a knock at the door we have tried to change that but it doesn’t seem to work. He is well trained such as toilet trained and he will sit, lay down, give paw, and fallow decent instructions. He is ok on walks and doesn’t pull on the lead but he will bark at times. If someone comes in the house he doesn’t know he always wants to be greeted. He doesn’t bark at birds or cats he will play with them instead. He has been known to help calm my son who has ADHD and my daughter why has anxiety.
Reasons for transferring the dog
My mother who is 76 and got severe dementia is moving in with me the dog scares her and when he barks and I will be very busy dealing with her I don’t want to neglect blue as he is a very nice dog.
Blue is looking for a new home due to know fault of his own.Please see the owners report on him and the reasons why they want to find him a new home. Blue is being rehomed from home, so please contact me direct Adrienne Ramsey 077825 44913 or email@example.com for more information which I can forward on, or to arrange a meet and greet. Blue is currently living in Purley, All Last Chance Animal Rescue procedures will be adhered to
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