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Hunter at Dog Aid Society of Scotland

A Male German Spitz Klein who is age 5 years old

Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets Not Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: 60 Blackford Avenue Edinburgh EH9 3ER

Hunter is a German Spitz Klein, which is the smallest of the German Spitz. Don’t be fooled by his small size he is lively, active and full of life! Hunter is a great little dog who is looking for a new home where his owners are used to dealing with small cheeky dogs. Hunter has a skin condition which is worse in the summer months. He does require regular baths in medicated shampoo and daily grooming. He isn’t keen on getting his ears brushed but will tolerate it to get any tangles out. The Society will cover the cost of any treatment regarding his skin condition.

Hunter is a friendly chap however he generally doesn’t acknowledge people when he is out on a walk. When visitors come to the house he will bark at them until he gets some attention. He is great with older children and will happily interact with them however he is very reluctant to be around babies, toddlers and younger children. For this reason he is looking for a home where any children are teenagers. Hunter is not keen on other dogs and prefers if they kept their distance from him. He gets very worried if a dog confronts him. Positive training can help Hunter become more manageable around other dogs.

Hunter is happy to be left alone for a couple of hours at a time and will usually go to sleep. he is not destructive when left and his current owner usually leaves the tv on for company for him. Hunter can be nervous when travelling however with short and positive journeys this can help to build his confidence. Hunter will pull when walking so he wears a little harness. He is good off lead however if there is a bird or other distractions his recall isn’t always 100%.

Hunter loves attention and sitting on your lap. He enjoys running around playing with his toys especially likes a game of fetch. He is a clever little boy and can sit, lie down, paw, wait, leave and kiss. He gets very excited if you say “What’s mum got” as he knows he is due to get a treat. His nickname is Hunty which he also will respond to. Hunter loves sunbathing in the garden and would love his own secure garden to call his own. Hunter is looking to having company for the best part of the day as this is what he is currently used to. Can you offer Hunter a warm lap to sit on?

Please think carefully before applying for Hunter and think how any changes in your circumstances may affect your ability to care for him. If you would like to be considered to re-home Hunter please click on our website www.dogaidsociety.com and click on Hunter's page then the green register your interest button and this will take you to our application form. Once you have completed and sent the form you will receive an automatic response to your email address that you have supplied. This means we have successfully received your application. Please note that the Society only re-homes within Scotland.

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Harley at Dog Aid Society of Scotland

A Female Jack Russell Terrier who is age 1 year old

Not Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets Not Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: 60 Blackford Avenue Edinburgh EH9 3ER

Harley is a young and active Jack Russell who is looking for a Terrier experienced home.

She is very friendly with people and is always happy to meet new friends. She gets very excited when visitors come to the house and will always welcome them into her home. Harley can be destructive when left alone and can have a little separation anxiety. Ideally she is looking for company throughout the day. She will require further training to help her over come this. Harley loves nothing more than going for her walks where she can have a good run around. Her recall needs work as she does pick and choose when she comes back. Harley will happily travel in the car as long as she can see out the window. Harley is housetrained. Harley will sometimes play with other dogs as long as there are no toys or treats close by as she does resource guard them from other dogs. Harley is looking to be the only pet in the home. Harley knows how to sit, stay and lie down.

Unfortunately Harley has a few behaviours that need to be worked on in her new home. When the TV is on she will run and jump at it and try to attack it, she has been known in the past to growl when her current owners have tried to stop it. Harley also resource guards items if she is in the company of another dog. These behaviours will need an experienced and patient owner to help her over come these.

Despite Harley’s quirks she is a loving wee dog who is looking for an active home where she will continue with all of her training. Harley will make a loving addition to the family, she just needs a patient owner who understands that she does have special training requirements. Have you got the experience and the time to help bring Harley on?

If you would like to be considered to re-home Harley please go to our website www.dogaidsociety.com and click on Harley's picture to bring up her information. Please then click on the green button which takes you to our online application form. Once you have completed and sent the form you will receive an automatic response to your email address that you have supplied. This means we have successfully received your application. Please note that the Society only re-homes within Scotland.

Please think carefully before applying for Harley and think how any changes in your circumstances may affect your ability to care for her.


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Dougall at Dog Aid Society of Scotland

A Male Bulldog / Staffie Cross who is age 6 months old

Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Shelter Location: 60 Blackford Avenue Edinburgh EH9 3ER

Dougall is a very friendly and excitable dog. He is still only young so needs to learn some basic manners. When visitors come to the house he usually rolls onto his back to get a belly rub. He may jump up at children and accidentally knock over smaller children due to his weight and size. He can occasionally be a little wary of some men, and has occasionally peed when meeting them. He is however fully housetrained. Dougall enjoys going to the vets as he gets lots of attention. Dougall has never bitten before however he is very mouthy. He is quite strong with it and he needs to learn that this is not acceptable.

Dougall is happy to play with his friends that he already knows, however he can be a little rough. He doesn’t mean any harm he just forgets his size. With dogs that he does not know he will be cautious. If the strange dog wants to play then he will happily interact with the dog, or if the other dog growls at him he will run away from them. Dougall is looking to be the only dog in the home. He is happy to be left for short periods of a time, in his current home he is very rarely left but he is used to chilling out in his pen when they do leave him. As he has not had free run of a room when left his current owner is unsure if he would be destructive. As he is still young he possibly may still chew items, however this would just need further training. Dougall loves going in the car especially when he knows he is going for a fun walk. Dougall usually walks well when walking on his lead unless he sees other dogs then he may pull to get over to say hello them. His recall will need further training as he is not always consistent with it, mostly when there are other dogs around his recall is not great.

Dougall is such a happy chap and loves nothing more than having all the attention on him, especially if it includes a belly rub. He loves to play games in the house and will do anything for treats. Dougall is very active and enjoys going for long walks, especially to places where he can be off lead for a good run around. He is looking for a nice active home where he can continue his daily walks. As he is used to having company during the day he would like to spend time with a human companion for the majority of the day. Dougall is very strong willed which is typical of both breeds. He must attend training classes as he does need further training on his recall and his mouthing. His owner must have owned and has experience with Bullbreeds or Staffies. Have you got a Dougall shaped hole missing in your life? If so he may be the one for you!

As Dougall is not neutered, the Society will pay for this to be done at the local vet once the dog is settled (if you live in the Edinburgh/Lothian area we ask if this can be done at ICR Veterinary Surgeons, Loanhead). This is part of the Society’s re-homing policy and promotes responsible dog ownership.

If you are interested in Dougall please go to our website www.dogaidsociety.com and click onto Dougall's page. You then need to click on the green register your interest button. Once you have completed and sent the form you will receive an automatic response to your email address that you have supplied. This means we have successfully received your application. Please note that the Society only re-homes within Scotland.
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Adopt A Boxer Scotland
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Advocates for Rabbit Welfare
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Any Dog'il Do Rescue
(visit their website)

Borders Pet Rescue
(visit their website)

Boxer Welfare Scotland
(visit their website)

Dog Aid Society of Scotland
(visit their website)

Dogs Trust - Glasgow
(visit their website)

Dogs Trust - West Calder
(visit their website)

Doodle Trust
(visit their website)

Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre
(visit their website)

Edinburgh Cat Protection League
(visit their website)

Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home
(visit their website)

Fairly Beloved Rabbit Care
(visit their website)

Fife Rottweiler Rescue
(visit their website)

German Shepherd Rescue Scotland
(visit their website)

Greyhound Awareness League
(visit their website)

Greyhound Rescue Fife
(visit their website)

Huskies in Need
(visit their website)

KWK9 Rescue
(visit their website)

Labrador Retriever Rescue Scotland
(visit their website)

PADS - Perthshire Abandoned Dogs Society
(visit their website)

Paws2Rescue
(visit their website)

Pet Fostering Service Scotland
(visit their website)

Phoenix French Bulldog Rescue
(visit their website)

Saints Sled Dog Rescue
(visit their website)

Save A Staffie Scotland
(visit their website)

Scottish Dalmatian Welfare
(visit their website)

Scottish Greyhound Sanctuary
(visit their website)

Scottish Staffordshire Bull Terrier Rescue
(visit their website)

Second Chance Kennels
(visit their website)

Second Chances German Shepherd Rescue
(visit their website)

Staffie Smiles Rescue
(visit their website)

Staffordshire Rescue Scotland
(visit their website)

Sunny Harbour Cat & Kitten Rescue
(visit their website)

The New Arc
(visit their website)

Underheugh Ark Rescue
(visit their website)

West Scotland Retired Greyhound Trust
(visit their website)