Gizmo and Bobby are wonderful wee chaps who came to us sadly as their owner had to move into a nursing home. They were much loved pets and very much miss their owner and we would really like their time in kennels to be short and have them back into a home environment. Neither have lived with children or cats and we would like them to have a quieter home. They both have different quirks and we would have a chat in full with anyone who could offer these boys a forever home.
Kay-Lee is a high energy girl who is looking for someone with breed experience to meet her and give her the life she deserves so much. She is only 1 years old and has whole life ahead of her and she would make such a fab addition to the right home. She is super clever and would love to be busy and her mind focused on tasks. She is bouncy and boisterous and can be mouthy due to her age. She is fine with other dogs but couldn't live with cats or small animals. She is a fab girl who hasn't had the best start in life and we would love to see her settled into a forever home.
Paddy is a wonderful lurcher who is in foster and loves life being part of a family. He is living with another lurcher who he adores and he would prefer to live with another dog. He loves his walks and would suit some one who enjoys the outdoors. He has been abused before and can be head shy and nervous if you move quicky about him. He is a thief and will rummage through bags and steal off worktops but this is very manageable. He is a loving big soul who would make a fab addition to a home with breed experience. He is happy to be left in the home for around 4 hours after being out for a walk.
We are looking for an experienced home for Bobby and Amy. They are not good with other dogs and must be with someone who understands this .Amy has been perfect with us however we know in a home she becomes protective and will nip strangers so any potential home must be aware of this and happy to feel they can cope with this. They love toys, they are so friendly and they are a great wee pair ...but...they do need a home that has no children or visiting children and who are happy to cope with their needs.