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Billy at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Billy at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Billy hasn't had the best start to life and as a result is looking for a very understanding owner who can take things slowly with him and give him the life he deserves. He would benefit from living with experienced owners who are happy to work with him on his training needs using positive reward based training. He takes his time getting to know and trust people but once he does he is a lovely little companion. He will make a great addition in the right home.

Type of home needed

Billy is looking for a quiet home environment with few visitors. Children should be over the age of 16 years to live Billy or visit the home. He needs direct access to his own garden with a 6ft fence. This will give him somewhere to enjoy off lead time as he will need to remain on lead and muzzle when in public places. Billy can find new people or new situations overwhelming and can get worried quite easily which has resulted in a bite previously. Being on lead and muzzle will help keep him and others safe in these situations.

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Billy would prefer to be the only pet in the home to ensure that he gets all time and support he needs to help him settle and build a relationship with his new owners. He would like to meet his new owners a few times before going home to start this bond. To apply to adopt him please click on the 'Rehoming me starts here' button below.

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Casper at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Casper at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Casper is 10 years old but young at heart. He is looking for a quiet home but not quite ready for retirement yet. He finds himself with us as he was not getting on with the visiting grandchildren in his last home and is looking for an adult only environment (18 years plus) with no visiting kids.

Type of home needed

Casper would prefer to be the only pet in the home. He is reactive when he sees other dogs and people so a quiet home environment and quiet areas to walk are a must so that he gets to relax during his walks. He will need to be kept on lead and muzzled due to previous incidents but this is something that is part of his normal routine. In the home this is not required so having direct access to his own private garden with a 5ft fence is essential to allow him somewhere to enjoy off lead time.

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Having someone at home all day initially would be best but the time that Casper is left alone could gradually be built up to a few hours once he is settled. We are looking for owners with previous dog experience that are happy to continue training with him. He will need to be seperated from visitors and will need careful introductions to new people. He will make a cracking wee companion in the right home and no dount it will be rewarding to watch him progress. To apply to adopt Casper please click on the 'rehoming me starts here' buttone below. Applications will close when we find a suitable match.

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Ollie at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Ollie at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Ollie is a wonderful boy who is looking to find a home with a family that have owned a dog like him before. His favourite thing in this world is a ball and he would adore to find a home with a family that have there own secure private garden that he can run around and enjoy lots of playtime with his favourtie toys and people in.

Type of home needed

Ollie is looking for a home with adults only and no visiting children under the age of 18 years old. He must be the only pet in the home however he can make some dog friends when out on his daily walks. Ollie will also need to be kept on lead and muzzle at all times when out in public due to some previous incidents he has had which we can disscuss further with any potential adopters.

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Ollie would love to find a home with a family that can keep him both pysically and mentally enriched. In return you will see what a wonderful boy he truely is. To apply to adopt Ollie please click on the 'rehoming me starts here' button below.

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Molly at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Molly at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Molly is a sensitive girl who is looking for a home with hands off people who will give her space and time to settle. She does well with positive, reward based training and would like to continue this. Having experience of owning dogs would be beneficial as we need her new owner to work with our training team to give Molly the best start in her new home.

Type of home needed

Molly is looking for an adult only home with people who can give her space if she needs it. She is indifferent at first and will need an owner who will let her take small steps in her own time. She is a affectionate little lady once she has a bond with you and loves to be on your knee for some fuss! Having a quiet home with few visitors would be beneficial as she can be worried in new situations or with new people.

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Molly can be left for a few hours at a time quite happily. She needs to have direct access to her own secure garden with a 5ft fence to keep her safe and limited stairs in and around her home as she is getting a little stiffer as she matures. She must be the only pet in the home it will be beneficial for her to get all the attention she deserves. She will make a wonderful companion in the right home.We will close applications for Molly when we have found a suitable home. To apply to adopt Molly please click on the 'rehoming me starts here' button below. Applications will close when we find a suitable match.

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Tigger at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Tigger at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Tigger is a lively boy who hasn't had the best start in life. He has found himself in numerous homes so needs a committed owner where he can continue his training to learn the life skills he may have missed out on as a puppy. An active owner would be great for him as he is young and has plenty of energy.

Type of home needed

Tigger is looking for a home with someone around for most of the day as he doesn't like being left on his own. This is something that should be built up over time once he is settled. He is looking to be the only pet in the home while he works on his social skills. It would be best for him to live with a family that have owned dogs before and can continue training with reward based methods. He will need to be kept on lead when in public so having direct access to his own garden to enjoy some freedom to run around and play. His garden should have a 6ft fence.

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This enthusiastic guy can be over the top and mouthy at times so we will need his new owners to encourage calm behaviours. For this reason he would be best with children over the age of 16 years old. Tigger is a favourite with staff and we can't wait to see him land on his paws in a forever home. To apply to adopt Tigger please click on the 'rehoming me starts here' button below.

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Toby at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Toby at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Toby is a sensitive soul that is looking for a gentle and understanding owner that can help build his confidence. Having previous experience of owning dogs is a must, rescue experience would be best as he will need some additional training. A quiet home environment with children aged 16 years and over would be best to ensure he has the right home environment to really flourish.

Type of home needed

Toby would prefer to have someone around for most of the day to help him settle but he could be left for 1 to 2 hours once he has found his feet. Toby will need postive only reinforcement and a hands off owner who can give him a bit of space. He is super friendly when he builds a bond with you and given time warms up quickly. He needs to be the only pet in the home and walking in dog free areas would be best.

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Toby will need direct access to his own secure garden with 5ft fence. He will need to be kept on lead and muzzled in situations he may find overwhelming such as vet visits or busy walks etc. He is a really sweet boy and in the right home will make a wonderful companion, he has already stolen a few hearts here at the centre. To apply to adopt Toby please click on the 'rehoming me starts here' button below. Applications will close when we find a sitable match.

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Toffee at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Toffee at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Toffee is a big strong lad who has come into our care with a limited background history. He is a big strong lad who will need a family who can work with him on his training.Toffee can be reactive towards other dogs so ideally he needs to live in a quiet rural location and walk in dog free areas.

Type of home needed

Previous dog experience is essential prefarably of Mastiff's as is a direct access secure private garden with at least a 6ft fence. Toffee will need multiple meets here in Glasgow and in in his new home before he can be adopted so any potential adopters need to be able to commit to this. He can only live in an adult only home, he cannot live with cats or another dog. Given a lot of time, patience and commitment Toffee wil make a great family addition.

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To apply for Toffee please click on the rehoming me starts here button below. We will close applications when we have found a suitable home.

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Rocky at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Rocky at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Rocky is a lovely 5 year old Staffy who is looking for an experienced home who can help him progress with his training. He is looking for a home with children who are aged 12 years and over. This does include visiting. He is looking for a family that would like to do training and go on adventures.

Type of home needed

Rocky needs some work on socialising with other dogs so for this reason needs to be the only pet in the home. He is looking for somewhere that has quiet dog free areas that he can go for relaxing walks. He will need to be kept on lead in public places so is looking for his own private garden with a 5ft fence where he can be off lead and play with his toys.

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Rocky is a very clever boy who loves learning new things and will really benefit from a family that want to teach him lots of new tricks!Please be aware we will close applications for Rocky once we have found a suitable match. To apply please click on the \rehoming me starts here\ button below.

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Captain at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Captain at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Captain has returned to our care after a short time in a home, giving us a better idea of the environment that will work best for him. We are looking for an experienced owner with a quiet home to allow Captain to reach his full potential. He is a firm favourite with staff and will make a great companion in the right home.

Type of home needed

Captain is a loving and affectionate dog with his family but can be worried by new people, so having space to seperate him from visitors is ideal. He can also be reactive towards other dogs so having more rural areas to explore will make walkies more enjoyable for both Captain and his owner. He must be the only pet in the home and we are confident that he will enjoy being the centre of attention. He is very affectionate with his family, he will try to give kisses when he can and enjoys snuggles on the sofa. Despite this it would be best for Captain to live with children aged 16 years and older as we are unsure of his experience with young kids.

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Captain would prefer to have someone around for most of the day to help him adjust, but once settled he could be left for a couple of hours. He will need direct access to his own secure garden with 6ft fence to give him somewhere safe to enjoy some time off lead as he will need to remain on lead when in public places. This older gent deserves home comforts but is not quite ready to retire. He is sure to make an excellent companion in the right home. To apply to adopt Captain please click on the 'rehoming me starts here' button below.

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Clay at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Clay at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Clay is a young boy who has lots of potential with the right owner. He has had some ups and downs in his short life and needs a confident and dedicated owner who will commit to seeing his training through to the end and giving him the time and space he needs to flourish. Having previous experience of owning rescue dogs would be best as he has been in kennels for a while and will need some support settling back into home life.

Type of home needed

Clay is looking to be the centre of attention and have someone around for most of the day to work on his training. He can be over the top and needs someone to encourage calm behaviours and self control. Plenty of walks and enrichment will be the perfect way to keep him busy. He will need direct access to his own private garden with a secure 6ft fence. This will give him somewhere to burn off some energy as he will need to be kept on lead and muzzled when in public.

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Clay would do well in an adult only home with people aged 18 years and older as he will require a calm environment. Clay is a very affectionate dog once he knows you and is full of play. If you think you can offer Clay what he needs for his forever home please apply to adopt below.Click on the \rehoming me starts here\ button. We will close applications for Clay when we have found a suitable match.

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Daphne at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Daphne at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Daphne is a beautiful lady who is super sweet once she gets to know you. It can take her a bit of time to get used to new people therefore her family will need to be able to come to the centre for multiple visits before taking her home in order to build relationship. She is looking for a home with experience of similar large breeds as she will require some further training.

Type of home needed

Daphne can live with children over 16 years old, including visiting children. She can sometimes get a bit frustrated around dogs so cannot live with another dog and will require some further socialisation training. She cannot live with cats. As Daphne needs some further training her own private garden with a minimum 6ft fence is required. She would love someone to be around most of the day but could be left for a short period of time.

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Daphne loves to play with her toys! A tennis ball is her favourite and she will happily play with it by herself or with her favourite people. To apply to adopt Daphne please click on the 'rehoming me starts here' button below. Applications will close when we find a suitable match.

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Reggie at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Reggie at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Reggie is a fantastic big guy who is with us through no fault of his own. He is a friendly big chap who will fit well into most households. Having some dog experience would be best as he will need some continued support with his doggy diet once home.

Type of home needed

Reggie has grown up with children and could live with kids aged 14 years and older. He has lived with another dog on a temporary basis and but he isn't overly interested in making friends with other dogs when out on walks. He could live with the right canine companion who has a similar personality, he cannot live with cats. Reggie is getting older and prefers a quiet life with shorter walks. A secure garden with 5ft fence would give him somewhere safe to potter around.

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It would be best for Reggie to have someone around for most of the day to help him settle in, but once he has found his feet he could be left for 3 to 4 hours and is housetrained. He is a loveable big boy who is going to bring a lot of happiness to his new family. He does have some medical information that his new owners will need to be aware of but we will discuss this at length with the successful applicant. Please do not let that put you off applying for this handsome and happy boy. He will make a wonderful addition in his new home. To apply to adopt Reggie please click on the 'Rehoming me starts here' button below. Applications will close when we find a suitable match.

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Earza at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Earza at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Earza is lookig for a quiet home with her new family. she needs some work on dog socialisation so she cannot live with another dog and she cannot live with cats. She is a sweet girl who can live with children who are 16 years and over and this does include visiting.

Type of home needed

Earza is looking for a home with someone who has had dogs before and that have their own private garden with a 5ft fence so that she can continue her training. We have limited history on her but we do know that she has spent a lot of her life living in a garden however she has spent the last few months in a foster home. She is husetrained but any new owner will need to be willing to put in any additional training needed when settling.

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Earza can be a bit worried in new situations and needs some help with building her confidence but in the right home and environment she will make a great addition to the home!Please note we will close applications for Earza when we find a suitable home. To apply to adopt her please click on the \rehoming me starts here\ button below.

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Jonny at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Jonny at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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You may recognise Jonny as he has been in our care before. He is back with us as he requires some ongoing training and a committed owner who can support him to reach his full potential. He would do best in a quiet home with few visitors and quiet areas to walk.

Type of home needed

Jonny can live with children aged 14 years and older. He will need to be the only pet in the home and kept on lead when in public as he has been known to chase small animals. Working on his doggy social skills is a must as he can be vocal towards others when on walks. Walking in quiet, dog free areas will make adventures together much more relaxing and enjoyable for both Jonny and his new owner. Jonny will need direct access to his own secure garden with a 6ft fence to give him somewhere safe to enjoy some time off lead.

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Jonny can be left alone for a few hours but it would be best to have company for most of the day initially to let him settle. Jonny loves to explore and like so many others in the last year he has taken to cold water swimming. He enjoys canoeing and would make a great companion on the water! If you need an exploration buddy Jonny might be the perfect match for you. To apply to adopt Jonny please click on the 'rehoming me starts here' button below. Applications will close when find a suitable match.

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Jax came into our care as a stray so his background information is very limited. He can find life a little overwhelming at times so will need a gentle and patient family to give him lots of time and space to settle in his new home. He can be worried by new people, particularly men so will need a family who are commited to visiting him at that centre a few times to build a relationship with him before he goes home. He has come out of his shell since arriving with us and is sure to come on in leaps and bounds at home.

Type of home needed

Jax will need a quiet home environment with access to his own private garden with a 6ft fence. As he can be worried in new situations he will need to be kept on lead and muzzled when in public so having his own garden gives him somewhere to have an off lead run around. He would love somewhere to run around with his toys. Someone who is home most of the day would also be perfect for him although he can be left for 2 - 3 hours. He can live with children who are 16 years old and above and will need to be the only pet in the home.

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Jax will make a great addition in his next home. Once he has built up a relationship with someone he is a very cuddly boy and wants lots of here \ attention from his new friend! He just needs some time to come out of his shell! He will make an excellent addition to his new home!To apply for Jax please click on the \rehoming me starts here\ button below. We will close applications once we have found a suitable home.

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Jack at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Jack at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Jack is a wonderful 8 year old by who is full of fun and energy. He adores getting lots of fuss and cuddles from those he knows but he can take a couple of meets before he shows you just how affectionate he can be.

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He is looking for a home with a family that has owned a dog like him before and is happy to walk him in quiet areas where he can relax and enjoy exploring with his new family. He is super smart and just loves getting to learn lots of new tricks espically if he gets a tasty treat to go along with his training. He can live with children aged 16 years & above and this does include visiting.

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Jack will need a home with its own secure private garden with a 6ft fence where he can run around and spend lots of time with his new family but when he is out in public he must be kept on lead & muzzle. Dont let that put you off this wonderful boy though as he will make a brillaint addition to a family. To apply for Jack please click the \rehoming me starts here\ button below.Please note that we will close applications for Jack once a suitable match has been found.

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Edward at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Edward at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Edward is a sweet boy who has struggled with kennels so we are looking for a special home that can help him settle back into home life. We are looking for an adult only home (18 years plus) with plenty of time to dedicate to turning this boys life around. Originally found as a stray at a young age he deserves his happy ever after. He would suit a training minded owner happy to work with our training and behaviour team.

Type of home needed

Edward would love to be the centre of attention in his home as the only pet. Having direct access to his own secure garden with a 6ft fence is essential as Edward will need to be kept on lead when in public places. Having his own garden will give him somewhere to stretch his legs and have a bit of freedom. Active owners would be ideal as this young boy has plenty of energy and loves to be kept busy. Having previous experience of owning a dog is essential as Edward does get a little OTT at times and needs his owner to encourage calm behaviours.

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Environment is key for Edward and a quiet household and quiet areas to walk would be best for him. Edward will need someone at home with him most of the day to build up the time he is left alone. Edward can be a sensitive lad so needs a gentle owner with patience to build his confidence. He will make a wonderful companion in his next home as he has so much love to give and enjoys nothing more than being close to his favourite people. To apply to adopt Edward please click on the 'rehoming me starts here' button below. Applications will close when we find a suitable match. We can only contact the suitable applicant.

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Jupiter at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Jupiter at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Jupiter is a 2 year old Dobermann cross that initially came to us as a stray and was rehomed to a busy family home. He was returned to our care as it wasn't the right home environment for him. Now we have a better idea of what works for Jupiter and are looking for a particular environment to ensure it will be his forever home. A committed owner with previous experience of owning a dog as an adult is essential as we are looking for him to continue training. His new home should be in a rural setting to give him the best chance of settling in.

Type of home needed

Jupiter is looking for an adult only home with people of 18 years and older with no visiting children. He can get anxious when there are other dogs or people in view which is why we are looking for a quite home with few people and dogs around. He will need to be kept on lead and wearing a muzzle when in public places but this is a normal part of his routine. At home and in his own garden this isn't required so having his own secure private garden with 6ft fence is a must to enjoy some off lead time.

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Jupiter is really friendly with people that he knows and adores playing games, getting back scratches and snuggling in on the sofa. He would like to have all the attention as the only pet in the home. Having someone around for most of the day would be great but he could be left for a few hours once settled. Jupiter will make a really fun and loving companion for the right person. To apply to adopt Jupiter please click on the 'rehoming me starts here' button. Applications will close when we find a suitable match.

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Jess at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Jess at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Jess is an intelligent and active girl who is looking for owners that have experience with similar breeds. She is young, fun and has lots of potential with someone who will keep her busy both mentally and physically with walks, puzzles and scent games. She learns well with rewards and positive reinforcement. She is quite independent initially but once she has a bond with you she enjoys some fuss & attention and playtime.

Type of home needed

Jess would benefit from living in a home with adults of 18 years and over with no visiting children. She prefers to have her own space at times, more so when she is enjoying some treats or chews. She needs to be the only pet in the home to ensure she gets all the time and attention to settle and continue with her training. She can be reactive around other dogs and prefers her human connections over canine companionship. When walking in public Jess will need to continue to wear a lead and muzzle but is used to this being her normal routine and she still enjoys her walks just as much. She is housetrained and can be left for a couple of hours once she has found her feet. Initially she is likely to investigate everything new but once she has had a chance to take it all in she is not so easily distracted by her surroundings.

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Jess would cope best in a quiet home where she can have her own areas to relax. Introductions to visitors should be done so carefully and may take a few meets before she makes friends. Taking things at a pace that suit her along with having ares where she can be seperated will benefit her greatly. Having direct access to a private garden with a 5ft fence is a must as it gives her somewhere safe and secure to potter about and practice her training. She would like to meet her new owners a few times to build a relationship before going home. This lovely lady deserves to find her forever home where she can be part of the family. In the right home she will make a wonderful addition. To apply to adopt Jess please click on the 'rehoming me starts here' button below. If you tick the above boxes and could foster Jess on a temporary basis please email us at hfhglasgow@dogstrust.org.uk

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Haiti at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

Haiti at the Dogs Trust - Glasgow

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Haiti is a handsome boy who is looking for an owner with German Shepherd experience. He has so much potential but doesn't show off his amazing personality in kennels as he finds it quite overwhelming. He has proven to be a delight to have around in one of our experienced foster homes. He visited the home twice before going for his first full day out and settled down for a snooze very shortly after being left. We are confident he will be just as content in the right home. His new owners should be able to visit him a few times at the centre to build up a bond before he leaves.

Type of home needed

Having someone at home for most of the day will help him adjust to his new pad. He is housetrained, content sleeping most of the day and could be left for an hour or two. The time he is left alone should be built up gradually once he has found his feet. He will need to be the only pet in the home for now as he has not lived with cats and can be worried by other dogs. Due to this he will need to be kept on lead when in public so would benefit from a home with a garden. He resembles a giant puppy when he is running in the garden, throwing his toys in the air and doing zoomies! He would do best with older children of 16 years and older as we feel a quieter home allows him to really come out of his shell. He will need some ongoing training such as recall and further socialisation around dogs using positive, reward based methods.

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Haiti will need direct access to his own garden with a 5ft fence to keep him safe while he streches his legs. A rural location with dog free areas to walk would be ideal and let him really relax and enjoy his adventures. Haiti prefers a hands off approach initially is a very affectionate dog once he gets to know you and is sure to make a super companion in the right home. To apply to adopt Haiti please claik on the 'rehoming me starts here' button below. Applications will close when we find a suitable match.

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