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Aston Aston Aston

Aston at Phoenix French Bulldog Rescue

A Male Pied French Bulldog who is age 4 years

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

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Pet Location: Available in Scotland

🎄🛋️🎄 OPERATION CHRISTMAS SOFA 🎄🛋️🎄

**** INTRODUCING ASTON WHO IS ALSO AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION ****

He is another big Bull in a China Shop type - but the Bull breeds are not exactly known for their spatial awareness. I confess to having giggled to myself as I read some of his antics and looked at the supporting photographic 'evidence'. I have the pleasure of sharing my life with a crazy pied, and it was most amusing to see the character so evident and prolific in this colour, clearly displayed in every picture of Aston. Look through his pictures and tell me that 'character' doesn't scream out at you!

For all that, he does enjoy his cuddles in the evenings but needs work on general manners as he can be very typical of the breed with his stubbornness. Someone experienced with bull breeds is a must for Aston. He has lived with another dog in the past but is very unpredictable with them when out - he may sniff happily but suddenly decide he dislikes them, and then he is a very strong lad, so this must be watched and we will re-home him as an only dog. In a very experienced home we may consider a placid female for him. And definitely no cats - he does not do flurries.

Aston has been around children and is just fine with them too, but they need to be older so they don't get bowled over by his exuberance. Although not anxious per se, he can be a little insecure when left and so a home with someone around for much of the time would suit him very well, and give time for him to be trained.

With the right attention and guidance, Aston will shape up into a dog who will give lots of fun and enjoyment.

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If you would like to apply for Aston AND YOU HAVE READ THE ADOPTION GUIDELINES AND CAN AFFORD THE ADOPTION FEES, please read the following:

1. Complete an Adoption Application form that can be found on this page in the 'files' tab at the top left or downloaded from the website. Before doing this please make sure that you fulfil the criteria required and read the Adoption Guidelines thoroughly - also in the files tab and available on the website.

2. Once completed with as much detail as possible please email or post your form to your Regional Coordinator. They will inform you if you meet the required criteria before passing the form to the Management Team for consideration. The most likely candidates for each dog being adopted will then receive a home visit after which a decision will be taken and announced here. No names will be given out publicly.

3. All dogs entering adoption are subject to a 2 week 'trial period' for the family and the dog to decide if they like each other. The Adoption Fee is only payable after this time - details of this fee can be found on the Adoption Guidelines, please ensure you have read them thoroughly and understand what is expected of you, and that you can afford to take on a rescue dog.

Payment plans are not available

All Phoenix Rescue Dogs have 5 weeks free insurance on completion of Adoption contracts.

**** APPLICATIONS FOR ASTON WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL 7PM FRIDAY 30TH NOVEMBER AFTER WHICH THE CHECKING PROCESS WILL BEGIN AND NO FURTHER APPLICATIONS WILL BE TAKEN. ****

Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive it is not possible to contact each one personally, sorry. Please watch the page for updates.

Aston Adoption Form

Petra Petra

Petra at Phoenix French Bulldog Rescue

A Female Sable French Bulldog who is age 5 years

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

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Pet Location: Available in Scotland

**** PETRA IS AVAILABLE TO ADOPT ****

You can see all of the chequered history of Petra by searching her name on this page, but then please put it all out of your mind as she has been in foster with her existing family for a few weeks now and has been a joy. It shows how she was on arrival with us but that she has come on in leaps and bounds since then.

She was placed as an only dog due to some previous reactivity and with an experienced home, due to also having shown some fear of men. This did show itself again on introduction but thankfully, being experienced, the foster-Dad saw it for what it was - fear - backed off and let her go to him. She did within about 20 minutes! So this is what she needs in her forever home, initial patience and on-going caution until trust has been fully given. She has been around visiting children and other men, and coped really well, because she feels confident now - this may relapse initially when she is moved into adoption so an understanding home is vital. It needs to be a calm, quiet home, ideally with someone retired or working from home because she has definitely been helped by having someone around her constantly.

Petra is 5 years old and very much looks to a female to be her 'safe person' and will do this very quickly, and so it is only men who need to be cautious initially. We wont place her with children either as this is likely to overload her and we do not wish to set her up for a fall.

Cats are also fair game for Petra - there to be chased, so no cats please

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If you would like to apply for Petra AND YOU HAVE READ THE ADOPTION GUIDELINES AND CAN AFFORD THE ADOPTION FEES, please read the following:

1. Complete an Adoption Application form that can be found on this page in the 'files' tab at the top left or downloaded from the website. Before doing this please make sure that you fulfil the criteria required and read the Adoption Guidelines thoroughly - also in the files tab and available on the website.

2. Once completed with as much detail as possible please email or post your form to your Regional Coordinator. They will inform you if you meet the required criteria before passing the form to the Management Team for consideration. The most likely candidates for each dog being adopted will then receive a home visit after which a decision will be taken and announced here. No names will be given out publicly.

3. All dogs entering adoption are subject to a 2 week 'trial period' for the family and the dog to decide if they like each other. The Adoption Fee is only payable after this time - details of this fee can be found on the Adoption Guidelines, please ensure you have read them thoroughly and understand what is expected of you, and that you can afford to take on a rescue dog.

Payment plans are not available

All Phoenix Rescue Dogs have 5 weeks free insurance on completion of Adoption contracts.

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**** APPLICATIONS FOR PETRA REMAIN OPEN UNTIL THE PERFECT HOME CAN BE FOUND. ****

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Please note that due to the volume of applications we receive it is not possible to contact each one personally, sorry. Please watch the page for updates.

Petra Adoption Form

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PADS - Perthshire Abandoned Dogs Society
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Paws2Rescue
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Pet Fostering Service Scotland
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Phoenix French Bulldog Rescue
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Saints Sled Dog Rescue
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Save A Staffie Scotland
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Scottish Staffordshire Bull Terrier Rescue
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