Dog for Adoption

 Breed Size Sex Age

Woody is 4/5 years old male Labrador Cross . Woody is a friendly lad who is looking for a cat free home and cannot live with small furies. He enjoys a fuss and would do well in a fairly active home. Woody is looking for a home with somenone home most of the time and a home without children.
Woody can be rehomed with a compatable female canine companion, but equally can be an only pet in the household.

Volunteer update:

* Love this boy, Woody has been with us over a year now and although not a straighforward home he has proved to many of us volunteers what a great boy he is. Woody loves his walks and is partial to a treat, he is happy to give you a paw or two and takes them nicely. He does need a home with set boundaries and would respond well with guidance. Again a great character for the right home.

Volunteer Update

I had the pleasure of taking Woody to his new holiday kennels, a few days ago. I hadn’t had much contact with Woody previously; we had a walk through the woods, where Woody displayed his excellent ‘sitting for a treat’ skills.
I put him in my car, or rather; he put himself into the crate in the back of my car and lay down straight away. Off we went. He is an excellent traveller, laid down most of the time, only getting up when we stopped at junctions, to have a look around.
We got to our destination and he had a good look around the garden, see video, and was eager to display ‘sitting for a treat’ skills to his new audience.
I hear has settled well into his holiday kennels, Bex says he loves his toys, enjoys a fuss, but not massively into cuddles, but connects well with her.
I was very impressed with him – he may be a plain black dog, but he is very attentive has good focus on you, and fantastic in the car. I certainly enjoyed the one to one time we had together and think he would easily become a lucky someone’s best friend.

Animal Helpline is a registered charity in Peterborough Cambridgeshire that has around 80+ dogs for rehoming. Contact by email: animalhelpline@hotmail.co.uk or by phone: 07849 637862 or 01780783331

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