Dog for Adoption

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Bobby is a young dog with a lot of playful, cheeky energy and a keen mind. He was very lacking in training at the point of rehoming, but is a bright boy so is learning quickly. Bobby did not have enough exposure to other dogs in his first home so can be a bit overexcited with greeting other dogs and people, especially when on the lead. However it is clear during his fostering that he adores the company of all people and dogs, male and female, and will play and cuddle endlessly with his fellow dogs inside and outside the home. He is being SUCH a good boy!

Bobby loves to run endlessly outdoors but is also a fan of a cuddle on the sofa!
His off-lead recall is superb and his fosterer is working on his lead-skills (he does pull on the lead at the moment). He is clean and well-behaved in the house (described as a “gentleman” by everyone who visits!). Bobby loves his crate (it is his safe space so shouldn’t be invaded) and travels well in a car. Bobby is living with 4 female dogs in his foster home (and more male and female dogs regularly visit during the day) and he has mixed well with every single one of them.
Bobby would be best homed in a dog-experienced adult home with no children or small animals. Provided he is given the positive training, patience and guidance he deserves, Bobby will make a loyal, happy and loving forever friend. He puts a smile on everyone’s faces, especially when he thinks he’s a (heavy) lapdog!

​Bobby had been adopted previously but unfortunately his adopter fell ill and could no longer care for him. He has been looking for a new home for an extraordinarily long time and we can’t think why. He just needs the right home with someone who will never abandon him again and you’ll have a best buddy for life!

Give a Dog a Home UK is a non-profit rescue mainly rehoming dogs that come over from Greece, Cyprus and Romania. They mainly rehome to the South East but also much further afield.

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