Dog for Adoption

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Frank hasn’t had a lot of luck so far in his life. He needs someone who can give him time and patience to help him learn to trust people. He is very nervous and weary of people at the start but you can see he wants to trust you and come to you. Because of his past he will cower and flinch if you make sudden loud movements or raise your voice He can sometimes growl which does come across as intimidating and scary but that’s not the case. He needs a understanding adult home with someone that can help him come our of his shell. He would benefit from training and lead training as he is very strong on the lead. Good with dogs but not small dogs, he’s not keen on dogs all in his face and will hide between your legs and grumble at them. Cats No.

Last Chance Animal Rescue was founded in 1986, its aim being to rescue and re-home unwanted and abandoned animals. They take in animals, mainly dogs, cats and rabbits and our Centre is constantly filled from two main sources: local ‘handed-in’ pets and Welsh ‘Pound dogs’ saved from their death row sentence. For many it truly is their Last Chance.

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