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Flynn is a lovely little dog. He is a bit scared of things at times and needs some encouragement to show him nothing is going to harm him. He was a frightened little thing when he came in and must have wondered where he was being taken to.

He was taken to the vets for his vaccinations etc this week and this is what his walker said about him.. ‘ He loved his trot to the vet and was so good in there. Not a peep having his vaccines, microchip and examination, despite everyone being worried about him as he’d not wanted to come out of his kennel when the vet visited to do it the week before and the kennel girl that got him out didn’t even know if he’d come out that day! He loved a cuddle and was super to walk on a lead…. Flynn is a real sweetie and I struggled to hand him back! 
He deserves a loving, calm home where he will be given the regular walks that he clearly loves, time to build up his confidence again with lots of cuddles thrown in too. A super little boy.

Cheadle Animal Welfare (Registered Charity No 1039350) is an organisation run entirely by a small group of dedicated volunteers. The charity was set up in 1968 to take responsibility for the stray, abandoned and unwanted dogs and cats within Cheadle and the Staffordshire Moorlands area. Contact 07531 232 542 for rehoming enquiries.

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