Dog for Adoption

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Poor old Ru came to YRDR in a very sorry state.  Despite this he is a truly lovely boy and will reward his new owner with loyalty and love. He is calm and gentle in the home and around our dogs and loves his walks. He has not been tested off lead as yet. I don’t think he is used to walking on lead and can pull in excitement, he is quite strong. A harness works well. Ru is extremly clean and house trained. He eats well and needs to put on some more weight as he came to us very underweight with worms and fleas. He is all clear now. We have 3 small dogs who can be lively pests and Ru is totally fine with them. No sign at all of aggression, he even lets the Westie eat some of his food. Ru sleeps well and doesn’t  wander in the night. I put him in a crate if I go out and he’s fine with that. Ru has a lot of love to give and he will be a good, loyal friend to the right owner. If I didn’t have 3 dogs already Id keep him myself.<hr />

Yorkshire Rose Dog Rescue are based in Yorkshire and their main aim is to secure the welfare of and care for any dogs that need our help. They don’t use kennels, all of their dogs are cared for in foster homes, with families, often with other pets, which gives them the opportunity to get to know and assess the dogs fully before rehoming them. All of their dogs will be microchipped, vaccinated, flead, wormed and neutered before rehoming, and all prospective adoptive homes will be checked by one of their team to ensure the perfect match between dog and humans is made.

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