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Hope Rescue is not a rescue in the conventional sense. We are primarily a co-ordinating rescue. Most of our work involves moving dogs from put to sleep or emergency situations. We secure rescue spaces for these dogs with reputable rescues and we will also transport them to the rescue.

The majority of the dogs we deal with are strays from Local Authority pounds which would otherwise be euthanised once they have completed their statutory 7 days.

We also take in dogs for rehoming ourselves via a network of fantastic and dedicated foster homes which enable us to fully assess the dogs in our care prior to rehoming. Details of our current dogs for rehoming can be found below or please visit our website Hope Rescue Website.

Rehoming procedure

All of our dogs are neutered (if over 6 months), vaccinated, flea treated, wormed and micro-chipped prior to adoption.

We ask for a minimum donation as follows:

£160 , all dogs if old enough are neutered , if not old enough neutering is the new families responsibility.

We have a thorough rehoming process at Hope Rescue:

Completion of our initial Interest Form
Informal telephone chat
Home Check
Meet the Dog
Guardianship Agreement
Follow-up visit (if necessary)

We also have some basic rehoming criteria. Occasionally we can be flexible and this will be detailed on the individual dogs rehoming information:

We do not rehome to homes with children under 5 years unless specified on the individual dogs rehoming information

We do not rehome to homes with existing dogs that are not neutered (unless for medical or exceptional circumstances)

We will rehome certain dogs to full-time workers where specified in the rehoming information, however you must make arrangements for someone to visit during the day e.g. a dog sitter

Prior to rehoming you will be required to visit the dog either in our kennels or foster home together with any other dogs in your family

If you are interested in one of our dogs then you can down load the paperwork from the website Rehoming Paperwork or please ring 07834 525753 (no calls after 9 p.m. please) or email her at dogs@hoperescue.org.uk


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Hope Rescue (Registered Charity 1129629) is primarily a co-ordinating rescue helping stray dogs in Local Authority pounds who would otherwise be euthanised. We commit to four Local Authorities in South Wales to take ALL their strays following completion of their statutory 7 days, and also help other local pounds and Rescues as and when resources allow. Our aim is to place most of the dogs we help with other reputable rescues; we cover many thousands of miles every year transporting dogs throughout the U.K. We also rehome dogs ourselves via a network of foster homes. If we cannot secure a rescue or foster space we also use private boarding kennels in South Wales. Last year we helped over 600 dogs, over 100 of which we rehomed ourselves.

Adopting a Hope Rescue Dog

Our rehoming process at Hope Rescue ensures the right dog is matched to the right home.

Completion of our initial Interest Form
Informal telephone chat with a member of the Adoption Team
Informal telephone chat with the Foster Home or Rescue Manager
Home Check
Meet the Dog
Adoption Agreement
Follow-up visit (if applicable)

Whilst we do have some basic rehoming criteria, they are guidelines as opposed to blanket policies. We try to be flexible to match the needs of the individual dog and the suitability of the home offered. Each dog will have its own specific requirements for a new home and this will be detailed in their rehoming information. Answers to many of the frequently asked questions can be found on the website or just get in touch.

All of our dogs are neutered (if over 6 months), vaccinated, flea treated, wormed and microchipped prior to adoption. The microchip will be dual registered to both the adopter and Hope Rescue. If a puppy is not old enough to be neutered then this must be carried out at the owner’s expense when old enough, and the relevant form completed by the vet and returned to Hope Rescue.

If you are interested in one of our dogs then you can down load the paperwork from the Hope Rescue Website, ring 07834 525753 or email adoption@hoperescue.org.uk


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post 24th Sep 2014, 11:49 am
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Barney is a 9 month old Yorkie cross Shihtzu, who came into our care after a change in his owners circumstances. He is currently in foster in Hereford.

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Whenever a dog comes into our care we ensure that they are with their foster carer for a minimum of 2 weeks before they are rehomed. This is because the majority of our dogs come from the council pounds with no previous history and we need this initial assessment period to see what sort of temperament and personality they have and their needs from a new home.

Once this information has been submitted by the foster home we then look at the interest forms we have received in advance and try to make the closest match for the dog’s individual needs. We do not work on a first come first served basis and we do not reserve dogs in advance. Some dogs can have a lot of interest and we try to find the perfect home for each dog.

All Hope Rescue dogs are neutered, vaccinated, wormed, flea treated and micro-chipped prior to adoption. A homecheck will be required, and you will need to come and meet the dog with your own dogs and family. We have a suggested minimum donation of £160. An Adoption Interest Form can be downloaded from the www.hoperescue.org.uk or by emailing adoption@hoperescue.org.uk


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post 24th Sep 2014, 12:25 pm
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Brad is a 4 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier and is currently on foster in Treharris, South Wales.

The Brad Fact File
Dog status: Good out on walks but would do best as the only dog in a new home
Cat status: Unknown
Child status: Good, could be rehomed with children over the age of 8 years
House training: Excellent
Home alone: Has been fine for the short periods he has been left by his foster carer
Basic training: Very good

The cold winters nights are drawing near and what better way to warm yourself up than cuddles on the settee from Brad. This is one loving, tactile and adorable dog. Do not miss out on the chance to be his new family. Brad has settled very well in his foster home after a long time spent in kennels. He has shown himself to be house trained, good on the lead, good with other dogs out on walks and a confident and well socialised dog.

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Brad is the only dog in his foster home but was assessed in kennels as needing to be the only dog in the home. He was very bonded with Sally an older Staffie who he came in with but unfortunately in a home environment they struggled together. Out and about though Brad has been fine with the dogs he has met. He will grumble at rude dogs that come over a little too quickly but generally has coped very well and now has regular walking buddies. Brad will not be rehomed with cats.

Brad is great with humans; adults and children. He adores meeting new people and being made a fuss of and is kind and gentle with the children he has met. Brad is not over demanding and not a bouncy dog that is in your face but will politely ask for attention and enjoys just being with people.

Brad has a good level of basic training; he walks well on his lead and will sit and wait for food. He has shown no destructive or possessive behaviour and travels well in the car. He is house trained and chooses to sleep downstairs at night. He has now been left for a couple of hours and has shown no sign of being distressed or upset. That being said he would not be rehomed with a full time worker as we do not know how he would react to being left for longer periods especially as he will be the only dog in the home. He is not looking for a new home where he will be ignored and side lined. Brad has spent a long time in kennels and he deserves to be included in a family home life now and get lots of love and affection.

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In summary Brad is looking for a new family unit who don’t have any other pets but are looking for an affectionate uncomplicated companion for long walks and cosy evenings. Brad is one of the most grateful dogs we have seen and has bucket loads of love to share.

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All Hope Rescue dogs are neutered, vaccinated, wormed, flea treated and micro-chipped prior to adoption. A homecheck will be required, and you will need to come and meet the dog with your own dogs and family. We have a suggested minimum donation of £160. An Adoption Interest Form can be downloaded from the www.hoperescue.org.uk or by emailing adoption@hoperescue.org.uk


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post 24th Sep 2014, 12:39 pm
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Cherry is a 2 year old Staffie cross and is currently in kennels near Newark, Nottinghamshire.

The Cherry Fact File

Dog status: Would prefer to be only dog but may be able to rehomed with larger male.
Cat status: Absolutely no cats please!
Child status: Older children or adult home.
House training: Perfect
Home alone: Can be left for short periods, not suitable for full time worker
Basic training: Excellent – Gold Award!

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Please crosspost and share Cherry as while she initially reads as a difficult dog she has so so much to offer and has come so far in so many ways. She does need a special home and while it will be difficult to find in that home Cherry will be amazing and a joy.

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Cherry spent a lot of her younger life in kennels but once moved to foster settled very quickly and easily into her foster home. She was fostered without other pets in a quiet home with just one adult. She met children and other dogs when out and about and was fine with male dogs and showed no sign of anxiousness with children. She was rehomed almost a year ago to a family home who worked very hard with Cherry but it was in her best interests to return to our care to find a new home. Cherry has the benefit of being one of our most assessed dogs ever!

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Cherry would either be best as an only pet or may accept a larger male dog as a canine companion. She has bonded with dogs while in kennels but always towards the big lads with a steady temperament. If we did consider a home with a resident dog there would need to be several meetings and it would need to be an experienced home. We would not rehome her into a multi-dog household or a home with female dogs. Cherry’s behaviour seems to be due to lack of socialisation when younger and will manifest itself as fear aggression towards the other dog or over exuberant rough play which she doesn’t know how to control. She has had behaviourist led positive interactions with other dogs in one to one and groups situations which can be managed but it is clear that Cherry would struggle living full time with other dogs that she is not at ease with.

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Cherry cannot be rehomed with cats or small furries, but is good with horses and would enjoy helping out at a stables?

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Cherry has been great with people and is good with children but is looking for an adult home preferably or one with older children is a possibility. She has poor self-control when meeting people or when you return and will jump and nip in excitement. Once settled Cherry is loving and affectionate and very people orientated. She has really enjoyed spending time with people in the annexe at the kennels and quickly shows what an amazing dog she is and how much pleasure she has to give. In the right home Cherry will be an amazing addition … even in the wrong environment she has a way of winning people’s hearts.

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Cherry worked her way through Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards while in her previous home and learnt: Sit, Down, Stand, Wait, Stay, Recall, Watch me, Walk to heel, wait to go through doorways after the human, wait and sit at the side of the road, wait to enter a car on command, leave food, leave a treat in front of her till told to “take it”, leave/give up a toy during play (tug), come away from distractions, and tricks: Spin, rollover, creepies etc. Her training was all positive training based and used treat or toy rewards and clicker training and she responds well to both. She is a pleasure and a joy to work with.

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Cherry is house trained and able to be left for short periods without issues though wouldn’t cope with full time workers. She has not been crate trained as found this distressing but is able to be left in loose without issue. She is not destructive in the home and will always chew on her own toys or a bone if she is bored. She travels well in the car. Cherry found living in a busy family home environment difficult and over stimulating especially with children coming and going and a busy road outside. When in foster in a quiet house she was much calmer and able to relax. Ideally we would like a rural home for Cherry where she is able to lower her adrenaline levels enough to allow her to learn some self-control.

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All Hope Rescue dogs are neutered, vaccinated, wormed, flea treated and micro-chipped prior to adoption. A homecheck will be required, and you will need to come and meet the dog with your own dogs and family. We have a suggested minimum donation of £160. An Adoption Interest Form can be downloaded from the www.hoperescue.org.uk or by emailing adoption@hoperescue.org.uk


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post 24th Sep 2014, 1:49 pm
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Cleo is a 3 year old Staffie cross and is currently in kennels near Newark, Nottinghamshire.

The Cleo Fact File

Dog status: Looking for an only pet foster home
Cat status: No cats please
Child status: Loves people and could be fostered with older children
Home alone: Unknown
Basic training: Good basic training and walks well on the lead. Responds well to clicker training.

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Hope were asked to help with Cleo as she was being kept in conditions where she was at real risk. Before Cleo came into Hope’s care she was kept in a tiny cage with other caged dogs close by and only let out briefly. She was in very poor condition when she arrived and while we were told she would not tolerate kennelling she has settled in well and her condition has much improved, both mentally and physically. She is now very much ready to find her new home.

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Due to being kept in such close confines under such stressful conditions with other dogs in similar circumstances, she is not great with other dogs and will need continued socialisation with other dogs outside the home. This work has begun in kennels but it is limited how far this can go while in this environment. Unfortunately we can only consider pet free foster homes for Cleo at present but her out and about behaviour with other dogs is much less of a worry now. Cleo would prefer not to share her home with cats!

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Cleo is very much a people dog and loves to have fusses, is very responsive and really good fun to be around. She spends time in the annex at the kennels providing an indication of how she would be in a home environment. Initially she would mug you for treats and then get on with the important task of exploring. Nowadays she is much more laid back and likes nothing more than a tummy rub and cuddle and using the time out to relax. We would consider homes with older children as long as they are dog experienced.

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Since coming into Hope’s care she has been having weekly sessions with a behaviourist and is doing brilliantly. She walks nicely on a lead and doesn’t pull when she reaches the end. She can be a little hesitant of new noises and places but will sit patiently when asked. She is now much calmer around the other dogs and while we do not allow close meetings between the kennel dogs she will walk well in the group and pass other dogs on the path politely. She is food motivated and responds well to clicker training. She sits well and will offer a paw (whether asked or not). Cleo has been out of kennels for home visits at the weekend and has been 100% clean in the house and calm and well mannered. She travels well and has shown no destructive behaviour.

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In summary, Cleo has come on leaps and bounds in the last few months and is now definitely ready for her own home. She really is a lovely girl who needs to forget her past and move onto a brighter future. If you think you can offer a space to Cleo but want to know a bit more about her first you are welcome to talk to the behaviourist who has been working with her.

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All Hope Rescue dogs are neutered, vaccinated, wormed, flea treated and micro-chipped prior to adoption. A homecheck will be required, and you will need to come and meet the dog with your own dogs and family. We have a suggested minimum donation of £160. An Adoption Interest Form can be downloaded from the www.hoperescue.org.uk or by emailing adoption@hoperescue.org.uk



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post 13th Nov 2014, 2:31 pm
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Henry is a 2 year old Crossbreed, most probably a Collie cross Terrier, who is currently in foster in New Tredegar.

The Henry Fact File

Dog status: Good once introduced but can be nervous of boisterous larger dogs
Cat status: Cat free home please
Child status: Older children or adult only home.
House training: Excellent
Home alone: Fine for short periods, not suitable for full time worker
Basic training: Very good but will need continued work around his fears

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Henry was rehomed by Hope as a young puppy and has always been in a home environment however he wasn’t coping with a young baby in the house and needed to come back into our care. As Henry grew up he became me increasingly fearful of various things in the environment and with a young baby just learning to crawl it was not the right environment for him anymore. He moved to foster a few weeks ago and while this was a huge change in his life he coped and adapted quickly and has been doing amazing.

Henry is bright and intelligent and has both Terrier and Collie traits in his personality. In the words of his previous family “He is very energetic, fun and mischievous, and he loves playing with his toys, especially his balls. He loves fetch apart from when he decides that he wants the ball to himself! We usually play with two for that reason!”

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While Henry had been an only dog for 3 years he is now in foster with a medium crossbreed and a terrier and not only settled easy into a multi dog environment but has also gained confidence and taken guidance from the other dogs. Henry can be reactive to some other dogs outside the home especially on lead. While he is generally happy to interact with collies, terriers and small dogs he can be fearful with larger bouncy dogs such as Labradors and Bull breeds. With controlled introductions Henry has shown that he can be brave though and get on with the big kids on the block! He is looking for a home without cats.

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Henry is good with adults and bonds closely with people he knows. He can be nervous of visitors and strangers initially but comes round quickly if he isn’t the focus of their attention. He copes with older children and may be able to share a home with sensible older children.

Henry has good basic training and has started clicker training which he is really enjoying. He walks well on a harness and has the beginnings of good recall although this hasn’t been worked on outside of a secure field.

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In his previous home Henry’s fears were generalised and far reaching and included noise sensitivity inside and outside the home with things falling, rattling (including his bowls), motorbikes and other loud vehicles and flies being on his list… Henry is genuinely frightened of flies! He can also be frightened of new things or change including visitors arriving, people in different outfits or doing strange things, and fast moving things like cars and bikes rushing past, children running and helicopters. His fears seem to be much more manageable in his foster home and he is improving daily with even the main worries becoming manageable. This counter conditioning will need continued work in his new home and his foster carer can give you lots of information on the techniques that Henry responds to. Oh as well as flies he is also frightened of pigs!

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Henry struggled initially with being left and while crate trained in his previous home he has not settled in one n his foster home. He is however fine being left for a few hours free range in the home showing no destructive behaviour (unless you are a soft toy or contain a squeaky). While we would not rehome Henry into a home where he would be left full time hours we think he would be fine with part time hours if the new owner is prepared for a settling in period and a bit of training.

Henry travels well in the car and once he trusts you is happy to be touched all over. He has found moving from an only dog home to a multi dog household means you need to share and initially struggled but is now only worried if the toy or treat is of a high value to him. He is not remotely possessive of his food or the bowls. He has visited the vets and while it isn’t the best outing ever he coped fine. When he arrived he showed some signs of lameness in one hind leg and some stiffness in his back. This has improved since getting regular exercise but he would benefit from wearing a coat in cold or wet weather.

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In summary, Henry will need a patient home that will be sympathetic to his ‘quirks’. He has a lovely nature and is very playful with both dogs and people. He loves to mix and play with the dogs he is fostered with, he also needs his own space and will take himself upstairs when he wants to settle. While he would suit an active home he can get stressed in overly busy situations.

All Hope Rescue dogs are neutered (if over 6 months), vaccinated, flea treated, wormed and micro-chipped prior to adoption. If a puppy is not old enough to be neutered then this must be carried out at the owner’s expense when old enough, and the relevant form completed by the vet and returned to Hope Rescue. A homecheck will be required, and you will need to come and meet the dog with your own dogs and family. We have a suggested minimum donation of £160. Hope Rescue rehomes throughout the UK. A Pre-Home Interest Form can be downloaded from www.hoperescue.org.uk and should be returned to adoption@hoperescue.org.uk



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Harley, an 11 month old English Bull Terrier cross Collie, is one of Lady Mary’s pups who were born into our care almost a year ago. He has returned to our care as he is too full on for his previous family. He is currently in kennels near Porth, South Wales.
The Harley Fact File

Dog status: Good but he is boisterous and plays rough so he would need robust friends who have a similar play style
Cat status: Cannot be rehomed with cats
Child status: Good but excitable, can be rehomed with children who are used to dogs.
House training: Good
Home alone: Fine for short periods, not suitable for full time worker
Basic training: Good but could do with a bit of fine tuning.

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Harley is a loving, giving, fun, comical dog but he is also high energy and low attention span! He is looking for an experienced owner who can work with him to direct his energy in the right direction. He would benefit from an activity as a future goal which could include for example agility or cani-cross.

Harley is dog friendly, some would say a little over friendly! He could be rehomed as the only dog or with canine company however, the other dogs would need to be playful types (or very tolerant of bouncy young dogs attempting to play with them!). His play style is full on and he isn’t always able to read another dogs body language so we would not recommend him with elderly or frail dogs. He can be reactive with dogs outside the home when challenged. Harley is used to cats but he does struggle at time not to chase them! He may be suitable to love with dog savvy cats.

Harley adores people and has grown up in a home environment with a young child. We have no concerns regarding his temperament and he could be rehomed with a family with dog savvy children without concern.

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Harley has some good basic training but he does have a short attention span! He will need some initial work in his lead walking as he will pull. While he may have the attention span of a flea he is both food and praise orientated and responds well to clicker training. He does get frustrated easily and worries if he isn’t getting things right straight away which means he will start jumping up and getting silly especially if he isn’t getting what he wants. Harley has shown no possessive behaviour, is more than happy to be touched all over and travels well in the car.

Harley adores being out and about in the world and does struggle to behave when he isn’t doing “stuff” so he will be looking for an active new owner who can give him not only two decent walks a day but also has the time and patience to mentally tire him out. While he can be left for short periods he does get bored quickly and will get up to mischief. We would prefer someone who is in for most of the day but will look at each home offer individually. Harley would not cope with being left full time hours (and neither would his new family). Having good quality toys, filled Kong’s and chews such as rawhide or pigs ears will keep him distracted and will allow his time left alone to be built up. He will need a secure garden.

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In summary, Harley is an active young dog that needs a home that can help channel his energy in a useful direction. Harley adores people and responds to praise and attention and has huge potential. He would excel in a home that is looking for a


All Hope Rescue dogs are neutered (if over 6 months), vaccinated, flea treated, wormed and micro-chipped prior to adoption. If a puppy is not old enough to be neutered then this must be carried out at the owner’s expense when old enough, and the relevant form completed by the vet and returned to Hope Rescue. A homecheck will be required, and you will need to come and meet the dog with your own dogs and family. We have a suggested minimum donation of £160. Hope Rescue rehomes throughout the UK. A Pre-Home Interest Form can be downloaded from www.hoperescue.org.uk and should be returned to adoption@hoperescue.org.uk


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Geraldine is a 6 year old Lurcher, currently in foster in Cardiff.

The Geraldine Fact File

Dog status: In foster with a Greyhound and Terrier
Cat status: Unknown
Child status: Very good – could be rehomed with children over 8
House training: Very good
Home alone: Fine to be left; May be suitable for full time worker.
Basic training: Very good; w3alks well on the lead good recall, will sit when asked

Hi everyone my name is Geraldine and I am a tan Greyhound sized Lurcher. I forget how old I am (plus I have been told a lady never reveals her age) but i am believed to be around 6 years old. I am keeping tight lipped about my past; however I wound up at the pound as a stray with a few cuts and scrapes and they wonder if I was a working dog originally. I had no problem adapting to home life though.

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I have been living with a lovely foster home for a month or so now and they have been very welcoming. I have 2 canine foster siblings; a terrier and a greyhound and I get on well with both. Actually I get on well with most dogs as long as they aren’t too over the top or rude. My foster home doesn’t have any cats or small furries so they don’t know how I would react if I was rehomed with either.

I’m in an adult only foster home but have met children of 10 and 14 years old and folks when out and about and I have been my normal loving self with all of them. I love humans and am happy to share my home with a wide range of people however I am a bit too old to be running around after little ones but children over the age of 8 who are used to dogs would be fine by me. More cuddles!

As I said I have been living with other dogs and I am good with them and happy to share my toys and bed. I travel well in the car and am calm and quiet when visiting the vets. I have good basic training and walk on a lovely loose lead. I also have good recall in the park and will sit when asked. I’m also happy to be left although my foster people are no longer working so I am not left too long or too often. With the right amount of attention and with the right people I am sure I could adapt to full time working hours. I would like an active home though – one where I get time off lead to stretch my long legs and to get out and about to meet and greet people.

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In summary, I am definitely looking for a tactile and affectionate new family to match my character. I have a lot of love to give and am a real cuddle bunny. I am not looking to be a dog on the side lines of family life. I want to be right there in the thick of it both inside and outside the home.

All Hope Rescue dogs are neutered (if over 6 months), vaccinated, flea treated, wormed and micro-chipped prior to adoption. If a puppy is not old enough to be neutered then this must be carried out at the owner’s expense when old enough, and the relevant form completed by the vet and returned to Hope Rescue. A homecheck will be required, and you will need to come and meet the dog with your own dogs and family. We have a suggested minimum donation of £160. Hope Rescue rehomes throughout the UK. A Pre-Home Interest Form can be downloaded from www.hoperescue.org.uk and should be returned to adoption@hoperescue.org.uk



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