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post 4th Apr 2009, 4:09 pm
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Welcome to Friends of the Animals RCT


Friends of the Animals is an independent, home based rescue run completely by volunteers. Although based in Wales, Friends of the Animals has helpers and supporters throughout the UK. Friends of the Animals is committed to the reduction in numbers of homeless and unwanted dogs and has a strict policy of neutering all dogs prior to rehoming.Please take some time to learn about us and the work that we do by looking round our site at


OUR ADOPTION PROCESS


Our priority is to find the ideal home for each dog in our care. Because individual dogs’ needs vary greatly, we do not have set criteria for adopters, instead we try to be as flexible as possible, in order to ensure that we can find a perfect match. We do not however re -home where resident dogs are not already neutered/spayed unless this is for health reasons.

If you think one of our dogs may be suitable for your circumstances please complete our pre-adoption form.

Adoption Application

You will be contacted by our adoption coordinator so please be prepared to be interrogated lol.gif If we think you are able to provide the right home we will then arrange a home visit. If this is successful you will be expected to come and meet your dog either in Wales or at their foster home.


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Friends of the Animals RCT
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post 25th Apr 2013, 4:37 pm
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If you are interested in adopting Mack please read about our re homing process and complete a Pre Adoption form (link below) and one of our adoption coordinators will contact you for a chat

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewfor...3d1V1E6MQ#gid=0

Name: Mack
Age:Two years old
Breed: Jack Russell Terrier
Can I live with Children: Older teenagers
Can I live with cats: No
Can I live with other dogs: Yes
Fostered In: South Wales

Other Information

Mack’s foster Mother describes him as ‘a loveable little boy’. He is definitely a little cutie who is having a lovely time being spoilt by his foster family but he is ready to move on to his forever home and is looking for just the right one.

On first meeting of Mack, he is very nervous and it has taken him several weeks to settle down in his foster home, so any home will need to be prepared to give him time, love and patience initially so he learns that he can trust you and that you are his family once he does you will be rewarded in kind by this lad.

Mack is a 2 year old JRT and is a lovely playful boy, he likes to chase toes, play with his toys and take fun walks. He does think he is a lap dog and adores curling up in your lap for a snuggle. Given the choice Mack would be carried in your arms like a baby, giving you little licks and enjoying the fuss of being babied.

Mack is a wonderful house guest, he is toilet trained and has never had an indoor accident. He is very good on his walks and is learning to walk well on a lead and only pulls a little bit now and then. He is very sociable with other dogs and loves the company of his foster mother’s resident dogs.

Mack is very playful and so will only be homed with older children who are comfortable with a little rough and tumble.

Mack is looking for a home where he will get lots of walks, play and attention. Mack will preferably be homed with a family who have experience of terriers. Mack has woofed at his next door neighbours cats so won’t be homed with them in case he chases. Mack is happy to be left at home for a few hours each day.

Mack is neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. Prospective adopters will be expected to travel to meet Mack in his foster home in South Wales.

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