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> Home Offered To Springer Or Similar, North Dorset, medium sized good family dog wanted
mrs.clucky
post 18th Feb 2012, 5:20 pm
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Hi

Were looking at giving a home to a springer spaniel or similar size friendly dog, I have 3 children (6/4/1) Both my husband and myself between us have experience with springers, beagles, GSD & labs.

Were live in North Dorset, close to Wiltshire, & Somerset. About 400 yards from the countryside, we both work from home, so the dog will always be with us.

We have a very enclosed garden with 6ft fencing all the way around. Hopefully we shall find our forever dog soon.
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post 18th Feb 2012, 6:20 pm
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Hi there smile.gif
I know this isnt strictly within your remit but I wonder if you may consider a trailhound?

Although we are based in Cumbria, we are very lucky in that Worcs Animal Rescue Shelter, near Malvern, regularly takes hounds for homing, which isnt too far from you.

See more about us on the homing section HERE

Read more about hounds on our website HERE

Read a typical story about one of our retired hounds HERE. Lots more to read on our galleries.

We always have full history of the hound and whether they have been brought up among children. Many of the hounds we home are only a year or 2 old, they dont always take to racing.

Here is a picture of my 2 with one I was fostering (now homed)
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post 18th Feb 2012, 6:53 pm
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We are fostering a springer/collie cross for friends of the animals-rct. He is called Sam and is on their website and on dogpages in dogs needing homes (north). Worth a look?

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post 18th Feb 2012, 7:04 pm
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www.essw.co.uk we have springers looking for homes
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post 18th Feb 2012, 7:06 pm
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Sam
http://www.dogpages.org.uk/forums/index.ph...amp;hl=springer

Merve?
http://www.dogpages.org.uk/forums/index.ph...0&hl=dorset

http://www.essw.co.uk/#/dogs-needing-homes/4531487735
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post 20th Feb 2012, 9:17 am
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I am new to the forum so not quite sure how it all works. I have emailed you directly but not sure whether I have gone about it the right way and perhaps should have posted on here first.

'Loving home needed for 16 week old male cocker spaniel show/working strain mix. Tri-coloured with beautiful markings. Pedigree and KC registered. Very reluctant rehoming due to genuine circumstance.
He is microchipped with vaccines and worming up to date. He is house trained, crate trained and travels very well in the car. He has started basic reward training and responded very well (eg recall, sit, stay, shake a paw, roll over, in your bed, off, leave it etc ) and he has begun loose lead walking. He has completed a training course at 'puppy school'. He has been well socialised and is a confident, friendly, affectionate puppy - always keen to meet new people (including children) and dogs. We have seen no evidence of aggression whatsoever. He is a bright, energetic puppy who learns quickly and new owners must be prepared to give him the stimulation and time that he deserves. Monetary offer would be appreciated but real priority is to find a good home.'

Please do get in touch if you are interested or have any queries.

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post 20th Feb 2012, 6:08 pm
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Hi Heartbreak
Sorry you are having to rehome your pup.

You can advertise your dog here but there is a proviso with all privately homed dogs that they are not sold on dogpages.

The following is at the top of the Private rehoming section.......

The forum cannot be used to sell any dog or pup but you may wish to ask for a donation with a cheque made out to the rescue of your choice to help other dogs.


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mrs.clucky
post 20th Feb 2012, 9:02 pm
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thanks for the replies, I shall look at all suggested x
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post 21st Feb 2012, 2:47 pm
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Hi

After consideration , we would also like to add a Irish setter on to the list , But this would have to be a bitch as a male would be too big
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