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> Looking For Lhaso Apso In Scotland, Home for a furry friend north of the border
johnmcaulay
post 19th Mar 2012, 5:00 pm
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@skyeandollie cheers for the information. I did read up on TTs and guessed they must be similiar with their history. I've never been lucky enough to see one in real life, plenty of Lhaso's up this neck of the woods but never spotted a TT sad.gif
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post 19th Mar 2012, 7:37 pm
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TT's rock ... I have a cross one and love the breed.


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post 19th Mar 2012, 8:20 pm
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We're just along in Livingston aswell! She was dogs trust Glasgow 5 years ago smile.gif
I've heard Mylo at dogs Trust West Calder has been returned 7 times err.gif poor wee scone. Good luck on your search!
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post 20th Mar 2012, 8:05 pm
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Tibetan Terrier Association Rescue
Sue Dykes, Eaglesham, Glasgow Tel: 01355 303448
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post 21st Mar 2012, 9:34 am
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Thanks K9LOVE.

How do the rescue assosiations work?
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post 21st Mar 2012, 10:00 am
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As each rescue will run differently I would suggest if you are interested in a specific breed, or dog from a rescue that you deal with them directly. People here are only doing a search of the web and posting suggestions so you would really need to take advice direct from the rescue involved.

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post 21st Mar 2012, 6:28 pm
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QUOTE(johnmcaulay @ 21st Mar 2012, 9:34 am) *

Thanks K9LOVE.

How do the rescue assosiations work?

As rescuewoman says you are best to contact them direct but basically breed rescues tend to be breeders of that breed who have a rescue arm as well, so either take back previously sold dogs/ rescue that breed from pounds or will take on anyone trying to rehome that breed. Some are very strict and only take pedigree, some only take purebreed and some take cross breeds of their breed.
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post 21st Mar 2012, 7:54 pm
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QUOTE(K9LOVE @ 21st Mar 2012, 6:28 pm) *

As rescuewoman says you are best to contact them direct but basically breed rescues tend to be breeders of that breed who have a rescue arm as well, so either take back previously sold dogs/ rescue that breed from pounds or will take on anyone trying to rehome that breed. Some are very strict and only take pedigree, some only take purebreed and some take cross breeds of their breed.


That is however not always the case. Please contact rescues direct winks.gif


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post 17th Apr 2012, 9:25 pm
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I made the decision to make the trip down to Wales, put an application in but was rejected as Marley wasn't neutered. I can understand this if I was looking to take on a girl but it was a boy I applied for.

Just a little frustrated as I can offer a fantastic home, am I doing an injustice by Marley by not having him neutered? I'm now concerned by this and worried that the wee man is not getting the best quality of life? He always seems so happy sad.gif

Always appreciate your thoughts guys x
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post 18th Apr 2012, 5:23 am
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QUOTE(johnmcaulay @ 17th Apr 2012, 10:25 pm) *

I made the decision to make the trip down to Wales, put an application in but was rejected as Marley wasn't neutered. I can understand this if I was looking to take on a girl but it was a boy I applied for.

Just a little frustrated as I can offer a fantastic home, am I doing an injustice by Marley by not having him neutered? I'm now concerned by this and worried that the wee man is not getting the best quality of life? He always seems so happy sad.gif

Always appreciate your thoughts guys x



You may want to start a topic on the benefits of neutering in Chatter, as this is just your 'homes offered' topic smile.gif

You will get plenty of advise, I assure you smile.gif
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