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> Fabulous Fred, lovely gentleman collie
Phoenix Dog Rescue
post 3rd Mar 2012, 7:52 pm
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This lovely boy is Fred. wub.gif
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Fred has come into Phoenix Dog rescue, along with his younger brother, Danny-as their mum can no longer care for them due to terminal illness. sad.gif They were her much loved boys.

Fred is a lovely lovely boy, age 7-8 years old. He is just wonderful. He has a such a gentle nature. wub.gif

Fred is affectionate and clever. He loves walks and loves tennis balls. wink.gif

Fred does not like cats or small furries. He is find with older kids and other dogs. smile.gif

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Fred may be considered an older dog-but is still playful and active-fit and healthy. He would make an excellent family addition! He is well behaved, but can still get into mischief if distracted by...a cat! lol.gif

Fred really is a delighful boy, whomever adopts him will wonder how they ever lived with out a Fred Collie in their lives! wub.gif (and I will be just a tiny bit jealous of whomever adopts him wub.gif )

***Important Bits-Please Read***PDR spay/neuter, vaccinate, worm and microchip all dogs prior to rehoming. All prospective homes are vetted, and a donation to the rescue is required. PDR will NOT rehome dogs under 2 years to full time working homes, NOR to homes where they would be kenneled outside. PDR will NOT rehome dogs to a home where an existing dog is not spayed/neutered. What we WILL do is treat each dog as an individual. Age, temperment and any issues a dog may have are considered when looking at home offers. For puppies being rehomed out of the NW area please make sure you are aware of the cost of neutering as this will be compulsary when the dog reaches six months.

Anyone who knows they can offer Fred the type of loving, commited forever home he needs can call Dawn on 07929 251244 . No calls after 9pm please.

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post 4th Mar 2012, 9:17 am
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Poor boys having lost their owner like this. They spent about a week living in their home alone so must have been very confused sad.gif


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post 4th Mar 2012, 9:30 pm
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That's heartbreaking crying.gif crying.gif
I hope both boys find new loving homes quickly.
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post 11th Mar 2012, 9:09 pm
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has there been any interest in Fred ?
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post 12th Mar 2012, 1:35 pm
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err.gif Sadly, neither of the boys have had any calls.


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post 14th Mar 2012, 8:35 pm
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Such beautiful dog here and absolutely not his fault sad.gif


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post 25th Mar 2012, 4:17 pm
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has there been any good news for Fred ?
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post 25th Mar 2012, 5:30 pm
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Does Fred travel well?
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post 26th Mar 2012, 6:07 am
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Does Fred travel well?


I believe so smile.gif


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post 26th Mar 2012, 8:55 am
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I couldn't see Fred advertised on the website so perhaps people don't know he is available. He looks a lovely dog and round me middle-aged well-behaved collies often seem to rehome fairly easily because there are often older people who always had collies but maybe don't want to have the a very young one. My dog is 8+ and he's just the best he's been. Energetic and lively but not manic like he was. BCs can live longer too, so 7 is not very old.
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