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post 29th Mar 2012, 4:46 pm
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It smells too nice, nothing is chewed or destroyed I can find anything I'm looking for and not once have I trod in anything left for me first thing in the morning.

It just wont do.

I'm 29, I live on my own in Huddersfield and I am looking for a partner in crime, who from hereon out shall be referred to as dogface.

Dogface can look forward to a safe, loving home with plenty of opportunities for travel adventure and socialisation, forever.

I work full time so dogface must be able to cope with this, dogface will never have to be alone for more than 4-5 hours at a time but it will happen regularly. If dogface requires, dog walkers or day care can be provided but I know for some dogs this isn't ideal.

I have quite a few doggy friends of both sexes, some calm and placid, some eager to play so probably wouldn't suit someone who is scared of other dogs.

Dogface would benefit from being a medium to larger breed as I am quite active and spend a fair amount of time walking. This can be anything up to 15 miles over rough terrain so an active teenager would enjoy the activities more than the older generation I feel.

I think that covers most of the fundamentals that me and dogface would need from each other, of course that is if I meet with Dogfaces approval. wub.gif




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post 29th Mar 2012, 5:22 pm
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My dog and I would love to meet you, he does bark a little at other dogs he doesn't know, but he likes to play once he gets to know them. I am heartbroken to be rehoming him, but it is the best thing for him too. He is a collie cross. He is perfectly happy to be left alone to have a nice peaceful snooze when you are at work. My neighbours would definitely complain if he was barking and he doesn't (without good reason) He tends not to chew things but I am sure he could mess up your carpet if you want mud and hair! He isn't a young dog, possibly 10 but he needs somewhere happy to live out the rest of his life and he is happy and healthy. He would love to take you for lots of walks and does happily do miles and miles. Please send me a message if you want to know more.
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post 29th Mar 2012, 5:24 pm
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Scenes from the last 6 months or so that Dogface would be enduring with me.

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post 29th Mar 2012, 5:31 pm
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oooooooooooooooo I know that scenery!

How far are you willing to travel to meet dogface?

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post 29th Mar 2012, 6:06 pm
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Would you consider a trailhound?

http://trailhoundwelfare.org.uk/
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post 29th Mar 2012, 6:17 pm
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This boy is desparate to get out of rescue - no one is interested as he is black and has staffie in him - he is fit and will walk miles and miles he would love too - he has too much energy - he would also love to mess up your house - he is a fantastic dog with tons of character living happily with lots of other dogs - he is not nervous - just need an active home and a new forever daddy - he is the sort of dog that would be your best friend - he would get used to being left I am sure -


http://www.dogpages.org.uk/forums/index.php?showtopic=252863
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post 29th Mar 2012, 6:27 pm
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We are looking for a home for our girl Missy. She is full of energy and would fantastic on the adventures with you. She's five but has the energy level of a 2 year old. She's always ready to go out and explore and unfortunately for us it's just too much with a baby. Here's the post we put up for her: Missy

We are more than willing to drive her to meet you. Please let me know if you are interested and if not, good luck on your search for dogface!
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post 29th Mar 2012, 6:50 pm
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Thanks for the responses guys!

QUOTE(upsanddowns @ 29th Mar 2012, 6:22 pm) *

My dog and I would love to meet you, he does bark a little at other dogs he doesn't know, but he likes to play once he gets to know them. I am heartbroken to be rehoming him, but it is the best thing for him too. He is a collie cross. He is perfectly happy to be left alone to have a nice peaceful snooze when you are at work. My neighbours would definitely complain if he was barking and he doesn't (without good reason) He tends not to chew things but I am sure he could mess up your carpet if you want mud and hair! He isn't a young dog, possibly 10 but he needs somewhere happy to live out the rest of his life and he is happy and healthy. He would love to take you for lots of walks and does happily do miles and miles. Please send me a message if you want to know more.


Your Dogface sounds wonderful but I fear that even if he can keep up at the moment it wont be long before im looking at a saddogface who wont be able to join me, 10 is a bit senior for my particular adventures sad.gif I hope you find a suitable home for him soon.


QUOTE(glenyskent @ 29th Mar 2012, 6:31 pm) *

oooooooooooooooo I know that scenery!

How far are you willing to travel to meet dogface?


The distance I am prepared to drive is directly proportionate to how much Dogface looks in need of a man-hug.

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Would you consider a trailhound?

http://trailhoundwelfare.org.uk/


Of course.


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This boy is desparate to get out of rescue - no one is interested as he is black and has staffie in him - he is fit and will walk miles and miles he would love too - he has too much energy - he would also love to mess up your house - he is a fantastic dog with tons of character living happily with lots of other dogs - he is not nervous - just need an active home and a new forever daddy - he is the sort of dog that would be your best friend - he would get used to being left I am sure -
http://www.dogpages.org.uk/forums/index.php?showtopic=252863


He is beautiful and looks like a bag of fun, would it be possible to get some more details?


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We are looking for a home for our girl Missy. She is full of energy and would fantastic on the adventures with you. She's five but has the energy level of a 2 year old. She's always ready to go out and explore and unfortunately for us it's just too much with a baby. Here's the post we put up for her: Missy

We are more than willing to drive her to meet you. Please let me know if you are interested and if not, good luck on your search for dogface!


Your Dogface is a cutie! (my god this whole process is going to completely rob me of my man-card). Would she be able to cope with being left alone regularly and frequent socialisation with other dogs?
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post 29th Mar 2012, 6:54 pm
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hows about?

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post 29th Mar 2012, 7:10 pm
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How about the gorgeous little Diesel. He is currently in foster with me, so if you have any questions I can hope to answer them for you smile.gif

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post 29th Mar 2012, 7:15 pm
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Benjamin Dogface has a ring to it wink.gif
You sound perfect for this lad I am fostering at the moment - he is a gem of a dog and you would be guaranteed plenty of hugs and slobbering dogface affection rolleyes.gif

http://www.dogpages.org.uk/forums/index.php?showtopic=253003

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post 29th Mar 2012, 7:23 pm
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QUOTE(Chairless @ 29th Mar 2012, 7:50 pm) *

Your Dogface is a cutie! (my god this whole process is going to completely rob me of my man-card). Would she be able to cope with being left alone regularly and frequent socialisation with other dogs?



Dogs can never rob you of your man-card, cats on the other hand...well. She would be able to be left alone regularly, she's crate trained and does well on her own as long as she get a walk or some outside time. She use to frequent dog parks back when she was an only "child" back when we had time to take her, so if you ease her back into social situations slowly with other dogs I think she'd do fine. It's just the initial easing process that will take a little bit of work because she hasn't been in those sorts of situations for a while. She really is a great dog and I'm so sad to give her up but we know that this isn't the place for her anymore.

If you have any more questions please let me know, I'd be more than happy to answer anything smile.gif
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post 29th Mar 2012, 8:11 pm
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What better than a three year old collie boy who is so handsome, but also in need of security after his owner died crying.gif

http://www.dogpages.org.uk/forums/index.php?showtopic=254347


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post 29th Mar 2012, 8:13 pm
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QUOTE(rescuewoman @ 29th Mar 2012, 9:11 pm) *

What better than a three year old collie boy who is so handsome, but also in need of security after his owner died crying.gif

http://www.dogpages.org.uk/forums/index.php?showtopic=254347

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post 29th Mar 2012, 8:15 pm
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QUOTE(glenyskent @ 29th Mar 2012, 9:13 pm) *

GMTA winks.gif


smile.gif Sorry hadn't realised who you had pointed out, but seriously I think he would be perfect for such a life! Collie heaven!


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