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GSDlover4ever
Sadly my GSD passed away a few months ago and I am currently on the search for a new friend for my westie Maisy.

Maisy and I currently compete in agility and obedience and I would love to do that with dog no.2.

I would prefer dog no.2 to be young, maybe even a baby puppy?
I love scruffy terriers, I am also happy to have a small mix breed.
I think a male would fit in better with Maisy,

He also has to be good with children (I have nephews and nieces I see sometimes)
I am based in Lanarkshire, Scotland.

I am in no rush for dog no. 2, i know there will be lost of unwanted dogs after Christmas and I am happy to wait for the right dog to come along.
K9LOVE
http://www.scottishspca.org/rehoming/animal/20040_eric

What about a Romaniaan dog? They tend to e scruffy

Puppies in Ayr SSPCA:
https://www.facebook.com/scottishspca
K9LOVE
https://www.dogstrust.org.uk/rehoming/dogs/.../1125570/marley

Not a terrier but young and male and needing to focusthat energy:
https://www.dogstrust.org.uk/rehoming/dogs/...~n~/1117606/ted
Gilly1
In Gloucestershire so a long way - but would be perfect - have a look at Tommy


http://www.starfishdogrescue.co.uk/dogs-lo...for-a-home.html
GSDlover4ever
QUOTE(Gilly1 @ 27th Nov 2014, 9:49 pm) *

In Gloucestershire so a long way - but would be perfect - have a look at Tommy
http://www.starfishdogrescue.co.uk/dogs-lo...for-a-home.html



He sounds perfect. smile.gif

I just wish he was closer it would be a 650 mile round trip for me. sad.gif
zico's mum
Have you considered a Border Terrier? Lots competing very successfully in agility and they really are a cracking little dog.Border Terrier Welfare rep for Scotland is Joyce Martin 01415 783607,they don't put all the dogs up for adoption on website,best to contact rep


GSDlover4ever
Yes I would consider a BT or a BT cross.
I would also consider another dog originally from another country but I will need to see the dog first before I would consider adopting. I wouldn't adopt a dog from another country without meeting the dog first; I would need to guarantee that it would get on with Maisy. So a dog that has been brought over and is in a foster home would be ideal.

I would also consider a poodle or poodle cross. It would be great if the poodle was crossed with a terrier.... smile.gif
K9LOVE
Sent you a link via FB but dunno if you got it?
Dalsmum
How far are you prepared to travel?
Pixiedog
I know of a very bright and cute 7 month old terrier looking for a home, bought for an older person who he is just too energetic for. He's in Herts, so depends how far you are prepared to travel.
GSDlover4ever
QUOTE(Dalsmum @ 12th Dec 2014, 10:05 pm) *

How far are you prepared to travel?



I am willing to travel around Scotland and to the north of England, maximum of 250 miles trip.
GSDlover4ever
QUOTE(Pixiedog @ 13th Dec 2014, 10:10 am) *

I know of a very bright and cute 7 month old terrier looking for a home, bought for an older person who he is just too energetic for. He's in Herts, so depends how far you are prepared to travel.


Hertfordshire is a bit far, it is over 12 hour drive for me and over 700 mile round trip. I don't think it would be fare on a new dog to travel that far with people he doesn't know.
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