|19th January 2016||#1|
Real Name: Deborah
Join Date: Jan 2013
Herbie ~ young lurcher (around 14 months old)
Rescue organisation name: Evesham Greyhound and Lurcher Rescue
Rescue contact details/website address: www.lurcher.org.uk
Does the animal have rescue back up?: yes
Number of animals: 1
Reason for rehoming:
Temperament: loving,sociable, bouncy
Medical problems: None
Has the animal been assessed: yes
Is transport available:
Can the group be split (if applicable):
Other information (optional):
Herbie is in a EGLR foster home and has settled very well. the reports from his home are that he travels well in the car, is house-trained & really enjoys his meals.
Herbie loves his walks (but his recall needs a little work) and after a walk, run in the garden or having played with his toys Herbie goes into typical Lurcher mode ~ that is curled up on the sofa (if possible)to have a good snooze.
This little lad is happy to be left for a few hours & loves nothing more than to lie with his head & paws over the top of the armchair, looking out of the window, so that he is ready to greet you on your return. Herbie would really need to live with another dog as this will give him someone to play with and snuggle up to.
This young boy is not cat friendly therfore we are looking for a home without any small furries. He can also be very bouncy at times so we feel he would be better suited to a home with children over the age of 10 who will not be so worried by his playful character.
If you think you could offer this handsome & loving boy a forever home then please give Pip or Linda a call.
Weekdays after 5pm
Weekends if available
|20th January 2016||#2|
RHU Team (admin)
Real Name: Jo
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: YO16 East Yorkshire
RHU Cases: 8
If you'd like to enquire about adopting any of the animals listed here please contact the rescues direct (a link to their website or other contact details should be in the listing) or feel free to register an account on the forum and post on the thread.
Please mention 'Rescue Helpers Unite' when contacting rescues. Thanks!
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