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JACOB

Jacob is 2 year old male Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog Cross, he came to us after his owner sadly passed away. He loves nothing more than cuddles on the sofa and watching TV. He adores his owners and becomes very bonded to those he knows and trusts. He loves a game of football too. He is great in the home and okay when left alone. Jacob loves his walks but needs to be walked somewhere quiet and secluded as he does need work on the lead as he isn’t keen on other dogs, he is quite a strong boy so a strong owner is a must. He needs a home with someone who has experience of large breeds and someone who has the time to dedicate to training him, the home must be pet free and child free, a firm patient owner who is willing to work with him as he just needs the right guidance as he is a big overgrown pup who has had no boundaries set in his short life. He is very responsive to food and toys so with the right owner he will respond well, he is very typical of the bulldog breed, he isn’t keen on anyone going near his food when he is eating and can be quite head strong.

Please contact us to discuss further if you are interested in offering him a home


BLAKE

The extremely handsome Blake is now looking for his forever home. *Please read ALL of his write up before enquiring!*
Blake is an 18 month old Neapolitan Mastiff cross Cane Corso. He arrived with us 4 months ago, but upon examination it was obvious there was a serious issue with his back hip. Sadly xrays confirmed that his hip was completely out of the socket and he will need a total hip replacement. Blake was booked in for this op but sadly he began limping and needed a cruciate ligament op on the opposite leg! So instead of his hip op Blake had his cruciate operated on instead. He has recovered extremely well from this and is now walking comfortably, but he does still need his hip replacement and although not urgent at the moment it is something we need to get organised within the next 12 months. So it is extremely important that his new home are 100% committed to his recovery after the op and are able to bring him to our vets in Liverpool to have his op done y the specialist. We will go through the details of this with any potential adopter. So now a bit about Blake and his personality!
Blake is an extremely BIG and powerful boy, he is quite a doofus and will not fail to make you smile! He will need a home with someone who are experienced with large mastiff breeds and have the time to socialise him. He loves playing and he would play fetch all day long. Likes hard un-chewable toys, soft teddy’s, slippers! Likes finding treats hidden around the lounge too. He will need a home with children over 12 as he is such a big boy and about of a bulldozer who has absolutely no concept of how big he is.
He is fine when left alone in the house, he may have a bit of a bark at first but settles down. He has full run of the house and chooses to sleep on the sofa, he takes himself to bed around 10–11 pm and snores like a train! He is very inquisitive- he has very good eyesight and doesn’t miss a trick. He pulls on the lead & is very powerful, he is slowly getting better, now that he’s allowed to go walkies again after his cruciate op, he needs someone strong & willing to train again, he’s an excited puppy! Blake can be a bit protective over his food bit this has settled down, he needs to know the rules and boundaries of the house and it needs to be nipped in the bud now due to his size. Blake is not good with small animals and has a high prey drive. He will bark at other dogs on walks so needs a dog free home and possibly socialisation classes as he has missed out on this in the past.
Blake is currently being fostered in Holywell.

DOGS NEEDING HOMES

Not Available For Adoption Yet
ROCCO

Rocco is a mastiff cross who came to us last year, when he arrived with us he was a big daft lovable boy who loved his walks and loved everyone he met. But sadly when adopted into his new home, he displayed issues towards new people and came back to us, sadly he has returned a different dog, he is now reactive to other dogs, all traffic, bikes, people, pretty much everything outside of the home. Rocco has now moved to a behavioural rehabilitation center for intense training and will not be available for adoption for quite some time but we know he can be turned around and be the happy boy he used to be