Scooty – RESERVED

Update 27/04/2019

Scooty

9 Years Young Female

Lab Cross

Scooty is a really great girl but she has had no interest at all, we are at a loss as she is the easiest girl going.  She would like new owners who are around quite a bit but she is happy to be left after she has had a walk and will happily snooze until you return.  She is good with cats and has previously lived with them and been great friends, Scooty is happy for them to cuddle up with her and bed share.

She does need to be the only dog in the house and any children teenagers and over, Scooty does not feel comfortable around small people so if there are visiting grandchildren periodically Scooty would need her own spot away from them whilst visiting.   She can be choosey with dogs out and about so she is normally walked on lead in dog populated areas but does go off lead when safe to do so.

Scooty travels well in the car, is clean in the house and truly is a cracking girl.  If you cannot adopt then please do share her details as we really do want this girl to find her forever home, its so sad that she should be enjoying her retirement years with loving owners and instead she gets overlooked.  Lets all share Scooty!

She has been neutered, vaccinated and micro chipped and is up to date with flea and worming treatment.  Scooty is currently being fostered in Beckenham Kent.

To register your interest in re homing and to be considered for adoption, please complete the application form below.  Home checks and set donations apply. If you have NOT received a reply to your application/email within 48 hours please email info@prodogsdirect.org.uk to confirm receipt. We DO reply to all emails we receive.

 

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Scooty

9 Years Young

Female Crossbreed

 

Scooty was re-homed by us as a pup and has come back to us through no fault of her own.  She is an active girl who would adore her own humans who will spend time with her and let her enjoy life.

Scooty is a medium sized girl, approximately 25KG, tan colour, short haired, crossbreed possibly part terrier. She is fine with cats and could be re homed with them.

Scooty can be quite bossy with other dogs so would probably be best re homed as an only dog, it may be that she could live with another dog but it would need to be the right match and would be dependent on successful meetings between dogs

She enjoys her walks and has settled improved on the lead, she doesn’t have good recall and is currently not let off lead unless in a secured area. Her garden will also need to be secure as she will make a bid for freedom if she finds any gaps in fencing or areas of weakness.

Scooty is clean indoors and is happy to sleep downstairs without any problems. Scooty is nervous of fireworks and gunfire, she is ok if she has human company when they are going off but will panic if she is left alone during firework season.

Scooty would like new owners who are around for most of the day and a home with older teenagers only as she is not comfortable around younger children. She has been neutered and is up to date with her vaccinations and flea and worming treatment.

She is currently being fostered in Beckenham Kent.