Lakeland cross





Good with other dogs:

Good with children:

Good with cats:

Approx 6-8 Years




Yes (only dog)

Adult home


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Woolley came into our care from the stray kennels. He has suffered a difficult life and the bottom of his jaw is horrendously scarred. He has been used for a terrible cruel sport and endured so much pain in the past with an untreated injury. Woolley has missing teeth and gum. Despite this he is very loving and very comical. He came into care along with another dog named Muttley who was also in very poor condition. Woolley and Mutts had very matted hair and knots. They have now been groomed and look a million dollars as opposed to Shirley Temple lookalikes returning from a wind tunnel. Woolley is very friendly and does like to do a lap of his kennels when he sees you arrive with a harness. He is fit and active and really loves his long walks around the woodlands. We feel Woolley needs a terrier loving home as potentially the only dog. He has been no trouble when out walking when seeing other hounds however a home with centre stage would be perfect as the only dog. Woolley is approx 6-8 years old and has teeth that go in every direction. In the future a dental will be necessary that our charity can help support. Woolley needs a home and a very special human. Muttley is now adopted and Woolley needs to find the love of his life. We work hard to find Woolley a very loving and experienced forever home with lots of comforts.

Woolley now looks a million dollars and is in the search of a new home. He is very fussy and friendly and despite a horrific past life he is one happy and affectionate dog. He cannot live with small furries and could not be let off lead due to the fear of him ending up down holes in the woods and fields. We feel due to little history on this dogs past life a home with no other pets or young children would be ideal. We would love to find him an active home where people enjoy the outdoors and walking. Essentially a home with company and of course lots of comforts is precedence. Please get in touch if you feel you can offer our fella a well deserved new start. Woolley is now castrated, fully vaccinated, microchipped and treated for fleas and worms. All he needs now is a forever home and a very happy ever after. 
We have many dogs looking for a new forever home and so many dogs that are all deserving of a new start. We are dedicated to helping stray and abandoned dogs in Yorkshire. By adopting a dog from us you will be freeing up a much needed kennel for another stray dog needing a rescue place. Support is crucial to us and we are a small rescue. We are always passionate about the welfare of stray dogs in Yorkshire and our passion is what keeps us going. We have no staff at Good life and we exist with very little. We are always happy to answer any questions on our dogs and invite people to come and meet our homeless hounds via appointments. Good Life Dog Rescue are huge flag flyers for the Staffies. The stray kennels are bursting with these forgotten dogs who receive such bad publicity. Despite many misconceptions this breed is extremely loving, loyal and reliable. Contact us for any more details today and with information about yourself and your lifestyle. Fly a flag for the stray and abandoned staffies in Yorkshire and offer adoption support. Please click our adopt me button and fill in an online form. Calls are also welcome. Please remember to leave a voice message.
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