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BOB - Handsome Wire haired Collie Lurcher

Age:

Gender:

Size:

Neutered:

Good with other dogs:

Good with children:

Good with cats:

Approx 3 years

Male

Medium/Large

Part of adoption

No

Adult home

No

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MEET BOB - COLLIE WIRE HAIRED LURCHER (ADVERTISED ON BEHALF OF KENNELS)
This handsome dog is possibly a Hancock Lurcher. He is very handsome and a wire haired Collie cross Greyhound. He is extremely handsome and a tad bit sad at the moment. Bob has arrived into kennels as a stray dog. Although Bob is friendly with people he is not a fan of other dogs. He is a larger dog who enjoys a fuss and attention from people. Sadly Bob also has a few sores on his legs so has not had the best life or been kept in great conditions. Bob loves his walks and does walk very well. He enjoys his woodland adventures and loves to be out and about. Sadly as with all lurchers that arrive as stray dogs they have often been used for working. Bob is now looking for a dedicated experienced sighthound home and human that understand he cannot be let off lead. We feel Bob will be very happy once back in home comforts and he will need a rescue adopter that will allow him the time to adjust. CAN YOU HELP. BOB IS ADVERTISED FOR KENNELS. HE NEEDS A NEW HOME. 

THE HOME BOB NEEDS - ARE YOU HIS SPECIAL SOMEONE?
Bob is looking for an adult home with sighthound experience. He is friendly with people however needs a pet free home. Lurchers are often lazy so after a walk they are pleased to chill, snooze and laze about. Bob arrived as a stray so a preferred home is one with some experience of Lurchers. He could not be let off lead and responsible ownership is essential. PLEASE CALL FOR MORE DETAILS OR SEND IN AN APPLICATION FORM. THANK YOU. We are always happy to discuss dogs fro adoption and match people with the right rescue dog.

Rescue dogs have often suffered difficult lives and some from of trauma. We ask people to consider the huge commitment and lifestyle change of owning and adopting a dog. Dogs need time to settle back into a home. This can be an immediate thing or take at least four to five weeks. If you are dedicated and understand that all rescue dogs need time to adjust then we would love to hear from you. Rescue flag flyers step this way please.

Good Life dog Rescue is run entirely without Staff. We exists with few volunteers and all our efforts are made to raise funds to support stray dogs in need in Yorkshire. We are dedicated to the welfare of abandoned dogs and help many find the good life and a brighter future. Support is everything to us please adopt a rescue dog and consider the homeless dogs in Yorkshire. We help many homeless hounds and fly a flag high for the dogs who have no voice. These dogs are often the last to find a home or a rescue place. If you feel you are the home for Dixie then please be in touch and fill in an online application. We welcome phone calls. Please leave a contact number so we are able to return your call. More details about the home you can offer is essential for adoption of the rescue dogs. We work hard to match humans and hounds so a happy life can be had together for both.
 
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