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WINSTON - Bull breed/Rottie

Age:

Gender:

Size:

Neutered:

Good with other dogs:

Good with children:

Good with cats:

5 Years

Male

Medium / Large

Yes

Yes (only dog home)

Older children

Unknown

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MEET WINSTON - GORGEOUS BULL BREED CROSS ROTTIE. NOW LOOKING FOR LOVE
Winston is a big goofball of a dog. He is super affectionate, lively and very very happy. He loves people and has come into our care yet again as a stray dog. Winston has so much love to give and needs an active home that love to go walking. This boy loves the woodlands. He has mixed quite well on his distance walks around other dogs however he can occasionally be a tad excitable around some dogs. Winston has walked well with our calmer and more chilled out dogs. He is a big handsome boy with so much to give. He owns a smile from ear to here and is always happy to meet people. Winston is adorable and so very loving and friendly and although we have no history on him we would love to find him a rescue flag flying home that will dedicated time and patience into some lead training and extra socialising. If you feel our big handsome goofball is for you then please read on.

THE HOME THIS GORGEOUS BOY NEEDS
Winston is super friendly, happy and loving. He will benefit from some training and possibly a human that is willing to take him on some group classes. Time dedicated is so worth it. Patience, love and interactions for rescue dogs goes a long way. Winston is young and a larger breed of possibly Stafford Cross Rottie. We prefer to rehome him as an only dog and would rehome him with older children. We do not rehome our rescue dogs with babies or very small children as they are all from local stray kennels. We have no previous history on our dogs and ensure they find a human love match. It is essential that people are committed. Owning a dog is a lifetime commitment and not to be taken lightly. If you have a loving home and are a rescue supporters we would love to hear from you.

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.

We help many stray and abandoned dogs in Yorkshire from the local stray kennels. We are very active in the work we do and the welfare of strays dogs in the UK and mainly Yorkshire is of the utmost importance to us. We survive on very little funds and no staff, yet help many dogs and in particularly dogs in need of veterinary help and Staffies who are often left behind in the stray kennels.It is important we match our dogs with people lifestyles. We help a huge amount of stray dogs and the majority are bull breeds due to flying a flag for the stray kennels in Yorkshire. Anyone wishing to discuss any dogs or needing more information about our charity and the work we do then please telephone for an informal chat or email us via our adopt button on this page with details about yourself and the dog you are enquiring about. Lifestyle details are important when considering adoption. All our rescue dogs have different needs so please read details. Good Life Dog Rescue exists without staff and few dedicated, passionate volunteer walkers. One person is responsible for vet runs, visits to the stray kennels and all aspects of admin including the website, applications and FB. Lots of walking is done by everyone at Good Life to ensure all our dogs are happy. Their welfare every day is crucial to us. Please be patient when applying for dogs as we are always extremely busy and cannot come back to people's applications in record speed and during the daytime due to time spent with the dogs. Patience and kindness is appreciated. Please support adoption. 
 
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