SKIP - SENIOR J/R 

15 years

Male

Small

Yes

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No children

Possibly

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MEET SKIP. ONE VERY SWEET NATURED, LOVING SENIOR JACK RUSSELL
We had a call of emergency on 11th December to see if we could help this senior gentleman. Sadly due to the death of Skip's owner he had nowhere to go. He sadly has been living in a Shed. Skip has previously lived with another female dog and we feel this would help him greatly. He isn't happy at present at being left so lots of company, attention and possibly a nice older female would be amazing. This is what this lovely senior is used to. At present Skip is living in a home with some friends of ours with lots of other dogs. He has been no trouble at all. At 15 years old he needs lots of love, cuddles, steady walks. He hates to be left alone and suffers some separation anxiety which is very understandable. He is very happy in the company of other dogs. Skip would love to potter and have a steady walk. Skip has been fully health checked with us and apart from slight arthritis he is very fit and healthy. He now has started his vaccines and a very special loving retirement home is needed as soon as possible.

THE HOME THIS GORGEOUS BOY NEEDS
Skip needs to be given time to settle into our care. He will need a couple of short walks a day and he loves to potter. Due to his gentle nature a quieter home with no children . This little lad is amazing. He has been through not only the trauma of losing his owner but also his canine companion. If you feel you can offer him a very loving home and a new start in a 5 star retirement home please do get in touch.
Please contact us at Good Life with information about yourself and the home you can offer Skip. Careful consideration is needed when committing to owning a dog. Responsible ownership is needed and an understanding of the costs and commitment is essential. Please consider our rescue dogs for adoption today. Many of them struggle terribly with being alone. We encourage adoption and invite anyone with misconceptions of rescue dogs to come and meet some very special dogs. We are very active and fly a flag high for the strays left behind at Yorkshire stray kennels. We welcome phone calls and applications regarding our adoption process and more details about yourself. It is important to match our rescue dogs with the right homes and make sure adopters and our hounds are very happy together.
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