Good with other dogs:

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Good with cats:

7 Years





Adult home needed


Kaleb is one very sad boy. He has now been in kennels for over 18 months with brief spell in a home. Kaleb came into care a long time ago after his owner became terminally ill. He is very loving and loves his walks. He adores bing in company but desperately needs one to one home and owner. He loves fuss and a cuddle however his owner needs to know that this can at times be on Kalebs terms. Caleb is only 7 years old and the last few years have taking it's toll on Kalebs demeanour. He will be happiest is a quiet home with company, a garden to play in and essentially a one to one arrangement with someone who has owner confident breeds before. Kaleb needs to be an only pet in the home as he doesn't get along with other dogs. Kaleb is vaccinated and has been castrated. He is a very special appeal and is a very loving Stafford. Please read the home he needs. Are you that special Stafford loving home for Kaleb?
Kaleb is a special appeal on behalf of another kennels. He has waited and waited for a new home but sadly due to needing a special home and a one to one human he is still waiting. Kaleb needs an experienced home and owner. He needs company for most of the day as finds life tough if left alone for long hours. He loves his walks and does like life on his terms. He needs a quieter home that is calm where he can be left in peace and allowed time to settle. Kaleb will bond quickly with a human and any potential adopter will need to meet him on a few occasions. Kaleb is confident and likes life on his terms. Someone that understands this and will not put him under added pressures is essential. Surely I must be Kalebs time to shine? Two years in kennels is far too long for any dog. Home comforts and freedom, lots of TLC and a new start is needed. Call for more detail. Kaleb cannot be rehomed with children or other pets.
It is important we match our dogs with people lifestyles. We help a huge amount of stray dogs from Yorkshire pounds. Kaleb is sadly just one of many homeless dogs in our rescue care. 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. Good Life Dog Rescue exists without staff and few dedicated, passionate volunteers. Please support through adoption. Harry would make a very special addition to a loving active home.
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