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BUTTON MAISIE - JR
Good with dogs:
Good with children:
Good with cats:
Approx 2 Years
Part of adoption
BUTTON (MAISIE) ARRIVED IN OUR CARE AS A STRAY WITH BOW. SHE IS GORGEOUS, LOVING AND PLAYFUL
This little Jack Russell arrived into our care with her friend Bow. Bow is a Pomeranian who we feel is slightly older than Button (Now Maisie). After weeks in out care and little interest we managed to find this couple a foster home with the Nicholls family. They literally have thrived. Maisie Button is playful, busy and lively and a typical Jack Russell. She loves attention enjoys company and can be a little vocal out on her walks around other dogs. Bow is the same howner tis is easily defused and not an episode of dogs behaving badly by no means. Maisie is very happy now however is also an escape artist possibly why her foster mum has two collars on her. This lady is loving, active playful. She has had some interest however she is not a doddery old dog and will need n active home. We feel Maisie and Bow could live apart as they have different needs and Bow can sometimes be possessive of affectionate sharing. This said we will still consider a home with room for two!
THE HOME BUTTON MAISIE NEEDS
Maisie needs ideally an active home where someone has time for throwing a ball and playtimes. We feel she could potentially live with another nice natured male dog that loves to play and would be comfortable with her energy levels. Maisie Button needs a n adopter that love the cheeky side of Jack Russells and have some understanding of their characteristics. Maisie needs an enclosed garden as she can be an escape artist. A home whwre she will not be as a lonely dog all day is perfect. This lady love company. Jack Russells are fab little live wires and people adore them. Active homes are ideally suited and someone who loves to go off walking an exploring would be superb for Maisie. More details are available via our foster people and we welcome applications.
Due to the sheer volume of stray dogs now needing help our charity is running behind with admin. Our main priority is for the daily exercise and welfare of the dogs in our care. We thank people for their patience and kind words of support. Our charity exists with no staff so time is always very precious and we are work extremely late hours to maintain our small rescue. We are now seeing an increase in stray dogs, cruelty and shocking abandonment and neglect. We remain here for the dogs with no voice and an uncertain future. We are working hard to accommodate many neglected dogs. Support and kindness towards our voluntary organisation is greatly appreciated.
CAN YOU OFFER A RESCUE DOG A NEW START?
Many dogs are abandoned or have to find a new home through no fault of their own. Most of Good Life Dogs come into care as unwanted strays, some through the death of their owner or a change in owners circumstances where they can no longer care for their dog. Whatever the reasons we always have many many dogs all looking for a new start. We help a huge volume of Staffies and bull breeds from local pounds who are always the very last to be adopted and we help huge amount of senior dogs. Please consider adopting before buying. Kennel life is solitary for most of the day. Are you that special person to open your heart and home to a rescue dog? Contact us for more details of dogs needing homes at Good Life Dog Rescue.
HOME CHECKS AND VET REFERENCES IF POSSIBLE ARE NEEDED PRIOR ANY ADOPTION OF OUR RESCUE DOGS. THANK YOU.
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