JAX Adorable Collie cross German Shepherd
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JAX - GORGEOUS COLLIE CROSS SHEPHERD
Jax has come back into our care having been in his home for 10 months. Jax was adopted at the start of this year. Due to a change in working hours for his family Jax is now being left for longer hours and is suffering from terrible separation anxiety. SadlyJax is a very unhappy boy and yet again finds himself back in kennels and an unwanted dog. This boy is not only extremely beautiful he is very very loving and friendly. Originally Jax was a dog who was left waiting at a Yorkshire Stray pound after his elderly owner passed away and there was nobody to take him. Jax remained in stray kennels for some time and on one of our regular visits we fell in love. We adored Jax all those months ago and we still adore him now. Jax is good with other dogs and is a bigger boy. He has never lived in a home with other dogs or children. He walks fine on his lead and absolutely loves company and going on some outside adventures. Jax doesn't Tavel well in a car and finds it quite stressful. Kennels are no place for older dogs and as the colder weather sets in we desperately appeal for some senior boys desperate for the warmth and comforts that only a home can bring.
THE HOME JAX NEEDS
Our stunning boy is looking for a home with lots of company and where he will not be left. We know this a a big ask however due to separation anxiety Jax can be destructive when stressed. Dogs that suffer from his often do so after a trauma of abandonment. The fear of being without humans and company is very distressing for them. This is understandable after all this amazing dog has been through in the last year. Jax is very loving and friendly with people and accepting of other dogs. We do feel due to him never living with children or other pets it is possibly the easiest to rehome him with what he has always been used to. We will not dismiss homes with other dogs but due to Jax being a big fella a home without small children is preferred. Jax is gorgeous and one very handsome and loving senior dog albeit very unhappy at present. He has had it tough for a while and we are hoping with the help of a new home and an understanding dedicated owner his forever pastures new and serious love match is out there. Can you change Jax's life for the better?
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 Staffy cross 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. Rehoming can be slow and there are many dogs that long to find a loving home and have waited too long in kennels. 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. Email us about yourself or contact us for an informal chat on 07843 151819.