BANJO - Very loving Patterdale crossbreed

Age:

Gender:

Size:

Neutered:

Good with other dogs:

Good with children:

Good with cats:

11Years

Male

Small/Medium

Part of adoption

Yes

Adult home

Unknown

BANJO - 11 YEAR OLD LITTLE PATTERDALE CROSS
Banjo has been in our care since before Christmas. He is very loving and sadly came to us as an emergency. Due to Banjo's owner becoming very ill and being rushed into hospital as an emergency there was nowhere for Banjo to go. Banjo's elderly owner had no family and Banjo was everything to him. Due to Banjo's owner being ill for some time Banjo didn't get the walks he so desperately needed. This little dog misses his owner and his owner also misses his companion terribly. we would love to find this little dog a new start so we can make a sad gentleman very happy. Due to the elderly gentleman now unable to care fro Banjo the sad decision has been made to rehome him. Banjo loves his walks and run about in a very large enclosed field. He would suit a retired person who loves walking and also who has an enclosed garden. Banjo will benefit from having access to a garden so someone can let him out often to keep on top of his toileting. At 11 years old we appeal for a new start for Banjo and a lifelong companion. He is a very special little fella deserving of a new start as soon as possible.
WHAT HOME DO I NEED?
Banjo need a home where someone can offer lots of company and people time. He loves walks and exercise and would benefit from a home where he has access to a garden on a regular basis. Banjo has a mild heart murmur which causes him no problems at all. He loves a 
fuss and also loves his toys. Banjo has been good with other dogs and has previously lived with two huskies in his younger years. He was the boss we are told. We feel he would be happiest as an only dog with a retired couple or a retired individual that would love a companion for walks and garden potters. Life is too short and these special dogs bring so much joy. Lonely pensioners need not be. We have some special oldies needing a life of love and luxury.

Good Life Dog Rescue exists completely on a very small volunteer basis. We pay no wages and work very hard to help many stray and abandoned dogs. We welcome phone calls and emails to discuss any of our dogs. Please remember to leave a contact number. We are huge flag flyers for the Staffy breed and also help many senior dogs in very difficult emergency situations. Due to misconceptions and bad press rescue dogs are often overlooked and struggle to find a home. They are loving, reliable, loyal and have a larger than life personality that can brighten the dullest day. We always welcomely visitors to meet our dogs. Please send details of yourself to show any interest. We welcome calls and visitors by appointments. Please click on the dot me button and fill in an application if you fill Banjo is the senior gentleman for you.
We are dedicated to finding the right dog for adopters. We are always happy for any visitors to the kennels where we board our dogs. It is important we match our dogs with people lifestyles. We help a huge amount of stray dogs find a new start from Yorkshire stray kennels and actively visit the pounds every week. Anyone wishing to discuss any dogs or needing more information about our charity and any dogs needing homes then please telephone for an informal chat or fill in an application form via our adopt button on this page.
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