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George - 8 Month old Chi X
« on: May 13, 2017, 16:58:17 PM »

Breed - Crossbreed (we're told Chihuahua X Lurcher - Male
Age - 8 months
Dog Friendly - Yes
Cat Friendly - Yes 
People Friendly - Yes
Child Friendly - Yes, aged 5+ in line with our adoption conditions
House Trained - Yes mostly
Neutered - Will be before rehoming
Microchipped - TBA
Vaccinated - Yes
Fostered - Swansea Area

The minimum adoption donation for George is £165.

As George is still a youngster he will require a home where someone is around the majority of the time.  As with all young dogs, he will benefit from attending training/socialisation classes, please research classes in your area ahead of adoption.

He will also need a secure garden with 6ft fencing.

George is currently undergoing a 14 day assessment and will be ready for rehoming from 27/5/2017.  Applications are welcome from now.

Please put in an application in the first instance if you are interested in George. Approved applications will be home checked.

Details of our adoption procedures/requirements, adoption application form and Privacy Policy are here http://forum.fourpawsanimalrescue.org.uk/index.php/board,21.0.html

George has only just moved into foster so his foster carer is getting to know him but so far, although he's a little bit worried getting used to his new surroundings, he's shown that he's a lovely affectionate boy, he loves his walks & belly rubs.  His foster carer will update more as she gets to know him.
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Re: George - 8 Month old Chi X
« Reply #1 on: May 13, 2017, 17:30:10 PM »
Oh goodness, what a gorgeous boy - just look at those fabulous ears!  :-*
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