|Approx Age:||4 years|Feed me today with a £1 donation
|Experience?||Suitable with dogs||Suitable with cats||Suitable with children?||Minimum fence height||Suitable to be left||Experience?|
|Experienced dog owner required||No - he needs to be the only pet in the home.||No - he needs to be the only pet in the home.||Adult only home needed||4 feet||Up to an hour please.||Ideally single person with experience with guarding behaviour|
Little Wilfred is a cheery little chap who came to us after his owner and best friend sadly passed away, leaving him with no one to care for him. We think they had been together most of the time as Wilfred adores human company and doesn`t want to be away from you.
He`s a lovely boy, he enjoys his walks and playtime and he especially loves a fuss and a cuddle but once he bonds with you, he absolutely adores you and you have a friend for life!
Wilfred is looking for a lifestyle similar to his perevious one. He is happiest being a companion dog to a single person who is at home the majority of the time. Although he doesn`t seem to mind other dogs when out and about, he isn`t used to sharing his home or resources at all and can be a little protective at times, so he would rather have them all to himself - just like he is used to.
This little chap is looking for a special home where he just has one person to give him the undived attention he needs and help build his confidence and social skills. We will offer and adopter support to help Wilfred settle in.
Could you offer little Wilfred a fresh start and a new life? He`s a little cracker!
You can find out if Wilfred is the right dog for you by filling in a compatibility form. After completing this form our staff will check that Wilfred suits your lifestyle, setup and preferences and contact you to discuss their findings and, if a match does seem likely, your options should you wish to pursue adoption.
If you have submitted a compatibility form and are awaiting our response before travelling to the Centre, please call the Centre on 0114 2898050
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