If you are interested in rehoming one of the adorable rehomed Kerry's below then please email the rescue for an interest form on firstname.lastname@example.org
Age: 5.5 years old
Reason for Rehoming: Behavioural/change in personal circumstances
Details: Dolly is a stunning and adorable girl who is very loving and loyal to her resident family. Sadly she has started to fight with the other resident Kerry in the family and has been known to nip people. Dolly won't be rehomed with young children as a result of this and also must be dog free but she will make an amazing companion to the right experienced family.
Age: 7 years old
Reason for Rehoming: Change in circumstances
Details: Elsie is a real love in so many ways and loves her cuddles and to play. She is good with older children but is not good with other dogs. Elsie has also lost a number of teeth and has to have her food softened.
Reason for Rehoming: Behavioural
Details: Floyd was rehomed by the rescue in April 2017 but sadly this hasn't worked out. Floyd isn't keen on other dogs. Most of the time in the home he is incredibly loving and a joy to have but he is incredibly protective of the family and house which makes having visitors an issue. Floyd needs an experienced terrier owner.
Woody is a nine year old male Kerry blue who was a rehomed Kerry nearly 8 years ago and has had a lovely and loved life since but sadly through a really heartbraking set of circumstances is currently looking for another loving forever home. He is currently in foster with the rescue in the UK.
Woody is a strong willed, loyal dog, very affectionate and handsome boy who loves people and children. In typical Kerry fashion he can be selective with other dogs however he does have a few friends where he walks. He is comfortable wearing a muzzle if needed when walked.
Woody loves his toys and enjoys the resident grandson throwing them for him. He especially loves bubbles being blown jumping up and eating them making the grandson laugh. He is especially sneaky at night getting in his own bed then the family finding him at the foot of their bed. He doesn't like the postman putting letters through the letter box and has been known to rip up the post.
He has lost two of his front top teeth due to trauma, when a British Bulldog was running loose around the streets and Woody was on his lead there was an altercation and confrontation and bashed his teeth on the dogs head .
If you would like to offer Woody a loving place in your hearts and home then please email the rescue at email@example.com for an interest form.