Flynn loves games, he has learned how to play fetch. He loves a game of chase too, nothing better than a run around the garden with someone running after him. He loves to play with anything, including ropes, balls, teddies and cushions.
Once he's tired out he loves relaxing in front of the fire on his bed with a teddy in his mouth. He'll always have a snooze there too.
Flynn is a really loving boy who loves lots of cuddles and being wrapped in people's arms. He shows lots of love to his family and always returns love given him.
Flynn is very protective of the house, if the bell rings he runs to the door barking and jumping on the door. If people are in the house he will bark out in the back garden the whole time.
Flynn loves going for walks and has no problems putting on leads or haltis etc. He loves an investigation on walks, sniffing all around him but Flynn doesn't like other dogs and will react to them hen he sees them...even at a distance until they go out of sight.
Whilst Flynn has shown not to like other dogs, be protective of the home and does need to be taught some lessons in acceptable etiquette he is an adorable, loving and playful boy who will love his owners unconditionally. Flynn has not been around children before and will only be rehomed with children over 12.
If you would like to offer this loving boy a place in your heart and home then please get in touch with the rescue for an interest form.
This is the adorable Ben who is currently looking for his loving forever home.
Ben has been in foster with the rescue for approx 5 weeks now and is a real sweetheart.
We were asked to help Ben after his owner could no longer have him; he had been in a boarding kennels for three months prior to him coming to us.
During is time with us he has had a growth removed above his eye (which has been given the all clear), been neutered and had an ongoing eye condition treated and we're delighted to say that he has now been given a full bill of health by the vets which includes his eye condition which shouldn't need any further treatment other than daily cleaning. This means that we can finally start properly looking for his forever home.
Ben has been in foster with another Kerry and has shown no signs of aggression. He's also been great when doggy visitors have come round to pay him a visit.
Ben does pull on the lead a bit but the fosters are working on this and having spent so much time in boarding kennels in the last few years he occasionally forgets where he should go to the toilet but he is eager to please and learning quickly.
Ben is a really loving boy who loves a cuddle and loves to play with both dog and people alike. Once he's had his play he's loves to lie down and chill out with you or the resident dog. Ben has also been great with the fosters grandchildren.
If you're interested in giving beautiful Ben the loving forever home he deserves then please get in touch with us for an interest form.
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