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Please take very careful consideration when considering rehoming. Visit the shelter's website and check their guidance and criteria to ensure you meet them.

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Francois at Phoenix French Bulldog Rescue

A Male Brindle French Bulldog who is age Just over 2yrs

Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets Not Good With Dogs

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Pet Location: Scotland and UK

**** FRANCOIS IS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION ****
Where are we finding so many absolutely stunning dogs??
Here is another, and what a handsome lad he is too. Francois is just over 2 years old, castrated and not much of a doggy fan. Ideally, we need Francois to be an only dog, with no cats, in a home with older children only - sudden, loud noises scare him, which is strange considering what a chunk he is! That can be children playing, a noisy road, anything that may startle him. He likes to have someone around in the home and enjoys cuddles and quiet time.
He does pull a little on the lead and so needs someone able to spend time with him continuing his basic training but they will be very well rewarded by this lovely lad.
Applications are still open for this lovely boy.

Francois Adoption Form

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Pootle at Phoenix French Bulldog Rescue

A Male Black French Bulldog who is age 8/9 weeks

Good With Children Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Pet Location: Scotland and UK

PLEASE read ALL of this post carefully as we will be looking very carefully at all applications and considering each one on its merits, but those that don't fulfil the required criteria will not be considered.

Pootle is now around 8/9 weeks old and has had his first vaccination, his 2nd will happen next week and he will need the final one once he goes to his Forever Home, obviously funded by Phoenix. He will also need to have his right eye monitored as he has a small growth on it. It is getting slightly bigger but even when adopted Phoenix will commit to having this rectified. He must be at least 4/5 months old before this can be done, preferably older, and it is simply a cyst/skin-tag type growth so causes him no pain or discomfort. The adopter will commit to having him castrated at their cost once he is over a year old, but not sooner.

So, about Pootle: he is still being house-trained and will occasionally use puppy-pads, when he remembers, but if a pair of paws are on the pad he is happy to pee .... even if the important part of him is off the pad! He is crate-trained and although he sometimes whinges for a couple of minutes, he soon goes off to sleep at night. He MUST be re-homed with at least one other dog, he needs buddies to play with and lacks confidence when alone. They need to be patient as his teeth are VERY sharp! You have seen his updates and heard of his shenanigans in the time that he has been with me. He loves to cuddle and does have his little routine, but above all he is a puppy, a proper puppy. He needs to learn to wear a collar, walk on a lead, toilet outside, everything a puppy needs. He came to us as a very sick little pooch, looking very run-down, and our focus has been to fix him and make him as bomb-proof as possible for the outside world. Families are of course welcome to apply, as long as small children accept very sharp teeth and manners that are still developing, but the main focus is doggy pals and the wherewithal to understand the needs of a puppy. Full support will be given, as always.

If you would like to apply for Pootle:

1. Complete an Adoption Application form that can be found on this page in the 'files' tab at the top left on the FB page, under adoption on the webpage or from your RC . Before doing this please make sure that you fulfil the criteria required and read the Adoption Guidelines thoroughly - also available as stated.
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2. Once completed with as much detail as possible please email or post your form to your Regional Coordinator. They will inform you if you meet the required criteria before passing the form to the Management Team for consideration. The most likely candidates for each dog being adopted will then receive a home visit after which a decision will be taken and announced here. No names will be given out publicly. Remember, sell yourselves! Tell us why YOUR home is best for this pooch!

3. All dogs entering adoption are subject to a 2 week 'trial period' for the family and the dog to decide if they like each other. The Adoption Fee is only payable after this time - details of this fee can be found on the Adoption Guidelines, please ensure you have read them thoroughly and understand what is expected of you, and that you can afford to take on a rescue dog, not just the fee, but the living costs too.

4. We are sorry but due to volume of applications that we receive for our dogs it is not possible to contact each unsuccessful applicant personally. Please watch this page for updates or contact your Regional Coordinator for an update if you are concerned.

Payment plans are not available.

All Phoenix Rescue Dogs have 5 weeks free insurance on completion of Adoption contracts.

**** APPLICATIONS FOR POOTLE WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL CLOSE OF PLAY TUESDAY 3RD OCTOBER, AFTER WHICH THE CHECKING PROCESS WILL BEGIN AND NO FURTHER APPLICATIONS

Medical Needs: Growth on eye to be monitored

Pootle Adoption Form

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Boxer Welfare Scotland
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Dog Aid Society of Scotland
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Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre
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Edinburgh Cat Protection League
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Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home
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Fairly Beloved Rabbit Care
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Fife Rottweiler Rescue
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German Shepherd Rescue Scotland
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Greyhound Awareness League
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Greyhound Rescue Fife
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Huskies in Need
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KWK9 Rescue
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Labrador Retriever Rescue Scotland
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PADS - Perthshire Abandoned Dogs Society
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Paws2Rescue
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Pet Fostering Service Scotland
(visit their website)

Phoenix French Bulldog Rescue
(visit their website)

Saints Sled Dog Rescue
(visit their website)

Save A Staffie Scotland
(visit their website)

Scottish Dalmatian Welfare
(visit their website)

Scottish Greyhound Sanctuary
(visit their website)

Scottish Staffordshire Bull Terrier Rescue
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Second Chance Kennels
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Second Chances German Shepherd Rescue
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Staffie Smiles Rescue
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Staffordshire Rescue Scotland
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Sunny Harbour Cat & Kitten Rescue
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The New Arc
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Underheugh Ark Rescue
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West Scotland Retired Greyhound Trust
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