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Dave at Phoenix French Bulldog Rescue

A Male Blue French Bulldog who is age 3 years

Not Good With Children Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Pet Location: Scotland and UK

**** DAVE IS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION ****
Many of you have followed Dave's antics over the past few weeks and he has been a joy to watch as he has developed his personality, learned that a grumble wont mean he gets his own way (never bitten, just a trier!) but that being a good lad and learning fast is the very best way to lots of fuss and cuddles - and he loves all that fuss and cuddles.
This was the last report from his fosterers:
"Hey you mad Frenchie lot, Dave here. You haven't seen me lately cause I've been keeping everyone on their toes and being an itchy little Baloo bear! Ask Mom.
Anyways my progress is leaps and bounds and literally now too as I have a little brother!! 😍😍😍
I have showed progress with the vets but I'm still not a fan and like to grumble, they smell funny and this one time one put his finger right up my bum 😖 so can you blame me?
I am totally fine with everyone else now even little people to under strict supervision, as long as I'm told they are okay. We had one stay for a few days and he threw me a few bananas, it was great! 🍌🍌 I love bananas.
I still bark at big doggies but am getting better and finally with my lil brother I can show my play skills. I know it's been said I am a drama queen but I also make a good nanny. I am teaching my little brother house manners and I like to guide him lots, learnt that from my foster hoomans.
Ps. I made a cat friend at nanny's, cats are okay we just sit and stare at each other.
Lots of love Dave xxx
Make no mistake though that Dave will probably relapse initially in his Forever Home back to the dog that is fearful, watchful and can appear aggressive to the untrained eye - but it is just a show and will be very brief He went from a 'don't come near me, I am not sure about you' type of dog to a 'hello!!!! Love me!!!' lunatic within less than a week, but he needs to be understood and given the correct boundaries to be a truly beautiful boy. His foster-carers are absolutely smitten but are not in a position to offer him the longer-term home he needs and deserves, but they also work with many of our Problem Children, so we need them too. Dave currently lives with Helsing and just wants to play with him - Dave NEEDS a buddy to play with - but Helsing doesn't want to play, is leading Dave astray and needs some one-to-one work on his own manners!
Dave is castrated and around 3 years old, very clean in the house and will have a diary for his new home offering lots and lots of advice, and we are always on hand for support too.
He would prefer for Dave to be in a child-free environment as he hasn't lived with them, but a canine buddy is essential. He is indifferent to cats - and chickens too! In fact one of his pals is a chicken. Dave loves walks, but clean ones - he doesn't do mud and so a coastal home would be fab for this picky lad - he can do sand, it is cleaner!
If you feel you are experienced enough to know a Frenchie mutter from a Frenchie growl, and you can ignore the bad and praise the good, if you have a Frenchie who can play with Dave and make him happy then do please consider making an application - before Helsing gets him in real trouble (he already broke into the chicken pen - more to come on him later!)
If you would like to apply for Dave:
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.
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 DAVE WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL CLOSE OF PLAY SUNDAY 5th NOVEMBER, AFTER WHICH THE CHECKING PROCESS WILL BEGIN AND NO FURTHER APPLICATIONS WILL BE TAKEN. ****
Carla Lacey - Available and/or news

Dave Adoption Form

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Cushing at Phoenix French Bulldog Rescue

A Male White French Bulldog who is age 6

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

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Pet Location: Scotland and UK

Please put 'Cushing' into the 'search this group' box on the FB page to find out just how much has already been said about Cushing already.
Yes, he is a lad with problems and so I decided that the only way to find out more about him, so that I could write his post honestly, would be to meet him. I met his foster-mum on neutral ground in a services car park (yes, I WILL be arrested one day!), in the freezing cold last week. I approached him exactly as everyone meeting him must do for the first time: don't look at him, ignore him and let him do his thing. I chatted with his foster Mum, chatted AT him, we just walked and talked. He was totally disinterested in me. We walked back to my car and I opened the tail gate to sit in it. He jumped in beside me! I continued to ignore him. Eventually I was able to speak to him, get a paw, ask him to sit - all for treats. But I could not touch him. The part that amused me most during our 45 minute interaction was when, on several occasions, I completely ignored him as he was barking for attention beside me and so I turned away from him. He jumped out of the car and started to roll around on his back in front of us - 'look at me, look at me!' Still ignored him until he sat when asked, he got a treat. We did have one small altercation which very likely pushed him further than I should have done - I moved my hand to get a treat from a large bag beside him, and he reacted to my hand - this is his thing, hands/being touched terrifies him. I continued to the bag, away from him, but he was very upset and continued to lunge and nose at my hand. BUT, at NO TIME did he bite me. He pushes - it is fear, purely and simply, get it away, move it, don't touch me. He sounded as though he was mauling me and the look on his foster-Mum's face said that she thought I was being mauled too! I moved away, he pulled back, sat and took a treat, instantly calm. It would be very easy to misunderstand this lad, and whoever takes him on will have our fullest support, but this is why his next home must be THE home. He is showing strong attachment to his foster Mum who can now do anything with him but cannot keep him, and so we need to start working him in his own home to achieve this.
So what does Cushing need? Patience, space and time. Take him home, get on with your chores, go for a walk, just nothing in his space until he allows it, and then very, very gradually. Feet, legs, bodies, these don't rouble him, it s hands coming towards him. Almost ignore him. He is nervous, scared, but wants affection and cuddles (and is very good at them) but needs just a few days. He likes other dogs, ladies preferably (he is castrated) and we would prefer at least one other to give him some comfort and confidence. Only much older children though as he is so easily startled just now and needs time. He is not cat tested.
The last thing we want to do is to set Cushing up for a fall. I found that even within my brief 45 minutes with him we had made friends - I still couldn't touch him but could see it would come easily - and I also saw the clown that wants to be loved. I also saw the bluster and bravado for being exactly that, but it has been founded in reality and must be respected.
Think carefully about Cushing and his issues - he is definitely not an aggressive dog but his fear makes you think he could be, as he wants you to, but ignore him, walk away with the treats in your hand, ungiven, and he is utterly flabbergasted! He is not for the feint of heart, but when understood and left to get over things, relax a little, he is a different dog. He is a very biddable lad, and his foster-Mum has proved that. He will reward any patient human ten-fold. Oh, and he has one brown eye and one blue eye ...
If you would like to apply for Cushing:
1. Complete an Adoption Application form that can be found on this page in the 'files' tab at the top left or downloaded from the website. Before doing this please make sure that you fulfil the criteria required and read the Adoption Guidelines thoroughly - also in the files tab and available on the website.
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.
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.
Payment plans are not available and fees will be payable prior to our Christmas closure on Friday 15th December.
All Phoenix Rescue Dogs have 5 weeks free insurance on completion of Adoption contracts.
**** APPLICATIONS FOR CUSHING WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL CLOSE OF PLAY SUNDAY 26TH NOVEMBER, AFTER WHICH THE CHECKING PROCESS WILL BEGIN AND NO FURTHER APPLICATIONS WILL BE TAKEN. ****

Cushing Adoption Form

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Helsing at Phoenix French Bulldog Rescue

A Male Black French Bulldog who is age 5-6 years

Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Pet Location: Scotland and UK

**** HELSING IS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION ****
I have been umming and arring a while trying to write this post because you see, I am more of a dog person than a cat person. But Helsing is more of a cat than a dog! He is our very first cat-dog, truly a breed on its own and with a very odd attitude.
Yes human, you may fuss me now .... oh wait, no, I have had enough now, I shall walk away with a superior air. Yes, I don't mind playing with Dave (dog) now - no wait, I have changed my mind, I shall bite him. Dave, let's go in the garden ... go on Dave, I will open the chicken coop so you can go harass the hens, go on Dave! Who me?? No, it was Dave. Hey, Dave, you know you are not allowed in that room, well I can open the door! Go on, off you go, you know you want to ... I will just stay here. Nope, it wasn't me.
See? Pretty cat-like really? AND he curls his front paws under themselves when he is sleeping! So if you like cats - which incidentally Helsing doesn't, except for chasing - then he could be the perfect combo-dog for you! h, and he likes to lick windows with his rather out-sized tongue ....
Canine games are to be entirely on his terms so he really would benefit from being with an older, larger, calm dog - he loved strutting around with a very gentle GSD as his body-guard recently! If he gets fed up with a game he will just bite the dog concerned - that could be a very serious issue, except has has no teeth .... well, he does, but he wore then all down as a youngster chewing on very hard things too often. he is 5 years old, closer to 6 so although he is lively lad when it suits him, and very healthy too, he is over the manic days of his youth.
Helsing does actually adore children and is very gentle around them having lived with a young family. He is not keen to be left alone so would benefit from a family who wanted to take him with them on their adventures, and where there is someone home for most of the time.
He is a very quirky little dog, and not necessarily your regular Frenchie, but certainly a character!
If you would like to apply for Helsing:
1. Complete an Adoption Application form that can be found on this page in the 'files' tab at the top left or downloaded from the website. Before doing this please make sure that you fulfil the criteria required and read the Adoption Guidelines thoroughly - also in the files tab and available on the website.
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.
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.
Payment plans are not available and fees will be payable prior to our Christmas closure on Friday 15th December.
All Phoenix Rescue Dogs have 5 weeks free insurance on completion of Adoption contracts.
**** APPLICATIONS FOR HELSING WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL CLOSE OF PLAY WEDNESDAY 29TH NOVEMBER, AFTER WHICH THE CHECKING PROCESS WILL BEGIN AND NO FURTHER APPLICATIONS WILL BE TAKEN. ****
Carla Lacey - available and/or news

Helsing Adoption Form

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Ember at Phoenix French Bulldog Rescue

A Female Pied French Bulldog who is age 6 years

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

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Pet Location: Scotland and UK

Ember is a very sweet little, pied lady, 6 years young and LOVES life! She was surrendered to us as hating other dogs, tolerant of cats and adoring towards children - only 2 out of 3 are correct as she clearly tolerated HER cat, but not any others ..... Her family have left the country and this is why she has come to us.
Ember is very keen on children and ball pits, with and without children in those ball pits too (see pictures) and we have had SO many pictures of her having a completely fabulous time in there. She also likes to sit up, rather like a little bear cub, very sweet indeed.
Unfortunately, Ember cannot stay with her foster family because as much as they have fallen for her, they also love their cat. She still needs some training with her reactivity to dogs when out and about but is the most joyous little soul at home. She will also need to be spayed once in her new home and we will obviously commit to that.
if you have a family but no other dogs or cats, nor any intention of getting any other dogs or cats, you want a pooch who will make you smile and laugh daily, then Ember is the one for you. She very much needs to get settled in time for Santa Paws.
If you would like to apply for Ember:
1. Complete an Adoption Application form that can be found on this page in the 'files' tab at the top left or downloaded from the website. Before doing this please make sure that you fulfil the criteria required and read the Adoption Guidelines thoroughly - also in the files tab and available on the website.
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.
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.
Payment plans are not available and fees will be payable prior to our Christmas closure on Friday 15th December.
All Phoenix Rescue Dogs have 5 weeks free insurance on completion of Adoption contracts.
**** APPLICATIONS FOR EMBER WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL CLOSE OF PLAY WEDNESDAY 29TH NOVEMBER, AFTER WHICH THE CHECKING PROCESS WILL BEGIN AND NO FURTHER APPLICATIONS WILL BE TAKEN. ****

Ember Adoption Form

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Wednesday at Phoenix French Bulldog Rescue

A Female Fawn French Bulldog who is age 5 years

Good With Children Not Good With Other Pets Good With Dogs

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Pet Location: Scotland and UK

**** WEDNESDAY IS AVAILABLE FOR ADOPTION ****
Wednesday is another middle-aged lady at 5 years young, but she also enjoys life to the full. She is rather confused as to whether or not she likes other dogs and so cant live with one unless it is MUCH bigger, older(ish), calm and patient. And if another dog were in the equation we would need an experienced owner with the ability to separate for a gradual and safe introduction. When out on the lead she will sometimes pull and lunge at other dogs, sometimes completely ignore them. Walks had become difficult in her previous home and this will now need to be gently and gradually addressed.
Wednesday had also never lived with her own children until foster; lots visited and she liked them, and she has very much enjoyed the ones in her foster home, and so children around 7+ and dog savvy would be perfect for her. No cats though, sorry. She loves to play with her toys and equally enjoys a nice cuddle, very much the true Frenchie.
It was a sad medical condition that brought Wednesday to us from her owner, who has loved and cherished her since a pup, but is not able to look after her any more. She needed to know that this pretty little thing would continue to be safe and loved when she couldn't.. She is a wee bit adorable actually, and she too deserves her place at a Christmas Table (metaphorically speaking!) for this Christmas and many more to come.
If you would like to hang up a Christmas Stocking for Wednesday:
1. Complete an Adoption Application form that can be found on this page in the 'files' tab at the top left or downloaded from the website. Before doing this please make sure that you fulfil the criteria required and read the Adoption Guidelines
thoroughly - also in the files tab and available on the website.
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.
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.
Payment plans are not available and fees will be payable prior to our Christmas closure on Friday 15th December.
All Phoenix Rescue Dogs have 5 weeks free insurance on completion of Adoption contracts.
**** APPLICATIONS FOR WEDNESDAY WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL CLOSE OF PLAY WEDNESDAY 29TH NOVEMBER, AFTER WHICH THE CHECKING PROCESS WILL BEGIN AND NO FURTHER APPLICATIONS WILL BE TAKEN. ****

Wednesday Adoption Form

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Dog Aid Society of Scotland
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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
(visit their website)

Greyhound Awareness League
(visit their website)

Greyhound Rescue Fife
(visit their website)

Huskies in Need
(visit their website)

KWK9 Rescue
(visit their website)

Labrador Retriever Rescue Scotland
(visit their website)

PADS - Perthshire Abandoned Dogs Society
(visit their website)

Paws2Rescue
(visit their website)

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
(visit their website)

Second Chance Kennels
(visit their website)

Second Chances German Shepherd Rescue
(visit their website)

Staffie Smiles Rescue
(visit their website)

Staffordshire Rescue Scotland
(visit their website)

Sunny Harbour Cat & Kitten Rescue
(visit their website)

The New Arc
(visit their website)

Underheugh Ark Rescue
(visit their website)

West Scotland Retired Greyhound Trust
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