Below is Ollie. They are in need of a new home. Please visit the shelter's website to view their requirements and advice before contacting to rehome.
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Cute as a button and looking for a loving home!
Ollie can be wary of new people, but once he gets to know you, he loves nothing more than a cuddle! He came to us from an adult-only household and was handed in due to having difficulty coping around the newborn so going forward we would be looking to rehome Ollie to a home with no young children. He has never lived with another dog but is said to have had many dog friends in the past however, we don’t know how Ollie would react to cats. He is an active wee dog that is the perfect walking buddy due to being excellent on lead. Ollie is housetrained and is a good boy in the car.
Ollie was sadly handed in for rehoming because he wasn’t coping with the newborn in the home.
Ollie can be nervous when meeting people for the first time. He has struggled with guests visiting in his previous home and is therefore looking for a quiet home with few visitors. Ollie was handed in due to his uneasiness around a newborn, thus we are looking for a home with no young children. He has never lived with another dog but socialises well so he may be able to have a canine companion in his new home if the match is right. Ollie loves his walks and would prefer an active owner who will take him on adventures.
If you'd like to help rehome Ollie simply complete the Homefinder Questionnaire to get started.
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