5 dogs at Waggy Tails Rescue in need of new homes
Dogs are man’s best friend, as the saying goes, so perhaps one of these sweet pooches could be your new BFF.
Currently being taken care of by Waggy Tails Rescue in Wimborne, these five dogs are all seeking their forever home.
If you are considering inviting a new four-legged friend into your home, adopting one is a great idea for lots of reasons.
For example, by rescuing a dog you will be matched to your perfect pup who will be the right fit with your family and lifestyle. You will also be supporting a charity and, of course, you will be offering your love to a doggy in need.
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Breed: Labrador Cross
Age: 1 year
Henry is initially quite shy until he gets to know you. He has not had much input, so will need training and lots of mental stimulation.
He is not able to live with cats and is wary of children of all ages. He is learning to play and likes a ball but tends not to give it back unless bribed with a treat.
For information on how to adopt Henry, visit the Waggy Tails Rescue website.
Breed: Terrier Cross
Age: 10 months
Robbie is quite shy and timid when he meets you, so needs time to feel comfortable with new people.
He has not had a great start in life so needs a patient, experienced owner, who will allow him to come out in his own time. Once he is happy he enjoys a cuddle.
He enjoys walking with other dogs but lacks a few manners when greeting them. He will need ongoing training to help him develop into a well-rounded dog.
For information on how to adopt Robbie, visit the Waggy Tails Rescue website.
Breed: British Bulldog
Age: 6 months
Eva has not had a great start in life so has lots of catching up to do.
She is an affectionate girl once she knows you but is a little timid to start with.
For information on how to adopt Eva, visit the Waggy Tails Rescue website.
Breed: Miniature Dachshund
Age: 18 months
Bernie is a very busy boy, who is timid and shy when he first meets you.
He gets on well with other dogs and likes walking in a group.
For information on how to adopt Bernie, visit the Waggy Tails Rescue website.
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Breed: Miniature Poodle
Age: 13 years
Roxy is a friendly girl who loves the company of humans and gets on well with other dogs.
She is looking for a quiet home.
For information on how to adopt Roxy, visit the Waggy Tails Rescue website.