Meet Henry, he’s 7 years old and currently lives with Buster the staffy who is also up for adoption.
Henry is looking for a new home, due to a chance in family circumstances. He hasn’t lived with cats nor small children but thats not to say he can’t live with children – just not that this current owner knows of it.
Older children would be fine I’m sure.
Henry loves to walk and play and to get on the settee and curl up.
He is still in a home environment with his family and Rain Rescue are helping them to rehome him.
Should you be interested in offering this chunky chappie a new home, please complete the pre adoption form below, and then we will put you in touch with the owner and we can see if things work out from there.
This dog receives our PREMIUM Re-homing Package and has a rehoming fee of £180.00. This includes:
- Veterinary Health Check
- Fully vaccinated
- Flea and Wormed treatment (worth £6.00)
- 4 weeks FREE insurance from PETPLAN
- Microchipped registered to you (worth £20.00)
- Help and assistance from us for the first 4 weeks
- Blue Snuggle Harness (worth £20.00)
- Company of Animals Double Ended lead (worth £10.00)
- Safe new collar (worth £5.00)
- Bag of Pedigree Vital complete (£6.99)
- 2 tins of Pedigree Chum (worth £1.25).
We will contact you to chat about if this dog is right for you or you can call 07725 888207
We do not have many hard and fast rules, taking each on a case by case suitability. Our goal is to get a dog into the right home, where it will be loved and remain for the rest of its days and we spend a lot of time making sure this is right.
All donations and rehoming fees goes towards the total running costs of the charity for it to survive.
Should this dog be unsafe and/or totally unsuitable for your situation, i.e. fights with a resident dog or constantly chasing the cat, showing aggressive tendencies that were not seen or known about at the time of re-homing we will exchange the dog with another suitable dog within the first month. We do not give refunds for dog re homing.
Most dogs cost us much more than we ask for in re-homing fees and the charity has thousands of pounds worth of vet fees every year.