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FREDDY

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Freddy had a very rough start to life, being badly beaten as a young puppy before being rescued by RSPCA Inspectors.


Following surgery and a course of hydrotherapy, Freddy made an amazing recovery and his previous injury currently has no impact on his mobility or activity levels.  He may benefit from further hydrotherapy as he ages.


Given Freddy’s appalling start in life, he has made an amazing recovery, both physically and emotionally.  Freddy was fortunate to be placed in a foster home with a highly experienced volunteer foster carer, so has lived in a home environment from a young age where he has learnt basic training, house training and how to interact with other dogs within the family.


Not surprisingly, Freddy’s experience has left him a little wary around some strangers, and introductions to new people need to be taken slowly.


We are looking for an experienced owner who is able to see potential in this young, excitable boy. You will need to put time into training him using reward based methods and will need to follow the instructions and guidance given in his training plan to manage his environment and new experiences. We are looking for a quiet home environment with an active owner to give Freddy the chance he deserves to be in a permanent, loving home.


It could be possible for Freddy to live with other dogs, as he has four friends at his current foster home. We’re looking for a child-free home, not because he has an issue with children but because he needs a calm stable environment and gradual introductions to new people, which is less easy to achieve in a busy family home.


Freddy is a very playful dog that loves toys, especially his ball. He will chase and retrieve any toy you throw and happily give it back to you. With the right training Freddy has the potential to learn so much more, he already responds to his name on recall as well as being able to sit and give his paw.


If you think you are the right person for Freddy, can give him the time, attention and training required please contact us via email – admin@rspca-whs.org.uk with a completed perfect match form from our website.


Why I'm special

I am a special appeal dog because I've been waiting for a forever home for far too long. I live with my Foster carer and she looks after me very well, but I can't stay there forever and need to move to a permanent home of my own to start my new life.

I love to play with my ball and I really focus well when you have one, I try my best to be well behaved but because of my traumatic past some things such as meeting new people can upset me. This is why I need help, I would love an understanding new owner who can help me cope with this and work with me so I cope better with new people and new experiences.

I can't understand why I haven’t got a home yet, I just want to be somebody's new best friend that I can love and we can grow together.

My personality

  • I know how to sit (and lots of other commands too!)
  • I'd prefer an adult only household
  • I can be left alone for short periods
  • I may be able to live with another dog
  • I'd prefer not to live with a cat
  • I'm always on the go
  • I love toys and games

About Me

Breed: Staffordshire Bull Terrier crossbreed
Colour: Brindle White
Age: 2 Years (approx)
Ref: 3727

Contact the centre or branch about me:

Warrington, Halton & St Helens Animal Centre

Slutchers Lane
WARRINGTON
Bank Quay
WA1 1NA

01925 632944

By appointment only

This establishment is run by RSPCA Warrington, Halton & St Helens Branch

About Me

Breed: Staffordshire Bull Terrier crossbreed
Colour: Brindle White
Age: 2 Years (approx)
Ref: 3727
 
 
 

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