Sam (formerly Prince) – update 29th October 2015:
Further news on Sam (formerly Prince) – he is settling well in sunny Bognor Regis – he had an appointment with the vet today – a lovely lady called Claire. He has to have his two upper canines removed as they are both chipped – other than that he is in good condition.
He had a bus ride today too, I was a little concerned about his reaction but he was as good as gold, just sitting on my lap taking everything in.
Update 17th October 2015:
Prince is now reserved and we hope that all goes well for him in his new home.
Prince is in need of a new home (16th October 2015)
Prince is a 6 year old un-neutered male Cairn who is looking for a forever home. He is presently living with his owners in the Oldham area. Due to his owners work commitments they feel that it isnt fair on him, as they no longer have the time to walk him or be with him etc., and they will be devastated when they part with him, but they realise its in his best interests. He is micro chipped, and is up to date with his vaccinations, worm and flea treatment.
Prince has been with his owners since he was just 10 weeks old and he has been a very healthy dog and much loved dog, and still is. He is very good on walks and after the initial excitement he settles down and is content to keep quite close to his owners.
If given the chance he will chase cats and birds. He does get excited when he his meeting people/dogs on his walks, but is very calm most of the time.
He has lived with children and is described as being good with them. He his house trained, lead trained and is good in the car. He is used to sleeping on his own bed in his owners bedroom!!!
He has never shared his home with other animals, so were not sure how he would react with another dog, and would prefer that he goes to a home without other pets except perhaps for a female (spayed) dog. Ideally he would suit someone who is still able to take him walks regularly.
If you think you would like to give Prince a forever home then please contact:-
Chris Roberts ~ Tel: 01283 712498 or email: [email protected]