Our New Homes 2019

Here are some of the Cairn Terriers re-homed in 2019.

Here is where we will showcase some of the Cairn Terriers re-homed in 2019. We wish them all the best of luck for their futures in their forever homes.


Scruff – rehomed in February, 2019

Scruff’s owners could no longer meet his needs due to health issues so advertised him on the Internet. The C.T.R.F. stepped in and asked if they wanted our help in finding him a suitable home.
Fortunately they did and John, our Trustee had someone waiting for a dog just like Scruff who has now gone to them on the usual month’s trial.

We thank Scruff’s family for giving him a new home and wish them all well.


Tigger (8th February 2019):

Tigger needed a new home through no fault of his own but had to be assessed before he went to his forever home. He went to stay with John, our Trustee, for a few days.

John had someone waiting for a dog just like Tigger so he never made it onto Facebook or our website. Tigger was adopted today and his new owner is over the moon with him.

CTRF would like to thank Tigger’s previous owners for letting us find a new home for him and also his new family for adopting him. We wish Tigger and his new family all the best for their future together.


Update on Bobby (4th February 2019):

Bobby has settled in really well but he did have an issue with other dogs who dared to walk on his new patch and wasn’t afraid to tell them all about it.

CTRF arranged for a behaviourist to pay him a visit and now Bobby has got all the information he needs to lick his new owners into shape.
He just wishes that the only coat in the pet shop in his size wasn’t pink. 

Thank you to John our Trustee for this great update and photographs of Bobby in his new home (top two are the latest pictures).

Update on Bobby (4th January 2019):

Bobby has now gone to his new home on the usual one month trial.  We would like to thank all those who enquired about him.

Bobby (2nd January 2019):

Bobby is a five year old Cairn Terrier looking for a new home. He must be rehomed in North Wales.

He is a lively little chap who has no vices unless you include trying to lick you to death! He would suit young retirees who like walking as he has been used to a lot of company (though he can be left on his own when necessary). He’s not keen on cats and likes to be the centre of attention.

His family are emigrating and sadly can’t take him with them.

For more information, please contact our Trustee John Francis:

Telephone: 01257 270 079 or Mobile 07766 168 869

Email: johnfrncs5@aol.com

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