Cuddly Lobo was found as stray in Tenerife, currently in foster in Spain.
He was brought to a rescue that is run by an English couple. Lobo was heavily matted, in a terrible state. He also walked with an odd gait.
The rescue took him in – cleaned him up, and took him to a vet to assess his gait. The diagnosis is that poor Lobo’s 1st vertebrae is out of sync, and this is causing a compression on his spinal cord. The vet feels that his condition can be managed with pain meds and anti-inflammatory meds and this will give his a happy full life.
Due to his age and condition, he will not find a home in Tenerife – so we were asked if we could help. Well, we love a fox terrier (who doesn’t!) – and we think he is a doll!
We will reassess his condition when he arrives to the UK. He is fine with other dogs (keeps to himself), loves people and is ready for his new life.
Lobo deserves to live his life in a wonderful home here where he can get the love and compassion he has lacked so far. Complete a TerrierSOSQuestionnaireMay2015 now!
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Percy Sledge is now in Norfolk and he is being assessed. Another dog abandoned in a perrera – petrified – we have taken him from there and he is moved to boarding kennels. He is male, approx 2 years old – a fox terrier or fox terrier cross. He has been described as timid, but delightful.
This is the delightful Hobo – he is currently in need of a new home. He is 3 years old and has come from a breeding kennel in France that was shut down.
He is currently living in the UK and has taken to domestic life with all paws! The new home will need to be terrier experienced and continue his training and have the time for him. He loves living with people and being part of a family.
He is a lively fun little dog that is affectionate and wants to live life to the full. He travels well and has been the perfect companion in the car. He is quick to learn and a typical bright but somewhat ‘deaf’ fox terrier! He will need help walking on lead – which we will discuss with any prospective home – we will only consider a home with a garden – he could live with another dog or dogs – but no cats!
He is fully vaccinated, microchipped and passported
Neutered, vaccinated, passported. Children: 10+ – not cats or small furries.
This is Diabolo – we were asked to help some dogs from a breeding kennel in France – they were downsizing and the dogs were surplus to requirement. So if we did not act fast – who knows where they would of ended up? We took 3 dogs – and this is one of them.
Diabolo is a fizzy drink in France – and we think it is an apt name for our Diabolo – he is fizzy – a full on Fox Terrier. He is always up for life – he likes to rearrange things, make his presence known, be in the middle of a scrum that he possibly started…A great boy, full of love and joy – but just the glint of naughty in his eyes. He is 7/8 years old and in fine health (he does have poor teeth) – he is a handsome boy and ready for his new home. Although he is ok with dogs – he would be better as an only dog as he really does like to be a true terrier and push buttons – he could live with a larger dog that would be able to live with that. No young children and no small furries.
Enor is part of the trio we’ve just taken on, she was born in July 2009, and so far, she has only known life in kennels as a breeding machine. She is getting ready to travel (arriving at the end of January 2016). We have been told she is lovely, but we will be able to tell you more once she is in our direct care.
As she is a former breeding dog, her new family must be prepared to put the work in to help her become a pet. She may not be house-trained, she may be scared by things we totally take for granted at home or outside. Are you the super duper family she deserves? Please get in touch via TerrierSOSQuestionnaireMay2015