Henry – WFT

Henry – Wire Fox Terrier


Henry is a wonderful fox terrier – he is about 5 years old –  he came into rescue after the Puppy Mill he was born into – was closed.  Henry had only known life in this Mill before he came to us.  He came with two kennel mates – both have been rehomed and have settled to life as a pet.  Henry was rehomed but sadly it did not work out.  

He is a wonderful dog and flourished in foster care.  His foster carer said:  

He is the most adorable puppy in a 4 year olds body I know! Since becoming part of the family he has experienced grass between his paws, strokes from friendly hands, cuddles (he loves those), the beach, car journeys (not so keen on those) and a whole host of other things. He is so willing to learn and please and nothing is better than seeing the wag of his tail.’

Henry went to his new home – where unfortunately things moved too fast for him.  He found the adjustment difficult and became stressed.  So it was felt it is better we find a home that can take things slower for him.  
Henry will need a home that is based in the South East.  We have a Behaviourist working with Henry and we would expect any new family to continue to work with the Behaviourist so that Henry gets the support he needs.  We have a plan in place for him, and will discuss further with interested applicants.  
The new family will need to have the time and patience for Henry and let him settle at his pace.  Also as Henry does not enjoy extended car journeys – you would be a family that does not travel often.  
Henry has benefited from being with larger dogs, he can be a bit overboard with smaller dogs.  So he could live with a larger , calm dog.  No young children and no small furries

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Henry needs a terrier-experienced home that is calm with good routines.   Could you offer Henry the fab home he deserves? Please read with all important FAQ Page & download the TerrierSOSQuestionnaire2017

He is neutered and vaccinated. No cats or small furries, no children under 10 in the household.