My Name Is… Barney
I Am… 3 years old (4 in May)
I Am… A Jack Russell X Chihuahua
Can I be rehomed with other dogs? No
Can I be rehomed with cats? No
Can I be rehomed with children? Over 12 Years
I am looking for… A foster or forever home
Barney has come from a well loved home and has been in this home since he was a puppy. Due to unforseen circumstances he is now looking for a new home.
Barney is an anxious little boy and has always been nervous since he was a puppy. In his current home where he is comfortable and feels safe, Barney is very loving and affectionate, he loves to be a lap dog too!
He prefers the company of older children, but would prefer to have less fuss until he has gotten to know his new family.
Barney is nervous and wary of meeting new people, prosepctive adopters will need to meet Barney several times before rehoming to make the transition easier for him. Initially Barney will bark at new strangers and cab ne more wary of meeting men. With people he has known for longer periods of time Barney is absolutely fine. Barney’s adopted family will need to take it slow with visitors entering the home initially to ensure than Barney is comfortable.
He doesn’t like having much change to his routine and wouldn’t suit a home where he would need to go on boarding kennels/a dog sitters home/family or friends home when his new owners go on holiday. His current home have spent weeks in the past helping Barney get used to a friends home before going away for the weekend.
In the home, Barney is happy to be left for short, reasonable periods of time.
Barney would love a home where he can be the centre of someone’s world and have lots of cuddles and belly rubs! He will attach to his caregiver and never leave thier side!
MY TEMPERAMENT WITH OTHER DOGS
Due to past experiences, Barney is very anxious around other dogs, especially larger dogs. He is walked in areas where all dogs must be kept on leads to avoid face to face interactions which make Barney very nervous.
TYPE OF HOME NEEDED
I am looking for:
- A pet free home
- A quiet and calm home who are willing to meet be several times before rehoming to help me settle
- A home where children are older
- A home that are happy to keep me on lead and walk me in quieter, less dog populated areas.
AM I ELIGIBLE TO APPLY IN THE CURRENT COVID PANDEMIC?
Please have a read through on the following link to see how we are working and the current restrictions that we have in place for applicants. https://staffieandstrayrescue.co.uk/news/information-on-how-we-are-working-through-the-coronavirus-pandemic
Please contact the rescue if you can offer Barney forever home.
Home checks, Vet checks and Adoption fees apply.
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Do you have a home for Barney?
We are looking for foster families and adoptive families. We do ask foster homes to be within an hour’s drive of Bournemouth as the dogs in foster use our local vets and foster homes will be required to bring the foster dog back to us for any medical treatments.
We rehome to adoptive families within a 2 hour driving radius of Bournemouth. A home check and a vet check is required, with a £200 adoption fee, which contributes partially to kennel fees, vaccinations, microchipping, spay/neutering, flea/worming treatment and other veterinary costs. This adoption fee will contribute to the care of all our dogs.
We have a thorough rehoming programme to prepare you and your dog for each other. We also offer help and support for you both in the future. Learn about responsible ownership or contact us if you have any questions.
If you are considering fostering or permanently rehoming a dog, then please print off and complete one of the forms below:
Please note: We only rehome within a 2 hour driving radius of the Bournemouth area and do not place dogs in homes with children under the age of 6.
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