My Name is… Timmy
I am… 4 Years Old
I am … Male
I am… Staffie x Hungarian Wiesler
I come from… The Pound
Can I be rehomed with other dogs? No
Can I be rehomed with cats? No
Can I be rehomed with children? Older, over 10 years
Timmy came into the pound alongside his dad (See Bentley on our listings for dogs needing homes)
Together they have been in 3 different pounds over the last year due to their owner becoming ill. Since being in kennels for so long, the two boys no longer get on and have been separated.
We are urgently looking for someone to come forward and help Timmy. After a year in kennels he is getting increasingly distressed. He loves being in the company of humans and is looking for a quiet home to settle into.
TYPE OF HOME NEEDED
As Timmy has come from the pound, we know very little about him and are therefore urgently looking for a pet free home for him.
He would like a quiet home where he can begin to rebuild his confidence again.
Timmy is a large dog so an experienced dog owner who is used to bigger breeds is preferable.
Please contact the rescue if you can help.
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Do you have a home for Timmy?
We are looking for potential fosterers/adopters within 2 hour driving radius of the Bournemouth area. A home check will be required and adoption fees (£180) apply.
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.
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Please note: We only rehome in the Dorset and Hampshire area and do not place dogs in homes with children under the age of 6.
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Other ways to help
If you can’t offer a home there are still loads of ways to help our dogs.