Some dogs who arrive at the SCPA are lucky. They are young, pretty, handsome, white or light coloured and no sooner have we put then on our website / facebook page and they are adopted.
They however are the minority.
Today another litter of pups arrived which means that we have a LOT of puppies. It also means that older pups like Bridou and Nemo who were small and cute when they arrived but are now in the ‘leggy’ stage, are much less likely to be adopted. And we have quite a few in the same situation.
Both of these pups are missing out on vital socialisation and that is why we HATE seeing pups growing up behind bars.
Young pups need to be in a family, being carefully introduced to other people, animals and places, not stuck in a noisy hot kennel.
Bridou arrived in April when he was 4 months old. He’s a really great pup who we have mixed with other gentle dogs. He’s calm for a pup and loves his walks and playtime in the park. He will need a family who will commit to training and exercising him so he has the very best of chances at being a well mannered dog who you could take anywhere.
Nemo arrived in May and is now 8 months old. He is a lovely deep brown colour and has very waggy body language. Like Bridou, he too will need an active training minded home, but will be a great loyal companion.
If you could offer either of these doggies a home then please do get in touch and come along and meet them. You wont be disappointed!