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Monty is a rescue from Cyprus, who has flown to the UK to find his forever home. He is currently living in our kennels in Atherstone to allow you to come meet him and see for yourself what a lovely chap he is. Here is a little about him:
Monty is a genuine, loving dog who enjoys being out and about on his walks. He loves human attention and affection. He walks well on his lead.
Monty gets on well with all people, adults and children. Monty flew to the UK with his sister Jess. They have been through so much together that we would love. if possible, to find them a home together. They really would be a ready-made doggy family. Monty is looking for a home with a safe and secure garden, a comfy bed and perhaps space beside you on the sofa?
He is full of fun and quickly learning his basic training. He adores treats and rewards so we have no doubt that with patience and kind handling he will become an amazing companion.
If you are interested in this loving, adorable, boy, please contact us. We have no doubt that he will make his forever family very happy.
He has been vaccinated, neutered and microchipped.
The minimum adoption donation for Monty is £300. However, if he and his sister Jess are adopted together the minimum adoption donation will be £550.
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