Due to circumstances beyond my control I need to rehome my 12 month old Patterdale. Bettye is a very energetic and loving family pet, she is excitable and needs continual training. Bettye is great with other dogs and has been socialised from a pup, she is used to children but would not suit a family with young children as she likes to kiss and jump. I really don’t want to rehome her and so will not allow her to go to a home I feel is not suitable. She is up to date with all vaccines/ worming and is microchipped. I won’t to reiterate she is full of engery and if you don’t have the time to walk her regularly please don’t consider her as your companion.
18 month old black patterdale names Reggie needs rehoming. Unfortunately our patterdale is no longer getting on with our other dogs. He is a very loving boy with a LOT of energy. Ideally suited to be an only dog however has lived with others since 8 weeks. Is used to children over the age of five but can get very excitable. He is house trained and would benefit from being with someone who can give him their full attention and plenty of exercise very trainable dog.
RUBY is a 9yr old Patterdale terrier who is looking for an experienced home where there will be someone home for most of the time. She is good with other small dogs but will need a home without cats or other small furries. A home without children or visiting children will be best for her. She is an active girl & enjoys her walks & playtime, Ruby can be a little set in her ways & so she needs someone who will be firm but fair & lay down boundaries for her.
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