Freddie seeks home with four-legged female friend
Dogs Trust Newbury rehoming appeal
Arriving at the Newbury rehoming centre as a stray, Freddie is an adorable 18-month-old Terrier Cross who needs time to get to know you, but once he’s comfortable, his cheeky side really comes out! Freddie gains confidence from the presence of calm, female pooches and would love to share his home with one.
Nicki Barrow, Rehoming Centre Manager at Dogs Trust Newbury, said:
“Freddie is a great little dog who is bursting with charm and character – he just needs the right family to help show him that the world isn’t a scary place. Freddie is looking for a home with a calm, small, female dog to help boost his confidence and show him the ropes. He’d benefit from continued training and socialisation in his new home as he settles in.
“Freddie needs his adopters to be around for the majority of the day, building up any time left alone, as he loves human company. He’d like an adult-only home and could potentially live with older, sensible teenagers, although we don’t know if it’s friend or foe with cats or small furries yet! This cheeky chappie has a lot of potential and will thrive in the ‘pawfect’ home.”
If you’re interested in giving Freddie a second chance at happiness, please contact Dogs Trust Newbury on 0300 303 0292 or visit www.dogstrust.org.uk. The charity is located at Plumb’s Farm, Hamstead Marshall, Newbury, RG20 0HR.
Dogs Trust also has a charity shop situated at 47 Northbrook Street, Newbury. Open Monday to Saturday 9am to 5pm, all those wanting to donate items are asked to drop them off during opening hours. All money raised through the shop goes towards funding Dogs Trust’s work across the country. You can reach the shop on 01635 38509.