Rehoming by appointment

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Opal

I'm looking for a new home...

About Opal

Centre:
Breed:
Age:
8 and over
Sex:
Female

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To apply to rehome Opal, please click the ' Rehoming me starts here' button below. Applications will close when a suitable match has been found. Sweet old Opal is a gorgeous golden oldie who is seeking the perfect place to spend her twilight years. Having arrived with us through no fault of her own, Opal is a little bewildered by kennel life and is hopeful that she will soon find a loving new family. Opal has become a real fuss-monkey during her stay with us, and really human interaction. She is a very bright button who already knows 'sit', 'paw' and 'down' which she will readily show-off for a delicious reward. Opal will be a loyal companion once settled into her new home with lots of lovely home comforts and affection.

Type of home needed

Opal is seeking a lower level of physical exercise, and is a fairly low-maintenance girl who doesn't demand much at all. She is a dream to walk on the lead and settles nicely when back on her comfy bed. Opal's family should have some breed knowledge, or be willing to learn all about sharpeis prior to adopting her. She has lived in a home before and has remained fully housetrained during her stay with us. Travelling in the car is no problem for Opal, and she could live in an urban or a rural area. Due to her age, Opal is seeking a home where all of her things could be all on one floor where she will not have to use stairs on a frequent basis for toilet breaks or nap times.

More about me

Opal is seeking an adult-only home due to being precious over her resources, and will also need to be the only pet in the home for the same reason. Visitors to the home will need to be introduced in a careful way as Opal can be a bit aloof and worried by new people. She can be left on her own for an hour or so at a time to begin with, which could be extended as she settles in. A good understanding of the medical issues associated to Opal's breed will be important for anyone looking to adopt her.

 

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Thank you for your interest in rehoming a dog from Dogs Trust Evesham in Worcestershire.

The first step to rehoming from us is to complete our online application form. We’ll review your application and if we think you could be a good match for the dog, we’ll give you a call to chat in more detail.

When reviewing applications, we're looking at how closely your lifestyle matches the needs of the dog. If we have lots of strong matches, then we'll start with the family that applied first.

We may arrange a virtual home check to find out more about you, your lifestyle, and the home you can offer. We may also make an appointment for you to come and meet a dog at the centre.

Start your online application now.

We aim to respond to all rehoming applications within five working days. If you have not heard from us within five working days, unfortunately you have been unsuccessful this time.

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Location

Dogs Trust Evesham
89 Pitcher’s Hill
Wickhamford
Evesham

WR11 7RT

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Opening times

Visits to the centre are by pre-booked appointment only.

Contact

0303 003 0000

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