Rascal | Siberian Husky Cross | Manchester - 1
Rascal | Siberian Husky Cross | Manchester - 3
Rascal | Siberian Husky Cross | Manchester - 5


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May live with
Primary & Secondary school age children.

Are you right for Rascal?

Rascal would be an amazing addition to any home where he’s able to stretch his paws and receive all the fuss and cuddles he deserves. He will need to be the only dog in the home however he could live with small furries/birds if kept separated. With his friendly nature he can happily live with children 8+ but he must be adults only to walk and kept on lead, due to his reactivity around dogs. Rascal loves his walks but will be looking to have access to quiet walks in his new home, away from lots of dogs, he will though happily jump in the car to go on these adventures. He will also need a secure garden to run around and stretch his legs, this can be communal though if not shared with other dogs. As Rascal has been uncomfortable being left for long periods of time, he will also need a home with minimal leaving hours that can be built up slowly following advice from the centre.

Is Rascal right for you?

Meet Rascal! He is a very sweet, senior gentleman who wants nothing more than to experience some home comforts. He may be 12 years old but don’t let his age fool you. This cheeky chap still has bags of personality, that really does shine when you give him the chance. Rascal is an extremely intelligent boy who will happily show off a trick or two for a nibble of some chicken, as long as you haven't caught him during his afternoon nap. He also loves going on adventures and you can find him most of the time waiting in the car ready to go somewhere new, whether that’s a hike in the winter or a paddle in the summer.

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If we haven’t found the right match, we’ll continue the search together

If we haven’t found the right dog for you within three months, we’ll let you know your application is closed. We’ll invite you to apply again so we have up-to-date information about you, and we’ll keep looking.

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