Two little Charlies would love a home
We have lots of smaller dogs in for rehoming this week, including the two Charlies and Hank.
Hank looks like he has Papillion in him. He is coming up for four years old. The first year of Hank’s life is a bit of an unknown but since then he has been in a home. He has a few issues with meeting people for the first time but as he loves his treats (his waist line proves that) he comes round.
We would not be looking to rehome Hank to a family with children. An active, retired, home will suit him best. He loves his walks and may enjoy a bit of agility. He is crate trained and that is his safe haven.
The two Charlies come in the shape of a Jack Russell and a Yorkshire Terrier type. Both have issues that mean we would not rehome them with children but in an adult home with boundaries and endless love these two would do well.
Charlie, the Jack Russell, is around seven and enjoys his walks but an hour a day would suit him fine. Charlie, the Yorkie type, would walk all day but equally enjoys his bed.
We have had a late influx of kittens looking for homes. All beautiful, girls and boys. The two black boys need a home that will give them a bit more space as they have come from a farm environment. They have come in with their mum Pango, who we would like to return to some sort of outside environment and she is likely to make an excellent mouser
It is always a dilemma when two cats come in together whether to keep them together or home separately. Two current pairs are Suki and Spritzer, who are around nine and need to go together.
Another pair is Whiskey and Ginger. These two adore each other but Whiskey has some mobility issues and this is putting people off rehoming them as a pair. We would hate to separate them but feel we are stopping Ginger getting a new home. Could you rehome this pair, please?
Berwick Animal Rescue Kennels, Windmill Way East, Ramparts Business Park, Berwick-upon-Tweed, TD15 1TU Tel: 01289 306299