Terriers that are available for adoption
Bunny came back into our care. She was settling but Helen found her too energetic for her lifestyle.
Bunny enjoyed the company of Lenny spaniel on her walk yesterday. She is a pleasure to walk - loose leads and an easy walk. She is not bothered wearing her muzzle (a precaution as she can get a bit overwhelmed with large numbers of dogs surrounding her). She doesn't pull on the lead and is very affectionate - she loves to be cuddled (and receive loves back rubs.
Lovely walk today with honey Bunny. Although she would rather not wear her muzzle she excepts it and it is easy to put on. As said before she is a pleasure to walk and is interested in the world around her, especially if it is a squirrel. Bunny always greats you with great affection, lots of kisses. Today on her walk she had fun rolling in the grass and waiting for tummy rubs. She stood and waited for a jogger to pass, not fazed. Such a sweetheart who deserves a loving home.
Bunny has terrier in spirit and because she wants to get her nose into everything we have muzzle trained her and she is adjusting well. She needs a secure garden but above all time to settle as she will be very excited to be in a home again after the winter in kennels. Such a loving soul whose family will love her character and energy. She needs companionship and would love to curl up on your sofa and watch TV and beg a piece of biscuit from you as you sip your coffee.
Bunnie loves the paddock. Chasing balls is her favourite activity. She seemed a bit wary of the paddling pool, so I decided to lift her in - after that she get enough of it.
Bunny is a sweet and affectionate dog. She gets flustered by other dogs, but as she’s small, she’s very manageable. She loves chasing balls in the paddock and having a cuddle.
Bunny combines the busy inquisitive nature of a terrier and the fun and affection of a staffie. She’s a little chunky bundle of liveliness and loveliness. She’s is so affectionate and would make a lovely companion.
Bunny enjoying herself in the paddock - her favourite place.
My first walk with Bunny today. Really easy to harness up and a treat in her muzzle and that was on in seconds. She didn’t really pay me much attention on the walk and the few dogs we did pass she strained on the lead to get to, tail wagging wildly all the while.